A Walk Among the Tombstones

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A Walk Among the Tombstones
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Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Scott Frank
Release Date 2014
Studio Cross Creek Pictures
Endgame Entertainment
1984 Private Defense Contactors
Exclusive Media
Jersey Films
Double Feature Films
Distributor Universal Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Matthew Scudder Liam Neeson


A Walk Among the Tombstones is a 2014 crime thriller directed by Scott Frank (Godless) and was based on the 1992 novel of the same name written by Lawrence Block. Set during the year 1999, the film stars Liam Neeson as Matthew Scudder, a former cop now working as an unlicensed private investigator who is hired to look into the disappearance and subsequent murder of a drug dealer. Matthew Scudder is the main character of a series of Block's novels, which included 8 Million Ways to Die, that was turned into a 1986 feature film with Jeff Bridges in the role.



The following weapons were used in the film A Walk Among the Tombstones:

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Colt MK IV Series 70

Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) uses a Colt MK IV Series 70 as his sidearm throughout the film.

Colt MK IV Series 70 - .45 ACP
Matthew Scudder fires his Colt at the robbers' getaway car in 1991.
Matthew reloads his Colt MK IV Series 70 after depleting the magazine at the getaway car.
A Close-up of Matthew's Colt, next to his Smith & Wesson Model 640 revolver.
Scudder loads his Colt in preparation for the exchange.
Matthew fires his MK IV Series 70.

Glock 17

Kenny Kristo (Dan Stevens) uses a Glock 17 in the film.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Kenny Kristo fires his Glock 17 at the cemetery.
Kristo holds his Glock 17 at one of the kidnappers.

Glock 19

DEA agents use Glock 19 pistols in the film. Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) also disarms one of the agents who is following him, and briefly uses his Glock.

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Liam Neeson holds a Glock 19 in a publicity still for the film.
Matthew Scudder holds a Glock 19 on one of the DEA agents.
After identifying themselves, the DEA agents pull their own Glocks on Scudder.

Beretta 92FS

TJ (Brian "Astro" Bradley) keeps a Beretta 92FS with a taped grip in his backbag, after he claims to have found it in a dumpster. Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) also handles TJ's Beretta, as he gives him a lesson in gun handling. Ray (David Harbour) also uses a Beretta 92FS in the film, most notably after the exchange at the cemetery.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
TJ holds the Beretta on Scudder, "gangsta" style, after Scudder asks him to demonstate how he would take aim with the pistol.
Scudder shows TJ that even though he has removed the magazine from the pistol, there is still a round in the chamber.
TJ tries to load the magazine in the Beretta.
Ray (David Harbour) holds his Beretta on Scudder during the exchange at the cemetery.

Smith & Wesson 5906

Albert (Adam David Thompson) uses a Smith & Wesson 5906 during the exchange at the cemetery.

Smith & Wesson 5906 (late model with adjustable sights) - 9x19mm
Albert aims his 5906 at Matthew in the shadows.
Albert holds his Smith & Wesson 5906 on Scudder as he closes in to take the money.

Smith & Wesson Model 640

Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 640 revolver as a back-up gun to his MK IV Series 70, and notably uses it at the cemetery shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 640 - .357 Magnum
A Close-up of Matthew's Smith & Wesson Model 640, next to his Colt pistol.
Scudder holds the Model 640 at the cemetery.
Scudder fires his back-up gun at Ray.

Jericho 941 RB Compact

One of the robbers uses a stainless Jericho 941 RB Compact during scene in the beginning of the film that takes place in 1991. It is doubtful a criminal would have had a compact Jericho 941 in 1991, since the pistol was first imported in the US in 1990, and the compact models were developed some time later. The Jericho turns into a American Tactical Imports FS9 in a continuity error.

Jericho 941 RB Compact - 9x19mm
The robber fires his Jericho at Scudder as he flees.

American Tactical Imports FS9

One of the robbers' stainless Jericho 941 RB Compact turns into an American Tactical Imports FS9 (the US import version of the TiSAS Zigana Sport) in a continuity error. The FS9 is also highly anachronistic, since the TiSAS Zigana Sport was only introduced in 2005, and the company, TiSAS, was established in 1993.

TiSAS Zigana Sport (American Tactical Imposts FS9) - 9x19mm
The robber cradles his ATI FS9, as he fumbles after being shot in the leg by Scudder.

M4A1 Carbine

Albert (Adam David Thompson) uses a customized M4A1 Carbine in the film, after the exchange at the cemetery. The carbine has been fitted with a crane stock, a DD M4A1 RIS handguard, flip-up rear and front sights, a scope, and a three-prong flash hider.

Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
Albert fires his customized M4A1 at Scudder.
Albert fires his customized M4A1 at the cemetery.
Albert fires the M4A1 from his van.

Custom Ithaca 37 "Stakeout"

One of the robbers uses a custom Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" shotgun during scene in the beginning of the film that takes place in 1991.

Customized Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" - 12 Gauge
The robber fires his Ithaca at Matthew Scudder.

Winchester Model 70

Peter Kristo (Boyd Holbrook) uses what appears to be a Winchester Model 70 rifle with a scope during the cemetery shootout.

Winchester Model 70 with scope - .30-06
Peter holds the rifle as he makes his way to the cemetery.
Peter takes position with his Model 70.
Peter fires his Winchester at Albert.
A clearer shot of the stock is seen, as Peter falls down.



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