Ca$h (2008)

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Ca$h
Cash2008 poster.jpg
French Movie Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Éric Besnard
Release Date 2008
Language French
Main Cast
Character Actor
Cash
Jean Dujardin
Maxime (Dubreuil) Jean Reno
Julia Valeria Golino
Garance Alice Taglioni
Barnes Ciarán Hinds


Ca$h is a 2008 French heist film written and directed by Éric Besnard starring Jean Dujardin, Jean Reno, Valeria Golino, Alice Taglioni and Ciarán Hinds. The subject matter, cast and style of the film has lead to comparisons to Ocean's Eleven.


The following weapons were used in the film Ca$h (2008):

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Handguns

Beretta Cougar Inox

Lardier (Christian Hecq) shoots Solal (Clovis Cornillac) with a suppressed Beretta Cougar Inox.

Beretta 8000 Cougar F Inox with walnut grips - 9x21mm
Solal backs away after being shot.
Cash2008 Cougar 02.jpg

Glock 26

Lieutenant Julia Molina (Valeria Golino) pulls a Glock 26 on Cash (Jean Dujardin).

Glock 26 subcompact Pistol - 9x19mm
Cash2008 G26 01.jpg
It looks like she's actually pulling the trigger in this shot.
The "26" on the slide is actually visible in this shot.

Custom Ruger Super Redhawk

Léa (Caroline Proust) pulls out a custom Ruger Super Redhawk in one scene. François (François Berléand) and Julia later use it as well. It is not possible that this gun is a Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan, because there are scope mount rails and the gun lacks a front sight. It is entirely possible that someone simply cut down or flat-out removed the barrel on a full-sized Super Redhawk. This same prop was likely also used in The Transporter, which was also shot in France.

Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan, similar to the one seen in the film but not the same gun - .44 Magnum
Ruger Super Redhawk, with full-length barrel, note the scope rail mounts and front sight - .44 Magnum
Léa pulls out the custom Ruger Super Redhawk.
Léa holds the Super Redhawk.
François with the custom revolver. Notice the rails on top, as well as the lack of a front sight, which means it's not a Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan.
Here the well-worn Ruger wood/rubber grips can be seen.
If you squint, you can 'make out' (yes, pun intended) "Super Redhawk" written on the frame. Once again, notice the lack of a front sight.
Julia with the revolver.

Unidentified pistol

One of Letallec's (Eriq Ebouaney) henchmen holds a stainless or nickel-plated pistol. As it's only seen on security camera footage, it's hard to make an ID.

The henchman with the pistol.



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