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Lemonade Joe ()

Limonádový Joe aneb Konská opera (original title)
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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 more »

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Lemonade Joe - Salesman fy Kolalok & Son
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Dough Badman - Owner of Trigger Whisky Saloon (as Rudolf Deyl ml.)
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Horác Badman Alias 'hogofogo'
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Tornado Lou - Arizona Warbler
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Winnifred Goodman
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Ezra Goodman - Father
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Gunslinger Grimpo
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Pancho Kid - Gunslinger
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Banjo Kid - Gunslinger
Eman Fiala ...
Pianist
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Barman #1
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Barman #2
Jirí Steimar ...
Kolalok - Joe's Father
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Drunk Postman
Oldrich Lukes ...
Sheriff
Alois Dvorský ...
Deaf Old Man
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Poker Player with a Wig
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Poker player #1
Jirí Jelinek ...
Poker player #2
Jirí Schulz ...
Poker player #3
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Big Gunman
Antonín Sura ...
Bearded Gunman
Viktor Ocásek ...
Mortician
Rudolf Cortés ...
Shooter #1 (as Rudolf Cortéz)
Stanislav Litera ...
Shooter #2
Rudolf Princ ...
Barber (as Ruda Princ)
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Bandit #1
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Bandit #2
Vlastimil Bedrna ...
Photographer
Ladislav Gzela ...
Musician #1
Stanislaw Navratil ...
Musician #2
Jirí Lansky ...
Cowboy
Lubomír Bryg ...
Cashier #1
Václav Stekl ...
Cashier #2
Bretislav Dolejsi ...
Fighter #1
Karel Engel ...
Fighter #2
Vladimir Erlebach ...
Fighter #3
Gustav Jankovsky ...
Fighter #3
Antonín Jedlicka ...
Fighter #4
Jan Kasik ...
Fighter #5
Jaroslav Klenot ...
Fighter #6
Jaroslav Maran ...
Fighter #7 (as J. Maran)
Oto Rademacher ...
Fighter #8
Jindrich Sejk ...
Fighter #9
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Fighter #10
Jaroslav Tomsa ...
Fighter #11
K. Vitek ...
Fighter #12
Ludvík Volf ...
Fighter #13 (as Ludvík Wolf)
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Danseuse #1
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Jirí Hanzl
Vaclav Havelka
Jan Stastny
Jaroslav Tetiva
Lubomir Zacek
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Mother

Directed by

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Oldrich Lipský

Written by

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Oldrich Lipský ... (screenplay) and
Jirí Brdecka ... (screenplay)
 
Jirí Brdecka ... (novel and play)

Music by

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Vlastimil Hála
Jan Rychlík

Cinematography by

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Vladimír Novotný

Film Editing by

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Miroslav Hájek
Jitka Sulcová

Art Direction by

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Karel Skvor

Set Decoration by

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Ladislav Krbec
Milos Osvald
Jiri Rulik

Costume Design by

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Jirí Brdecka
Fernand Vácha

Makeup Department

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Frantisek Klema ... makeup artist
Otakar Kostal ... makeup artist
Miroslava Miskovská ... makeup artist
Marie Zedníková ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Jaroslav Jílovec ... production manager
Jaroslav Koucký ... assistant production manager
René Lavecká ... assistant production manager
Milos Stejskal ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Marie Hejzlarová ... first assistant director
Tomás Svoboda ... assistant director

Art Department

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Jan Knákal ... assistant art director
Bretislav Pojar ... painter
Jirí Trnka ... painter

Sound Department

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Bohumír Brunclík ... sound effects
Antonín Jedlicka ... sound effects
Josef Vlcek ... sound

Special Effects by

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Vladimír Dvorák ... special effects
Ludvík Maly ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Vladimír Dvorák ... title designer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Zdenek Dukát ... still photographer
Emil Hora ... camera operator
Karel Jesátko ... still photographer
Jirí Knotek ... camera operator
Milos Petrolín ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Eva Lackingerová ... costumer
Nita Romanecova ... costumer
Frantisek Zapletal ... costumer

Other crew

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Milos Broz ... production team
Karel Feix ... production team
Josef Konícek ... choreographer

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

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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Also Known As
  • Konská opera (Czechoslovakia, Czech title)
  • Limonadovy Joe (Czechoslovakia, Czech title)
  • Lemonade Joe (World-wide, English title)
  • Lemonade Joe or Horse Opera (World-wide, English title)
  • Lemonade Joe (United States)
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Runtime
  • 95 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Jirí Kodet was considered for the part of Lemonade Joe, eventually played by Karel Fiala. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Neznámý známý Milos Kopecký (2000). See more »
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Quotes [Hogo Fogo takes a sip of the Kolaloka Lemonade]
Hogo Fogo: Pah!
Sherriff: Did you say... 'Pah', stranger?
Hogo Fogo: Yes, 'Pah'!
Goodman: 'Pah' to the Kolaloka Lemonade?
Hogo Fogo: Yes, 'Pah' to the Kolaloka Lemonade!
Goodman: A madman!
Sherriff: An anarchist!
Hogo Fogo: No, gentlemen; neither the former, nor the latter. But...
[Hogo Fogo takes his fake beard off. The Sheriff produces a "Wanted" poster from his pocket and compares the picture with Hogo Fogo at length]
Sherriff: Hogo Fogo!
[Bar patrons gasp accordingly]
Hogo Fogo: Yes, Hogo Fogo, with twelve notches on the handle of my Dellinger!
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