Death is Nimble, Death is Quick
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Death Is Nimble, Death Is Quick (original title Kommissar X - Drei gelbe Katzen ("Commissioner X - Three Golden Cats")) is a 1966 German-Italian-French-Austrian Eurospy film directed by Rudolf Zehetgruber. It is the second in Kommissar X franchise, series of seven films about the adventures of private investigator Jo Louis Walker (Tony Kendall), also known as "Commissioner X", and his friend, New York police captain Tom Rowland (Brad Harris). In Death Is Nimble, Death Is Quick the story takes place on Ceylon (presently Sri Lanka) where Walker and Rowland investigate the activities of crime organisation "Three Golden Cats" that extort a large sum of money of American landowner Lincoln, threatening to kidnap his daughter Babs.
The following weapons were used in the film Death is Nimble, Death is Quick:
Like the first movie, Arminius HW-1 blank firing revolvers are most widely used handguns. They are seen in hands of Jo Walker (Tony Kendall), Capt. Tom Rowland (Brad Harris), Colombo police inspectors DaSilva (A. Jayarati) and Khamar (Joe Abey), Dr. Baker (Erno Crisa) and a trio of his hitmen: King (Dan Vadis), Nitro (Siegfried Rauch) and Sunny (H.D. Kulatunga).
FN Model 1905
Ceylon police use Sterling submachine guns in several scenes.
Unidentified sniper rifle
A sniper rifle is used by hitman Nitro (Siegfried Rauch) in attempt to kill Walker and Rowland.
Unidentified lever action rifle
A lever action rifle, supposedly of .22 caliber, is seen in hands of local zoologist Barrett (a cameo of movie director Rudolf Zehetgruber, credited as Rolf Zehett). Jo Walker (Tony Kendall) carries same looking gun in the scene on the Lake of Death, and Tom Rowland (Brad Harris) has this gun in the final scene.
A rack of rifles is seen in police precinct in Colombo.
In the final scene Colombo police Inspector Khamar (Joe Abey) uses a Bren machine gun.