Diamond Rush (Le Paria)
Diamond Rush (original French title Le Paria, Spanish title Jaque mate) is a French-Spanish 1969 crime movie directed by Claude Carliez and starring Jean Marais as a French criminal Manuel Thomas aka Manu. The gang, lead by Manu, commits a robbery of a train near French-Spanish border to get a valuable payload of industrial diamonds. The robbery goes wrong and Manu is the only survival. He hides the plunder under the water by drowning his car and finds a shelter in the house of Lucia, the widow of a Spanish smuggler. With the help of Lucia and her son José Manu tries to establish connection with his old friends Sylvia and Rolf, while both police and mob boss Toccelli hunt for him.
The following weapons were used in the film Diamond Rush (Le Paria):
Many characters, including Manu (Jean Marais), Sylvia (Nieves Navarro), Toccelli (Jaume Picas) and his bodyguard Turchi (Moisés Augusto Rocha), use Arminius revolvers that appear to be HW-1G or HW-10 model.
In the final scene a Spanish gendarmes officer holds a nickel plated Astra 300 pistol.
Parinco Model 3R
Throughout the movie Manu (Jean Marais) uses as much as four different submachine guns, switching each other due to continuity errors. The first of them, used during the robbery, is seen only in darkness but its general shape, including the thin barrel without shroud, the shape of the grip and magazine well and extendable (contrary to folding) buttstock, allows to identify it as Spanish Parinco Model 3R.
When the scene of the robbery continues outside the railway carriage, Manu's SMG switches to the MP28/II. Later MP28s are seen in hands of Toccelli's henchmen.
When Manu meets Lucia and José, his SMG switches again, this time to Star Z62. During most of the movie Manu carries this SMG that is also used by Sylvia (Nieves Navarro) during the car chase. Turchi (Moisés Augusto Rocha) and other Toccelli's henchmen also use Star Z62s.
In the final scene Manu's SMG switches the last time, now it is a Star Z45. Toccelli's henchmen and Spanish gendarmes also use Star Z45s.
When Toccelli's henchmen attack Manu and Rolf on the seashore, they use "pineapple" hand grenades. The grenades aren't seen close enough to be identified.