Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Tim Roth's Febre the Man in Black costume from The Musketeer on display...

Nothing says villain in a movie like a black costume, so enjoy this 17th century French swordsman outfit worn by Tim Roth in the 2001 movie, The Musketeer. Inspired by Alexandre Dumas' classic novel The Three Musketeers, this big screen adaptation sees 'Cardinal Richlieu's' eye-patch wearing henchman, 'Febre, the Man in Black', murder 'd'Artagnan's' parents when he is a young boy. Ultimately our grown up hero finally gets his revenge and kills the dastardly villain by film's end.

Original film costume worn by Tim Roth 
as Febre the Man in Black in The Musketeer
Tim Roth Febre Man in Black movie costume The Musketeer
Febre the Man in Black movie costume Musketeer
Febre the Man in Black film costume The Musketeer
The Musketeer Febre the Man in Black costume boots
The Musketeer Febre the Man in Black costume
Febre Man in Black The Musketeer movie costume
Cynthia Dumont and Raymond Hughes were Costume Designers on this 2001 film by Peter Hyams, and this period swordsman costume was photographed on display at Universal Studios Hollywood with many other fantastic cinematic treasures on October 9, 2014.

For another infamous swordsman, but from a different era, be sure to also check out this cool Zorro costume worn by Guy Williams in the 50's TV series.

The Musketeer movie poster
The Musketeer movie poster
Buy the movie: The Musketeer

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