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Lucky Luke (2009)

Fearless gunslinger, Lucky Luke, is ordered by the President to bring peace to Daisy Town.

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James Huth

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Sonja Shillito (scenario), James Huth (scenario) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Dujardin ... Lucky Luke
Michaël Youn ... Billy The Kid
Sylvie Testud ... Calamity Jane
Daniel Prévost ... Pat Poker
Alexandra Lamy ... Belle
Melvil Poupaud ... Jesse James
Jean-François Balmer ... Le gouverneur
André Oumansky André Oumansky ... President
Gabriel Corrado Gabriel Corrado ... Luke's Father
Pompeyo Audivert ... Undertaker
Atilio Pozzobon Atilio Pozzobon ... Barman
Alberto Laiseca Alberto Laiseca ... Dick Digger
Mathias Sandor Mathias Sandor ... Young Luke
Carolina Presno Carolina Presno ... Luke's Mother
Carlos Kaspar Carlos Kaspar ... Hank
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Fearless gunslinger, Lucky Luke, is ordered by the President to bring peace to Daisy Town.

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Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Official site [France]

Country:

France | Argentina

Language:

French

Release Date:

21 October 2009 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Laimingasis Lukas See more »

Filming Locations:

Argentina See more »

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Budget:

€27,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Lucky Luke's mid-credits scene has him state that he quit smoking in 1983. Lucky Luke had attracted controversy for promoting a comic book hero who smoked; in the comics he always had a cigarette in his mouth till 1983, at which point he changed to having a stalk of straw. See more »

Goofs

The credit for "Saloon Girls" is misspelled as "Saloon Gilrs". See more »

Quotes

[Luke has a smoke, but sees the fourth wall he throws away the cigarette]
Lucky Luke: Hi! My name is Lucky Luke! I quit smoking in 1983. I feel much better now.
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Crazy Credits

The forty-sixth acting credit is 'Painter Emeritus - Henry Fonda". "Emeritus" refers to a famous person in retirement - the joke is that Fonda died in 1982, so he is a retired Western film actor. See more »

Connections

Version of Lucky Luke (1991) See more »

Soundtracks

Bad to the Bone
Written by George Thorogood
Performed by George Thorogood & The Destroyers
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Weak Script But Great Style
1 September 2011 | by jasonleesmith6See all my reviews

I am an American who never really read any Lucky Luke comics. I watched this movie on the strength of its trailer, and the fact that I am an enormous fan of Goscinny's other creation, Asterix the Gaul.

Die hard Lucky Luke fans seem to dislike this movie as being untrue to the comic books, whereas people unfamiliar with the comics seem to enjoy the movie more.

I definitely fall into the latter category. I found the movie to be, generally, very pleasant, very stylish, and well-acted. From what little I know of Lucky Luke's character, I don't think the movie diverged very far from the spirit of the comics. Lucky Luke was given a back-story in the movie, and a fairly dark one, at that. It worked in the movie, I don't know how much it would have upset me, had I been a real fan of the comics.

The biggest fault I found with the movie was that the script was very weak in parts, and felt VERY rushed. I would have liked more time in the beginning of the film, to establish Daisy Town, and Luke's efforts to clean up the town. More time could have also been spent, establishing the character of the villain, Pat Poker. The movie relied on the viewer having past knowledge of many of the character, but in particular, Pat Poker had a very vague character definition.

The settings were wonderful, and the real stand-out, in my mind, was the climax of the movie, which took place in Pat Poker's hideout, It was an absolutely beautiful set, which, for me, was worth the price of admission.

I'm actually pretty surprised that this movie didn't get released in this country. It was a pretty solid action-comedy with good acting, and great style. I found that these positives made up for occasional weaknesses in the writing.


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