Lucky Luke contre Phil Defer

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Lucky Luke #8
Lucky Luke contre Phil Defer--
LuckyLukePhilDefer.jpg
Cover of the German edition
Date 1956
Series Lucky Luke
Publisher Dupuis
Creative team
Writers Morris
Artists Morris
Original publication
Published in Spirou magazine
Date of publication 1956
Language French
Chronology
Preceded by L'Élixir du Dr Doxey 1956
Followed by Des rails sur la Prairie, 1957

Lucky Luke contre Phil Defer is a Lucky Luke adventure in French, written and illustrated by Morris it was the eighth title in the original series and was published by Dupuis in 1956. Phil Defer is a caricature of Jack Palance; the name means 'barbed wire' (Fil de fer).

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