At Sword's Point Overview:

At Sword's Point (1952) was a Adventure Film directed by Lewis Allen and produced by Sid Rogell.


The children of Alexandre Dumas's Three Musketeers, including the swashbuckling daughter of Athos, set off on adventures that rival those of their illustrious fathers. Wilde and O'Hara provide the energy in this likeable Technicolor swashbuckler.

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Duc de Lavalle: [to D'Artagnan] You stood pain well, monsieur. Now we'll see how you can face death.

Soldier: [holding back his attack] I'll not fight with a lady.
Claire: [thrusting her rapier at the soldier] I'm no lady when I fight!

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Completed in 1950, but not released until 1952.
Alan Hale Jr. plays the son of Porthos here. His father, Alan Hale, appeared in The Man in the Iron Mask as an aging Porthos. When that film was remade as The Fifth Musketeer, that role was taken by Alan Hale Jr.. In that same movie the role of an aging D'Artagnan was played by Cornel Wilde, this picture's son of D'Artagnan. Also here, the elderly Porthos is played by Moroni Olsen, who played that character in his younger days in the film of the original Dumas novel, The Three Musketeers.
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