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Creature with the Blue Hand (Die blaue Hand)
Creature with the Blue Hand (Die blaue Hand ("The Blue Hand") is a 1967 German detective movie directed by Alfred Vohrer. Despite the film was claimed to be adapted from the 1925 novel "The Blue Hand" by Edgar Wallace, in fact the plot differs radically from the book. Dave Emerson (Klaus Kinski) is on trial for the murder but is considered insane and admitted to Dr. Mangrove's lunatic asylum. An mysterious person helps Dave to escape. Dave returns to Emerson's castle and assumes the identity of his twin brother Richard who disappears without a trace. As the story continues, a masked figure with a blue iron hand begins to hunt for Dave's siblings. Most endangered is Dave's sister Myrna.
The film is the 23st installment in the Rialto Film studio film series (1959-1972).
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The following weapons were used in the film Creature with the Blue Hand (Die blaue Hand):
Arminius HW-1 revolvers are used by Inspector Craig (Harald Leipnitz), Dr. Albert Mangrove (Carl Lange), Dr. Mangrove's henchman Reynolds (Fred Haltiner), barrister Lionel Douglas (Hermann Lenschau) and butler Anthony Smith (Albert Bessler).
Dave Emerson (Klaus Kinski) carries a CZ 27 pistol. In one scene he surrenders the gun to Inspector Craig (Harald Leipnitz).