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Kaisar Smith (Lucky Luke #45)

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Σ' αυτή την δύσκολη ζωή δεν είναι απορίας άξιον που μερικοί άνδρες προτιμούν να παίζουν τα στρατιωτάκια από το να βόσκουν μια ζωή αγελάδες. Ούτε επίσης το γεγονός ότι τα αμύθητα πλούτη επιτρέπουν σε κάποιον να έχει την προσωπική του φρουρά από "γκρινιάρηδες". Αρκεί να μην έχει χάσει εντελώς τα λογικά του. Ο Λούκυ Λουκ σ' αυτήν την απίθανα τρελλή ιστορία τα βάζει με όλους α ...more
Paperback, 46 pages
Published 1993 by PT. Indira (first published 1976)
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Another very loosely historical volume in the series, this one somewhat based on the man who called himself Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Defender of Mexico. He was a San Francisco eccentric who dressed in various approximations of European military garb, and wandered around making proclamations.

The renamed Emperor Smith looks and behaves quite a bit like the original, but Morris and Goscinny relocated him to a small town in the wild west. By making him rich as well as eccentric, it
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