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How about The Three Musketeers?

 
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emay
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 12:50 am    Post subject: How about The Three Musketeers? Reply with quote

Here are Maddy's caps from this zany film, which I saw in the theater back in the day and never recognized Paul McGann.





























































































































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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 12:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wonderful wonderful! I loved seeing these again and I loved Paul in this double role there!
Thanks Estelle, this made my day! Cool
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 8:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice Hair!

Thanks for posting these Estelle, especially the action scenes.
This movie was all around, a lot of fun.

Has anyone ever asked Paul about playing a dual role in this movie? Or what kind of time he had shooting it?

I'd love to see outtakes with Paul, Michael Wincott and Tim Curry together! Can you imagine what a combination those three would make together?

I wonder if he had "FUN" wielding that sword, riding the horse, and the overall comedy aspect of it...or whether the light comedy tone made it a hard shoot for him?

It makes me think that he's always hearing the voice of Bruce Robinson in his ear on any comedy set, [i]"If they're laughing now..." [/i]

You'd have to have a laugh at yourself and whatever you were doing, dolled up in that wig and hat.

I keep thinking about what different actors said about working with Peter Sellers on the set of "Dr. Strangelove". They were shooting his scenes, He played three characters) and the crew couldn't stop laughing. Peter Sellers would be so "into" doing what he was doing, and responding to thier laughter by improvising even more, they'd have to keep re-shooting and re-shooting.
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