MovieLine: This weekend, Paul W.S. Anderson brings his own adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’s novel The Three Musketeers to movie theaters. This is hardly the first feature film foray for the titular trio of sword-fighting adventurers though. The Three Musketeers, first published in 1844, has been interpreted for the screen over twenty times in the past century and framed as everything from a silent film to a Russian musical to a Charlie Sheen star vehicle. In celebration of this weekend’s latest rendering of the classic, let’s re-examine the Musketeers’ long cinematic history.