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|Hunter Will Get You|
Hunter Will Get You (USA release title; the original title is L'Alpagueur which is a French slang word for "bounty hunter") is a 1976 French crime movie directed by Philippe Labro. Jean-Paul Belmondo appears as a bounty hunter who is in pursuit of a ruthless criminal known as L'Epervier ("Sparrowhawk") (Bruno Cremer).
The following weapons are seen in the movie Hunter Will Get You (L'Alpagueur):
Smith & Wesson Model 14
A Smith & Wesson Model 14 revolver is a personal weapon of prison guard Granier (Claude Brosset). L'Alpagueur (Jean-Paul Belmondo) takes the revolver from Granier and uses it himself in several scenes.
Smith & Wesson Model 14 Target Masterpiece with S&W Target grips - .38 Special
Granier draws his revolver.
Granier aims the revolver at L'Alpagueur.
L'Alpagueur holds the revolver during the prison break.
A close view at the revolver.
Costa examines the revolver with admiration.
L'Alpagueur holds the revolver in the scene in Spitzer's hideout.
One of Spitzer's henchmen is armed with a snub nose revolver that resemble Colt Detective Special but has a ramp front sight and a longer ejector rod. For a short time this revolver is used by Costa Valdez (Patrick Fierry).
L'Alpagueur gives the revolver to Costa. The incapacitated henchman is seen at the left.
A grip can be seen. Note the lack of Colt logo.
Costa holds the revolver. Note the ramp front sight which is not typical for Colt DS revolvers.
6-round cylinder can be seen.
The henchman gets back his revolver and fires it.
Two snub nose revolvers are seen in the scene of the meeting of three crime bosses and corrupt police Commissaire Gavarni (Francis Huger).
A Walther P38 is L'Epervier's (Bruno Cremer) favoured weapon. It is used mostly with a large sound suppressor (definitely fake).
Walther P38 pistol - 9x19mm
L'Epervier aims his suppressed P38 at bank clerk.
Another view at the same scene.
L'Epervier holds P38 with removed suppressor.
A close view at the pistol in the final scene.
L'Epervier attaches the suppressor to the pistol...
...and aims the suppressed pistol at Costa Valdez.
M1911-style pistol 1
In the opening scene L'Alpagueur (Jean-Paul Belmondo) is seen with a bright nickel or chrome plated M1911A1-style pistol. Later this pistol is carried by inspector Doumecq (Victor Garrivier), and in the final scene it is again used by L'Alpagueur.
L'Alpagueur gives his pistol to inspector Doumecq in the opening scene.
Doumecq takes the pistol from the safe.
A closer view at the pistol.
Doumecq fires the pistol during the shootout with Spitzer's henchmen.
A close view at the muzzle.
Doumecq holds discharged pistol.
Doumecq gives the pistol to L'Alpagueur.
L'Alpagueur holds the pistol.
M1911-style pistol 2
Another pistol carried by inspector Doumecq (Victor Garrivier) is also some M1911 version. It looks mostly like a standard M1911A1 with custom grips. This pistol is later used by Costa Valdez (Patrick Fierry).
Doumecq takes the pistol from the safe. Three more pistols and a box of .45 cartridges are seen in the safe; one of these pistols is a forementioned nickel plated M1911.
Costa Valdez takes the pistol from the glovebox in Doumecq's car.
Costa examines the pistol.
A close view at the grip.
MAB Model D
MAB Model D pistols are used by French police. In one scene L'Epervier (Bruno Cremer), disguised as a policeman, carries MAB pistol.
MAB Model D Type I - .32 ACP
A plainclothes police detective holds a MAB pistol in the opening scene.
L'Epervier, disguised as a policeman, holds MAB pistol.
L'Epervier fires his pistol.
A Luger P08 is seen in the scene of the meeting of three crime bosses and corrupt police Commissaire Gavarni (Francis Huger).
Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is blank adapted movie gun.
One of the trio of crime bosses (Jacques Destoop
) gives his P08 to Commissaire Gavarni.
Later he takes back his pistol.
Rubber prop pistol
L'Epervier gives a rubber prop pistol to Costa Valdez for robbery of a jewelry store. During the robbery the rubber pistol switches to a Walther PP that looks like a real gun.
Costa holds a rubber pistol.
In the scene of the robbery of a jewelry store Costa's rubber prop pistol switches to a Walther PP that looks like a real gun.
Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP. Though most of the pistols built immediately after the war were made by Manurhin
of France (under license), the guns are marked "Made in West Germany"
A MAT-49 is very briefly seen in one scene.
MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
A policeman holds MAT-49.
High Standard Flite King
A High Standard Flite King shotgun is Spitzer's (Jean Négroni) weapon. L'Alpagueur (Jean-Paul Belmondo) takes this shotgun and uses it himself.
High Standard Model K-1200 Riot Deluxe Model - 12 gauge
A shotun is seen in Spitzer's room.
L'Alpagueur holds the shotgun.
A spend cartridge is seen.
Stevens Model 620 Trench Gun
A shotgun in "trench gun" configuration is used by one of Spitzer's henchmen (Jean-Luc Boutté). Due to its general view it is supposed to be a Stevens Model 620 Trench Gun.
Stevens Model 620 Trench Gun - 12 gauge
Two henchmen with their shotguns. The man at the right carries an unidentified gun.
The henchman holds his shotgun.
A close view at the receiver.
A close view at the muzzle.
The henchman fires his shotgun.
A Manufrance Rapid shotgun is carried by the henchman in black beret.
Manufacture Française d'Armes et Cycles de Saint-Etienne (Manufrance) Rapid shotgun
L'Alpagueur surprises the henchman with his own shotgun.
The cowardly henchman hides during the shootout.
He appeares from the room with his shotgun in hand...
...and drops his weapon when L'Alpagueur aims at him.
The falling shotgun is seen from the other side.
An unidentified shotgun is seen in hands of the elder henchman.
They aim their weapons at Costa. Some device is attached to the muzzle of the shotgun at the left.
The elder henchman holds his weapon at the background.
The elder henchman with his shotgun is seen behind Costa.
The elder henchman is shot and drops his weapon.