||Fernando Di Leo
||Cineproduzioni Daunia 70
Caliber 9 (original title Milano calibro 9) is a 1972 Italian crime movie directed by Fernando Di Leo. A petty criminal Ugo Piazza (Gastone Moschin) is suspected in stealing a large sum of money from his boss Macado and has to prove his innocence. But someone else hunts for Macado's money.
The movie is the first part of so called Milieu Trilogy by Di Leo, followed by La mala ordina (1972) and Il Boss (1973).
The following weapons were used in the film Caliber 9:
Beretta M1951 pistols are used by various criminals and police.
Ugo Piazza assembles his Beretta.
A criminal with M1951 pistol.
Macado's bodyguard holds a Beretta M1951 during the shootout on the villa.
Ugo Piazza holds a discharged Beretta.
A Bodeo M1889 revolver is used by Chino's (Philippe Leroy).
Bodeo Model 1889 Type II - 10.4x22mm Italian
Chino fires his revolver.
Beretta Model 70
A suppressed Beretta Model 70 is used by Luca (Salvatore Aricò).
Beretta Model 70 Suppressed - .32 ACP
A suppressed Beretta Model 70 and a large amount of cash is seen in the bag.
Luca readies his pistol in the final scene.
Several criminals are seen with FNA-B 43 SMGs.
A Macado's bodyguard is shot and drops his SMG during the shootout on the villa.