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|Cash Truck (Le convoyeur)
Cash Truck (USA release title; the original title is Le convoyeur) is a 2004 French crime movie directed by Nicolas Boukhrief. The main character, Alexandre Demarre (Albert Dupontel), starts his work as a guard in armored cash transport car company. The company was a victim of three robberies during the last year, and Alex Demarre seems to have something in common with these robberies...
A Hollywood remake of this movie is in production from 2012, produced by Joel Silver. It is supposed to be released under the same title Cash Truck.
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The following weapons were used in the film Cash Truck:
Taurus Model 80
Taurus Model 80 revolvers are service sidearms of most of guards, including Alex Demarre (Albert Dupontel), Bernard Jaubert (François Berléand), Nicole (Claude Perron), La Belette (Julien Boisselier), Butagaz (Gilles Gaston-Dreyfus), and Dolph (Olivier Loustau).
Taurus Model 80 with 4" barrel - .38 Special
A revolver is seen in the armory.
Alex Demarre examines his revolver during his first guard mission.
He aims at empty space but is told by his partner Jacques Mazard (Jean Dujardin
) (in the car) not to do it.
Alex Demarre on shooting range.
Demarre's revolver is disassembled for cleaning.
Alex holds his revolver during the attack on the armored car.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
In one scene Alex Demarre (Albert Dupontel) fires a Smith & Wesson Model 15 on the shooting range.
Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Special
Smith & Wesson Model 28
When the armored car is attacked, one of the guards (unidentified) is seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 28 revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 28 'Highway Patrolman' with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
The guard draws his revolver.
Another view at the revolver.
A close (though a little blurry) view at the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 586
A Smith & Wesson Model 586 is Jacques Mazard's (Jean Dujardin) weapon. Alex Demarre (Albert Dupontel) captures Mazard's revolver and uses it himself.
Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .357 Magnum
Jacques Mazard holds Alex Demarre at gunpoint in the final scene.
A close view at the business end of Mazard's revolver.
One of the Arab robbers who tried to rob an armored car carries a snub nose revolver with target sights.
A number of various revolvers are seen in the armory.
The armorer (Michel Trillot
) holds a snub nose revolver. Four more revolvers are seen behind him.
The armorer (Michel Trillot) is seen with a snub nose revolver in several scenes.
The armorer examines his revolver.
The armorer fires his revolver in the final scene.
Heckler & Koch USP
Heckler & Koch USP pistols are carried by several robbers in the flashback and in the final scene. They are fitted with sound suppressors and sometimes with tactical flashlights. In the final scene Alex Demarre (Albert Dupontel) and Jacques Mazard (Jean Dujardin) also use USP pistols, taken from slain robbers.
Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
The chief of robbers (Karim Traikia
) holds an USP in the flashback scene.
A robber and Alex Demarre fire each other. Both are armed with suppressed USPs.
A wounded robber tries to reach his pistol.
Another view at the same scene.
The chief of robbers aims his pistol.
Jacques Mazard with suppressed USP.
In the final scene all robbers are armed with FN P90 SMGs, mostly fitted with sound suppressors.
A suppressed P90 is seen next to Alex Demarre's head.
A robber fires his P90 at a guard inside the armored car.
Several robbers with suppressed P90s.
During the struggle between Alex Demarre and the chief of robbers the P90 is supposed to be substituted with a rubber prop.
The barrel and suppressor of P90 is bent.
Next moment it is straight again.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
In the flashback scene several robbers are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3 SMGs.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
A robber aims his MP5 at Alex Demarre. Another robber with MP5 stands next to the armored car.
A robber with MP5A3 runs to the armored car...
...and fires through the broken window.
Remington 870 Field Gun
Remington 870 Field Gun pump action shotguns are used by Nicole (Claude Perron), Bernard Jaubert (François Berléand) and some other guards. This gun is Left-Hand model.
Remington 870 Express Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and shortened barrel - 12 gauge
Remington Model 870 Express Left-Hand, 28" vent-rib barrel - 12 gauge
Nicole, the only female guard, takes a shotgun in the armory. Several more shotguns are seen at the background.
Nicole holds her shotgun.
A close view at the pump.
A shell holder is seen on the buttstock of Bernard's shotgun.
A close view on Bernard's shotgun.
Bernard fires at Arab robbers with the battlecry "Charles Martel!".
Bernard aims his shotgun in the final scene.
Bernard is blinded with a flashbang grenade.
Bernard holds his shotgun during the ending credits.
A sawn-off Remington 870 shotgun is used by one of the Arab robbers during the attempt to rob the armored car.
Remington 870 with sawed off barrel and stock - 12 Gauge
A close view at the muzzle.
Double Barreled Shotgun
A Double Barreled Shotgun is seen in the armory.
A double barreled shotgun is seen behind the armorer (Michel Trillot
Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun
A Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun is used by one of the Arab robbers during the attempt to rob the armored car.
A robber at the left holds a sawn-off shotgun.
A flashbang grenade is used by robbers in the final scene. Alex Demarre (Albert Dupontel) also uses a captured flashbang grenade.
A flashbang grenade on the floor.
Alex Demarre snatches a flashbang grenade from the chief of robbers (Karim Traikia
Original French release poster