Down in the Valley
Down in the Valley is a 2005 drama written and directed by David Jacobson and stars Edward Norton as Harlan, a young man working in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley who dreams of being a cowboy, and his effect on rebellious teenager Tobe (Evan Rachel Wood) and her family.
The following weapons were used in the film Down in the Valley:
Single Action Army
Harlan (Edward Norton) owns two Single Action Army revolvers and is seen dual wielding them. Harlan practices drawing, firing, and also tricks such as twirling when he is in his apartment. Harlan lets Lonnie (Rory Culkin) fire his revolver when they go out shooting together. Lonnie's father Wade (David Morse) also owns a Single Action Army in his extensive gun collection. When Lonnie shows Harlan the collection, Harlan describes as a Colt Model 1921. At one point, Wade is seen pulling his Single Action Army while confronting Harlan.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
Among the weapons seen in Wade's display case is a Mauser C96 pistol.
A Remington 1875 revolver is also seen in Wade's display.
Marlin Model 336C
Denix Replica Single Action Army
A Denix Replica Single Action Army revolver is seen in Wade's display case.
Denix Replica Pocket Pistol Replica
Along with the Single Action Army is a Denix Pocket Pistol replica.
A German made RG 22 (short) revolver is partially seen in Wade's display case.
Wade's other Guns in his collection
A wide shot of Wade's display case shows that he also keeps several rifles in addition to his revolvers.