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Gun Crazy

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Gun Crazy
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Joseph H. Lewis
Release Date 1950
Language English
Studio King Brothers Productions
Distributor United Artists
Main Cast
Character Actor
Annie Laurie Starr Peggy Cummins
Barton Tare John Dall
Bart Tare (age 14) Russ Tamblyn
Judge Willoughby Morris Carnovsky
Deputy Clyde Boston Harry Lewis
Sheriff Boston Trevor Bardette

The following firearms can be seen in the film Gun Crazy:

Colt M1917

The revolver stolen by teenage Bart Tare (Russ Tamblyn) is an ornate Colt M1917 in a display case in the hardware store window.

Colt M1917 Revolver (Military issue with lanyard ring) - .45 ACP
The Colt M1917 in its case.

Winchester Model 1912

A Winchester Model 1912 is on the far right of the hardware store weapons display.

Winchester Model 1912 12 gauge Riot Gun
A Winchester Model '12 is one of the guns spotted by Bart in the window.

Colt Detective Special

A Colt Detective Special is in the display in front of the M1917 Bart aims to steal.

Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
The Colt DS in front of the M1917.

Remington .22 caliber pump-action rifle

A teenage Bart Tare (Russ Tamblyn) and his friend Clyde Boston (Paul Frison) use what appears to be a Remington .22 caliber pump-action rifle when they go out shooting. When an older Bart (John Dall) is released from reform school and the Army, he fires the rifle again with his friends.

Bart's friend Clyde hands him the rifle.
Bart, eight years older, fires the rifle.

Colt Police Positive

A teenage Bart Tare (Russ Tamblyn) shows off a Colt Police Positive to his friends in the eighth grade classroom. Annie Laurie Starr (Peggy Cummins) carries a nickel plated Colt Police Positive with pearl grips during her crime spree with Bart.

Colt Police Positive with 4" Barrel - .38 spl
Colt Police Positive Nickel w/5" barrel
Bart proudly shows off his Police Positive.
Laurie (Peggy Cummins) fills up the gas with her Colt Police Positive in the other hand.
Laurie (Peggy Cummins) draws her Police Positive on the driver of a Cadillac.
Laurie (Peggy Cummins) tries to fire her Colt as she and Bart (John Dall) get away from a robbery. A famous photo still from the movie.
Laurie (Peggy Cummins) draws her Colt when the police chase them through the mountains.
Laurie's (Peggy Cummins) Colt lays next to her and Bart in the swamp.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Although he later switches to a Colt Official Police, Bart Tare (John Dall) first uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10 during his crime spree with Laurie, using it to hold up a hotel, a liquor store, and a gas station. Several policemen also carry Model 10s.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
Bart (John Dall) holds his S&W on a liquor store clerk.
A California policeman aims his Model 10 at Bart and Laurie.

Colt Official Police

Bart Tare (John Dall) uses a Colt Official Police during his crime spree with Laurie.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel
Bart (John Dall) turns to fire at a police car chasing them after a robbery.
Bart (John Dall) aims at the police car.
Bart (John Dall) pulls his revolver on a taxi driver when escaping from the police dragnet in L.A.
Bart (John Dall) draws his Official Police when he and Laurie are cornered in the swamp.

English dueling pistol

Bart Tare (John Dall) carries around a set of English dueling pistols, most notably seen when he cleans them in his hotel room.

Bart cleans and loads his black powder English pistols.

Thompson M1928

A California police sergeant at a roadblock has a Thompson M1928.

M1928 "Tommy Gun" .45 ACP.
The sergeant with his Thompson.

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