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Lucky Luke

Year:
Duration:
Argentina:83 min | Germany:92 min | Finland:92 min
Genres:
Comedy | Western
IMDB rate:
5
Director:
Terence Hill
Awards:
1 nomination
Details
Country: Italy
Release Date: 1991-07-04
Filming Locations: Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Terence Hill
Lucky Luke
Nancy Morgan
Lotta Legs
Roger Miller
Jolly Jumper
Ron Carey
Joe Dalton
Dominic Barto
William Dalton
Bo Greigh
Jack Dalton
Fritz Sperberg
Averell Dalton
Arsenio 'Sonny' Trinidad
Ming Li Fu
Neil Summers
Deputy Virgil
Mark Hardwick
Hank, the Bartender
Buff Douthitt
The Mayor
Sky Fabin
Digger Graves
Marc Mouchet
Seth Schultz
Radha Delamarter
Martha Schultz
Robin Westphal
Corinne
Deborah Mansy
Belle
Andrea Camarena-Lindsay
Saloon Girl (as Andrea Camarena)
Paula Baz
Saloon Girl
Amy Martin
Saloon Girl
Kira Davis
Saloon Girl
Robyn Reede
Saloon Girl
Jack Caffrey
Bowler
Roger Matter
Man in Wheelchair
Nicholas Anthony
Ace
Kenny Dikerson
Lt. Michael Reed
Phil Tracy Delgado
Miner
Dave Thomas
Chief Prairie Dog
Kee Bahe Elsisie
Two Feathers
Jose Rey Toledo
Redfoot
Fredrick Lopez
Coyote Coyote (as Frederick Lopez)
Carl Allrunner Vicenti
Sick Eagle
William P. Yazzie
Snake in the Grass
Kenneth White II
Brave
Virginia Bird
Squaw
Pete Oka
Lone Indian
Richard Montoya
1st Indian
Redbird
Swiftdeer
Boots Southerland
Drunken Cowboy
Michael Morrow
Cowboy #2
Michael Pritchard
Wrangler
Adam Taylor
Outlaw
James Tarwater
Cardplayer / Desperado #1
Jerry Hardy
Cardplayer / Desperado #2
Arthur Collins
Wide-eyed Cowboy
Stéphanie Barber
Berkshire Woman (as Stephanie Barber)
Douglas Eckberg
Vice-President
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Trivia
Based on Lucky Luke (1971), the first film adaption of the comic books by Morris, which was turned into an album in 1982.
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Regarding the scene where Luke is lying next to a lion, Terence Hill stated in an interview that the lion was from Colorado. It was a wild lion, not a tame one. Pieces of meat were placed around Terence, who was told to stay very still and pretend to be asleep, so the lion would not attack him. In the end, the lion attacked the camera, then ran away towards the saloon.
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Terence Hill dedicated this to his two sons, Ross (1973-1990) and Kevin.
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