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Original Italian poster
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Violent Naples (original title Napoli violenta, also released as Death Dealers) is a 1976 Italian crime movie, a sequel to Violent City (1975), followed in turn by A Special Cop in Action (1976). Unlike the first and the third movies of the trilogy, this film is directed by Umberto Lenzi. Maurizio Merli appears again as Commissioner Betti who is transferred to Naples and is now waging a war against the Camorra boss, known as "The General".
The following weapons were used in the film Violent Naples (Napoli violenta):
Commissioner Betti (Maurizio Merli) and other police detectives, as well as various criminals use Beretta M1951 pistols.
Albini holds the robbers at gunpoint.
One of Franco Casagrande's henchmen holds a Beretta during the bank heist.
Commissioner Betti on the roof of funicular with M1951 in hand.
Betti holds his Beretta after unsuccessful assassination attempt in Genoa.
An assassin in Genoa uses a Mauser C99 pistol. This model of "Broomhandle" can be distinguished for its typical "slab side".
A Mauser C99 "Regia Marina"
The assassin fires at Betti.
A Walther P38 is used by one of Franco Casagrande's henchmen during the bank heist. In the final scene Commissioner Betti (Maurizio Merli) fires a P38.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
A blurry but still identifiable image of P38.
Riva Esterina Dobermann
In several scenes an unnamed robber (Luciano Rossi) uses a snub nose revolver that appears to be a Riva Esterina Dobermann due to the shape of the front sight and the ejector rod socket. Another snub nose revolver is seen in the car of Casagrande's gang.
Riva Esterina Dobermann - .38 Special
A robber aims his revolver at a couple in car.
The same robber tries to assault another couple but is surprised as they appear to be undercover cops.
The revolver is seen in the car used by Casagrande's gang.
In one scene "The General"'s henchman fires a revolver from a car.
The revolver is seen unclear.
The six-shot cylinder can be seen.
Francesco Capuano's bodyguard Maffei (Giovanni Cianfriglia) carries a revolver.
Maffei draws his revolver.
He fires at criminals who try to kidnap his boss.
One more view of Maffei's revolver.
In the final scene "The General" (Barry Sullivan) appears with a revolver.
Another view of the revolver.
A Beretta M12 is used by Franco Casagrande (Elio Zamuto). M12s are also used by police.
Franco Casagrande aims his Beretta M12 during the first bank robbery.
A Beretta M12 is hidden inside a trash can by a policeman, disguised as a janitor.
A Beretta M12 is seen inside a police minivan.
Casagrande holds his Beretta during the second bank robbery.
Casagrande takes passengers of funicular as hostages.
Sten Mk II
Two of Franco Casagrande's henchmen (Franco Marino and Domenico Di Costanzo) carry Sten Mk II SMGs during bank heists.
Sten Mk II (Canadian) - 9x19mm
In one scene a plainclothes police detective holds a submachine gun that appears to be a Spanish Star Si35 (also known as RU35 and TN35).
Star Si35 SMG - 9 mm Largo