Code Name: Tiger (Le Tigre aime la chair fraîche)

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Le Tigre aime la chair fraîche
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Movie poster
Country FRA.jpg France
ITA.jpg Italy
Directed by Claude Chabrol
Release Date 1964
Language French
Studio Gaumont Distribution
Alexandra Produzioni Cinematografiche
Distributor Gaumont
Main Cast
Character Actor
Louis Rapière aka Tiger Roger Hanin
Mehlica Baskine Daniela Bianchi
Madame Baskine Maria Mauban
Duvet Roger Dumas
General Condé Albert Dagnant
Mr. Coubassi Antonio Passalia
Mr. Dobrovsky Mario David
Mr. Benitez Roger Rudel
Jean-Luc, The dwarf Jimmy Karoubi
The opera singer Stéphane Audran


Code Name: Tiger (Original title: Le Tigre aime la chair fraîche) is a 1964 French-Italian espionage thriller directed by Claude Chabrol written and starring by Roger Hanin as Agent Tiger. In 1965 it was followed by a sequel Our Agent Tiger.


The following weapons were used in the movie Code Name: Tiger (Le Tigre aime la chair fraîche):

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Walther P38

DST officer Louis Rapière aka Tiger (Roger Hanin) and many next characters are seen with Walther P38 pistols.

Walther P38 - 9x19mm
Walther P38 pistol WWII dated - nickel plated - 9x19mm
Louis Rapière holds his sidearm in hand.
Mr. Benitez (Roger Rudel) confiscated Tiger's gun.
The security men of Turkish Embassy are also equipped with Walther P38s.
Duvet (Roger Dumas) (left) drew his sidearm.
Mr. Dobrovsky (Mario David) with the gun took Mehlica Baskine (Daniela Bianchi) as hostages.
The DST officer in disguise as the Scot aims his gun.
One of DST agents own a nickel plated Walther P38.
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Luger P08 Artillery model

The killers (Henri Attal and Dominique Zardi) at the airport are equipped with a Luger P08 Artillery model pistol on a tripod.

Luger LP08 long barreled "Artillery" model - 9x19mm
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Louis Rapière (Roger Hanin) holds a gun, who was confiscated of terrorists.

Colt Model 1903

Turkish policemen are armed with Colt Model 1903 pistols.

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Pistol Blued - .32 ACP
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Unidentified Revolver

Mr. Dobrovsky (Mario David) pulls from pocket an unidentified revolver.

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Mle 1892 Revolver

The dwarf Jean-Luc (Jimmy Karoubi) in costume cowboy has at his waist a Mle 1892 revolver.

Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8 x 27mm SR
The little girl on carousel considers the dwarf in cowboy costume is a boy and his revolver is toy.
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Beretta Model 38/49

Mr. Benitez (Roger Rudel) and one of his men holds a Beretta Model 38/49 submachine gun.

Beretta Model 38/49 - 9x19mm.
Mr. Benitez with Beretta Model 38/49 in his hand.
The Benitez´s henchman (left) holds submachine gun.

MAT-49

The first Benitez´s henchman and some DST agents carry MAT-49 submachine guns.

MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
The man (right) from the entourage of Mr. Benitez holds MAT-49 submachine gun in his hand.
One of DST agents with a Mat-49 in hand arrested Mr. Choubassi (Antonio Passalia).

Sten Mk II

The second Benitez´s henchman used a Sten Mk II submachine gun.

Sten Mk II - 9x19mm
The Benitez´s man (left) is armed with a Sten Mk II.
This thug with his submachine gun watch a car cemetery.



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