Violent City (aka The Family and Città violenta) is 1970 French/Italian crime film co-written and directed by Sergio Sollima, starring Charles Bronson, Telly Savalas, and Jill Ireland. It was initially released in the US as Violent City, which was the translation of the Italian title, Città violenta. The film was then retitled The Family for a second, much wider, release in 1973, to shamelessly capitalize on the success of The Godfather. (See the poster for The Family on the right.) Producers had initially wanted Jon Voight and Sharon Tate for the leads, but Charles Bronson was already under contract, so he and his wife Jill Ireland were brought in. The film was shot on location in New Orleans and St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands, with some studio scenes filmed at Cinecittà Studios in Rome.
The following weapons appear in the film Violent City:
Another hitman is armed with a Beretta M951.
Smith & Wesson Model 49
Colt Official Police
A police officer (uncredited) fires a nickel plated Colt Official Police at the end of the film.
Winchester Model 1200
Jeff carries a Winchester Model 1200 when he goes into the bayou to kill Vanessa.
In a flashback, Jeff kills Coogan's uncle with a Remington 700.
Jeff goes after Coogan with a suppressed ArmaLite AR-7.
Ruger Model 44
Jeff uses a Ruger Model 44 at the end of the film.