Bernard Blier

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Bernard Blier (1916-1989) holds two Mauser C96 pistols as Charles the Temeraire in Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese (1968).

Bernard Blier (January 11, 1916 – March 29, 1989) was a French actor. He appeared in secondary roles in many movies together with Jean Gabin, Louis de Funès, Jean-Paul Belmondo, and most often with Pierre Richard.

See the Discussion page for the films directed by Bernard Blier.

Bernard Blier can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Colt Model 1903/1908 Félix Seguin When a Woman Meddles (Quand la femme s'en mêle) 1957
FN Model 1910 Félix Seguin When a Woman Meddles (Quand la femme s'en mêle) 1957
M1911-style pistol Raoul Volfoni Monsieur Gangster 1963
Belgian Velo-Dog Revolver Eusebio Cafarelli The Great Spy Chase (Les Barbouzes) 1964
Astra 400 Eusebio Cafarelli The Great Spy Chase (Les Barbouzes) 1964
Luger P08 Eusebio Cafarelli The Great Spy Chase (Les Barbouzes) Suppressed 1964
F1 hand grenade Eusebio Cafarelli The Great Spy Chase (Les Barbouzes) 1964
FN Model 1910/1922 Divisional commissioner What's Cooking in Paris (Le Grand restaurant) 1966
MAB Model D Major Rhome To Commit a Murder Suppressed 1967
Mauser C96 Charles the Temeraire Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese 1968
Luger P08 Artillery Model Charles the Temeraire Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese 1968
Walther P38 Charles the Temeraire Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese 1968
Smith & Wesson Model 36 1st Inspector She No Longer Talks She Shoots 1972
Colt Official Police Bernard Milan The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe (Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire) Suppressed 1972
Unique Model D3 Maxime The Phoney (Le Faux-cul) 1975
Blunderbuss The priest Calmos 1976
Manurhin MR-73 Inspector Morvandieu Buffet Froid 1979



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