Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Hollow

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Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Hollow (2004)

The following weapons were used in the film Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Hollow:



Smith & Wesson Model 10

When Sir Henry Angkatell (Edward Hardwicke) takes the guests for "a spot of target practice" on his home shooting range, he allows Edward Angkatell (Jamie de Courcey), Henrietta Savernake (Megan Dodds), Gerda Christow (Claire Price), and Lucy Angkatell (Sarah Miles) to fire a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
The Smith & Wesson is fired at Sir Henry's target range.
Gerda blindly fires the Smith & Wesson.
Lucy takes careful aim with the Smith & Wesson.
Sir Henry shows Gerda how to load the Smith & Wesson.

Colt Official Police

Gerda Christow (Claire Price) is found by the pool with a Colt Official Police in her hand, which Henrietta (Megan Dodds) abruptly takes from her and tosses into the pool. It is later recovered and presented to Sir Henry (Edward Hardwicke), who inspects it and confirms that it comes from his collection, where he had it labeled as a "Colt .38."

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel - .38 Special
Gerda holds the Official Police.
The Official Police, wet after it was recovered from the Angkatells' swimming pool.
Gerda takes Sir Henry's Official Police.

Mauser 1910

Sir Henry (Edward Hardwicke) also has a Mauser 1910 Pocket Pistol in his collection that his butler Gudgeon (Edward Fox) had supposedly polished on the day of the murder. "But that is not a revolver, that is an automatic pistol," as Poirot corrects Gudgeon during the investigation. Lucy Angkatell (Sarah Miles) identifies it properly as "the Mauser .25."

1910 Mauser Pocket Pistol - 6.35x16mmSR
Gudgeon points out the Mauser pocket pistol that he had seen on the day of the murder.

Smith & Wesson 4th Model

Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) finds a nickel Smith & Wesson 4th Model revolver inside a horse sculpture. After the murder, Sir Henry reports that the gun missing from his collection is "a .38 Smith & Wesson" and its holster, taken by Gerda Christow (Claire Price).

Smith & Wesson 4th Model Double Action - .32 S&W
Poirot reveals the revolver hidden inside the horse.
Poirot carefully extracts the revolver.
Gerda pulls out Sir Henry's holstered Smith & Wesson 4th Model.
Gerda (Claire Price) aims the Smith & Wesson 4th Model.

Sir Henry's Gun Collection

Sir Henry (Edward Hardwicke) has a collection of handguns at his home which includes a Colt 1860 Army (mislabeled as a ".44 Navy Colt"), a Mauser C96, a Parker of London "1840 Belt Pistol", and a number of other revolvers from Smith & Wesson and Webley, with their holsters.

Sir Henry inspects his gun collection after his Colt Official Police is returned to him.
Sir Henry's Parker pistol and Colt 1860 Army are seen as Gerda reaches for the Colt Official Police.

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