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World in My Pocket, The
The World in My Pocket (1961) , (the original German language title is An einem Freitag um halb zwölf ) is a German-French-Italian crime drama thriller film directed by Alvin Rakoff based on the novel of the same name by James Hadley Chase about about the plan to ambush the car with the payroll for a U.S. military base in Germany in the 50s. Starring Nadja Tiller, Rod Steiger, Peter van Eyck and Jean Servais.
The following guns were used in The World in My Pocket:
FN Model 1910
Almost all main characters are seen with a FN Model 1910 pistol.
Arizmendi Zulaica Cebra
Frank Morgan (Rod Steiger) holds during the armored-car robbery in his hand the Arizmendi Zulaica Cebra pistol.
Walther Model 4
One man of the security escort shipment drew his Walther Model 4 pistol.
The other guard of the armored vehicle was armed with a Luger P08. The same pistols used by the cops on motorcycles.
The officer U.S. Military Police uses the Colt M1911A1 as his sidearm.
Frank Morgan (Rod Steiger) during the casino heist was armed with a MP40. Also the gendarmes use this weapon.
The motorized policemen guarding the wasting of a shipment to the armored car carry the MAT-49 submachine guns.
Bleck (Peter van Eyck) is equipped for armored-car robbery action with a Gevarm A3 or A7 sniper rifle (both models look very similar to each other).
Some gendarmes have in hand the MAS-36 rifles.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
The members of the U. S. military police patrols are armed with Mauser Gewehr 1898 rifles.
The members of the U. S. military police use the Mk 2 hand grenades.