Cabbage Soup, The

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The Cabbage Soup (La soupe aux choux) (1981)

The Cabbage Soup (original title La soupe aux choux) is a 1981 French sci-fi comedy directed by Jean Girault and starring Louis de Funès, Jean Carmet, and Jacques Villeret.

The following weapon was used in the film The Cabbage Soup:

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Double Barreled Side by Side Shotgun

A double barreled shotgun is used three times in the film. The first time is when Claude "Le Glaude" Ratinier (Louis de Funès) sees the alien (Jacques Villeret), only to realize that he is friendly. The second time, Le Glaude uses the shotgun to threaten Francis "Le Bombé" Chérasse (Jean Carmet) after learning that the latter slept with Le Glaude's wife in the past. Finally, Le Bombé equips the shotgun and uses it to expel the mayor from his house.

Brichet Nantes SXS side by side shotgun - 16 gauge
Le Glaude opens his door after the alien's arrival, shotgun in hand.
Le Glaude holds Le Bombé at gunpoint after firing two warning shots.
He then reloads it with a green shell and a red one.
Le Bombé aims the shotgun at the mayor while Le Glaude proceeds to throw his briefcase at him. Here, the shotgun lacks a sling.



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