Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman

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Bring Me the Head
of the Machine Gun Woman
(Tráiganme la cabeza
de la mujer metralleta)
Traiganme la cabeza de la Mujer Metralleta poster.jpg
English language Poster
Country Chile.jpg Chile
Directed by Ernesto Díaz Espinoza
Release Date 2012
Language Spanish
Studio LatinXploitation
Ronnoc Entertainment
Distributor Ronnoc Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
La Mujer Metralleta Fernanda Urrejola
Santiago Fernández Matías Oviedo
Che Longana Jorge Alís
Shadeline Soto Sofía García
Flavio Alex Rivera
Jonny Medina
Armeria
Felipe Avello
Santiago's Mom Francisca Castillo
Panguinao Miguel Angel De Luca
El Tronador Daniel Antivilo
Bracoli Jaime Omeñaca


Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman (Spanish: Tráiganme la cabeza de la mujer metralleta) is the 2012 Chilean action movie.


The following weapons were used in the film Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman:


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Pistols

Beretta 92FS

A Beretta 92FS pistols appeared in the hands of many various characters throughout the movie.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
La Mujer Metralleta (Fernanda Urrejola) carries a holstered Beretta. The grip is seen.
La Mujer Metralleta carries four holstered pistols (the other two one is hanged on her right holsters). The Beretta (1) and the Bruni (2) is seen at the left, two other handguns, which she carries on her right holsters is also Bruni and Beretta.
La Mujer Metralleta holds Chinchinerito (Javier Cay Saavedra) at gunpoint.
El Tronador (Daniel Antivilo) aims the Beretta (1) and the Bruni (2) pistols akimbo.
La Mujer Metralleta threatens Santiago Fernández (Matías Oviedo) with the Berettas in her left....
...and right hands.
La Mujer Metralleta aims her Berettas akimbo.
Santiago Fernández aims his Beretta.
Che Longana's thug tries to pull the pistol, while being shot.
Flavio (Alex Rivera) threatens La Mujer Metralleta with the Beretta. At the previously second, his pistol briefly turns to H&K (see bellow) due to continuity error.
Santiago Fernández drops the beretta.
Flavio aims his Beretta.
Santiago Fernández runs, Beretta in hand.

Beretta 92FS in game

The Beretta 92FS is seen in game.

The pistol is seen in game.

Bruni GAP

A Bruni GAP is also a very popular sidearm.

Bruni GAP - 9mm P.A.K.
La Mujer Metralleta carries four holstered pistols (the other two one is hanged on her right holsters). The Beretta (1) and the Bruni (2) is seen at the left, two other handguns, which she carries on her right holsters is also Bruni and Beretta.
Siberiano (Javier Mora) aims his Bruni.
Bosao (Andrés Cid) is shot and drops his Bruni.
Che Longana (Jorge Alís) aims his Bruni at Santiago Fernández.
A close view of Che Longana's Bruni (at the right), when he threatens Santiago's Mom (Francisca Castillo).
Heads Buyer #1 (George Vonknorring) is carrying a pistol, tucked to his belt.
La Mujer Metralleta aims her Bruni.
A perfect view of the Bruni in La Mujer Metralleta's hand.
La Mujer Metralleta drops the Bruni.
Pitón (León Murillo) aims his Bruni. Israelito (Nicolás Ibieta) covers with the Kimar (see bellow).
La Mujer Metralleta aims her Bruni.

M1911-style pistol

Pistola Loca Loyola (Víctor González) very briefly holds a M1911-style pistol. Later, this pistol is seen in La Mujer Metralleta's car.

Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Pistola Loca Loyola tries to pull the pistol.
The pistol (1) in La Mujer Metralleta's car.

Kimar Lady K

Mekano (Mauricio Pesutic) owns a Kimar Lady K, which later appeared in the hands of Santiago Fernández and Israelito (Nicolás Ibieta). The similar pistol (which is the same movie prop is seen in La Mujer Metralleta's car.

Kimar Lady K - 8mm PAK
Mekano pulls his pistol.
A close up.
Santiago Fernández grabs Mekano's pistol.
Israelito (at the right) covers, pistol in hands.
The pistol (2) in La Mujer Metralleta's car.

Kimar Model 92

Che Longana's (Jorge Alís) second sidearm is a Kimar Model 92.

Kimar Model 92 nickel finish - 8mm Blank
Che Longana puts his Beretta at Santiago's Mom.
A slightly other view of Che's Beretta.
La Mujer Metralleta grabs Che's Beretta.

Heckler & Koch USP

At the one point Flavio's Beretta turns to Heckler & Koch USP.

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
Flavio holds the pistol (pointed by the red arrow), which a second later turns to Beretta 92FS. Che Longana holds Kimar Model 92 at the background.

Toy Pistols

Numerous toy pistols is sailed at the gun shop. Santiago Fernández bought one.

Numerous toy handguns is seen. The toy pistol in the box is buying by Santiago Fernández.
Santiago Fernández investigates his toy pistol.
Santiago Fernández pulls the toy pistol at La Mujer Metralleta.
La Mujer Metralleta easily disarms Santiago Fernández from his toy pistol.

Revolvers

Bruni Magnum

A Bruni Magnum can be seen in the hands of several characters.

Bruni Magnum (note the absence of the Colt logo on the grips) - 9mm/.380 blanks
El Choro Meneses (Eric Kleinsteuber) reaches for his revolver...
...and pulls it...
...only to be gunned down.
Flavio threatens Santiago Fernández with his revolver.
A closer view of Flavio's revolver.
The barrel of Flavio's revolver
Heads Buyer #3 (Jorge Cordero) tries to pull the revolver, while being shot to death.

Zoraki R1

Heads Buyer #2 (Rocco) fires a Zoraki R1 at the one point.

Zoraki R1 w/ 8" barrel - 9mm P.A.K. Blanks
The Heads Buyer's revolver is seen tucked to his belt.
Heads Buyer #2 aims his revolver.

Smith & Wesson-style revolver

Police officers carry a holstered Smith & Wesson-style revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 4" barrel - .38 Special
The police officer with the holstered revolver. Note the logo on the grip.

Toy Revolvers

Numerous toy revolvers is sailed at the gun shop.

Numerous toy handguns is seen.

Shotguns

Mossberg 500

A Mossberg 500 can be seen in the gun shop.

Mossberg 500A Field Gun with 28" Barrel - 12 gauge
Numerous long guns is hanged on the wall.
A close view of the same scene. A pump action shotgun is third from the top.

Over-Under Shotgun

At least one Over-Under Shotgun can be seen in the gun shop.

Otto Seelig O/U - 12 gauge
Numerous long guns is hanged on the wall.
A close view of the same scene. A O&U shotgun is second from the top.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner

Panguinao (Miguel Angel De Luca) uses a Harrington & Richardson Pardner.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner - 12 Gauge
Panguinao holds a rifle and shotgun.
A slightly other view of the same scene.
Panguinao aims his shotgun.
Injured Panguinao tries to rise the shotgun.

Rifles

Cooey Model 600

At least one Cooey Model 600 can be seen in the gun shop.

Cooey Model 600 - .22
Numerous long guns is hanged on the wall.
A close view of the same scene. A rifle at the top, left.

Air Rifle

Numerous Air Rifles can be seen in the gun shop. Panguinao (Miguel Angel De Luca) holds one.

Westlake .22 Air Rifle (for comparison).
Numerous long guns is hanged on the wall.
A close view of the same scene. Two rifles at the right and at the bottom.
Panguinao holds a rifle and shotgun.
A slightly other view of the same scene.

Heckler & Koch G36C

La Mujer Metralleta (Fernanda Urrejola) uses Heckler & Koch G36C throughout the movie.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
La Mujer Metralleta aims her rifle on "Wanted" poster.
La Mujer Metralleta raises the rifle...
...and fires it in air.
La Mujer Metralleta holds Siberiano and Santiago Fernández at gunpoint.
A ditto.
Santiago Fernández holds La Mujer Metralleta's rifle.

Other

Firing Drum

Chinchinero (Guillermo Saavedra) and Chinchinerito (Javier Cay Saavedra) both use Firing Drums at the several points.

Chinchinero fires the gun, mocked as a pipe from the drum.
Chinchinerito raises the gun...
...and fires it.

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