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Lemonade Joe (1964)

Limonádový Joe aneb Konská opera (original title)
Straight shooting Lemonade Joe cleans up Stetson City, in this musical parody of early Westerns, after shooting the pants off villain Old Pistol. Joe's endorsement of Kolaloka (Crazy Cola) ... See full summary »

Director:

Oldrich Lipský

Writers:

Oldrich Lipský (screenplay), Jirí Brdecka (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Karel Fiala ... Lemonade Joe - Salesman fy Kolalok & Son
Rudolf Deyl ... Dough Badman - Owner of Trigger Whisky Saloon (as Rudolf Deyl ml.)
Milos Kopecký ... Horác Badman Alias 'hogofogo'
Kveta Fialová ... Tornado Lou - Arizona Warbler
Olga Schoberová ... Winnifred Goodman
Bohus Záhorský ... Ezra Goodman - Father
Josef Hlinomaz ... Gunslinger Grimpo
Karel Effa ... Pancho Kid - Gunslinger
Waldemar Matuska ... Banjo Kid - Gunslinger
Eman Fiala Eman Fiala ... Pianist
Vladimír Mensík ... Barman #1
Jirí Lír ... Barman #2
Jirí Steimar Jirí Steimar ... Kolalok - Joe's Father
Jaroslav Stercl ... Drunk Postman
Oldrich Lukes Oldrich Lukes ... Sheriff
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Storyline

Straight shooting Lemonade Joe cleans up Stetson City, in this musical parody of early Westerns, after shooting the pants off villain Old Pistol. Joe's endorsement of Kolaloka (Crazy Cola) lemonade as the refresher that assures deadly aim, convinces the Arizona sin-town to abstain from alcohol. Based on the 1963 Czech stage production. But Trigger Whiskey maker Duke Badman's brother the devious gunslinger Hogofogo, comes to save his sibling's saloon from Joe's allies, father and daughter temperance revivalists, the Goodmans. Written by David Stevens

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Trivia

Czechoslovakia's official submission to 37th Academy Award's Foreign Language in 1965. See more »

Quotes

Dough Badman: Albeit brother, still monster.
[Stabs his brother in the back with a corkscrewer]
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Connections

Referenced in Ceny Andel 2018 (2019) See more »

Soundtracks

So fár
Music by Jan Rychlík
Lyrics by Jirí Brdecka
Performed by Karel Gott
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User Reviews

 
Before Blazing Saddles and Greaser's Palace, there was Lemonade Joe.
7 July 2005 | by NateManDSee all my reviews

Oldrich Lipsky was a Czech director who was well known in his country for unique bizarre comedies. Silly, wacky and crazy are just a couple words to describe his films. "Lemonade Joe" is a musical western comedy. It's a fun parody that pays homage to the old west, and is filmed in awesome sepia tones. The movie makes many jokes and references to western culture, such as the town name of Stenson City. I love how over the top the film is. Great music, bar fights, slapstick and cartoonish gunfights. Lemonade Joe knows that alcohol will ruin his ability to shoot, so that's why he enjoys Kola-Loka Lemonade. Did I mention the film has hot and voluptuous Czech actresses. Eastern Europe women rock!(dobre) You must Czech out Lemonade Joe. For more Lipsky madness also watch "Dinner for Adele".


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Country:

Czechoslovakia

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

25 November 1967 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Lemonade Joe See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Black and White (tinted)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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