History YMMV / LuckyLuke

1st Feb '16 2:57:21 PM fruitstripegum
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* NightmareFuel:* In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]

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* NightmareFuel:* NightmareFuel: In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]
3rd Nov '15 6:45:27 AM Shadowgazer
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** In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]


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* NightmareFuel:* In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]
21st Oct '15 12:32:08 PM Shadowgazer
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** In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[Spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]

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** In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[Spoiler: [[spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]
21st Oct '15 12:24:23 PM Shadowgazer
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* In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[Spoiler:And then the whole thing ventures to pure comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]

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* ** In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[Spoiler:And [[Spoiler: And then the whole thing ventures to pure purely comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]
21st Oct '15 12:22:24 PM Shadowgazer
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* In the movie Daisy Town the showdown between Luke and the Daltons starts of as rather sinister with ominous music playing, the Daltons ready to kill and the whole town pausing at whatever they were doing to listen to the sound of the approaching combatants.[[Spoiler:And then the whole thing ventures to pure comedic NightmareRetardant thanks to Lucky Luke's plan.]]
30th Jun '15 6:46:22 AM KorenSteen
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* NightmareFuel: Bob Dalton's '''onscreen''' [[http://bdoubliees.com/journalspirou/sfigures3/luckyluke/horslaloi1.jpg death via headshot]]. The one panel in which he calls out for his mother as he dies hanging from the lantern showing only his feet suspended and ''[[BlackBlood something]]'' (it's probably the oil from the lamp but [[SymbolicBlood with the way it's portrayed like forming a pool underneath him the next panel]]) dripping below makes a chilling image. ''Yikes''... No wonder Dupuis asked Morris to change it.
30th Jun '15 1:13:09 AM KorenSteen
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYzZPsK78Gg "I'm a Poor Lonesome Cow-boy"]] which served as the ending theme for ''Daisy Town'' (and later truncated for the 80s animated series co-produced by Creator/HannaBarbera) has become a classic tune for the title character and its franchise.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYzZPsK78Gg "I'm a Poor Lonesome Cow-boy"]] in its full glory which served as the ending theme for ''Daisy Town'' (and later truncated for the 80s animated series co-produced by Creator/HannaBarbera) has become a classic tune for the title character and its franchise.
30th Jun '15 1:12:11 AM KorenSteen
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* EarWorm: Every single song in "The Ballad of the Daltons".

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* EarWorm: Every single song in "The Ballad of ** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYzZPsK78Gg "I'm a Poor Lonesome Cow-boy"]] which served as the Daltons".
ending theme for ''Daisy Town'' (and later truncated for the 80s animated series co-produced by Creator/HannaBarbera) has become a classic tune for the title character and its franchise.
25th Jun '15 10:27:45 AM KorenSteen
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* TearJerker: Despite the original source material and any other adaptations thereof is far from being a treasure trove of emotions (given that it's a comedy, spaghetti western parody and all), there's something surprisingly poignant about [[{{Tomboy}} Cynthia's]] plight in the "The Daltons Cowboys" that makes you sympathize with her a bit as the episode goes on. Sam laments that [[ChristmasCake being in her thirties]], [[OldMaid she's not getting any younger]] but he still hopes that she find a husband. Upon meeting the Daltons, she [[LoveAtFirstSight immediately develops a crush on Averell]] then later becoming an AbhorrentAdmirer who made Averell so miserable, he begged for her to go back to be with his brothers. After having thought of being deceived (thanks to Joe's plan when he was disguised as Averell and having tricked her into opening her father's safe), she seeks vengeance on Averell during her rampage but Lucky Luke stops her just in time, and tells her that [[LoveMakesYouCrazy love has made a crazed fiend out of her]] to which she responded with tears. Her father says that it's her first love and acknowledges that it's always the worst. He reassures Luke that she'll get over it. Then cut to the ending -- once Luke takes the Daltons back to prison, Cynthia steals one last glance. She gives way to a whimper (possibly repenting), then goes back to fixing the farm's roof, more upset than ever. It's one of the few, if not only, truly {{bittersweet ending}}s.

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* TearJerker: Despite the original source material and any other adaptations thereof is far from being a treasure trove of emotions (given that it's a comedy, spaghetti western parody and all), there's something surprisingly poignant about [[{{Tomboy}} Cynthia's]] plight in the "The Daltons Cowboys" that makes you sympathize with her a bit as the episode goes on. Sam laments that [[ChristmasCake being in her thirties]], [[OldMaid she's not getting any younger]] but he still hopes that she find a husband. Upon meeting the Daltons, she [[LoveAtFirstSight immediately develops a crush on Averell]] then later becoming an AbhorrentAdmirer who made Averell so miserable, he begged for her to let him go back to be with his brothers. After having thought of being deceived (thanks to Joe's plan when he was disguised as Averell and having tricked her into opening her father's safe), she seeks vengeance on Averell during her rampage but Lucky Luke stops her just in time, and tells her that [[LoveMakesYouCrazy love has made a crazed fiend out of her]] to which she responded with tears. Her father says that it's her first love and acknowledges that it's always the worst. He reassures Luke that she'll get over it. Then cut to the ending -- once Luke takes the Daltons back to prison, Cynthia steals one last glance. She gives way to a whimper (possibly repenting), then goes back to fixing the farm's roof, more upset than ever. It's one of the few, if not only, truly {{bittersweet ending}}s.
25th Jun '15 10:20:33 AM KorenSteen
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* TearJerker: Despite the original source material and any other adaptations thereof are far from being a treasure trove of emotions (given that it's a comedy, spaghetti western parody and all), there's something surprisingly poignant about [[{{Tomboy}} Cynthia's]] plight in the "The Daltons Cowboys" that makes you sympathize with her a bit as the episode goes on. Sam laments that [[ChristmasCake being in her thirties]], [[OldMaid she's not getting any younger]] but he still hopes that she find a husband. Upon meeting the Daltons, she [[LoveAtFirstSight immediately develops a crush on Averell]] then later becoming an AbhorrentAdmirer who made Averell so miserable, he begged for her to go back to be with his brothers. After having thought of being deceived (thanks to Joe's plan when he was disguised as Averell and having tricked her into opening her father's safe), she seeks vengeance on Averell during her rampage but Lucky Luke stops her just in time, and tells her that [[LoveMakesYouCrazy love has made a crazed fiend out of her]] to which she responded with tears. Her father says that it's her first love and acknowledges that it's always the worst. He reassures Luke that she'll get over it. Then cut to the ending -- once Luke takes the Daltons back to prison, Cynthia steals one last glance. She gives way to a whimper (possibly repenting), then goes back to fixing the farm's roof, more upset than ever. It's one of the few, if not only, truly {{bittersweet ending}}s.

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* TearJerker: Despite the original source material and any other adaptations thereof are is far from being a treasure trove of emotions (given that it's a comedy, spaghetti western parody and all), there's something surprisingly poignant about [[{{Tomboy}} Cynthia's]] plight in the "The Daltons Cowboys" that makes you sympathize with her a bit as the episode goes on. Sam laments that [[ChristmasCake being in her thirties]], [[OldMaid she's not getting any younger]] but he still hopes that she find a husband. Upon meeting the Daltons, she [[LoveAtFirstSight immediately develops a crush on Averell]] then later becoming an AbhorrentAdmirer who made Averell so miserable, he begged for her to go back to be with his brothers. After having thought of being deceived (thanks to Joe's plan when he was disguised as Averell and having tricked her into opening her father's safe), she seeks vengeance on Averell during her rampage but Lucky Luke stops her just in time, and tells her that [[LoveMakesYouCrazy love has made a crazed fiend out of her]] to which she responded with tears. Her father says that it's her first love and acknowledges that it's always the worst. He reassures Luke that she'll get over it. Then cut to the ending -- once Luke takes the Daltons back to prison, Cynthia steals one last glance. She gives way to a whimper (possibly repenting), then goes back to fixing the farm's roof, more upset than ever. It's one of the few, if not only, truly {{bittersweet ending}}s.
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