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Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

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Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer is a 1986 horror film directed by John McNaughton that is loosely based on the true story of infamous serial killer Henry Lee Lucas (portrayed in the film by Michael Rooker). Originally intended to be a low budget slasher, the film instead gained accolades for its uncompromising view into the mind of its subject and since gained a cult following. A sequel was released in 1996 with Neil Giuntoli in the role of Henry.

The following firearms were used in the film Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer:

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose

Henry (Michael Rooker) gives Otis (Tom Towles) a snub nosed Smith & Wesson Model 19 which Otis uses to shoot a driver (Rick Paul) who stopped to give assistance to the duo on Chicago's Lower Wacker Drive. In a deleted scene, Otis attempts to put the gun in the dead man's hands to make it look like suicide, which obviously wouldn't work, being that Otis shot him twice in the chest and once in the head.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 snubnose - .357 Magnum
Henry gives the Model 19 to Otis
Otis fires the Model 19
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