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Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon
Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon is the 1993 Peruvian-American adventure movie loosely based on the Jules Verne novel of the same name. Directed by Luis Llosa, the film follows an outlaw who braves the dangers of the Amazon river to attend his daughter's wedding.
The following weapons were used in the film Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon aka 800 Leagues Down the Amazon:
Remington 1858 New Army
Minha (Daphne Zuniga) takes Remington 1858 New Army for protection. Roja (Adam Baldwin) captures this revolver. Garral (Barry Bostwick) carries Remington 1858 New Army throughout the movie. Another Remington 1858 New Army can be seen in the hands of Constable (David Killerby).
Lefaucheux Model 1858
Manoel (Tom Verica) briefly holds Lefaucheux Model 1858 at the one moment. Fragoso (E.E. Bell) briefly holds what appears to be a the same gun during the night incident.
Rifles & Shotguns
Bounty hunter Roja (Adam Baldwin) carries Martini-Henry rifle as his duty firearm throughout the movie. At the one moment, this rifle was briefly used by Minha (Daphne Zuniga).
Single Barreled Shotgun (Mocked Up as Percussion Rifle)
Brazilian police can be seen armed with the Single Barreled Shotguns, mocked up as the Percussion Rifles.
Single Barreled Sawed-Off Shotgun (Mocked Up as Percussion Cap Pistol)
Fragoso (E.E. Bell) uses Single Barreled Sawed-Off Shotgun, roughly mocked up as Percussion Cap Pistol, to kill alligator.
1935 Peruvian Mauser
Near all Brazilian soldiers can be seen with anachronistic 1935 Peruvian Mauser rifles. In reality, the Brazilian army then used the M1870 Comblain.