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|Consider All Risks|
(Classe tous risques)
Theatrical Release Poster
Les Films Odéon
Consider All Risks (original title Classe tous risques), also released as The Big Risk, is a 1960 French crime movie directed by Claude Sautet ("Max and the Junkmen", "The Dictator's Guns") and starring Lino Ventura as a criminal Abel Davos and Jean-Paul Belmondo as Davos' young friend Eric Stark.
The following weapons were used in the film Consider All Risks (Classe tous risques):
Various characters, including Abel Davos (Lino Ventura), use Luger P08 pistols.
Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is blank adapted movie gun.
An Italian carabiniere
holds a Luger.
Abel Davos threatens Arthur Gibelin (Marcel Dalio).
Abel Davos aims his pistol at the boss of private investigations agency (Jean-Pierre Zola).
Abel Davos (Lino Ventura) use M1911A1-style pistol in several scenes.
Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP
Abel Davos fires his M1911 during the night shootout on the beach.
Davos holds his pistol while leans at Raymond Naldi's body.
Davos draws his pistol in another scene...
FN Model 1922
An FN Model 1922 pistol is used by one of the French gendarmes during the shootout on the beach. In one scene Raoul Fargier (Claude Cerval) draws a pistol that is seen blurry but resembles a Model 1922.
at the left fires his pistol while his parthner fires a Thompson SMG.
A blurry view of Fargier's pistol.
Fargier drops his pistol.
Eric Stark (Jean-Paul Belmondo) disarms a private eye Jacques Humbert (Sylvain Levignac) and threatens him with his own pistol. This pistol appears to be a Frommer Stop.
Due to a continuity error, the Frommer Stop pistol, taken by Eric from the private eye, turns into a Beretta, supposedly a Beretta M1934. In the final scene one of police detectives is armed with a Beretta pistol that also resembles an M1934.
Beretta Model 1934 - .380 ACP
The detective goes upstairs with a Beretta in hand.
Beretta M1919 or 418
In the final scene police commissair Blot (Jacques Dacqmine) uses a pocket pistol that looks like a Beretta 418 (or its predecessor Beretta M1919).
In the final scene one of police detectives carries an M1911-style compact pistol that resembles a Colt Commander.
Colt Combat Commander - 9mm
A detective holds his pistol.
A ring hammer spur can be seen.
Various unidentified pistols are seen in several scenes.
Raymond Naldi (Stan Krol) uses a pistol during the night shootout on the beach.
Raymond Naldi draws his pistol.
Raymond's pistol is seen next to his body.
Abel Davos (Lino Ventura) finds a pistol in Arthur Gibelin's table.
In the final scene several police detectives carry pistols.
A detective aims his pistol at Eric Stark.
Another detective holds a pistol.
Jean Martin's pistol
In one scene Jean Martin (Philippe March) gives his pistol to Abel Davos (Lino Ventura).
Thompson M1 or M1A1
Thompson M1 or M1A1 SMGs are carried by an Italian carabiniere on the roadblock and by a French gendarme during the shootout on the beach.
M1 Thompson with 20-round magazine - .45 ACP
M1A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
at the right holds a Thompson while the one at the left is armed with a Beretta Model 38/44
at the right holds a Thompson.
Beretta Model 38/44
A Beretta Model 38/44 is seen in hands of an Italian carabiniere on the roadblock.
Beretta Model 38/44 - 9x19mm
at the left holds a Beretta SMG while the one at the right is armed with a Thompson.
runs with his Beretta SMG.
Sten Mk II
A Sten Mk II is hidden in the ambulance car used to smuggle Abel Davos in Paris.
Sten Mk II (Canadian) - 9x19mm
Jean Martin (Philippe March
) puts the Sten in a hiding place in the ambulance car.
Sten is seen next to sleeping Abel Davos.
MAT-49 SMGs are seen in hands of French gendarmes in one scene.
MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
at the background holds a MAT-49.
on the roadblock holds a MAT-49.