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Don't Say a Word

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Don't Say a Word
Theatrical Release Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Gary Fleder
Release Date 2001
Language English
Studio Regency Enterprises
Village Roadshow Pictures
Distributor 20th Century Fox
Main Cast
Character Actor
Dr. Nathan Conrad Michael Douglas
Elisabeth Burrows Brittany Murphy
Patrick Koster Sean Bean
Aggie Conrad Famke Janssen
Det. Sandra Cassidy Jennifer Esposito

Don't Say a Word is a 2001 American psychological thriller directed by Gary Fleder (Homefront) and based on the novel of the same name by Andrew Klavan. The film stars Michael Douglas as Dr. Nathan Conrad, a psychiatrist whose daughter is kidnapped by a group of men, who demand that he recovers a secret from the mind of Elisabeth Burrows (Brittany Murphy), a young traumatized woman who only briefly communicates with others.

The following weapons were used in the film Don't Say a Word:



SIG-Sauer P220

Patrick Koster (Sean Bean) uses a two-tone SIG-Sauer P220 as his main sidearm throughout the film.

SIG-Sauer P220 (two-tone finish) - .45 ACP
Patrick Koster (Sean Bean) threatens Elisabeth with his SIG P220. Notice the "P220" nomenclature.
Koster puts the muzzle of the P220 on Elisabeth's knee.
Koster holds his SIG on Dr. Conrad.
Opposite view as Koster holds the SIG on Dr. Conrad.
Koster opens fire with the P220 as Dr. Conrad swings at him from behind.
Conrad holds Koster's own P220 on him during the climax.

Glock 17

Det. Sandra Cassidy (Jennifer Esposito) carries a Glock 17 as her sidearm throughout the film. Sanatorium guard Arnie (Lance Reddick) also carries a Glock 17, which Dr. Nathan Conrad (Michael Douglas) later takes from him. Koster later relieves Conrad of his Glock near the climax. NYPD officers also carry this weapon as their sidearms, even though in real life, the Glock 19 was the only Glock model approved for the NYPD at the time of the film.

Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Dr. Conrad takes Arnie's Glock 17. Notice how the gun is a Tokyo Marui airsoft replica of the real steel version, identified by the nomenclature.
An NYPD officer holds his Glock 17 on Koster and his accomplices in a flashback. This flashback takes place in 1991, roughly two years before the NYPD first approved its officers to carry semi-automatic pistols.
An NYPD officer has a Glock 17 holstered.
Koster (Sean Bean) holds the Glock Conrad took from Arnie.
Det. Sandra Cassidy (Jennifer Esposito) holds her Glock 17 on Koster.
A closer view of Det. Cassidy's Glock.
Det. Cassidy fires her sidearm at one of Koster's accomplices.

Ruger P89

Leon Croft (Aidan Devine) uses a Ruger P89 during the bank robbery.

Ruger P89 - 9x19mm
Leon holds his Ruger as he searches for the vault keys.
A masked Leon Croft (Aidan Devine) holds his Ruger in the bank.

Beretta 92FS Inox

Patrick Koster (Sean Bean) uses a Beretta 92FS Inox during the bank robbery.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
A masked Koster holds his Beretta inside the bank vault.

Taurus PT92

Max (Conrad Goode), one of Koster's accomplices, mexican-carries a Taurus PT92 during the climax. The weapon is two-tone and is likely the same one used previously in Death Wish V and Darkman II.

Taurus PT92 (reverse two-tone) - 9x19mm
Max with his waist-carried two-tone Taurus PT92 in the background.
Max (Conrad Goode) pulls his Taurus on Dr. Conrad. Notice how the frame is lighter than the slide.

Smith & Wesson Model 10HB

Russel Maddox (Shawn Doyle) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10HB revolver during the bank robbery.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (post-1950s model) - .38 Special
A masked Russel Maddox (Shawn Doyle) wields his Model 10HB inside the bank.
Russel holds his revolver as he descends a set of stairs.

Smith & Wesson 5906

Jake (Paul Schulze) uses a Smith & Wesson 5906 as his sidearm.

Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm. This is a screen-used gun from Collateral.
Jake (Paul Schulze) draws his S&W 5906 during the climax.
Jake gets shot by Det. Cassidy while firing his 5906.

Ruger SP101

Max (Conrad Goode) keeps a Ruger SP101 as his back-up gun. During the climax, Patrick Koster (Sean Bean) gets ahold of the revolver.

Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum
Close-up of the grip as Koster spots the Ruger SP101 in Max's belt.
Koster fires the Ruger SP101.


Remington 870

Max (Conrad Goode) uses a custom Remington 870 shotgun fitted with a pistol grip and a custom extending stock during the bank robbery.

Remington 870 with black furniture and pistol grip - 12 gauge
Max loads the shotgun.
A masked Max wields his shotgun inside the bank.

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