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Allied is a 2016 WWII romantic thriller directed by Robert Zemeckis. Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard star as Allied spies who fall in love during a mission and then it is discovered that one of them may be a double agent.
The following weapons were used in the film Allied:
Webley Mk IV
Wing commander Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) owned a Webley Mk IV revolver, later his gun used Marianne (Marion Cotillard). Also the RAF guard carries probably this revolver in Pattern 1937 holster.
Webley Mk VI
What appears to be a Webley Mk VI with a 4" barrel is seen being held and placed into a desk drawer by an unnamed S.O.E. officer (Simon McBurney).
Mle 1892 Revolver
French Resistance fighter "Renoir" (Raphael Acloque) in Dieppe holds a Mle 1982 revolver in his hand.
Oberst Hobar (August Diehl) in Casablanca aims a Luger P08 at Marion, but is shot before he can fire it. Claude (Xavier De Guillebon) picks it up and is also shot before he can fire it.
Sten Mk II
Both Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) and Marianne Beausejour (Marion Cotillard) use Sten Mk II submachine guns feeding from magazines taped together "jungle-style" during their mission in Casablanca. Sten guns with single magazines are also used by Max and French Resistance fighter "Degas" (Raphael Desprez) in Dieppe.
German soldiers can be seen carrying MP40 submachine guns.
French Resistance fighter "Monet" (Philippe Spall) in Dieppe is armed with a Steyr MP34 submachine gun.
German soldiers can be seen carrying Karabiner 98k rifles. At least French Resistance fighter "Renoir" (Raphael Acloque) in Dieppe also used this rifle.
Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I
The RAF guard at the airport has a Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I rifle over his shoulder.
An MG34 machine gun is shown mounted on a German half-track in Dieppe.
A crate of Mills Bomb grenades can be seen in a weapons shipment delivered via Lysander to French Resistance fighters in Dieppe. One of these grenades is later used by Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) to disable a German half-track.