The Daltons have escaped to New York, where their accumulated loot is hidden in the carts of Monsieur Pierre's group of honest, naive European immigrants, who naively bought land in ...
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When the members of a caravan of pioneers find a daisy growing in the middle of the desert they decide to stop there and to build their town on this very spot. Houses soon spring up like ... See full summary »
Three episodes of the Lucky Luke animated series compiled into one movie. Cool gunslinger Lucky Luke goes after the Dalton gang in "The Daltons in the Blizzard", "Ma Dalton" and "The Daltons Redeem Themselves".
A new hero is born in this hilarious, animated adventure of epic proportions. Timo, a student at the Gladiators' Academy in Rome, has no desire to become a legendary gladiator like his ... See full summary »
Keloglan (Bald Boy) is a poor villager, one day he learns the Sultan's Daughter is sick and can't wake up since a long time and the Sultan gave a word he will marry his daughter with ... See full summary »
The Daltons have escaped to New York, where their accumulated loot is hidden in the carts of Monsieur Pierre's group of honest, naive European immigrants, who naively bought land in California from Crook, who inserted a clause they must claim it within 80 days. Joe emotionally blackmails Luke to guide them there, hoping to escape on the way. The usual route must shortened from 6 to 2 months, so no danger can be avoided. Given Lucky's reputation, Crook decides to shadow them to add sabotage, just to be sure- or is it? Written by
The two bellhops at the New York hotel, who's uniforms carry the nameplates 'René' and 'Maurice', are caricatures of Lucky Luke writer René Goscinny and artist Morris (birth name Maurice de Bevere). See more »
The fourth and probably best animated feature starring the invincible western hero and the usual assortment of colorful friends and foes offers solid animation, some (although too few) clever jokes that transcend pure kiddie fare, and a fast-paced and entertaining, though not too original and episodic story, plus two overextended action sequences.
It's all in good spirit and despite some flat gags here and there and a general air of déjà vu this good-natured effort is likely to please the fans of the comic books.
6 out of 10 flying wagons
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