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Le Guignolo (released in English under the original title) is a 1980 French-Italian crime comedy directed by Georges Lautner and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo as a con artist Alexandre Dupré who is accidentally involved in a hunt for microfilm, containing a valuable invention of a recently murdered French scientist.
The following weapons were used in the film Le Guignolo:
Colt Trooper Mk III
A Colt Trooper Mk III with 6" barrel is seen in hands of Joseph's elder assistant (uncredited), then taken from him by Alexandre Dupré (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and given to Achille Sureau (Michel Galabru) who holds the revolver while playing the role of a cheated husband. The abovementioned elder assistant is later seen with a Colt Trooper with a 4" barrel.
Joseph (Georges Géret) and one of his assistants (uncredited) carry Walther P38 pistols. Abdel Fahrad (Charles Gérard) uses a P38 in the scene in the bakery.
What appears to be a Beretta M1915 is seen in hands of Urbino Alfonsi (Aldo Rendine), a hotel detective.
Several unidentifiable revolvers are seen in various scenes.
In several scenes in Venice Italian carabiniers carry Beretta M12 SMGs.
In the final scene some of French gendarmes are armed with MAT-49 SMGs.
Rifles and Assault Rifles
M16A1 Sniper Rifle
Fredo (Tony Kendall), the hitman on Kamal's service, is armed with an M16A1 assault rifle, fitted with a sound suppressor, sniper scope and laser sighting device.
In the final scene many French gendarmes are armed with rifles that appear to be MAS-36s. Most of them are fitted with Tromblon Mle F3 smoke grenade launchers. Guards at the gates of a government building in Paris also are armed wtih MAS-36s.
Tromblon Mle F3 Smoke Grenade Launcher
Tromblon Mle F3 smoke grenade launchers are seen mounted on MAS-36 rifles.