Enemy Gold

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Enemy Gold
EnemyGold-poster-01.jpg
Country USA.jpg USA
Directed by Christian Drew Sidaris
Release Date 1993
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chris Cannon Bruce Penhall
Mark Austin Mark Barriere
Becky Midnite Suzi Simpson
Santiago Rodrigo Obregón
Jewel Panther Julie Strain


Enemy Gold is a 1993 action movie about a team of 3 Federal agents, Chris Cannon (Bruce Penhall), Mark Austin (Mark Barriere) and Becky Midnite (Suzi Simpson), who are suspended by corrupt official Dickson (Alan Abelew), for excessive force during a raid on a location of drug lord Santiago (Rodrigo Obregón).

With too much time on their hands, the three set off to find a gold treasure hidden by Confederate forces during the Civil War. This sets off a race for the treasure between the Federal agents and Santiago who chases them together with his female assassin Jewel Panther (Julie Strain) culminating in a finale in the Louisiana swamps.

The movie was directed by Christian Drew Sidaris, the son of Andy Sidaris, as part of Andy’s “Bullets, Bombs and Babes” (a.k.a. “L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies”) film series. These action movies were predominantly filmed on Hawaii and featured a cast mostly made up of Playmates in roles of secret agents.



The following weapons were used in the film Enemy Gold:

Contents


Handguns

Desert Eagle Mark I

Both Santiago (Rodrigo Obregón) as well as his top assassin Jewel Panther (Julie Strain) carry and use a black Desert Eagle Mark I, distinguishable by the "teardrop" shape of its safety button.

Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
Jewel Panther waving her Desert Eagle at Santiago’s night club.
Jewel Panther using a suppressed Desert Eagle to get rid of two Park Rangers.
Santiago with his Desert Eagle, note the "teardrop" shape of the safety button.
Santiago firing his Desert Eagle at pursuing Federal agents.

Dan Wesson Model 15-VH

Mark Austin (Mark Barriere) carries a chrome Dan Wesson Model 15-VH. It is easily distinguished as a Dan Wesson revolver by the typical cylinder latch just ahead of the cylinder.

Dan Wesson Model 15-VH - .357 Maximum (not Magnum)
Mark holding the Dan Wesson at an intruder at the Federal agents’ headquarters.
A good view of the ventilation ribs and the lack of a cylinder latch behind the cylinder.
Mark putting the Dan Wesson behind his waist band.
A good view of the distinctive cylinder latch in front of the cylinder.

Taurus Model 85

Dickson (Alan Abelew), the federal agents’ bureau chief, carries a Taurus Model 85 as his side arm, most notably during the mission in the Louisiana swamps to recover the gold treasure.

Taurus Model 85 (classic Model) - .38 Special
Dickson pulls out his Model 85 but is overruled a Jewel’s Desert Eagle.
Dickson waving his Model 85 in the swamps, note the 5-round cylinder.
Dickson surprisingly having his middle finger on the trigger…

Beretta 92FS

Federal agent Chris Cannon (Bruce Penhall) can be seen with a Beretta 92FS. In one scene, Becky Midnite (Suzi Simpson) takes the Beretta from him and holds him at gunpoint with it.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Chris carrying his Beretta as he and his fellow agents watch fleeing thugs.
Mark firing his Beretta on a motorcycle in the Louisiana swamps.
After the motorcycle chase, Mark holds his Beretta on one of the thugs.

Raven Arms MP-25

Supervising federal agent Ava Noble (Tanquil Lisa Collins) carries a nickel Raven Arms MP-25 with faux pearl grips.

Raven Arms MP-25, nickel plated with faux pearl grips - .25 ACP
Ava picking up her MP-25, the pearl grips looking perfect for the occasion.
With a nice warface, Ava holds her MP-25 on a thug as Dickson looks on.

Colt 1860 Army

In a flashback scene to the gold treasure being hidden during the American Civil War, a Confederate officer (Carl Weatherly) can be seen with a Colt 1860 Army defending himself against Indians.

Colt 1860 Army - .44 caliber
The officer cocking his Colt as he hears Indians approaching.
A few seconds later, an excellent view of the sleek profile of the Colt.

Harrington & Richardson Model 733

Rip (Tom Abbott), a thug in the entourage of Santiago, carries a Harrington & Richardson Model 733. He is seen using it most prominently during the motorcycle chase in the Louisiana swamps.

Harrington & Richardson Model 733 - .32 S&W Long
Rip with his Model 733, the distinctive shape of the frame well visible.
Rip firing the Model 733 during the motorcycle chase.

Orion flare gun

An essential scene in any Sidaris movie: stuff being blown up with an 12 Gauge Orion flare gun. In this movie, Jewel Panther uses one on a gasoline storage shed.

Orion flare gun - 12 gauge
Jewel Panther firing the Orion flare gun at the gasoline storage shed.
Jewel Panther with the Orion flare gun right after she’s blown up the gasoline storage shed.

Submachine Guns

Intratec TEC-22

An uncredited thug in Santiago’s gang uses an Intratec TEC-22 during the shootout with the federal agents at the countryside drug storage location.

Intratec TEC-22 - .22 Long Rifle
The thug holding the Intratec as he and a fellow thug take a break.
The way the thug is carrying the Intratec can hardly be called comfortable.

Rifles

Norinco Type 56-1

During the shootout in the swamps, both Jewel Panther as well as Slash (Ron Browning) use the Norinco Type 56-1 recognizable by the hooded front sight. It also has a slanted compensator.

Norinco Type 56-1 fitted with a slanted compensator - 7.62x39mm
An excellent shot of the Type 56 receiver as Slash inserts a fresh magazine.
Slash with the Norinco, allowing a good view of the hooded front sight (and his mullet!).
Jewel Panther taking control with her Type 56, note the slant compensator.

Enfield Pattern 1853

In several flashback scenes, both Confederate as well as Union soldiers are using the Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle during battles surrounding the burying of the gold treasure.

Enfield Pattern 1853 - .577 Ball
Union soldiers loading their Enfields in preparation of a battle with Confederate forces.
Confederate soldiers returning fire on attacking Union forces with their Enfields.

Shotguns

Winchester Model 1300 Defender

During the drug bust scene, an uncredited thug uses a Winchester Model 1300 Defender with pistol grip. Becky takes it from him and uses it during the same scene.

Winchester Model 1300 Defender with pistol grip - 12 gauge
A good view of the Model 1300 as two thugs take a break.
A thug holding Model 1300 as he and his partner are surprised by Becky’s arrival.
Becky taking cover with the Model 1300 during the shootout.

Colt Model 1878 (reproduction)

Rip is using what appears to be a Colt Model 1878. It is seen too brief for correct identification, but it is probably the same Colt shotgun used in other Andy Sidaris movies.

Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 gauge
Rip loading his Colt as he and Slash are returning fire on the federal agents.

Miscellaneous

Barnett Wildcat crossbow

Agents Becky and Ava use the same Barnett Wildcat crossbow with pistol grip that shoots arrows with explosive tips. In one scene, Jewel Panthers picks it up for a few moments.

Barnett Wildcat crossbow
”You gotta stop thinking of me as just another pretty face!”
Becky firing an explosive arrow from her Barnett at attacking thugs.
Jewel Panther with the Barnett, note the good view of the receiver and pistol grip.
Ava about to launch an explosive arrow at the helicopter used by thugs trying to escape.

See Also

Andy Sidaris’ “Bullets, Bombs and Babes” (a.k.a. “L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies”) films
Malibu Express (1985)   •  Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987)   •  Picasso Trigger (1988)   •  Savage Beach (1989)   •  Guns (1990)   •  Do or Die (1991)   •  Hard Hunted (1992)   •  Enemy Gold (1993)   •  Fit to Kill (1993)   •   The Dallas Connection (1994)   •   Day of the Warrior (1996)   •   Return to Savage Beach (1998)



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