Lucky Luke
Directed by Terence Hill
Year: 1990
Lucky Luke (Terence Hill) is the fastest gun in the West, even faster than his own shadow. He is the sheriff of Daisy Town, a merry and unruly frontier settlement where the law of the strongest and loudest holds sway. Jolly Jumper is not only Luke's trusty horse, but also the brains of Daisy Town. A thinker and philosopher, he is always one jump ahead of everyone else. But - a shadow looms over the town: The four Dalton Brothers, a fearsome quartet of bandits, are the sworn enemies of Luke, who is constantly trying to thwart their devilish plans and their spectacularly clumsy escapes from the Daisy Town Jail. The female touch is provided by Lotta Legs, the saloon owner. She is hopelessly in love with Luke, and continually frustrated by his total lack of romanticism. This fractious band find itself caught up in a series of misadventures, crossing paths with hordes of wacky friends and fiendish enemies.
Based on the comic books 'Lucky Luke' by Morris & Goscinny. The 'Daisytown' western town was the first set constructed at Bonanza Creek Ranch. The film company also built a ranch house at the Valles Caldera that was used in 'The Missing.'
Terence Hill
as Lucky Luke
Nancy Morgan
as Lotta Legs
Fritz Sperberg
as Averill Dalton
Dominic Barto
as William Dalton
Bo Gray
as Jack Dalton
Arsenio 'Sonny' Trinidad
as Ming La Pu
Mark Hardwick
as Hank, the Barman
Neil Summers
as Deputy Virgil
Ron Carey
as Joe Dalton
Buff Douthitt
as Mayor
Sky Fabin
as Digger Graves
Marc Mouchet
as Seth Schultz
Radha Delamarter
as Martha Schultz
Robin Westphal
as Corinne
Deborah Mansy
as Belle
Lori Hill
Carlo Tafani, Gianfranco Transunto
Aaron Schroeder & David Grover
Lucky Luke rides again' was written and recorded by Roger Miller, 'The Lonesomest Cowboy in the West' was writted and performed by Arlo Guthrie.
Theme Song
Eugenio Alabiso
Film Editing
Vera Marzot
Costume Design
Sarah C. Koeppe
Lucio Bompani
Paloma Films & Reteitalia
Filming Location
Bonanza Creek Ranch, Santa Fe/New Mexico, Zia Pueblo, Valles Caldera National Preserve, White Sands National Monument, La Junta/Colorado, Tucson/Arizona