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Analyze That is the 2002 sequel to 1999's Analyze This.
The following weapons were used in the film Analyze That:
A prison guard hired to assassinate Paul Vitti uses a suppressed Beretta 92FS. Anthony Bella (Anthony LaPaglia) has a 92FS as "Nicky Caesar" on the set of Little Caesar, seen locked open when he is arguing with the armored car officers in the climax. It should be noted that no suppressed semi-automatic pistol is quiet enough to shoot in a quiet, all concrete and steel prison and have no one hear it. Even if he'd completely silenced the gunshot, the slide racking would be quite audible.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
During Vitti's "limp sword" nightmare he tells Dr. Sobel about, Patti LoPresti (Cathy Moriarty) holds a chrome Desert Eagle Mark XIX on him.
Lou Rigazzi (Frank Gio) uses a suppressed Beretta Cheetah when his men bring the failed gunman into his office. Paul Vitti (Robert De Niro) also carries an unsuppressed Cheetah, drawing it from a hiding place in his trailer on the set of Little Caesar.
Paul Vitti (Robert De Niro) keeps a third-generation Glock 17 under his couch cushions in his trailer, which he tosses into a bag when hiding out from the police and Rigazzi's men. "Al Pacino" (William DeMeo) carries one during the planning and execution of the heist. The armored car officers also carry them in holsters.
Smith & Wesson 4506
Bobby (Chris Tardio) has a Smith & Wesson 4506 when he, "Al Pacino", and Eddie double-cross Vitti.
Jelly (Joe Viterelli) carries a snubnose Colt Diamondback, drawing it on Eddie DeVol and firing it at a Rigazzi gunman in the restaurant.
Smith & Wesson Model 629
In Vitti's "limp sword" nightmare, Eddie DeVol (Raymond Franza) draws a Smith & Wesson Model 629.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Jelly (Joe Viterelli) carries a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 36, which he draws when a Little Caesar crew member enters Vitti's trailer. One of the Little Caesar cast members also uses one during filming.
Dr. Ben Sobel (Billy Crystal) asks Jelly if he can use a nickel snubnose Colt Python instead of one of the larger assault rifles. Jelly holds the gun laughing, remembering a lot of "good times" from the revolver, then hands it to him. Eddie DeVol (Raymond Franza) also carries a blued snubnose model.
A character on Little Caesar, the fictional TV show in the film meant to resemble The Sopranos, carries out a mob hit with an Ithaca 37. Jelly (Joe Viterelli) also has a pistol-gripped Ithaca in his armory that he offers to Dr. Sobel before the armored car heist.
Jelly keeps a Franchi SPAS-12 with a solid fixed stock in his collection.
An armored car guard has a Remington 870, which Vitti's men promptly disarm him of.
In Vitti's "limp sword" nightmare, "Al Pacino" (William DeMeo) and Bobby (Chris Tardio) hold M1928 Thompsons on him. Bobby's appears to be a replica model.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
Rigazzi's gunman (Joe D'Onofrio, who played a young Joe Pesci in Goodfellas) fires at Vitti in the restaurant with a Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW.
One of the gunmen chasing Vitti and Sobel fires a Cobray M11/9 from the window of his car. Jelly also keeps one in his armory that he offers to Sobel.
Jelly keeps an Uzi in his gun collection when showing it off to Dr. Sobel.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The armored car officers and fake NYPD ESU officers working for Vitti, have Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns.
UHC MP5SD Airsoft Gun
One of Vitti's men carries an "Heckler & Koch MP5SD" during the armored car heist but it is actually an UHC airsoft gun as noted by the finger groves on the handguard.
Jelly has an M16A2 in his collection, asking Dr. Sobel if he can handle an M16. When Sobel asks if he means to shoot it, Jelly sarcastically tells him he wants him to twirl it around his finger.
Jelly has two CAR-15s in his gun collection, between the M16A2 and AKS-74U. Two mobsters on Little Caesar use the CAR-15s to carry out a mob hit.
Norinco Type 56-1
A Norinco Type 56-1 is in Jelly's collection.
Norinco Type 56
Jelly asks Dr. Sobel if he wants an "AK" or a "Kalashnikov", referring to both the two Norinco Type 56s and Type 56-1 he has on the table.
When Jelly offers a bulletproof vest to Dr. Sobel, an M60 machine gun is visible on the table next to the vest.