UK / BBC One / 1×60 minute episode / Broadcast Friday 13 February 2015 @ 9.00pm
Writer: Simon J Ashford / Director: Marc Jobst
Series: The Musketeers / Season 2 Episode 5
When Athos is kidnapped and taken back to his estate of Pinon, the Musketeers go in search of him and find themselves in the middle of a battle against a nobleman, the Baron Renard.
Baron Renard is shocked by Athos’ decision to reject his nobility and is determined to seize the land for himself. As the Musketeers train the people of Pinon in combat and defend them against multiple attacks, Athos is forced to confront his past, when he encounters an old friend whose life was ruined by his actions years ago.
Watch out for a small appearance from TV legend Alan Rothwell in this one as on old villager.
Luke Pasqualino as D’Artagnan
Tom Burke as Athos
Howard Charles as Porthos
Santiago Cabrera as Aramis
Hugo Speer as Captain Treville
Ryan Gage as King Louis
Alexandra Dowling as Queen Anne
Maimie McCoy as Milady
Tamla Kari as Constance
Marc Warren as Comte de Rochefort
Miles Anderson as Baron Renard
Linzey Cocker as Jeanne
Steve Evets as Bertrand
Barney White as Edmond
Alan Rothwell as Villager
Marianne Oldham as Catherine
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