Sunday, July 19, 2015

Lucky Luke (TV)

Lucky Luke – Italian title
Lucky Luke - lännen nopein – Finnish title
Lucky Luke – French title
Lucky Luke – German title
Dzielny szeryf Lucky Luke – Polish title
Un pistolero con suerte – Spanish title
Red Kit – Turkish title
Lucky Luke Rides Again – U.S.A title
Lucky Luke – U.S.A. title

A 1991 Italian production [Paloma Films, Reteitalia (Rome)]
Producer: Luciano Bompani
Director: Terence Hill (Mario Girotti), Ted Nicolaou, Richard Schlesinger
Story: Morris (Maurice de Bevere), René Goscinny
Screenplay: Carl Sautter, Courtney Falvin, Doug Molitor (Douglas Molitor), Robin J. Stein, John
                  Gaspard, Michael P. Levin (Michael Paul Levin), Lori Hill (Lori Zwickbauer)
Cinematography: Carlo Tafani [color]
Music: David Grover, Aaron Schroeder (Aaron Schröder)
Song: “The Lonesomest Cowboy in the West” sung by Arlo Guthrie
Song: “Lucky Luke Rides Again” sung by Roger Miller
Running time: 92 minutes

Sheriff Lucky Luke – Terence Hill (Mario Girotti)
Lotta Legs – Nancy Morgan
Joe Dalton – Ron Carey (Ronald Cicenia)
Averill Dalton – Fritz Sperberg (Frederick Sperberg)
William Dalton – Dominic Barto
Jack Dalton – Bo Gray (Bo Greigh)
Ming Li Fu – Sonny Trinidad (Arsenio Trinidad)
Hank – Mark Hardwick (Louis Hardwick)
Deputy Virgil – Neil Summers (Nicholas Summers)
Mayor – Buff Douthitt
Digger Graves – Sky Fabian
Seth Schultz – Marc Mouchet
Martha Schultz – Radha Delamater (Deborah Delamater)
Corinne – Robin Westphal
Belle – Deborah Mansy
Saloon girlsAmy Martin (Amy Lawrence), Kira Davis, Robyn Reede
Bowler – Jack Caffrey
Man in wheelchair – Roger Matter
Ace – Nicholas Anthony
Lieutenant Michael Reed – Kenny Dickerson (Kenneth Dickerson)
Mine worker – Phil Tracy Delgado
Indian Chief – Dave Thomas
Two Feathers – Kee Babe Elsisie
Coyote Fox – Frederick Lopez (Fredrick Lopez)
Red Foot – Jose Rey Toledo
Sick Eagle – Carl Allrunner Vicenti
Snake in the Grass – William P. Yazzie (William P. Yazzi)
Indians – Kenneth White II, Virginia Bird, Richard Montoya
Lonely Indian – Pete Oka
Swift Deer – Redbird
Drunken cowboy – Boots Southerland (Marlin Southerland)
CowpokesMichael Morrow, Dan Berryman
Wrangler – Michael Pritchard
Outlaw – Adam Taylor
Card playersJames Tarwater, Jerry Hardy
Big eyed cowboy – Arthur Collins
Berk County woman – Stéphanie Barber
The Vice President – Douglas Eckberg
Jolly Jumper – Malandrin
Frank – John Quade (John Saunders III)
Pete – Will Seltzer
Otto – John Barks
Diva – Maureen Mahon
Rosey – Paula Baz
Peaches – Andrea Camarena-Lindsay
Big woman – Charlene Stockton
Signora McCreedy – Dorothea Brown
Signora Alsop – Patricia Ripley
Stagecoach driver – Sam Hammond
Elegant man – Hank Rogerson
Townsman – Doug Molitor (Douglas Molitor)
Stunt coordinator: Brad Fletcher, Michele Gammino
Stunts: Ivan Brutsche, Bret Davidson, Rob King, Sylvie Bobko, Robert Cota, Bobby Lee Hayes, Silvio Mazzarese, Cole S. McKay, Ron Nix, James 'JR' Pollard, Spanky Spangler (Bryan Spangler)

The surrounding land of Daisy Town is divided between farmers and cattle owners. Luke doesn't worry about this until a certain Mr. Josephs wants to sell barrels of gun powder. Helped by Laura, a young farmer, Luke discovers that Mr. Josephs is in fact Joe Dalton... Luke and Laura are captured in an old mine shaft and the Daltons start their vendetta.

This Italian produced television series was filmed in New Mexico was originally, scheduled for 13 episodes, but Terrence Hill became depressed after his adopted son Ross Hill lost his life in a road accident. Ross was scheduled to appear as Billy the Kid in the series. Another factor was the extremely high cost of the horse Malandrin which played Jolly Jumper.

Episode list: 1) Who is Mr. Josephs?, 2) Grand Delusions, 3) Ma Dalton, 4) Ghost Train, 5) Nobody’s Fool 6) Misummer, 7) Luke's Fiancée, 8) Cafe Olé


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