Bandits of Orgosolo (Banditi a Orgosolo)
Bandits of Orgosolo (Banditi a Orgosolo) is a 1961 Italian B&W drama movie directed by Vittorio De Seta. The main character of the movie is Michele Iossu, a Sardinian shepherd, who is wrongly accused in complicity with bandits and a murder of a carabinier. Michele has to flee in mountains where he loses all his flock of sheeps and has to become a bandit and rob other shepherds. The cast of the movie was completly formed of non-professional actors, mostly Sardinian shepherds.
The following weapons were used in the film Bandits of Orgosolo (Banditi a Orgosolo):
Beretta Model 38A
Most carabiniers are armed with Beretta Model 38A SMGs.
Beretta Model 38/42
One of the bandits who hides in Michele's hut in the opening scene is armed with a Beretta Model 38/42 SMG. Michele holds a Beretta Model 38/42 on a promotion still while in the movie he carries a Beretta Model 38/44.
Beretta Model 38/44
In the final scene Michele arms himself with a Beretta Model 38/44 that he gets from his brother-in-law Gonario.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Michele and other shepherds carry double barreled shotguns.
Carcano M91/38 Cavalry Carbine
Two of the bandits in the opening scene are armed with Carcano M91/38 Cavalry Carbines. Several carabiniers also carry Carcano carbines.
Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle
A carabinier carries a Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle.