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Talk:Batman Returns

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Umbrella SMG details

Hey guys, here's something that caught my attention yesterday. While watching Batman Returns, the scene with the umbrella smg, I noticed the muzzle flash is blue instead of the typical orange color. Whats even strange is that there is no magazine either. And judging by the diameter of the muzzle, it seemed to fire 9mm rounds. Here are a few pictures for extra detail and this time I SWEAR I DIDN'T USE PRINT SCREEN BUTTON. I used my HD DVD player this time.

The muzzle flash of the machine gun umbrella is blue instead of the typical orange.
The inside of the machine gun umbrella. Note that it dosen't show or have a 9mm round magazine (judging by the diameter of the muzzle) and a possible trigger.

--Gunnerboy (talk) 15:19, 30 June 2013 (EDT)

It's just an acetylene-firing prop or something, it's obviously not a real gun.--Leigh Burne (talk) 15:52, 30 June 2013 (EDT)

Walken/Shreck's Model 15

I rewatched Returns the other day and I think his is actually a stainless revolver, you can tell it better when he first retrieves it from the water and in other shots. In addition the revolver looks to have a shrouded ejector rod socket and slightly longer cylinder making me think it's actually a Smith & Wesson Model 66. I'll see about posting a couple caps up to help show this. StanTheMan (talk) 22:18, 15 December 2014 (EST)

Here we go -

The revolver lays on the ground. Note the rather silver-gray stainless finish.
Shreck picks up the revolver. Note ejector rod shroud.

StanTheMan (talk) 19:00, 17 December 2014 (EST)

Would a dog be able to pull the pin on a hand grenade?

Ignoring the topic of teaching it to do so, would a dog, especially a small poodle, actually be able to pull the pin without hurting itself? IIRC, it takes about 5 lbs of force to pull the pin out and the image in movies of soldiers pulling the pins from hand grenades with their teeth is so prevalent that the military has to specifically tell trainees in basic that doing so will result in pretty severe dental damage. Spartan198 (talk) 09:23, 17 November 2020 (EST)

As I understand canines have generally stronger jaws than humans - one I owned once actually took turns biting and yanking on a chain-link fence for a good couple minutes and while he didn't actually get through or anything, he was pulling pretty good and he didn't seem to be much worse for wear for it - At least I saw no visible injury, anyway. Granted I had a fairly good-sized dog (about 50 pounds - he was a mutt but mostly boxer) so I don't know so much about a smaller breed like a poodle. But I'd say it's hardly impossible. StanTheMan (talk) 22:40, 17 November 2020 (EST)

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