Spy, Stand Up
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Spy, Stand Up (Original title: Espion, lève-toi) is a 1982 French thriller drama film directed by Yves Boisset on based espionage novel Chance Awakening (1977) by George Markstein about a a sleeper agent of French secret service (SDECEE) in Zurich. Starring Lino Ventura, Michel Piccoli and Bruno Cremer.
The following weapons were used in the movie Espion, lève-toi:
The sleeper agent of French secret service Sébastien Grenier (Lino Ventura) used a 2nd series Llama IX-A pistol.
Llama IX-A, 2nd series - .45 ACP
Sébastien Grenier took out from a vault his gun.
In the final Sébastien going to shoot culprit of his problems.
French P38 Gray Ghost
Some characters are seen with French P38 Gray Ghost pistols.
Post war French P38 Grey Ghost - 9x19mm
The girl - member of a terrorist commando prepares a gun for the event.
After she handed this pistol to next terrorist in the car.
The member of a terrorist commando holds a gun during action in a tram.
The motorized cops draw their sidearms and opens fire on the terrorists.
MAB Model D
The killer Ramos (Marc Mazza) carries what appears to be an MAB Model D.
MAB Model D Type II - .32 ACP
Ramos had his gun in the holster always close at hand.
Several members of a terrorist commando used a suppressed MAC-10 submachine guns.
MAC-10 fitted with suppressor - .45 ACP
A terrorist checks his weapon before the event.
The girl - a member of a terrorist squad during action in the tram.