Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

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Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
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Movie Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Tom Shadyac
Release Date 1994
Studio Morgan Creek Productions
Distributor Warner Bros.
Main Cast
Character Actor
Ace Ventura Jim Carrey
Melissa Robinson Courtney Cox
Lt. Lois Einhorn Sean Young
Emilio Tone Loc
Himself Dan Marino
Roc Tiny Ron
Sgt. Aguado John Capodice
Mr. Finkle Bill Zuckert


Ace Ventura: Pet Detective is a 1994 comedy starring Jim Carrey as a private investigator who specializes in recovering lost pets. In the film, he takes on the case of the missing mascot of the Miami Dolphins football team. Carrey would reprise his role in 1995's Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls.


The following weapons were used in the film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective:

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Smith & Wesson Model 65

Lt. Lois Einhorn (Sean Young) is seen threatening Ace with a Smith & Wesson Model 65.

Smith and Wesson Model 65 .357 Magnum
Lt. Lois Einhorn (Sean Young) threatening Ace with a Smith & Wesson Model 65.
Einhorn continues to hold her Model 65 on Ace (while he's crying and begging for his life).
"What would YOU, know about pressure?" Einhorn cocks her Model 65.
"Well, I have kissed a man." Einhorn aims her Smith & Wesson at Ace again (At least he's tougher this time.)
"THE LACES WERE IN!" Einhorn fires the Model 65 at the TV in anger when a passing mention of Ray Finkle's (Who is actually Einhorn in disguise) failed Super Bowl kick is made.

Colt Python

Roc (Tiny Ron), one of the criminals kidnapping former NFL quarterback Dan Marino (played by Marino himself) uses a nickel Colt Python when Ace (Jim Carrey) is chasing them. Melissa Robinson (Courtney Cox) also uses one during her fake hostage taking of Ace's friend Emilio (Tone Loc) in order to distract the Miami police.

Stainless steel Colt Python, note that the one in the film has a longer barrel .357 Magnum
Roc (Tiny Ron) fires at Ace with his Colt Python (which Ace catches the bullet in his teeth!)
Melissa holds a Colt Python on Emilio to distract the police long enough for Ace to tell the whole truth behind the case.

Colt Commander

Sgt. Aguado (John Capodice) uses a nickel Colt Commander as his sidearm throughout the film.

Stainless steel Colt Commander .45 ACP
Sgt. Aguado aims his Commander at Ace.

Beretta 92F

The Beretta 92F is the standard sidearm for the Miami police.

Beretta 92F 9mm
The police officers behind Aguado aim their Berettas at Ace.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

Miami SWAT officers also use Heckler & Koch MP5A2s.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with mounted flashlight 9mm
The Miami SWAT officers aim their MP5s at Ace.

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

When Ace goes out to Ray Finkle's home during his investigation, he is confronted by Ray's father (Bill Zuckert) who greets him at the door by sticking both barrels of a Double Barreled Shotgun through the sliding viewport, cocked and loaded, directly into Ace's face.

1960s-era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge



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