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Crime on a Summer Morning (original title Par un beau matin d'été) is a 1965 French crime movie directed by Jacques Deray. The story is based on the novel "One Bright Summer Morning" by James Hadley Chase.
The following weapons were used in the film Crime on a Summer Morning (Par un beau matin d'été):
Unidentified Colt-style revolver
Max Zegetti (Georges Géret) carries a revolver that appears to be some Colt or Colt-style model. Max's revolver is also used by Francis (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and Monique (Sophie Daumier).
Francis carries Max's revolver tucked at his belt.
Francis aims the revolver.
Max carries the revolver tucked at his belt.
A Colt-style cylinder release can be seen. According to the length of the barrel as compared with the ejector rod, the barrel seems to be shorter than 4".
Monique holds the revolver.