Le Pied-tendre

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Lucky Luke #33
Le Pied-tendre--The Tenderfoot
Cover of the English edition
Series Lucky Luke
Publisher Dargaud
Creative team
Writers Goscinny
Artists Morris
Original publication
Published in Spirou magazine
Date of publication 1968
Language French
Publisher Geïllustreerde Pers
Date 1970
Preceded by La Diligence (1968)
Followed by Dalton City, (1969)

Le Pied-tendre is a Lucky Luke comic written by Goscinny and illustrated by Morris. The original comic in French was published by Dargaud in 1968. English translations titled The Tenderfoot have been published by Dargaud


When Baddy dies, his heir, Waldo Badminton, a tenderfoot, leaves from England to take possession of his ranch. This newcomer is not to the liking of Jack Ready, who was waiting to buy Baddy's ranch, a good reason to try to bully the newcomer! This one, contrary to expectations, makes his way in the Far West, aided by Lucky Luke, his butler Jasper and Sam, the Indian who served Baddy. Jack Ready then fakes his death and has Waldo accused. The ruse is quickly discovered by Lucky Luke, giving the opportunity to hold a pistol duel in European style. Defeated, Ready and his sidekick leave town on the railroad, only to be mistaken as tenderfeet at the next stop.


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