Harvey Keitel

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| ''[[Mean Streets]]'' || [[Colt Detective Special]] || Charlie || || 1973
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| [[Colt Detective Special]] || Charlie ||''[[Mean Streets]]'' || || 1973
 
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| ''[[Taxi Driver]]'' || [[Smith & Wesson Model 10]] || Sport || Nickel Plated || 1976
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 10]] || Sport ||''[[Taxi Driver]]'' || Nickel Plated || 1976
 
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| ''[[Reservoir Dogs]]'' || [[Smith & Wesson 639]] || Mr. White || || 1992
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| [[Flintlock Pistol]] || Feraud  ||''[[The Duellists]]'' |||| 1977
 
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| ''[[Reservoir Dogs]]'' || [[Smith & Wesson 659]] || Mr. White || || 1992
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| [[Smith & Wesson 639]] || Mr. White || ''[[Reservoir Dogs]]'' |||| 1992
 
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| ''[[Bad Lieutenant]]'' || [[Ruger SP-101]] || The Lieutenant || || 1992
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| [[Smith & Wesson 659]] || Mr. White ||''[[Reservoir Dogs]]'' || || 1992
 
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| ''[[Rising Sun]]'' || [[Smith & Wesson 5906]] || Lt. Tom Graham || || 1992
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| [[Ruger SP-101]] || The Lieutenant || ''[[Bad Lieutenant]]'' |||| 1992
 
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| ''[[Point of No Return]]'' || [[Walther PPK]] || Victor the Cleaner || suppressed || 1993
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| [[Smith & Wesson 5906]] || Lt. Tom Graham || ''[[Rising Sun]]'' || || 1992
 
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| ''[[Get Shorty]]'' || [[Smith & Wesson Model 686]] || himself || || 1995
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| [[Walther PPK]] || Victor the Cleaner ||''[[Point of No Return]]'' || suppressed || 1993
 
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| ''[[From Dusk Till Dawn]]'' || [[Mossberg 500]] || Jacob Fuller || || 1996
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 686]]|| himself ||''[[Get Shorty]]''  || || 1995
 
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| ''[[Copland]]'' || [[Smith & Wesson Model 36]] || NYPD Officer Ray Donlan || || 1997
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| [[Mossberg 500]] || Jacob Fuller ||''[[From Dusk Till Dawn]]'' || synthetic loop foregrip || 1996
 
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| ''[[Copland]]'' || [[Glock 19]] || NYPD Officer Ray Donlan || || 1997
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 36]] || NYPD Officer Ray Donlan ||''[[Copland]]'' || || 1997
 
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| ''[[City of Industry]]'' || [[SIG-Sauer P229]] || Roy Egan || || 1997
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|[[Glock 19]] || NYPD Officer Ray Donlan ||  ''[[Copland]]'' || || 1997
 
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| ''[[City of Industry]]'' || [[M1911]] || Roy Egan || || 1997
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| [[SIG-Sauer P229]] || Roy Egan ||''[[City of Industry]]'' || || 1997
 
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| ''[[U-571]]'' || [[M1911A1]] || CPO Henry Klough || || 2000
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| [[M1911]] || Roy Egan ||''[[City of Industry]]'' || || 1997
 
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| ''[[The Grey Zone]]'' || [[Walther P38]] || SS-Oberscharfuhrer Eric Muhsfeldt || || 2001
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| [[M1911A1]] || CPO Henry Klough || ''[[U-571]]'' || || 2000
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| | [[Walther P38]] || SS-Oberscharfuhrer Eric Muhsfeldt ||''[[The Grey Zone]]'' || || 2001
 
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| ''[[Life on Mars]]'' || [[Colt Detective Special]] || NYPD Det. Gene Hunt || || 2009
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|[[Colt Detective Special]] || NYPD Det. Gene Hunt || ''[[Life on Mars]]'' ||  || 2009
 
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Revision as of 18:35, 30 May 2011

Harvey Keitel as Mr. White with a Smith & Wesson 639 in Reservoir Dogs.

Harvey Keitel used the following firearms as the following characters in the following movies and television series:

Film

Title Gun Character Note Date
Colt Detective Special Charlie Mean Streets 1973
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Sport Taxi Driver Nickel Plated 1976
Flintlock Pistol Feraud The Duellists 1977
Smith & Wesson 639 Mr. White Reservoir Dogs 1992
Smith & Wesson 659 Mr. White Reservoir Dogs 1992
Ruger SP-101 The Lieutenant Bad Lieutenant 1992
Smith & Wesson 5906 Lt. Tom Graham Rising Sun 1992
Walther PPK Victor the Cleaner Point of No Return suppressed 1993
Smith & Wesson Model 686 himself Get Shorty 1995
Mossberg 500 Jacob Fuller From Dusk Till Dawn synthetic loop foregrip 1996
Smith & Wesson Model 36 NYPD Officer Ray Donlan Copland 1997
Glock 19 NYPD Officer Ray Donlan Copland 1997
SIG-Sauer P229 Roy Egan City of Industry 1997
M1911 Roy Egan City of Industry 1997
M1911A1 CPO Henry Klough U-571 2000
Walther P38 SS-Oberscharfuhrer Eric Muhsfeldt The Grey Zone 2001

Television

Gun Character Title Note Date
Colt Detective Special NYPD Det. Gene Hunt Life on Mars 2009



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