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The Trixxer
DerWixxerCover.jpg
Movie Poster
Country GER.jpg Germany
Directed by Tobi Baumann
Release Date May 20, 2004
Language German
Studio Rat Pack Filmproduktion
Distributor Falcom Media
Main Cast
Character Actor
Even Longer Oliver Kalkofe
Very Long Bastian Pastewka
Miss Pennymarket Tanja Wenzel
Dieter Dubinsky Olli Dittrich
Rather Short Thomas Heinze
Earl of Cockwood Thomas Fritsch
Alfons Hatler Christoph Maria Herbst
Sir John Wolfgang Völz


The Trixxer is a 2004 comedy movie directed by Tobi Baumann which parodies various Edgar Wallace films of the 1950s and 1960s, especially the 1964 movie Der Hexer. Mysterious murders around the tradition-conscious Blackwhite Castle shake London's underworld. A rogue killer is on the loose, called the Wixxer. Scotland Yard puts its best men on the case: Inspector Very Long and Chief Inspector Even Longer, who already have a first suspicion and come to Blackwhite Castle.

After Der Hexer, there was the follow-up film Neues vom Hexer. Accordingly, the title of the second part of Der Wixxer was called Neues vom Wixxer which was released in 2007.


The following weapons were used in the film The Trixxer:


Pistols

Beretta 92FS

The Wixxer uses a Beretta 92FS as his personal sidearm throughout the movie.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
The Beretta 92FS is seen during the opening titles.
The Wixxer confronts trapped Even Longer with his Beretta.
Even:"You miserable coward. Finally, take off your stupid mask!"
Wixxer:"You need to finally put one on!"
The left side is seen.
He holds up his pistol.
Later on, he threatens Cockwood.
Firing the Beretta during an intensive bicycle pursuit.
Chief Inspector Even Longer holds the Beretta on a promotional picture.

Baikal IJ-70

A Baikal IJ-70 is carried by the Earl of Cockwood (Thomas Fritsch).

Baikal IJ-70 - 9x18mm Makarov
Cockwood fires his Baikal as a selection process.
"Ladies, please don't take it so personally. It's just a casting."
Another view of the pistol's right side.
Cockwood picked up the pistol again.
He fires his pistol during the bicycle pursuit.

Walther PPK

Inspector Very Long (Bastian Pastewka) is briefly seen with a Walther PPK.

Walther PPK - .32 ACP
Very Long holds his Walther PPK at the ready. His acting role is a homage to Eddi Arent.

Luger P08

Luger P08s are used by Harry Smeerlap (Lars Rudolph) and the Wixxer.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
A disguised Wixxer (Günther Jauch in a cameo) holds his Luger at the frog with the mask.
He stands up after he had revealed himself on television.
Even gets an unlucky view of Smeerlap's Luger.
Staggering Smeerlap still holds his Luger after getting hit. His acting role is obviously a reference to Klaus Kinski who had multiple performances in various Edgar Wallace movies.

FIE Titan

What appears to be an FIE Titan pocket pistol is drawn by Cockwood.

FIE Titan - .25 ACP
Cockwood holds the Wixxer at gunpoint.
You can guess where he got his gun.
Confident of victory, he swings his pistol around.
"Oops..."

Revolvers

Colt Python

A Colt Python is wielded by Chief Inspector Even Longer (Oliver Kalkofe).

Nickel Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Even holds his drawn revolver while approaching a storeroom.
A front view of him and his revolver.
The Python lies on a carpet.
A view of the right side as Even screams in pain.
Even brandishes his revolver.
A muzzle view.
Chief Inspector Even Longer holds the Colt Python on a promotional picture.

Unknown Revolver

Rather Short (Thomas Heinze) is seen using an unknown revolver in several flashbacks.

Rather Short and Even Longer firing their revolvers.
DerWixxer-Revolver2.jpg
Both lowering their revolvers.
A view from behind reveals the firing range as Rather Short holsters his revolver.
Rather points his revolver at the Wixxer during a flashback.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

Several 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun can be seen in Cockwood's gun cabinet. Cockwood is seen aiming a double-barreled shotgun in a picture shown by Miss Drycunt (Eva Ebner).

Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
DerWixxer-Shotgun1.jpg

Blunderbuss

During the N.S.Y.N.C. - National Syndicate of notorious criminals meeting Robber Hotzenplotz (Václav Krejcí) is seen brandishing a Blunderbuss.

Blunderbuss Flintlock
Hotzenplotz sitting next to the black colorful Abbot holds his Blunderbuss.
The blunderbuss is seen on the left resting on the table opposite the stupid Archer.

Other

Harpoon Gun

A Harpoon Gun is seen fired by the thick shark (Klaus Neumann).

DerWixxer-Harpoon1.jpg

Wixxer's Gun

The Wixxer assembled a mock-up gun at the end of the movie.

DerWixxer-Gun1.jpg
DerWixxer-Gun2.jpg
DerWixxer-Gun3.jpg

SKS Rifle

The deaf Jack (Antoine Monot Jr.) is seen holding a modern scoped SKS rifle on a promotional picture.

SKS with ATI Ultralight folding stock and telescopic sight - 7.62x39mm
DerWixxer-SniperRifle.jpg

See Also

Edgar Wallace
Pre-WWII Films The Squeaker (1931)  •  Sanders of the River (1935)
Edgar Wallace Mysteries (1960–1965) 47 films
Other 1940s-1970s British films and TV series
Rialto Film (1959-1972) Face of the Frog (1959)  •  The Crimson Circle (1960)  •  The Terrible People (1960)  •  The Green Archer (1961)  •  The Dead Eyes of London (1961)  •  The Devil's Daffodil (1961)  •  The Forger of London (1961)  •  The Strange Countess (1961)  •  The Puzzle of the Red Orchid (1962)  •  The Door with Seven Locks (1962)  •  The Inn on the River (1962)  •  The Squeaker (1963)  •  The Black Abbot (1963)  •  The Indian Scarf (1963)  •  Room 13 (1964)  •  The Curse of the Hidden Vault (1964)  •  The Ringer (1964)  •  Traitor's Gate (1964)  •   Again the Ringer (1965)  •  The Sinister Monk (1965)  •  The Hunchback of Soho (1966)  •  The Trygon Factor (1966)  •  Creature with the Blue Hand (1967)  •  The Monk with the Whip (1967)  •  The Horror of Blackwood Castle (1968)  •  The Zombie Walks (1968)  •  Gorilla Gang (1968)  •  The Man with the Glass Eye (1969)  •  Double Face (1969)  •  Angels of Terror (1971)  •  What Have You Done to Solange? (1972)  •  Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (1972)
Harry Alan Towers' British-German Film Series Death Drums Along the River (1963)  •  Coast of Skeletons (1965)  •  Circus of Fear (1966)  •  Five Golden Dragons (1967)
German Kurt Ulrich-Film and CCC-Film Productions The Avenger (1960)  •  The Curse of the Yellow Snake (1963)  •  The Devil Came from Akasava (1971)
Parodies The Trixxer (2004)  •  The Vexxer (2007)



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