Lucky Luke Adventure 68: Bridge Over The Mississippi

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By Jean LETURGIE & Xavier FAUCHE
Illustrated by Morris.

287 x 217 mm. 48pp ~Suitable for: 8+ years.
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Lucky Luke assists in the construction of a major railway bridge ...

In 1874, President Grant authorises the construction of a bridge over the Mississippi. Until then, passage between St. Louis and East St. Louis was only possible on ferries. But the ferry company is owned by two brothers who have been getting rich by forcing passengers to wait in the hotels and restaurants they own on both sides of the river. The two crooks are doing everything in their power to prevent the bridge from being built – until Lucky Luke arrives, of course...


Key Points:
  • Lucky Luke is one of the most famous cartoon characters, alongside Asterix and Tintin
  • Bestselling European comic series ever, with more than 300 million copies sold worldwide in over 30 languages
  • Lucky Luke comics were made into several animated cartoons. In 1991 Terence Hill directed a cinema adaptation in which he played the lead role, and in 2009 James Huth directed a new version with French comic Jean Dujardin in the lead role
  • Suitable for adults and children
  • Published in English for the first time

Born and raised in Belgium, Morris moved to the United States in 1946 for six years. There, he worked for MAD magazine and met René Goscinny, with whom he collaborated from 1955 until Goscinny’s death in 1977. Jean Léturgie co-created the character of Percevan before he began an enduring cooperation withXavier Fauche. Fauche, a well-known figure in French radio, wrote for the French version of Jim Henson’s show Fraggle Rock and co-created the cartoon Les Tifous. His enduring cooperation with Jean Léturgie produced eight Lucky Luke titles, followed by the spin-off series Rantanplan (Rin Tin Can) and Kid Lucky.

(9781849183901)

SKU 9781849183901
Barcode # 9781849183666
Brand Cinebook

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