Body Snatchers

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Body Snatchers
Body snatchers 1993.jpg
Movie poster
Country USA.jpg United States
Directed by Abel Ferrara
Release Date 1993
Language English
Studio Warner Bros.
Distributor Warner Bros.
Main Cast
Character Actor
Marti Malone Gabrielle Anwar
Carol Malone Meg Tilly
Maj. Collins Forest Whitaker
Tim Young Billy Wirth
Gen. Platt R. Lee Ermey



Body Snatchers is a 1993 science fiction thriller horror film directed by Abel Ferrara and the cast included Gabrielle Anwar, Meg Tilly and Forest Whitaker. The 1993 film is actually the third of four feature films based on Jack Finney's novel The Body Snatchers, which includes 1956's Invasion of the Body Snatchers and its 1978 remake as well as 2007's The Invasion.


The following weapons were used in the film Body Snatchers:

Contents


M1911A1

The standard issue sidearm on the base is the M1911A1. Major Collins (Forest Whitaker), Tim Young (Billy Wirth), and Marti Malone (Gabrielle Anwar) all use one in the second half of the film.

M1911A1 -.45 ACP
Major Collins (Forest Whitaker) with the M1911A1
Major Collins sticks his M1911A1 in the face of General Platt (R. Lee Ermey).
Major Collins finds himself surrounded by Pod people.
Marti Malone (Gabrielle Anwar) and Tim Young (Billy Wirth) both shoot Marti's Pod infected father.

M16A1

Despite the film taking place on an Army base the M16A1 gets little screen time.

M16A1 -5.56x45mm NATO
Soldiers march past with M16A1s.
Solders stop Marti after she gets to close to a secure area.

Mossberg 500

When a trio of soldiers cover the Malones in their escape from the pod people in Sector C, one of them is armed with a Mossberg 500.

Mossberg 500 -12 Gauge
Soldiers cover the Malone's escape.

Double Barrel Shotgun

In the beginning of the film the Gas Station owner checks the bathroom after Marti (Gabrielle Anwar) is jumped by a paranoid Army deserter.

Double Barrel Shotgun -12 Gauge
Gas Station owner checks the bathroom.

Trivia

Shoulder patch

All of the soldiers stationed at the base wear the patch of the United States Third Army or the "Army of Occupation" which is the Army Service Component Command (logistics). They are headquartered at Fort McPherson and not at the base where the film is set. This was likely done as to keep what unit this is ambiguous. This was also done in the films Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay which had the sexually abusive Guantanamo Bay soldiers wearing the obsolete patch of Army Ground Forces; and Day of the Dead (1985) (Captain Rhodes wears the patch of the long deactivated 99th Infantry Division).

All soldiers in the film wear the patch of the United States Third Army.



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