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Dramatised in nine parts by ANTHONY STEVEN
The Duchesse de Chevreuse has told Aramis that there exists in the Bastille a prisoner who is brother to the King and equal heir to the throne of France.
2: The King's Mistress
Script editor, Michael Voysey
Designer, Sally Hulke
Directed by HUGH DAVID


Unknown: Alexandre Dumas
Unknown: Anthony Steven
Editor: Michael Voysey
Designer: Sally Hulke
Producer: Campbell Logan
Directed By: Hugh David
Vicomte de Bragelonne: Jonathan Newth
Athos: Jack Gwillim
D'Artagnan: Edwin Richfield
King Louis XIV: Nicolas Chagrin
Louise de la Vallière: Susan MacReady
Mile Montalais: Irene Hamilton
M Fouquet: Roger Delgado
Aramis: Noel Willman
Porthos: Roger Livesey
Olivain JOHN: Scott Martin
Saint Aignan: Peter MacAnn
Basque: Paul Thompson
M Colbert: Richard Beale
Chamberlain: John Falconer

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BBC One London, 4 August 1968 17.30

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