Sunday, November 4, 2012

Disney Film Project Podcast - Episode 96 - The Three Musketeers



This week the DFPP team arrive in France to learn sword fighting, but discover their teachers are on the run from a creepy cardinal and his one-eyed cronie with their only hope an acrobatic young man in the 1993 action adventure The Three Musketeers.

Enjoy the show!

6 comments:

  1. I'll listen to the podcast soon, but first, there's a question I've been meaning to ask someone who might know. Does Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm also mean that Disney now owns the non-Star Wars, non-Indiana Jones films that Lucasfilm made ("Radioland Murders", "Labyrinth", "American Graffiti", etc.), or is just "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones"? I know they primarily bought it for "Star Wars", but I'm just curious.

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    1. Hi! Sorry I was away so just getting to these now.

      Adam: I'd say it's all fair game - they bought the whole kit-and-caboodle. Remember Indiana Jones takes up as much space in DHS as Star Wars does. Consider this also: since Disney now also has distribution rights to Dreamworks, how long until they snatch that up and also pull in Spielberg as well.

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  2. Okay, just listened to the podcast. Fun to listen to as always! I'm afraid I can't comment on the film itself since I haven't seen. Have to disagree about the Mickey, Donald, and Goofy one, though. I remember thinking the dialogue in that one was kind of lame. You mentioned "Muppet Treasure Island" (which I'd love to hear you guys do a show on, by the way) but did you know Tim Curry was also Dr. Sevarious on "Gargoyles"?

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    1. I did!

      Also... (sticking with the above theme), I also said that about all Disney has left to buy to own my childhood is the complete collection of Tim Curry works :)

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  3. I always thought Mickey's version was one of the better video movies and I wish they did more of types of projects rather than movie continuations videos.

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    1. Those sort of films are very popular yes. Goes all the way back to Lonesome Ghosts for me (which is really a short, but is partly why stuff like the animated Three Musketeers exists).

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