Roadracers is a 1994 made for television film that was the first English language film directed by Robert Rodriguez. Originally part of a film anthology that aired on the Showtime network, the drama starred David Arquette as a rebellious young man in the 1950's who is at odds with the local sheriff and his son. The film also co-starred Salma Hayek, who made her American film debut.
The following weapons were used in the film Roadracers:
Smith & Wesson Model 60 Snubnose
Teddy Leather (Jason Wiles) is given what appears to be a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Model 60 by his father Sarge (William Sadler) to use against Dude Delaney (David Arquette). Later, Teddy´s girlfriend Julie (Tammy Brady Conrad), is seen with the revolver.
Classic Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special
Sarge discreetly hands Teddy the Smith & Wesson.
Teddy leave the car with the S&W.
Teddy fires the S&W at Dude.
Julie picks up the revolver.
A closeup of the Smith & Wesson Model 60
. Note the S&W logo and trademark info on the frame as well as the ejector rod with the front lock and the Baughman Front Ramp sight. All features identifying the revolver as being a Smith & Wesson.
Double Barreled sawed off shotgun
Dude Delaney (David Arquette) uses a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun when he shoots it out with Teddy Leather.
Spanish Zabala Shotgun - 12 gauge.
Dude opens his shotgun to reload for the confrontation with Sarge (William Sadler
Sarge (William Sadler) is seen taking out an Ithaca 37 shotgun while chasing down Dude.
Sarge (William Sadler
) leans out the window with the shotgun when he tries to shoot Dude.
Serge tries to shoot at Dude with the shotgun.