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Che! is a 1969 American biographical drama film directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Omar Sharif as Marxist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara. It follows Guevara from when he first landed in Cuba in 1956 to his death in Bolivia in 1967, although the film does not portray the formative pre-Cuban revolution sections of Che's life as described in the autobiographical book The Motorcycle Diaries (1993).
A variant of Colt 1911 is used by a Cuban soldier and the captain of the Bolivian rangers.
Che (Omar Sharif) uses this weapon to execute Eutimio.
Several rebels seem to use the PPSH41.
The Thompson is used by both the rebels, the Cuban army, the Che guerrilla and the Bolivian rangers.
Che Guevara uses a Madsen M50 during urban combat in a Cuban town, likewise is seen in the hands of a rebel and a Bolivian ranger.
Some rebels use the MP40 in some scenes.
Beretta Model 38A
Willy (Rudy Diaz) carrie a Berreta Model 38A in a one scene in the film.
Beretta Model 38/44
A guerrilla in Bolivia carrie a Berretta 38/44 in his back.
Rifles and Carbines
The M1 Garand is the main weapon of the Cuban rebels, soldiers of the Cuban army and Che's guerrillas.
Winchester Model 70
Fidel Carrie a Winchester Model 70 in the film.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
In the film bolivian soldiers are armed with appers a Gewehr 1898 rifles , a Bolivian ranger carrie a same rifle.
A rebel is seen carrying a STG-44 during the celebration of the revolution.
Che , the rebels , the Cuban Army , Guerrillas and Bolivian Rangers use this weapon.
Is the main weapon of Che in Bolivia.
Browning Automatic Rifle
Cuban soldiers are armed with is machinegun , Willy carrie a BAR during the guerrilla in Bolivia.
A guerrilla use a Browning 1919 during the last combat.