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Rantanplan also known as Rin-Tin-Can in the English comics is a prison guard dog often tasked with watching over the Dalton brothers or assisting Lucky Luke track them down each time they escape. Lucky Luke by Morris. It was on Rovio ‘s ToonsTV until However, he is very good-natured, and will follow Lucky Luke to the ends of the Earth. Dalton brothers Jolly Jumper Rantanplan.
Rantanplan Series by Morris
Lucky Luke’s horse, Jolly Jumpera very intelligent animal, holds Rantanplan in contempt, regarding him as one of Nature’s great mistakes. As well as being stupid, Rantanplan is extremely slow and accident-prone. Like Averell Daltonhe has a huge appetite and will devour literally everything that is put in front of him, whether it is food or not, which has ranged from bars of soap to dishwater.
In the Turkish translations of the series, he is indeed named Rin Tin Tin.
Rantanplan – Wikipedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The character first appeared in the earliest panels of the story Sur la piste des Daltonpublished on February 4, in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Spirouand later as an album in Views Rantannplan Edit Rantanplab history.
This page was last edited on 20 Januaryat Originally a supporting character in the Lucky Luke series, Rantanplan later starred in an eponymous series. Inthe production company Xilam produced an animated series of Morris’s Rantanplan stories in 90 second episodes, broadcast on France 3.
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