|Convoy Busters (Un poliziotto scomodo)
Original Italian Poster
Convoy Busters (original title Un poliziotto scomodo ("An Uncomfortable Cop")) is a 1978 Italian action movie directed by Stelvio Massi and starring Maurizio Merli as Francesco Olmi, the commissioner of Rome homicide division. Olmi investigates a dual murder and finds out that the crime was committed under the order of a high rank official. All attempts to bring him to justice are in vain. Olmi is transferred from Rome to a small drowsy coastal town, but there he finds a trace of gun smugglers.
The following weapons were used in the film Convoy Busters (Un poliziotto scomodo):
Francesco Olmi's (Maurizio Merli) personal sidearm is a Colt Python with 2.5" barrel.
Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
Olmi holds his revolver while chasing criminals in helicoper.
Olmi loads his revolver in the final scene.
Olmi fires in the final scene.
Beretta Model 70
Beretta Model 70 pistols are used by both police, including Olmi's assistant Brigadier (Police Sgt.) Ballarin (Attilio Duse), and criminals.
Beretta Model 70 - .32 ACP
A police ispector holds a Beretta Model 70.
A Beretta Model 70 is seen in a crate of smuggled guns.
A gun smuggler takes a group of children as hostages.
Gorchi (Mimmo Palmara
), the boss of gun smugglers, is shot in the final scene.
In one scene corrupted official Degan (Massimo Serato) uses a Beretta M1934 pistol.
Beretta Model 1934 - .380 ACP
A Beretta M1951 pistol is seen in the scene of arrest of drug dealers.
A female criminal tries to reach the pistol but a bullet from Olmi's revolver prevents her.
Walther P38 pistols are widely used by criminals.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
A killer uses a P38 to assassinate an eyewitness.
A criminal (at the left) in a car, chased by police, holds a P38.
A P38-wielding criminal is shot by Olmi.
Gorchi's henchman holds a P38 in the final scene.
In one scene a biker carries a Walther PP.
War Time Walther PP Pistol
A biker entertains by firing a Walther right and left.
The pistol on the ground.
Olmi picks up the pistol.
A Luger P08 is seen in a crate of smuggled guns.
A Luger is seen between Beretta M12 SMG and Beretta Model 70 pistol.
Beretta M12 SMGs are widely used by police and criminals.
A criminal, disguised as a police officer, holds a Beretta M12.
The same character fires.
A police inspector holds a Beretta M12 during the arrest of drug dealers.
An unloaded Beretta M12 is seen in a crate of smuggled guns. The reason of smuggling Italian-manufactured guns into
Italy is known only to the authors of the movie.
A police inspector carries a Beretta M12.
A policeman holds a Beretta M12 in the final scene.
One of the killers that assassinate an eyewitness in Degan case uses a TZ-45 SMG.
TZ-45 with extended stock - 9x19 mm
A killer fires from a car.
Another view of the same scene.
Beretta Model 1938/49
Beretta Model 38/49 SMGs are seen in hands of police in the final scene.
Beretta Model 38/49 - 9x19mm
A police inspector with a Beretta M38/49.
A close view of the gun. The push-button cross-bolt safety catch can be seen.
M1 Garand rifles are seen in a crate of smuggled guns. In the final scene numerous soldiers and policemen are armed with Garands.
M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
Several Garands are seen in the opened crate of guns.
An Italian Army Heavy Artillery soldier holds a Garand in the final scene.
An Italian Army Heavy Artillery soldier aims his rifle.
A close view of a Garand.
During the encounter with a group of bikers one of Olmi's subordinates is armed with a Franchi Para carbine with sniper scope.
Franchi Para carbine - .22 LR
A police inspector aims his rifle.
Mauser Sporter sniper rifles are seen in hands of police in several scenes.
German-style Mauser 98 Sporter Model B - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A police inspector aims a Mauser rifle during the encounter with bikers.
A police sniper holds a Mauser in the final scene.