|What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?
Theatrical release poster
||The Mirisch Corporation
||United Artists |
MGM/UA Home Entertainment
The following weapons were used in the film What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Captain Lionel Cash (Dick Shawn), Lieutenant Christian (James Coburn), Sergeant Rizzo (Aldo Ray), Needleman (Art Lewis), and an Italian soldier are seen with M1911A1s.
World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Captain Cash holds his pistol at the ready.
Lieutenant Christian points an M1911A1. The slide is partially drawn back, suggesting a stovepipe jam has occurred.
Sergeant Rizzo points an M1911A1 while wearing an Italian uniform.
While wearing an Italian uniform, Needleman takes Major Pott's pistol.
Sergeant Rizzo hands his M1911A1 to an Italian soldier. It appears that the hammer is cocked.
The Italian soldier (right) examines Sergeant Rizzo's pistol.
Captain Oppo (Sergio Fantoni) carries a Beretta M1934.
Captain Oppo points his pistol at Lt. Christian.
Captain Oppo aims the pistol.
Capt. Cash uses a Walther P38 in one scene.
Walther P38 pistol, World War II dated - 9x19mm
While wearing a German uniform, Capt. Cash (background) raises a pistol while preparing to fire.
Capt. Cash aims at a German officer.
US Army soldiers, Lt. Christian, Sgt. Rizzo, and Minow (William Bryant) carry M1928A1 Thompsons with no cooling fins on the barrel.
M1928A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
A soldier carries a Thompson during the amphibious landing on Sicily.
Lt. Christian (third from right) holds a Thompson. Sgt. Rizzo (second from right) also holds a Thompson. Capt. Cash (right) holds an M1911A1. Needleman (center) holds an M1 Garand with fixed bayonet. The soldier behind Needleman holds a Thompson. The soldier second from left holds an M1 carbine.
Minow holds his Thompson at the ready.
While wearing German uniforms, US Army soldiers point Thompsons.
M3 Grease Gun
A US Army soldier is seen with an M3 Grease Gun.
M3 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP
An M7 Priest crew member (right) is armed with an M3.
Sgt. Rizzo and US Army soldiers are seen with MP40s.
While wearing German uniforms, US Army soldiers point MP40s at German soldiers.
While wearing a German uniform, Sgt. Rizzo points an MP40.
Beretta Model 38A
An Italian soldier uses a Beretta Model 38A submachine gun.
Beretta Model 38A with 20-round magazine - 9x19mm
An Italian soldier fires a Beretta Model 38A. The ejected blank shell casing is visible at top center.
General Bolt (Carroll O'Connor), Needleman and US Army soldiers are armed with M1 Garands.
M1 Garand with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
US Army soldiers carry M1 Garands during the amphibious landing on Sicily.
Needleman (left) carries an M1 Garand with M1 bayonet attached. Lt. Christian (right) points an M1928 Thompson.
An M1 Garand is seen next to Gen. Bolt.
The muzzles of 2 M1 Garands are seen.
US Army soldiers are seen with M1 Carbines. All of the M1 carbines in the film have a bayonet lug, indicating they were manufactured after 1944.
M1 Carbine (Post-WWII) - .30 Carbine
A US Army soldier carries an M1 during the amphibious landing on Sicily.
A US Army soldier is armed with an M1 carbine.
A US Army soldier aims an M1 carbine.
Mauser Karabiner 98AZ
German soldiers are equipped with Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbines. Sgt. Rizzo, Minow, Needlman, and other US Army soldiers are also seen with them.
Mauser Karabiner 98AZ - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German sentry carries a Karabiner 98AZ.
A German squad and sentries carry Karabiner 98AZ.
While wearing German uniforms, Sgt. Rizzo (left) and Minow (right) carry Kar98AZ.
While wearing a German uniform, Needleman carries a Kar98AZ.
While wearing German uniforms, US Army soldiers carry Kar98AZ.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
Italian soldiers are armed with Mauser Gewehr 1898s.
Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Italian soldiers attack with Mauser Gewehr 1898s.
An Italian soldier holds a Gewehr in one hand while smoking a cigarette. The Lange Visier
rear sight is visible.
US Army soldiers and Capt. Oppo use Sturmgewehr 44 rifles.
Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm Kurz.
Sturmgewehr 44 rifles are seen.
US Army soldiers arm themselves with Sturmgewehr 44 rifles.
While wearing a German uniform, Capt. Oppo (left background) advances with a Sturmgewehr 44. The magazine is visible (red arrow).
Capt.Oppo closes with the Germans.
Browning Automatic Rifle
US Army soldiers are seen with Browning Automatic Rifles.
M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle
M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
A US Army soldier (right) aims an M1918 BAR.
While wearing a German uniform, Minow (center) points an M1918 BAR.
While wearing a German uniform, a US Army soldier (right) points an M1918 BAR.
M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle
M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle without carry handle - .30-06
A US Army soldier carries an M1918A2 BAR.
US Army soldiers use the Browning M1917A1 mounted on jeeps.
Browning M1917A1 - .30-06
An M1917A1 is mounted on a jeep.
An M1917A1 is mounted on a jeep.
US Army soldiers use the Browning AN/M2 mounted on a tripod.
Browning AN/M2, flexible mount - .30-06 Springfield
US Army soldiers fire a Browning AN/M2.
Another view of the Browning AN/M2 shows the spade grips.
A Browning AN/M2 is mounted on a jeep.
US Army soldiers use Browning M2HB machine guns mounted on vehicles.
Browning M2 Heavy Barrel - .50 BMG
An M2HB is mounted on a jeep.
The Browning M2HB is also seen in the M45 Quadmount configuration.
Browning M2 Heavy Barrel - .50 BMG
M2HBs mounted on the M45 Quadmount (right).
M2HBs mounted on the M45 Quadmount firing at night. Only two guns fire at a time.
The gun on the upper right is never shown firing.
Vickers Aircraft Machine Gun
German soldiers use a Vickers Aircraft Machine Gun modified with grips and a tripod mount, standing in for a German heavy machine gun.
Vickers Aircraft Machine Gun - .303 British
German soldiers crew a Vickers Aircraft Machine Gun.
Another view of the Vickers.
German soldiers use the MG34.
MG34 with front and rear sights folded down - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The barrel of an MG34 is seen behind the driver.
A German soldier (second from left) holds an MG34. The German soldier at left holds a Mauser Karabiner 98AZ.
An MG34 is mounted on a motorcycle sidecar. Another MG34 is atop the halftrack, an American M3 painted with German markings.
M20 Super Bazooka
A US Army soldier is seen firing an M20 "Super Bazooka". It is anachronistic, as the film is set in 1943 and the M20 entered service in 1950.
M20B1 "Super Bazooka" - 3.5"
A US Army soldier fires an M20.
During the opening credits, US Army soldiers (left background) are seen with M20s.
A US Army soldier uses an M2 Flamethrower.
A US Army soldier operates an M2-2 flamethrower. The rifle in the left foreground is an M1 carbine.
US Army soldiers use an M1 mortar.
A US Army soldier loads an M1 mortar
The 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 commonly known as the M7 Priest is seen the film.
An M7 Priest is seen in the left foreground, and another in center background under the tree.
An M4 Sherman tank is seen.
An M4 Sherman moves forward.
M4 Sherman mockup
An M4 Sherman tank is mocked up as a German tank.
M4 standing in for a German tank. An MG34 is mounted on the top of the turret.
Another view of the M4 standing in for a German tank.
Bofors 40mm L/60 gun
Bofors 40mm anitaircraft guns are used by US Army crews.
T66 Rocket Launcher
A T66 rocket launcher is seen firing M16 4.5" rockets. It is anachronistic, as the film is set in 1943 while the T66 and M16 rocket both entered service in 1945.
German soldiers use unknown artillery.
German artillery crews fire their guns.
An M40 or M43 chassis is mocked up as a German self-propelled gun. The 155mm Gun Motor Carriage M40 and 203mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M43 were built on the same chassis, a lengthened and widened M4A3 Sherman chassis.
M40/M43 chassis mocked up as a German gun.