Sea of Love is a 1989 thriller directed by Harold Becker and stars Al Pacino as Frank Keller, an NYPD detective who investigates a series of murders involving men who answered a personal ad placed in a New York paper. As Keller struggles with his addictions, he finds himself attracted to a woman who may be a prime suspect. The film's cast included Ellen Barkin, John Goodman, and Michael Rooker.
The following weapons were used in the film Sea of Love:
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Smith & Wesson Model 36
NYPD Detectives Frank Keller (Al Pacino) and Sherman Touhey (John Goodman) carry Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers as their sidearms.
Frank pulls the S&W from his ankle holster.
NYPD Detective Frank Keller (Al Pacino
) with his Model 36 drawn.
Det. Sherman Touhey (John Goodman
) holds his model 36 as he lets Frank into the apartment.
Frank's model 36 on his nightstand.
In a deleted scene, Frank pulls his S&W when confronting a suspected gunman.
A Harrington & Richardson Premier break top revolver is used as a murder weapon throughout the film. Frank also uses the revolver as well.
Harrington & Richardson Premier revolver
The H&R Premier revolver lies on the floor.
The Premier's hammer is cocked back when held on Frank.
Frank with the H&R Premier.
New England Firearms Model B22 Starter Pistol
Helen (Ellen Barkin) carries a New England Firearms Model B22 starter pistol in her purse that Frank mistakes for a revolver.
New England Firearms Model B22 - .22 Short blanks
Frank spots the grip of what he thinks is a revolver in Helen's purse.
Frank holding Helen's starter pistol.
Frank sees the closed off barrel.
In a deleted scene, a suspected gunman pulls his Walther PPK/S when Frank confronts him on the sidewalk.
In a deleted scene, a suspected gunman pulls his Walther PPK/S
when Frank confronts him on the sidewalk.