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The Cellar (1989)

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The Cellar
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The Cellar (1989)
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Kevin Tenney
Release Date 1989
Studio Indian Neck Entertainment
Distributor SouthGate Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
Mance Cashen Patrick Kilpatrick
Willy Cashen Chris Miller
Emily Cashen Suzanne Savoy
T.C. van Houten Ford Rainey
Sam John Michael Wren
Chilo Danny Mora
Tommy Boatwright Alex Pederson

The Cellar is a 1989 supernatural horror film directed by Kevin Tenney and centers around a young boy who discovers a demonic monster in his basement and tries to beat it.

The following weapons were used in the film The Cellar:

Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

In the bar scene Chilo (Danny Mora) takes out his Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine rifle to drive away the men who was showering whisky in T.C.'s face.

Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine.
Chilo holding his Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

Single Action Army

Mance (Patrick Kilpatrick) finds a Single Action Army 5 1/2" Artillery revolver in the cabinet that was covering the Cellar door. He is later seen using the revolver multiple times throughout the film. It's last seen when a raven appears in his window and he shoots it.

Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel aka "Artillery" model with wooden grips.
Mance finds the Single Action Army in the Cabinet.
Mance checking the Revolver.
Mance shoots the Raven in the window

Stevens 512

Near the end of the film in the wooden gun hanger along with a Mossberg 500A Field Gun there is a double barreled O/U shotgun that is supposed to be a Stevens 512 12 gauge shotgun but it's later replaced by a side by side Shotgun. This gun was never seen firing throughout the film.

Stevens 512 O/U - 12 gauge.
Note the O/U barrels of the shotgun.

Mossberg 500A

In the end of the film Emily (Suzanne Savoy) uses the Mossberg 500A Field Gun to hit raging Mance (Patrick Kilpatrick) in the head with the stock to knock him out to open the door and save Willy (Chris Miller) only to realize that the Quagwai is real. Then Mance takes the gun and shoots Quagwai 9 times only to realize that it's no effect to the beast. It's last seen at the hands of Emily when she's patrolling the cellar stairs along with Willy. For an unknown reason the gun in the film shoots semi automaticaly and it contains 9 shells.

Mossberg 500A Field Gun with 28" Barrel - 12 gauge
Emily holding the Field Gun.
Mance points the shotgun on Quagwai.
Mance opens fire on Quagwai
In this scene it can clearly seen that the Shotgun is a Mossberg 500A Field Gun.

12 Gauge Double Barreled shotgun

In the end of the film Mance takes a double barreled shotgun from the gun holder (you can clearly see that the Stevens 512 O/U shotgun is replaced) and breaks into the Cellar for a confrontation with Quagwai. He fires it to Quagwai 2 failed times.

Remington SPR220 Shotgun - 12 gauge

Mance patrolling the Cellar stairs.
Mance holds the shotgun as Quagwai is getting closer to him.

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