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Blueberry
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Literature for
Renegade (2004) More at IMDbPro »Blueberry (original title)

Original Literary Source
Jean-Michel Charlier & Jean Giraud. "La Mine de l'Allemand perdu". (Paris), Dargaud, 1972, (BK), 2205043390
Jean-Michel Charlier & Jean Giraud. "Le Spectre aux balles d'or". (Paris), Dargaud, 1973, (BK), 2205043404

Printed Media Reviews
Adagio, Angélique. "On va en parler. Vincent Cassel joue Blueberry". In: "Okapi" (Paris, France), Bayard Presse S.A., Iss. # 711, 27 February 2002, Pg. 25, (MG), ISSN: 0751-6002
Puchalski, Steven. "New Releases". In: "Shock Cinema" (New York City, New York, USA), Steven Puchalski, Vol. 26, 2004, Pg. 42, (MG)

Interviews
Monggaard, Christian. "Blueberry-film inspireret af Moebius". In: "Strip", ! Vincent Cassel, Vol. 26, June 2004, Pg. 8, (MG)

Essays
Michael Hüster & Martin Surmann. "Blueberry der Film: Ein übernatürlicher Western". In: "Zack" (Germany), Vol. 59, May 2004, Pg. 28-29, (& 41 & 64)

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