Klaus Kinski

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Klaus Kinski (1926 - 1991) as Loco with a Single Action Army in The Great Silence (1968).
Klaus Kinski as Wild with a Marlin 1893 in For a Few Dollars More (1965).
Klaus Kinski holds a CZ 27 as Dave Emerson in Creature with the Blue Hand (1967).

Klaus Kinski (born Klaus Günter Karl Nakszynski, October 18, 1926 – November 23, 1991) was a German actor. He appeared in more than 130 films, among which are the well-known films Doctor Zhivago (1965), For a Few Dollars More (1965), A Bullet for the General (1966), The Great Silence (1968), Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1972), Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) and Cobra Verde (1987). His children Nastassja, Pola and Nikolai are also actors.

N.B. A popular legend about the filming of Aguirre, the Wrath of God (which took place on location in the Peruvian rain forest), holds that conditions were so harsh that director Werner Herzog had to carry a handgun to keep the cast and crew at work. Kinski denied the anecdote, stating firmly that there was only one gun on the location, and it was his (with which he shot off one of the extra's fingertips).

Klaus Kinski can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Mauser HSc Edgar Strauss The Dead Eyes of London 1961
Arminius HW-1 Krishna Alexander Jefferson The Squeaker With the adapter for launching the signal flares 1963
Sten Mk II Krishna Alexander Jefferson The Squeaker 1963
Ruby pistol Thomas Fortuna The Black Abbot 1963
NHM Model 9 Peter Ross The Indian Scarf 1963
Smith & Wesson Victory Model Inspector Joe Wright Dr. Mabuse vs. Scotland Yard 1963
FN Model 1900 Inspector Joe Wright Dr. Mabuse vs. Scotland Yard 1963
MP40 Inspector Joe Wright Dr. Mabuse vs. Scotland Yard 1963
Fictional Hand Grenade Inspector Joe Wright Dr. Mabuse vs. Scotland Yard 1963
Arminius HW-1 Boyd The Secret of the Black Widow 1963
Astra 400 Boyd The Secret of the Black Widow 1963
Röhm RG34 Luke Last of the Renegades 1964
Over and Under Rifle/Shotgun George The Curse of the Hidden Vault With sniper scope 1964
Pistole M37 Speranzo The Secret of the Chinese Carnation 1964
Unidentified hand grenade Speranzo The Secret of the Chinese Carnation 1964
Harrington & Richardson Premier Kane Traitor's Gate 1964
M1911 Kane Traitor's Gate With sound suppressor 1964
Unidentified sniper rifle Kane Traitor's Gate 1964
Luger P08 Kane Traitor's Gate Possibly used only by a stunt performer 1964
Reck P6S Edwards Again the Ringer With the adapter for launching the signal flares 1965
Marlin 1893 Wild For a Few Dollars More 1965
Unidentified pistol Schenck That Man in Istanbul (Estanbul 65) Suppressed 1965
Beretta M1934 Manfred Hart Circus of Fear 1966
Spanish Mauser M1893 El Santo A Bullet for the General 1966
Unidentified Hand grenade
CZ 27 Dave Emerson Creature with the Blue Hand 1967
M1911A1 Erich Weiss Grand Slam (Ad ogni costo) 1967
Rossi M27 Gert Five Golden Dragons 1967
Single Action Army Loco The Great Silence 1968
Luger P08 Lt. Col. Hans Müller Five for Hell Suppressed 1969
MP40
Beretta M1934 John Alexander Double Face 1969
MP40 Capt. Holz Commando Attack 1970
Single Action Army Doc Foster A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe 1975
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun Nicolas Tomski Death of a Corrupt Man (Mort d'un pourri) 1977
Sa.25 Wilfried Boese Operation Thunderbolt 1977
Smith & Wesson Model 36 Charleton Code Name: Wild Geese 1984
Colt Model 653
M60
Colt Trooper Mk III Col. Silveira Commando Leopard 1985
M16A1
Unidentified M16 version
Colt Trooper Mk III Karl Gunther Crawlspace 1986
Bolt Action Rifle Francisco Manoel da Silva Slave Coast (Cobra Verde) 1987
Percussion Shotgun
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*

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