To Skin a Spy (Avec la peau des autres)
To Skin a Spy (French title Avec la peau des autres, Italian title Sciarada per quattro spie) is a 1966 French-Italian spy thriller directed by Jacques Deray and based on the novel by Gilles Perrault. Pascal Fabre (Lino Ventura), a French intelligence operative, is sent to Vienna to clear up suspicions that the head of the French intelligence network in Austria, Margeri (Jean Bouise), is a double agent. The situation is complicated by the fact that Soviet agent Chalieff (Wolfgang Preiss) and his men unfold a real hunt for a microfilm that is hidden in Margeri's cane.
The following weapons were used in the film To Skin a Spy (Avec la peau des autres):
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
FN Model 1922
One of Chalieff's henchmen holds a Luger P08 in the scene in the photo studio.
Unique Model 17
When Chalieff's henchmen kidnap Margeri, one of them (Paul Pavel) is armed with a Unique Model 17.
Two of Chalieff's henchmen carry M1911-style pistols. These guns are seen very briefly and unclear.