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Concorde Affaire '79
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Concorde Affaire '79 (original title Affare Concorde) is a 1979 Italian action thriller directed by Ruggero Deodato. An American reporter Moses Brody (James Franciscus) starts an independent investigation of the crash of supersonic passenger airliner Concorde. He soon finds that it wasn't an accident but a sabotage, and now his life is in danger.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Concorde Affaire '79:
During the shootout between Forsythe (Venantino Venantini) and his henchmen, and the Martinique local police forces both sides use pistols that can be identified as French MAB PA-15. Moses Brody (James Franciscus) takes the same pistol from a bank guard but doesn't use it in action.
A Luger P08 is briefly seen in hands of Forsythe's blonde henchman (Ottaviano Dell'Acqua).
Forsythe (Venantino Venantini) carries a revolver that is seen very briefly and unclearly. It has an ejector rod positioned at the side of the barrel. Due to this detale and the general outlook this revolver is supposed to be an antique (for 1979) Rast-Gasser 1898.
Unidentified revolver 2
One of Forsythe's henchmen is seen with a snub nose revolver. The shape of the barrel, the ejector rod shroud and the trigger guard resemble Astra revolvers, like the Astra Cadix, but the shape of the frame differs.
During the night scene in Rio de Janeiro airport a police officer holds a submachine gun that mostly resembles an MP40.
Over and Under Shotgun
In the opening scene Milland (Joseph Cotten) fires an Over and Under Shotgun on a skeet shooting range.
Winchester Model 1894
In one scene Forsythe's blonde henchman (Ottaviano Dell'Acqua) fires a Winchester Model 1894 at Moses Brody. Later the rifle is seen in hands of another henchman.
Bofors 40mm and Oerlikon 20mm
French Navy patrol boat P659 Canopus (former Sirius class minesweeper) is armed with two single autocannons: a Bofors 40mm and an Oerlikon 20mm.