Big Grasshopper, The (La Grande Sauterelle)

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La Grande Sauterelle
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Theatrical poster
Country FRA.jpg France
ITA.jpg Italy
GER.jpg Germany
Directed by Georges Lautner
Release Date 1967
Language French
Studio S.N.E. Gaumont
Franca Film
Eichberg-Film
Distributor Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont
Main Cast
Character Actor
Carl Hardy Krüger
Salène Mireille Darc
Marco Georges Géret
Vladimir Venantino Venantini
Alfred Maurice Biraud
Gideon Francis Blanche


The Big Grasshopper (Original: La Grande Sauterelle) is a 1967 French-Italian-German drama romance fim directed by Georges Lautner on based the novel "Who will die tonight" of Vahe Katcha. Thief Carl (Hardy Krüger) flees in Beirut from assassin Marc (Georges Géret), where he intends with the help of his friend Alfred (Maurice Biraud) kidnap a petrol magnate, after he wins a fortune at the casino. All plans suddenly changed when Carl meets on the beach with charming girl Salène (Mireille Darc). Carl calls her "Big Grasshopper" because she is thin and has long legs.


The following weapons were used in the movie The Big Grasshopper (La Grande Sauterelle):

Contents


Luger P08

Main characters are seen with a Luger P08 pistol.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is blank adapted movie gun.
Salène (Mireille Darc) drew a gun, who gained from Vladimir ...
... and handed it to Carl (Hardy Krüger).
Carl is going to rescue his friend Alfred (Maurice Biraud) from the Marco's clutches.
The killer Marco (Georges Géret) originally used the Luger P08.
One bodyguard was armed with a Luger P8 pistol.

Walther P38

Some characters use also a Walther P38 pistol.

Walther P38 - 9x19mm
The killer Marco (Georges Géret) later carries Walther P38.
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A bodyguard before casino fired from this gun.



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