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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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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

Billy the Kid, Jesse James and Calamity Jane were all historical figures whom Lucky Luke had encountered in the comics, each in their own stories. 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 ninth acting credit is "Not in the Film - John Wayne". See more »

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Version of Lucky Luke (1983) See more »

Soundtracks

Lonesome Cowboy
(based on "Gangster of Love")
written by Johnny 'Guitar' Watson, adapted by Sonja Shillito and James Huth
Performed by Calvin Russell
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Lucky Luke - Style over substance
13 March 2010 | by beastwarsfanSee all my reviews

I'm a Lucky Luke fan, I live in Bulgaria and I've seen and read as much as I could get my hands on here. I adore the cartoons, they are entertaining and stick to the style of the comics. I like the Terence Hill TV series - even that they really look quite different from the comic book character designs, they are entertaining in their own way, and watching Terence Hill is always a delight.

When I got to know that a new Lucky Luke film is in the making I got very excited, and when I saw the trailers I thought it looks great and it's going to be lots of fun and a comic book brought to life.

Well, that was partially true. This film is really great from a visual point of view - camera-work, costumes, sets, makeup... The production design stays as close to the comics as possible. There's an apparent care for detail and the film is an eye candy for sure. It's done on a budget, and it looks great on screen.

But the script... That's where the problem is, and that's what ruins the whole experience. I was excited when I got to know that so many characters will appear in the movie - except for Lucky Luke and Jolie Jumper we have also Pat Poker, Jessie James, Billy The Kid, Calamity Jane... But there is no coherent storyline or straight storytelling. The film is constantly swinging between the goofy comedy, the spaghetti western parody and the personal drama of Luke, presented as an orphan who witnessed the murder of his parents as a kid. There are some obscure scenes which seem to me like just randomly thrown around the script. The film couldn't make me involved, I didn't really care what's happening on screen, and after like 50 minutes I found myself bored and almost forcing myself to see the rest. Nevertheless, there were a couple of funny and cool scenes here and there, I especially love the sequence where Lucky Luke appears for the first time in the beginning of the film.

I feel cheated, because it could have been really an amazing movie, with such a great look, if only they paid more attention to the story itself.


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