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Lucky Luke (2009)

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Lucky Luke
Movie Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by James Huth
Release Date 2009
Language French
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lucky Luke Jean Dujardin
Billy the Kid Michaël Youn
Calamity Jane Sylvie Testud

Lucky Luke is a 2009 adaptation of the Belgian comic book of the same name directed by James Huth starring Jean Dujardin as the title character. Being an adaptation of a comic book, the film does not take itself seriously, with exaggerated characters and scenarios, and even a talking horse. Despite being set in Utah, the film was shot in Argentina.

The following weapons were used in the film Lucky Luke (2009):


Single Action Army

John "Lucky" Luke (Jean Dujardin) uses an engraved, nickel-plated Colt Single Action Army with custom grips as his main sidearm throughout the film. Many other characters use it as well.

The Custom engraved Colt Single Action army used by Lance Henriksen in The Quick and the Dead (1995) - .45 LC
Luke's father (Gabriel Corrado) with his SAA. (The red signifies a traumatic memory.)
Lucky Luke's Colt SAA in his holster.
Luke disarms some of Daisy Town's thugs by shooting their weapons out of their hands.
Luke aims his SAA at a troublesome cowboy inside the saloon.
Belle (Alexandra Lamy) serenades Luke while playing with his SAA. (Dujardin married Lamy after filming wrapped.)
The revolver fired by Luke in a duel.
Luke stares at his revolver while remembering his past.
Luke with the SAA during the climax.

Remington 1866 Derringer

Remington 1866 Derringer is main sidearm of Billy the Kid (Michaël Youn). In many scenes, his derringers switch with small shrouded automatic pistols.

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 RF
Billy the Kid's gunbelt, which spins, with multiple derringers and lollipops.
"Drop your gun, Q-tip."
Billy The Kid holds his two Derringers. Note that the ejectors are on both sides of the gun.
Note that Billy's derringers have trigger guards fitted so he can twirl them.

Remington 1858 New Army

Jesse James (Melvil Poupaud) carries a Remington 1858 New Army as his main sidearm throughout the film.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
Jesse points his Remington at the crowd.
Right side view of the gun.
Jesse aims the Remington at Billy.
Billy with Jesse's revolver.
Luke grabs the revolver and points it at Billy.
"I'm not an actor? Say that again."

Colt 1851 Navy

The Colt 1851 Navy is the sidearm of Pat Poker (Daniel Prévost). Various other characters are seen carrying it as well. In a continuity error, Jesse James' Remington 1858 turns into a Colt 1851 Navy with an equally long barrel.

Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber
Pat Poker's Colt 1851 Navy is seen lying on the table.
The thug on the left with a Colt 1851, the one on the right with a Colt 1860.
Jesse, now with a long barreled Colt 1851.
The President (André Oumansky) with what appears to be the same revolver.

Colt Dragoon

Near the end of the film, Coop (Jean-François Balmer) is seen with a Colt Dragoon.

1st Model Colt Dragoon - .44 caliber
Coop about to fire the Colt.
Coop with the revolver during a flashback.
Coop hands his Dragoon to a young Luke (Mathias Sandor.)

Colt Paterson 1836

Phil Defer (Claudio Weppler) carries a Colt Paterson 1836. At least one other thug carries one as well.

Colt Paterson with loading lever - .36 caliber
A thug with a Colt Paterson.
Phil Defer with a Colt Paterson.
Note the lack of a trigger guard.

Colt 1849 Pocket

At least one thug is seen carrying a Colt 1849 Pocket.

Colt 1849 Pocket - .31 caliber
The revolver circled in red.

Colt 1860 Army

Thugs are seen carrying Colt 1860 Army revolvers.

Colt 1860 Army - .44 caliber
A thug attempting to ambush Lucky Luke in Daisy Town.
Hank (Carlos Kaspar), back to back with Luke during a prisoner transfer, with a Colt 1860.
The thug on the left with a Colt 1851, the one on the right with a Colt 1860.
A thug with a Colt 1860 during the casino shootout.

Colt 1851 "U.S. Marshal"

A few thugs are seen with Colt 1851 "U.S. Marshal" revolvers.

Colt 1851 "U.S. Marshal"
Thugs firing their guns.

Unknown automatic pistols

In many scenes, Billy's derringers become small automatic pistols, which allows him to fire more than two rounds before reloading. They appear to be covered with a shroud to disguise them.

"Billy the Kid's in town!"
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In this shot, the one in Billy's right hand is locked open.

Unknown revolver

Billy fires an unknown revolver with two barrels while in the Sheriff's office. It looks similar to a LeMat Revolver.

Billy fires the revolver. It seems to lack a loading lever and ejector so it might be a non-firing prop.


Hybrid Lever-action Rifle/Double Barreled Shotgun

Calamity Jane (Sylvie Testud) carries a custom hybrid lever-action rifle/double barreled shotgun. The frame and shoulder stock appear to come from a Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy", but with twin shotgun barrels.

Note loading gate that shotgun shells won't fit through and the oversized loop lever.
LuckyLuke hybrid 02.jpg
LuckyLuke hybrid 03.jpg
Note the rounds on Jane's bandolier, which won't fit into either of her guns.

Rossi Overland

Calamity Jane also carries what appears to be a Rossi Overland as a sidearm.

The screen used Rossi Overland sawed-off shotgun held and used by Sean Connery in The Untouchables (1987) - 12 gauge
LuckyLuke sawnoff 01.jpg
LuckyLuke sawnoff R1858 01.jpg
Jane's Rossi Overland tucked into her belt. Note her other shotgun in a leg holster made out of a coyote skin.
LuckyLuke sawnoff 03.jpg


Blunderbusses are carried by thugs in Daisy Town.

Blunderbuss Flintlock
LuckyLuke Blunderbuss 01.jpg
LuckyLuke Blunderbuss 02.jpg


Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

Many characters are seen with Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"s.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44/40
A Yellow Boy shot out of a thug's hands.
Another Yellow Boy shot out of a thug's hands. Note the shattered stock.
LuckyLuke W1866 03.jpg
McGriddle (uncredited) with a Yellow Boy.

Remington 1858 "Cattleman's Carbine"

Pat Poker's henchmen are all armed with Remington 1858 "Cattleman's Carbine"s.

Remington 1858 "Cattleman's Carbine" - .44 caliber
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LuckyLuke R1858C 02.jpg
Poker Pat's henchmen surround him.


Since this movie is based on a comic, there are certain absurdities regarding guns.

Bullet sizes

In one scene, Billy fires two rounds from his small automatic at Luke, who returns fire, only to discover that Luke only fired to intercept his rounds.

The bullets from Billy's automatic have to be much smaller than the rounds from Luke's SAA.

Shell casings

Shell casings are seen piling up behind Jesse and Billy as they fire on some thugs. Jesse and Billy are using a Remington 1858 New Army and Remington 1866 Derringer, respectively, which don't eject shell casings while firing.

The shell casings are crimped, like they came from blank rounds.


Luke fires to intercept another bullet again in the end, and the entire round, complete with Luke's initials on the shell casing, is seen exiting the barrel.

LuckyLuke bullets 03.jpg

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