Blind Date

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Blind Date (1987)

Blind Date is a 1987 comedy directed by Blake Edwards and starring Bruce Willis as Walter Davis, an account executive whose life is turned upside down in one night when his blind date (Kim Basinger) turns out to be not what he expected. The cast included Phil Hartman and John Larroquette.

The following weapons were used in the film Blind Date:


Colt Detective Special

Walter Davis (Bruce Willis) gets a Colt Detective Special put to his head by a female gang member when he drives into a bad part of town. The gun gets thrown into his car when the police show up. He then uses the gun to intimidate David Bedford (John Larroquette), the former boyfriend of his blind date Nadia (Kim Basinger).

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Walter (Bruce Willis) gets the Colt put to his head.
The revolver on the floor of Walter's car.
Walter holds the Colt as he forces David to dance.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Police officers carry what appear to be Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers in their holsters throughout the film.

A police officer has a revolver in his holster as he administers a DUI test on Walter.

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