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Old Men in New Cars
Old Men in New Cars (original title Gamle Mænd i Nye Biler) is a 2002 Danish black comedy movie directed by Lasse Spang Olsen. This movie is a prequel to In China They Eat Dogs (1999).
The following weapons were used in the film Old Men in New Cars:
Beretta 92F is a favoured gun of Harald Blixen (Kim Bodnia).
During the bank robbery Ludvig (Torkel Petersson) is armed with Desert Eagle. The pistol is never seen well enough so its model is unidentified. A Desert Eagle is also used by Ludvig during the night shootout with Ratco's gang.
Heckler & Koch USP
When Harold and Ludvig escape after the robbery, pursued by police, Ludvig's pistol somehow changes to Heckler & Koch USP. This can be a production gaffe, or Ludvig could take this pistol from a wounded or killed policeman off-screen.
Unidentified pistol 2
A pistol is seen during the hijack of the cargo plane.
Madsen M50 and M53
In the scenes of bank robbery and hijacking of the cargo plane Danish police SWAT are armed with Madsen M50 and Madsen M53 submachine guns. During the night shootout Ratco (Slavko Labovic) is also seen with Madsen M50.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
In the scenes of bank robbery and hijacking of the cargo plane Danish police SWAT are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns.
Uzi SMG is briefly seen in hands of one of Ratco's men during the night shootout.
Unidentified pump action shotgun
Unidentified pump action shotgun is briefly seen in hands of one of Ratco's men during the night shootout.
Sa vz. 58
The Sa vz. 58 is briefly seen in hands of one of Ratco's men during the night shootout.