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Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt

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Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt
DVD cover
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Robert Harmon
Release Date 2012
Language English
Studio Brandman Productions
Distributor Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chief Jesse Stone Tom Selleck
Luther "Suitcase" Simpson Kohl Sudduth
Rose Gammon Kathy Baker
Massachusetts State Police Homicide Commander Healy Stephen McHattie
Hasty Hathaway Saul Rubinek
Dr. Dix William Devane
Gino Fish William Sadler
Art Gallery Robert Carradine
Thelma Gleffey Gloria Reuben

Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (2012) is the eighth installment in the Jesse Stone television movie series starring Tom Selleck as the former big city detective turned small town police chief. When new Paradise Police Chief William Butler and Officer Anthony D’Angelo are killed in a patrol car explosion, Jesse Stone is called out of professional and personal exile to investigate. Early evidence suggests Butler was a dirty cop, but Jesse doesn’t believe it and decides to give Butler the benefit of the doubt.

The following weapons were used in the film Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt:


Smith & Wesson SW1911SC (Gunsite)

As in the previous films, Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) carries the Gunsite Edition of the Smith & Wesson SW1911SC as his sidearm. He is seen in the film pulling his sidearm on a suspect. In reality, Tom Selleck is a life long shooter and a big fan of the 1911 design and previously used this pistol in the series Las Vegas.

Smith & Wesson SW1911 (Gunsite) - .45 ACP

Glock 17

Arthur Gallery (Robert Carradine) uses a Glock 17 in addition to his Browning BLR 81.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.

Browning BLR 81

Arthur Gallery's (Robert Carradine) main weapon is a Browning BLR 81 with a quick detachable scope, rear reticule sight and light attachment. When we first see it is in the trunk of Gallery's car. It is identified by Chief Stone as being a .308 caliber.

Early production Model of the Browning BLR Rifle - .308 Winchester

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