King Louis XIV: There is more of me to love than a crown.
Aramis: You grow fond of him. That is good.
Aramis: If Porthos is determined to end his life, he's bound to seek the opportunity, isn't he?
Queen Anne: Aramis.
Aramis: I have come to ask whether you believe that just as one lie can destroy a life, so one truth can make it whole again.
Queen Anne: I have prayed every day for such a miracle.
King Louis XIV: Why has my own brother tried to do this to me?
D'Artagnan: And look what you have done to him.
Aramis: You are surrounded by beauty, by intrigue, by danger, what more can a man want?
King Louis XIV: Never underestimate the Dutch.
Athos: You have the heart of a king.
Phillippe: Put this man away where no-one will hear his insanity. Let him be fed by a deaf-mute but feed him well.
Louis: Cowards! Twenty men run from four?
Lt. Andre: The corridor nullifies our numbers, and nobody has the stomach to fight the captain.
King Louis XIV: It is good that you watch me, D'Artagnan, but I fear you watch me too closely.
Louis: The next time there are rioters, shoot them.
Aramis: Athos, if we fail in this - and we probably will - it will be an honor to die beside you.
Louis: D'Artagnan, you will hunt down Porthos, Athos, and Aramis, and bring me their heads, or I will have yours. And as for you, my brother, back to the prison you will go, and into the mask you hate. Wear it 'til you love it! And die in it.
Porthos: Stop praying and revel with me, Aramis! I need my spirits lifted. I'm old, I'm weak, my strength is gone.
Aramis: Porthos! I'm praying.
Porthos: I just said you're praying. Are you deaf, too? I know you're blind, because if you'd seen the tits that just walked out of here, you'd have tears in your eyes.
Aramis: I have prayed every day for forgiveness. But now I realise that forgiveness must come from you before it can come from God.
Louis: Of all the wonders I have seen, I've never looked upon anything as beautiful as you.