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To the Last Man (1933)

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To the Last Man
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Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Henry Hathaway
Release Date 1933
Language English
Studio Paramount Pictures
Distributor Paramount Pictures
Favorite Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lynn Hayden Randolph Scott
Lynn Hayden as Child Jay Ward
Neil Stanley Barton MacLane
Ann Hayden Stanley Gail Patrick
Jim Daggs Jack La Rue
Jeff Morley Fuzzy Knight
Ellen Colby Esther Ralston
Pete Garon John Carradine
Bill Hayden Buster Crabbe
Mark Hayden Egon Brecher

To the Last Man is a 1933 western film directed by Henry Hathaway based on a story by Zane Grey. Starring Randolph Scott and John Carradine.

The following firearms were used in the film To the Last Man:

Percussion rifle

During the 1865 scenes, a young Lynn Hayden (Jay Ward) is given a percussion rifle by Chet Spelvin (Harlan Knight) and uses it to shoot a rabbit. During the same scene, Jed Colby (Noah Beery) uses a percussion rifle to shoot and kill Spelvin. Sixteen years later, Mark Hayden (Egon Brecher) takes the rifle when he goes looking for Colby.

Lynn takes the percussion rifle from Chet Spelvin.
Lynn admires the rifle.
Lynn aims his rifle at a rabbit.
Lynn takes the rifle from Chet Spelvin after he is shot and killed.
The rifle on Mark Hayden's mantle in 1881.
Mark Hayden aims the rifle at Jed Colby.

Single Action Army

Many characters, such as Lynn Hayden (Randolph Scott), Jim Daggs (Jack La Rue), Jed Colby (Noah Beery), Neil Stanley (Barton MacLane), and Bill Hayden (Buster Crabbe) carry Single Action Army revolvers of various barrel lengths.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Neil Stanley with his SAA drawn on Colby.
Bill Hayden holds his SAA while talking to Lynn Hayden.
An SAA protrudes from a Colby thug's holster.
Jim Daggs with his SAA after the attempted ambush of Lynn Hayden.
One of Colby's men fires his SAA during the siege on the Hayden ranch.
Jed Colby shoots and kills Bill Hayden.
Lynn Hayden draws his SAA while hiding in the Colbys' loft.

Percussion dueling pistol

Mark Hayden (Egon Brecher) receives a Percussion Dueling Pistol as a gift from his son Lynn.

Mark looks at his gift.

Winchester Model 1892

Colby's men, including Jim Daggs (Jack La Rue) carry Winchester Model 1892 rifles and carbines. Among the Haydens, Lynn Hayden (Randolph Scott) carries one throughout the film. His sisters Ann (Gail Patrick) and Molly (Muriel Kirkland) both fire them during the siege from the Colbys.

Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
A Colby thug fires at one of Mary Stanley's (Shirley Temple) dolls.
Lynn runs out of the house with his Winchester when one of Mary's dolls is shot.
Lynn fires a shot at the retreating Colby thugs.
Lynn holds his rifle while consulting with his family.
Lynn fires at the Colby thugs when they surround the ranch.
Ann Hayden Stanley (Gail Patrick) fires at the Colby thugs when they surround the ranch.
A Colby thugs fires at the Hayden house.
Molly Hayden (Muriel Kirkland) fires at the Colby thugs when they surround the ranch.

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