The musketeers. De complete series

Adrian Hodges (author of screenplay), Alexandre Dumas (based on the work of), Luke Pasqualino (actor)
Avonturen van de musketiers die de koning van Frankrijk moeten beschermen tegen de intriges van Kardinaal Richelieu.
The musketeers. De complete series / created by Adrian Hodges
Author of screenplay
Adrian Hodges
Based on the work of
Alexandre Dumas 1802-1870 (père)
Luke Pasqualino Tom Burke Santiago Cabrera Howard Charles Tamla Kari Maimie McCoy Ryan Gage Alexandra Dowling Hugo Speer
Baeckens Books, © 2019
12 dvd-video's
Recording date
Playing time
ca. 1675 min.
5407006500124 (box)

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Historisch drama van de BBC (2014-2016), gebaseerd op de roman 'De drie musketiers' van Alexandre Dumas. Rond 1630 strijden de drie musketiers Athos (Tom Burke), Porthos (Howard Charles) en Aramis, en aspirant musketier d'Artagnan, in dienst van de Franse koning Lodewijk XIII tegen de gardisten van kardinaal Richelieu. Engelse critici melden dat puristen enkele feiten ontdekten die niet in overeenstemming zijn met het boek, maar vinden ook dat de kwaliteit van de serie per aflevering toeneemt. Mary McNamara (Los Angeles Times 23-06-’14): ‘(…) Refreshingly realistic in some ways and soothingly romantic in others, 'The Musketeers' is a captivating balance of spectacle and story, true enough to the essentials of the original, modern enough to understand the necessity of humor and self-reference’. 30 afleveringen.

About Adrian Hodges

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Adrian Hodges (born 4 February 1957) is an English television and film writer. He has won a BAFTA Award.

Life and career

He began his career in journalism for Screen International magazine and his screenwriting debut was the 1991 television drama Tell Me That You Love Me, followed by screenplays for The Bridge (1992) and Tom & Viv (1994) for which Miranda Richardson and Rosemary Harris both received Oscar nominations.

After his film adaptation of Julian Barnes's Metroland (1997) Hodges concentrated on writing for television, including Amongst Women (1998), his adaptation of John McGahern's novel for BBC Two, which received a BAFTA award for Best Serial and won the Grand Prix award at the Banff Television Festival, The Lost World (2001) and Charles II: The Power and The Passion (2003).

In 2005 he wrote the episode "Triumph" for the HBO-BBC series R…Read more on Wikipedia