Suske en Wiske: De Texas rakkers

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Suske en Wiske: De Texas rakkers (Belgium 2009 / Directors: Wim Bien & Mark Mertens)

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Also known as

Bob et Bobette - Les diables du Texas (France) | Luke and Lucy: The Texas Rangers (Europe: English title) | Spike and Suzy: The Texas Rangers (U.K.) | Bob et Bobette & les diables du Texas (France)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Staf Copppens, Stany Crets, Axel Daeseleir, Sien Eggers, Guy Mortier, Filip Peeters, Lien Van De Kelder, Peter Van den Begin, Bruno Vanden Broucke, Chris van den Durpel, Lucas van den Eijnde, Peter Van Guchht Evelien Verhegge, Alex Wilequet
  • Story: Willy Vandersteen (comic book)
  • Screenplay: Guy Mortier, Dirk Nielandt
  • Cinematography: [color]
  • Music: Galaxy Film Orchestra
  • Songs: “Bad Girl” sung by Beverly Jo Scott, “The Land of Milk and Honey” sung by The Flying Carrots, “Yellow Rose” sung by Maurane and Beverly Jo Scott
  • Producer: Eric Wirix


Luke and Lucy find out that a masked villain called Jim Parasite has kidnapped and shrunk all the Texas Rangers. They leave for Dark City, Texas with their friends and settle in the Texas Rangers' Head Quarters. It quickly becomes clear that they are not welcome. Parasite terrorizes the city and has spies everywhere. The saloon dancer Miss Missy decides to join Luke and Lucy in their fight against Jim, but Aunt Sybil doesn't trust her and suspects that she is secretly in cahoots with Parasite. Is she jealous of Ambrose and Wilbur's interest in Miss Missy?

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