Body Heat is a 1981 crime thriller starring William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, J.A. Preston, and Richard Crenna. The film also marked the directorial debut of Lawrence Kasdan, who was primarily known at the time as the co-screenwriter on Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Empire Strikes Back and would subsequently go on to direct such films as Silverado and Wyatt Earp.
The following weapons were used in the film Body Heat:
Colt Detective Special
When he hears an intruder in his home, Edmund Walker (Richard Crenna) takes a Colt Detective Special 3rd Generation snubnose to investigate, During a struggle, the revolver is fired in the air. The handgun also used by Ned Racine (William Hurt) in the film.
Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Closeup of the Colt Detective Special.
Edmund Walker (Richard Crenna
) hears a disturbance downstairs and goes to investigate.
Edmund Walker at the top of the stairs.
Edmund Walker creeps down the stairs with the revolver.
Edmund Walker is surprised by an intruder.
Edmund Walker’s revolver lies on the floor, knocked from his hand by an intruder.
Ned Racine (William Hurt) retrieves Edmund Walker’s revolver.
Ned Racine contemplates murder with the revolver.
Edmund Walker’s Colt Detective Special.
Holding the revolver, Ned Racine lies in wait for Matty Walker (Kathleen Turner
Matty Walker sees the revolver in Ned Racine’s hand.
Ned has second thoughts; drops the gun.
Smith & Wesson Model 13
Officer Oscar Grace (J.A. Preston) retrieves what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 13 in preparation for the search for Ned Racine.
Later Smith & Wesson Model 13 with three inch barrel - .357 Magnum
Officer Oscar Grace ( J.A. Preston
) retrieves his service weapon in preparation for the search for Ned Racine.