Seventh Victim (Das siebente Opfer), The
The Seventh Victim (Das siebente Opfer; English DVD release title The Racetrack Murders) is a 1964 German detective movie directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and based a novel "Murder Is Not Enough" by Bryan Edgar Wallace (son of better known Edgar Wallace). Lord John Mant (Walter Rilla) owns a horse that is the favourite of the upcoming Royal Ascot horse race. But there are people who want to prevent the victory of Lord John's horse at any cost, including murder.
The film is the sixth installment in the CCC Filmproduktion studio film series (1962-1972), based on the works of Bryan Edgar Wallace.
The following weapons were used in the film The Seventh Victim (Das siebente Opfer):
Arminius HW-1 revolvers are seen in hands of Ed Ranova (Wolfgang Lukschy), Peter Brooks (Hansjörg Felmy), Inspector Bradley (Heinz Engelmann), Lord Mant's butler Irving (Peter Vogel), Turner's accomplice Yo Ma (Anneli Sauli), and Ed Ranova's unnamed bodyguard (Rolf Eden).
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Double Barreled Shotgun
A Double Barreled Shotgun is used as a trap in Avril Mant's room.
Reverend Turner (Hans Nielsen) uses a harpoon gun to commit a murder. Actually, shooting a speargun on land hardly would be practical, much less lethal.
When Irving (Peter Vogel) finds Brooks' assistant Molly Dobson (Trude Herr) searching Lord Mant's documents, he aims a pocket pistol at her. Then the gun turns out to be a lighter pistol.
Note: Underlined titles refer to films that lack any firearms thus are not presented on IMFDB and included in this list only for completeness.