Black Thursday

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Black Thursday
Les Guichets du Louvre
BlackThursdayPoster.jpg
Movie Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Michel Mitrani
Release Date August 28, 1974
Language French
German
Main Cast
Character Actor
Paul Christian Rist
Jeanne Christine Pascal
Madame Ash Judith Magre
Ernst Jünger Henri Garcin
Le cousin Michel Robin


Black Thursday is a 1974 French movie directed by Michel Mitrani. In July 1942, by chance, the young French student Paul found out about the planned large-scale raid against the Jewish residents of the Parisian quarter of Saint-Paul. He tried to warn as many Jews as possible and to convince them to take off their Jewish star and to flee with him but repeatedly encountered suspicion and the hostile attitude of non-Jewish eyewitnesses until he met young Jeanne with the one from the neighborhood tried to escape.


The following weapons were used in the film Black Thursday:

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Berthier Mle 1916 Carabine

French police forces are armed with Berthier Mle 1916 Carabines.

Berthier Model 1916 Carabine - 8x50mm R
The police arrest Parisian Jews.
A policer officer behind Paul (Christian Rist) keeps Jews in the row with his carbine.
A distant view of officers reveals the magazine.

Unique Rr 51

The Gestapo man (André Thorent) is briefly seen with an Unique Model 17 pistol.

Unique Kriegsmodell, a version of Unique Model 17, manufactured in 1941-44 under German control
He runs toward Paul and Jeanne (Christine Pascal).
A view of the left side.
Top view of the slide.

MP40

One German soldier carries an MP40.

Maschinenpistole 40 - 9x19mm
The soldier is seen on the left background.


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