Bolek i Lolek na Dzikim Zachodzie
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Bolek i Lolek na Dzikim Zachodzie (Poland 1986 / Directors: Stanisław Dülz, Wladislaw Nehrebecki, Waclaw Wajser, Bronislaw Zeman)
- Runtime: 71 min
- Release Date: 1986
Also known as
Bolek a Lolek na divokém západe (Czechoslovakia) | Lolka és Bolka a Vadnyugaton (Hungary) | Bolek und Lolek im wilden Westen (East Germany) | Lolek und Bolek im wilden Westen (West Germany) | Bolek and Lolek in the Wild West
- Screenplay: Adam Hajduk, Leszek Mech, Wladislaw Nehrebecki, Andrzej Orzechowski
- Camera: Ryszard Biesok, Dorata Poraniewska, M. Poznanski
- Music: Marek Wilczyński, Andrzej Korzyński, Jerzy Wójcik
Bolek and Lolek set off for the Wild West. Bandit Pif-Paf has outsmarted the sheriff and escaped from prison. The boys immediately take up the persecution of the refugee.
Bolek and Lolek are young explorers who travel the world in their imagination. A hit throughout Poland and in much of Europe, this children's cartoon boasts a simple but capricious animation style and whimsical music and sound effects, enchanting viewers without the need for dialogue. Some markets, such as Germany, have added dialogue in the local dubs. "Bolek and Lolek in the Wild West" comprises seven of their short films: The Lawmakers / The Texas Fright / The Persecution / The Hijacked Express Train / The Horse Thief / The Indian God / Black Gold.