Hanover Street is a 1979 World War II adventure romance directed by Peter Hyams and starring Harrison Ford as Lieutenant David Halloran, an American bomber pilot stationed in London who becomes romantically involved with a married British nurse (Lesley-Anne Down). He then finds himself on a spy mission unexpectedly with the nurse's husband (Christopher Plummer).
The following weapons were used in the film Hanover Street:
Browning M2 Aircraft Heavy Machine Gun
Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I
British troops in London are seen armed with the Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I.
The MP40 is used notably by Lieutenant David Halloran (Harrison Ford) during the escape from the German HQ. It's also seen used by both German forces and French resistance fighters during the escape on the bridge.
The Walther P38 is seen in the hands of a French woman (Suzanne Bertish) who finds Paul Sellinger (Christopher Plummer) and Lt. Halloran (Harrison Ford). It is then seen held by Sellinger while in the German HQ.
The Karabiner 98k is also held by German guards at the headquarters.
The MG34 is seen mounted on the sidecar of a German motorcycle that chases Halloran and Sellinger.
Sten MkII SMG
A Sten Mk II is seen used by resistance fighters.
Bren Mark 1 Light Machine Gun
The Bren Mark 1 LMG is seen used by resistance fighters.