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Cinema Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Mick Garris
Release Date 1992
Language English
Studio Ion Pictures
Victor & Grais Productions
Distributor Columbia Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Charles Brady Brian Krause
Mary Brady Alice Krige
Tanya Robertson Mädchen Amick
Captain Soames Ron Perlman
Sheriff Ira Stevens Jim Haynie
Sheriff Jenkins Mark Hamill
Cemetery Caretaker Stephen King
Lab technician John Landis
Deputy Simpson Dan Martin

The following weapons were used in the film Sleepwalkers:


High Standard Flite King

A High Standard Flite King K-1200 shotgun was used by multiple characters in the film. It's first seen on Deputy Andy Simpson's (Dan Martin) police car. It's also seen carried by another deputy in another scene. It's most notably seen used near the end of the film by Sheriff Ira (Jim Haynie).

High Standard FLITE KING K-1200 Riot Standard Model (Catalog #8111) - 12 gauge.
The High Standard shotgun inside Andy Simpson's patrol car.
A deputy is seen carrying the shotgun.
Sheriff Ira (Jim Haynie) holding the shotgun.
Ira with the shotgun.
Ira racks the pump on his shotgun.
Ira aims his High Standard Shotgun...
...and fires.

Colt Official Police

Colt Official Police revolvers were used by many characters in the film. One was first used by Deputy Andy Simpson (Dan Martin) in a confrontation with Charles Brady (Brian Krause). The same revolver was used by Charles Brady. They were also used by a lot of other policemen, including State Police Captain Soames (Ron Perlman). Mary Brady (Alice Krige) is also seen using one.

Colt Official Police - 6" Heavy Barrel - .38 Special
A wounded Simpson aims his Colt revolver.
Simpson (Dan Martin) fires his revolver.
Simpson gets a shot from Charles Brady.
Capt. Soames (Ron Perlman) wields a Colt Official Police.
Deputy Horace (Monty Bane) aims at Mary with his Colt Official Police.
Mary Brady (Alice Krige) fires a captured Official Police.

Colt Detective Special

Sheriff Ira (Jim Haynie) is seen holding what appears to be a 3rd gen Colt Detective Special. He's also the only policeman in the film not to use a Colt Official Police.

Colt Detective Special 3rd Generation - .38 Special
Ira holding the Colt DS.

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