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The Getaway is the 1994 remake of the 1972 Sam Peckinpah-directed crime thriller that starred Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw. The remake stars Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger and was directed by Roger Donaldson.
The following weapons were used in the film The Getaway:
The first shot of the film is Carol McCoy (Kim Basinger) firing a SIG P226 in the desert. It is never seen again after this scene.
Colt Mk IV Gold Cup National Match Enhanced
After trying out several guns in the desert, Carol McCoy (Kim Basinger) picks out a Colt Gold Cup National Match Enhanced for herself. Doc initially refuses, as it's his gun, but she is seen using it through the duration of the film.
Colt Gold Cup National Match (Mark IV, Series 80) Enhanced with stainless steel finish and wraparound rubber grips - .45 ACP
Carol fires the Colt in the desert.
Carol checks her Colt while waiting for Doc outside Benyon's home.
Carol fires her Colt during the hotel gunfight.
Carol McCoy (Kim Basinger) tries out a Walther PPK/S in the desert but doesn't like it, complaining to Doc that the ".380 is too small." Like the SIG, it is never seen again in the film.
Walther PPK/S stainless - .380 ACP.
Carol fires a PPK/S as Doc watches.
Rudy Travis (Michael Madsen) carries a Colt Python revolver, as the Rudy in the original did. In this version, however, the Python has a much shorter barrel and is nickel plated. Fran (Jennifer Tilly) briefly handles it while her and Rudy are staying at the Border Hotel. After knocking out Rudy, Doc takes his revolver from him.
Rudy takes aim at a beer can Doc threw into the air.
Rudy threatens an airplane pilot during the Mexican arrest in the beginning.
Rudy shoots Frank in the car.
Rudy watches Doc and Carol drive up, Colt Python behind his back.
Rudy pushes his Python into Harold's cheek.
Rudy intimidates Harold and Fran into helping him.
Frank Hansen (Philip Seymour Hoffman) uses a Browning Hi-Power during the dog track robbery, most notably seen when he hijacks the truck driver and shoots the guard.
Commercial Browning Hi-Power Mark III - 9x19mm
Frank points his Hi-Power at a truck driver.
Colt Mk IV Series 80 Combat Elite
Carter "Doc" McCoy (Alec Baldwin) carries and uses a two-tone Colt Mk IV Series 80 Combat Elite on several occasions.
Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite - .45 ACP
Doc checks his Mk IV just before the dog track robbery.
Doc hands Carol his Mk IV to show his trust in her.
Doc robs the shotgun clerk with his Mk IV.
Doc hijacks a taxi cab driver.
Doc points his Colt around a wall during a shootout with police.
Doc is surprised to see Rudy standing in the hotel hallway.
Rudy bends down to pick up Doc's Colt.
Doc threatens one of Benyon's thugs.
Smith & Wesson Model 38 Bodyguard
The guard at the dog track tries to draw a Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" from an ankle holster, causing Frank to shoot him several times. Frank picks up the gun and unloads it to show Doc and Rudy why he shot the guard.
Smith and Wesson Model 38 with Bodyguard hammer shroud - .38 Special.
The guard reaches for his ankle holster.
Benyon's main thug, Jim Deer Jackson (David Morse) draws a nickel Desert Eagle when he spots Carol through a hotel window.
Matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
Jackson pulls his Desert Eagle from a shoulder holster.
Jackson is shot in the leg by Carol before he gets a chance to shoot at her.
Beretta 92 Centurion
One of Benyon's thugs in the hotel carries a Beretta 92 Centurion, which Doc disarms him of and tells the thug to run away. This looks like a Centurion because of the shortened barrel (See Second Photo)
One of Benyon's thugs carries his Beretta in the elevator.
The thug is stopped by Doc and Carol.
Benelli M3 Super 90
Carter "Doc" McCoy (Alec Baldwin) purchases a Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun and uses it in several gunfights. During the hotel shootout, Rudy (Michael Madsen) gets ahold of it but only able to fire off one round before the gun is empty.
Benelli M3 Super 90 12 gauge with pistol grip stock combination
Doc aims at a police car with his Benelli shotgun.
Doc aims his Benelli out the back window of their stolen taxi.
Doc fires his Benelli during the hotel shootout.
Jim Deer Jackson (David Morse) uses a pistol-gripped Ithaca 37 during most of the Border Hotel shootout.
Ithaca Model 37 riot with pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Jackson ascends the stairs with his shotgun.
Jackson waits in the hallway with his shotgun.
Jackson looks for the McCoys in the hotel.
Jackson outside Carol's window with his shotgun.
One of Benyon's thugs uses a Remington 870 during the hotel shootout.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge
One of Benyon's thugs uses a Micro Uzi during the hotel shootout.
Micro Uzi with 15 rd magazine - 9mm
Benyon's thug fires at Doc with his Micro Uzi.
When Doc McCoy goes to get his payment for freeing the Mexican's nephew, a Cobray M11/9 can be seen on the table next to the money.
Doc spots a Cobray on the table next to the money.