Follow three French Foreign Legionnaires as they fight evil desert warriors while tracking down the elusive El Shaitan, leader of the “Circle of Death.”
Staring the “duke” himself, John Wayne, “The Three Musketeers” was his last action serial to feature.
The Three Musketeers
Ep. 10: Trapped!
The story takes place somewhere in an Arab country where three members of the French Foreign Legion are the only survivors of an attack by Arabs.
The three, Clancy (Jack Mulhall), Renard (Raymond Hatton) ans Schmidt (Francis X. Bushman Jr.) are rescued from certain death by Tom Wayne (John Wayne), an American pilot.
A mysterious masked figure known as El Shaitan plots a rebellion against the Legion.
Wayne is framed for the murder of his friend Armand Corday (Creighton Chaney) and spends the rest of the story trying to prove his innocence while at the same time attempting to learn the identity of El Shaitan.
The three legionnaires dub themselves “The Three Musketeers” (you know: “One for all, and all for one”) and Wayne their “D’Artagnan.
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“One for all and all for one” in this action-packed serial adaptation of Alexander Dumas’ The Three Musketeers. Tom Wayne (John Wayne) is a fugitive from justice, framed for a murder he did not commit. El Shaitan, the mysterious and diabolical leader of the Devil’s Circle, a group who are plotting an Arab rebellion against the Foreign Legion, is to blame. It’s up to Tom’s sweetheart Elaine (Ruth Hall) and the trustworthy Three Musketeers, Clancy (Jack Mulhall), Renard (Raymond Hatton) and Schmidt (Francis X. Bushman Jr.), to put an end to his reign of terror and clear Tom’s name. Tom and The Three Musketeers narrowly escape death in episode after episode as they saddle up for a Sahara thrill-ride in the name of truth, justice and brotherhood.
Cast and Crew:
* John Wayne – Lt. Tom Wayne
* Jack Mulhall – Clancy
* Raymond Hatton – Renard
* Ralph Bushman – Schmidt
Directors: Colbert Clark and Armand Schaefer
Production Company: Mascot Pictures Corporation
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Date Release: 1933
Audio & Video: Mono – Black and White
Additional details in: IMDB
Video streaming: courtesy of www.finemoviesonline.com
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