|A Pain in the Ass (L'emmerdeur)
Original French Poster
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Oceania Produzioni Internazionali Cinematografiche
A Pain in the Ass (original title L'emmerdeur) is a 1973 French-Italian black comedy directed by Édouard Molinaro and starring Lino Ventura as Ralf Milan, a hitman on a hunt for an important witness. Milan waits with a rifle in a hotel room but all his plans are spoiled by a neurotic salesman François Pignon (Jacques Brel) who decides to commit a suicide in a room next to Milan's.
The film was remade by Francis Veber in 2008 under the same name.
The following weapons were used in the film A Pain in the Ass (L'emmerdeur) (1973):
An Arminius HW-3 is Ralf Milan's (Lino Ventura) backup weapon. In the final scene it is briefly seen in hands of Dr. Fuchs (Jean-Pierre Darras).
Milan draws his revolver from the suitcase.
Wounded Milan holds his revolver in the final scene.
He drops the revolver on the pavement.
MAB Model D
In the final scene several policemen are seen with pistols that appear to be MAB Model D.
MAB Model D Type I - .32 ACP
A policeman holds a pistol during the chase on the rooftops.
In the final scene a plainclothes police inspector is armed with a snub nose revolver.
A police inspector holds a revolver that is seen too blurry to be identified.
MAT-49 SMGs are seen in hands of police in several scenes.
MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
Policemen with MAT-49s escort Randoni.
Police with MAT-49s in the final scene.
Police chase for Milan and Pignon on the rooftops.
Anschütz Target Rifle
The main firearm of Ralf Milan (Lino Ventura) is an Anschütz target rifle (the exact model isn't identified). In the final scene it is hold by François Pignon (Jacques Brel).
The suitcase with disassembled rifle.
Milan assembles the rifle.
Pignon aims the rifle at Milan.