Four Murders Are Enough, Darling
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Four Murders Are Enough, Darling (Czech: Čtyři vraždy stačí, drahoušku) is a 1971 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Oldrich Lipský. In the coupe of train settles dr. James Porter (Viktor Maurer), who is transporting from San Fernando to Michago the check for a million dollars, and starts reads to comics. About his check begin rival two gangs of bandits. Tanned boys from San Jose Bonig under command José Manuel Antonio (Otto Lackovic) and a bunch from Michago leads by Kate Draxl (Iva Janzurová). In the town of Springtown, meanwhile, tries in vain to gain the respect of students the teacher Georg Camel (Lubomír Lipský). He acts like a dork and in the office of a local magazine tries to assert his verses. Unaware about this, the sudden interest in him by graceful editor Sabrina (Jirina Bohdalová), is only comedy for jealous colleague and ex-lover Henry (Jan Preucil). Both bands are convinced that George has the check and trying to get it. Both bosses of mobsters pay bail for him when he was by Police chief Brooks (Jan Libícek) arrested and accused of murder dr. Porter who with a knife in the back rang on his doorbell. He is from prison released, but his troubles are only beginning. In the house in which he lives accommodate members of both gangs. The teacher still enjoys the popularity by mass killer. Everybody fear him and Sabrina now is charmed by him. But the thugs practices are highly indiscriminate, so almost any time the door opens, falls out of them a corpse. Into the town meanwhile were called a police and also criminals reinforcements. Criminals will ensure plenty of corpses, which can be attributed to the unsuspecting teacher.
The following weapons were used in the film Four Murders Are Enough, Darling:
One of San Boingo's gangsters (left) aims at George Camel his CZ DUO pocket pistol.
Unknown Pocket Pistol
Several San Bonigo's gangsters are armed with an unknown pocket pistol.
Colt Police Positive
Colt Single Action Army
The one-eyed San Bonigo's gangster (Zdenek Srstka) (right) aims an unidentified revolver.
Colt New Service
Mle 1892 Revolver
Some gangsters from both bands during a shootout in the garage use a Mle 1892 revolver.