And Then There Were None (2015)

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And Then There Were None - BBC Television Miniseries (Aired December 2015)

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And Then There Were None is the BBC three-part TV mini series that first aired over Christmas 2015. It was the first English-language adaptation of classic 1939 novel that retained the original, darker ending rather than the more romantic ending developed for the play and the 1945 film. Like the novel, it is set on a fictional island off the coast of Devon, England, in August 1939.

The following weapons were used in the miniseries And Then There Were None:

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Webley .455 Mk VI

Philip Lombard (Aidan Turner) brings his revolver, a Webley .455 Mk VI, to Soldier Island and keeps it in his bedside drawer when not carried in his rear waistband. It is also handled throughout the series by Vera Claythorne (Maeve Dermody) and Judge Lawrence Wargrave (Charles Dance). In a flashback to 1917 France during World War I, General John MacArthur (Sam Neill) draws his own Webley from a hip holster.

Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
Philip Lombard (Aidan Turner) places his Webley in his drawer in the first episode.
General MacArthur (Sam Neill) draws his Webley during a WWI flashback in the second episode.
Blore and Dr. Armstrong are surprised to see that Lombard is armed as the men search the house.
The large bore of Lombard's Webley, hidden in the bear rug as seen in the last scene of the second episode, confirms that it is a .455 Webley.
Lombard instinctively draws his Webley in the third episode.
Vera Claythorne (Maeve Dermody) holds Lombard's revolver.
Lombard's Webley rests on the floor.
A fresh round is inserted among the five spent rounds.
A closeup of the Webley revolver.
When Vera drops the Webley inside the house, it is clearly a different rubber prop that lands on the hard floor.

Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III

During the flashback to Lombard's days as a soldier of fortune in East Africa, one of his fellow mercenaries has a Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III rifle slung over his shoulder with a bayonet attached.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British. This was the main battle rifle of British and Commonwealth forces during the First World War, introduced in 1907 it has seen action throughout the 20th century.
Lombard leads a fellow mercenary through East Africa.



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