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Forger of London (Der Fälscher von London), The
The Forger of London (Der Fälscher von London) is a 1961 German detective movie directed by Harald Reinl and adapted from the 1927 novel "The Forger" by Edgar Wallace. Jane Clifton (Karin Dor), the newly married wife of a wealthy playboy, suspects that her husband Peter (Hellmut Lange) is connected with counterfeiters. Meanwhile Peter Clifton turns out to be mentally ill... or at least his doctor claims so.
The film is the seventh installment in the Rialto Film studio film series (1959-1972) adapted from the novels of Edgar Wallace.
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The following weapons were used in the film The Forger of London (Der Fälscher von London):
NHM Model 9
Mrs. Anderson (Sigrid von Richthofen) and Dr. Donald Wells (Viktor de Kowa) use NHM Model 9 revolvers in the final scene. NHM Model 9 revolvers are also seen in hands of police constables.
Mondial Model 1900
A pocket pistol is very briefly seen in hands of John Leith (Walter Rilla) in the final scene. Its general appearance resembles German and Italian starter pistols, like Mondial Model 1900 that is often seen in the films of 1960s.
In the final scene a police constable holds a Mauser HSc pistol.