I've never read the novel The Three Musketeers, but I've seen several versions of the movie. Most recently, I watched the 1948 film staring Gene Kelly, Lana Turner, June Allyson, and Van Heflin. It's a fun movie with a lot of energetic fight scenes. But, it's clearly a movie from a different era, and I'd be interested to see what today's teenagers think of it. It did have an odd mix of physical comedy and tragedy. Still, it was worth watching.
I also watched Bringing Up Baby, staring Katharine Hepburn as a "screwball" heiress and Cary Grant as a paleontologist. Grant's character, David, is trying to get a million-dollar donation for his museum. He is pursued by Hepburn's crazy character, Susan, and her pet leopard, Baby. I found the beginning of the movie hard to watch because Hepburn's character is crazy. But I consider that a testament to what a good job she did playing the role, because the viewer knows exactly how exasperated David feels. The movies was well written and very well acted and a fun way to spend an evening.