Death in the Garden
Death in the Garden is a 1956 French-Mexican adventure film directed by Luis Buñuel. In a fictional South American state, police forces terrorize the population. In a small and remote village, a group of diamond miners refuses to be bullied and rehearses the uprising. The adventurer Shark flees into the depths of the jungle with a priest, the whore Djin and two other companions. The inhospitable environment turns into hell for the adventurers and increasingly leads to tensions within the group that degenerate into tangible confrontations.
The following weapons were used in the film Death in the Garden:
The Colt M1911 is the personal firearm of Captain Ferrero (Jorge Martínez de Hoyos), Second Lieutenant Jiménez (Alberto Pedret) and a First lieutenant (José Muñoz).
Smith & Wesson Model M&P
Shark (Georges Marchal), Chenko (Tito Junco), Castin (Charles Vanel), Father Lizardi (Michel Piccoli) can be seen wielding Smith & Wesson Model M&P revolvers. Some soldiers and miners use M&P revolvers as well.
Mauser Model 1936
The soldiers are armed with M1936 Mexican Mausers which are also seen in the hands of miners and Shark.
Garate El Tigre
What appears to be Garate El Tigre rifles are used by some miners.
Winchester Model 70
A scoped Winchester Model 70 is seen with Shark and Castin.
A Browning M1919A4 is used by the soldiers during the night riot.
One of Captain Ferrero's men has a Mendoza M1934 LMG.