Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Labours of Hercules
The Labours of Hercules is a feature-length episode in Agatha Christie's Poirot film series, the fourth in Season 13.
The following weapons were used in the film Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Labours of Hercules:
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FN Model 1910
Gustave (Richard Katz), the waiter in mountain-top hotel in Switzerland and the accomplice of crime mastermind Marrascaud, carries an FN Model 1910 pistol when he impersonates Swiss Police Lt. Drouet.
Fake Lt. Drouet suggests Poirot to take his pistol.
Poirot refuses to take the gun.
When unmasked Gustave aims at Poirot, real Drouet knocks the pistol out of Gustave's hand by a accurate shot of his Luger.
Unidentified (toy?) pistol
When Gustave's pistol falls into precipice, it switches from FN 1910 to another gun, with modern outlook and very possibly plastic, maybe a toy gun.
Schwartz (Tom Wlaschiha), a hotel guest turned out to be real Lt. Drouet, uses a Luger P08. Lugers are also seen in hands of other Swiss policemen, including Inspector Lementeuil (Nicholas McGaughey).
Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is a blank adapted movie gun.
Drouet fires at Gustave who attempts on Poirot in the latter's hotel room.
Another view of Drouet's Luger.
Drouet holds Dr. Lutz at gunpoint.
Drouet and Inspector Lementeuil with Lugers.
Lementeuil (bearded man in center) holds his Luger.
A Swiss policeman holds a Luger at the background.
Alice Cunningham (Eleanor Tomlinson), who turns out to be crime mastermind Marrascaud, holds an Astra Cub pocket pistol in the climactic scene. This pistol is anachronistic for late 1930s when the story is set.
Astra Cub Model 2000 Nickel - .22 short
Alice Cunningham aims at her mother, Countess Vera Rossakoff (Orla Brady).
Another view of the scene.
Harold Waring (Rupert Evans
) makes an attempt to disarm Alice.
The pistol is seen on the floor.
Dr. Heinrich Lutz (Simon Callow), another Marrascaud's accomplice, uses a Walther PPK to take hostage ballet dancer Katrina Samoushenka (Fiona O'Shaughnessy).
Early Waffenamt marked Walther PPK. Note the differences: orange bakelite grips, lanyard ring, smaller rear sight, grooved top, and irregular front - 7.65x17mm Auto (.32 ACP)
A showdown: Alice Cunningham aims at Vera Rossakoff, Dr. Lutz aims at Katrina Samoushenka, and Lt. Drouet in turn holds Lutz at gunpoint.
A good view of Lutz' PPK.