Fabio Montale

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Fabio Montale
Fabio Montale DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country FRA.jpg France
ITA.jpg Italy
CH.jpg Switzerland
Directed by José Pinheiro
Release Date 2002
Language French
Studio GMT Productions
TF1
Main Cast
Character Actor
Commissioneer Fabio Montale Alain Delon
Capt. Thierry Peyrol Cédric Chevalme
Babette De Metz Elena Sofia Ricci
Lt. Loubet Eric Defosse
Commissioneer Philippe Auch Jean-Marie Winling
Commissioneer Hélène Pessayre Mathilda May
Norine Andrée Damant
Fonfon Georges Neri


Fabio Montale is a French 2002 detective mini series directed by José Pinheiro and starring Alain Delon as Marseilles police commissioneer Fabio Montale. In a short time prior to his retirement from service, Montale finds a trace of corruption in high ranks of local police. The story is based on the novels by Jean-Claude Izzo.


The following weapons were used in the film Fabio Montale:

Contents


Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight

A Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight is Fabio Montale's (Alain Delon) personal weapon in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1) and "Chourmo" (Ep.2).

Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight - .38 Special
Montale surprises Pierre Ugolini with his revolver in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
Montale's revolver in holster. The grip is seen.
Montale's revolver and five cartridges in the opening scene in "Chourmo" (Ep.2). Note that one cartridge differs from four others.
Montale loads his revolver.
Another view of the revolver with open cylinder.
Montale holds the revolver.
Montale fires at the shooting range.
A side view of the revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 Snub Nose

In "Solea" (Ep.3) Fabio Montale (Alain Delon) is retired from service and cannot carry a gun legally. So when in need, he asks Thierry Peyrol for help and gets an illegal Smith & Wesson Model 15 Snub revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 with 2" barrel - .38 Special
Commissioneer Hélène Pessayre (Mathilda May) is sniffing the muzzle of Montale's revolver when he is caught on the place of murder.
She gives the revolver back of Montale.
Montale cleans the revolver. The cleaning of guns is rarely seen in movies.
Montale fires in the climactic scene.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose

A snub nose Smith & Wesson Model 66 is seen in the scene on Gennaro Battisti's villa in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1). Fabio Montale (Alain Delon) loads it with a cartridge, taken from the box with marking "38 Special".

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
Montale finds the revolver in Battisti's bedroom.
The box of .38 Special cartridges.
Montale aims the revolver.
He throws it on Battisti's bed.

Smith & Wesson Model 38

Commissioneer Hélène Pessayre's (Mathilda May) personal weapon is a Smith & Wesson Model 38 with Smith & Wesson ergonomic rosewood grips.

Smith & Wesson Model 38, aluminum-alloy-framed version of Model 49 - .38 Special
The grip of the revolver is seen in Hélène Pessayre's handbag in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).
Hélène Pessayre draws her revolver in "Solea" (Ep.3).
Hélène fires in the climactic scene.

Manurhin F1

Montale's assistant Capt. Thierry Peyrol (Cédric Chevalme) carries a Manurhin F1 revolver.

Manurhin F1 - .357 Magnum
Peyrol holds a revolver in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
Nearly mad Peyrol holds his revolver in the climactic scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
He puts it to his own head.
A close view of the revolver in the same scene.
Peyrol holds his revolver in "Solea" (Ep.3).

Colt Python

Another Montale's assistant Lt. Loubet (Eric Defosse) is armed with a Colt Python with 4" barrel.

Colt Python with 4" Barrel and factory wood grips - .357 Magnum
Loubet (at the left) holds a revolver in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
Loubet (at the background) holds his revolver in the climactic scene in "Solea" (Ep.3).
The vent rib can be seen.

Unidentified revolvers

Capt. Morvan's subordinates fire at escaping Ugolini in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1). One of them holds a stainless steel or nickel plated revolver.
A police detective holds an unidentified revolver in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).

Pistols

Glock 33

In "Total Khéops" (Ep.1) Fabio Montale (Alain Delon) carries a Glock 33 in addition to his Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight. In one scene the pistol is taken from Montale by his old friend Pierre Ugolini (Jean-François Garreaud) who spoke disparagingly about the Glock, calling it a mere toy. After this scene the Glock 33 isn't seen.

Glock 33 - .357 SIG
Ugolini takes the Glock from Montale.
Another view of the pistol.

Glock 26

A Glock 26 is a backup weapon of Capt. Morvan (Marc Samuel) who carries it in leg holster. In one scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1) Morvan puts the pistol in hand of dead Pierre Ugolini.

Glock 26 - 9x19mm
A Glock 26 is seen in the hand of dead Ugolini.
A flashback: Morvan draws the pistol from the leg holster...
...and puts it in Ugolini's hand.

Beretta 92FS

A Beretta 92FS is Capt. Morvan's (Marc Samuel) sidearm in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1). In one scene he gives it to Lt. Loubet (Eric Defosse). In "Chourmo" (Ep.2) a Beretta 92FS is used by Alex Narni (Michel Albertini). In "Solea" (Ep.3) an assassin uses a nickel plated, pearl gripped Beretta. Auch (Jean-Marie Winling) uses a Beretta in the climactic scene in the same episode.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Capt. Morvan draws his pistol in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
Morvan fires.
Morvan gives his Beretta to Loubet in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
A police officer next to Montale aims his Beretta in the climactic scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
A police detective fires a bright nickel plated Beretta on shooting range in the opening scene in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).
Alex Narni aims his Beretta.
Another view of the same scene.
An assassin fires a Beretta in "Solea" (Ep.3). It looks bright and appears to be a nickel plated rather than a stainless steel.
Auch fires.
A close view of Auch's pistol.

Walther PPK

Pierre Ugolini (Jean-François Garreaud) uses a Walther PPK to assassinate a crime boss Toine Zucca in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP. Note the ring just behind the magazine.
Ugolini fires.
Another view of the same scene.
Ugolini throws away the pistol after the murder.

Walther P38

In a flashback scene of Montale's youth (seen in first and second episodes) Gennaro Battisti (uncredited) gives a Walther P38 to young Fabio (Nicolas Granion).

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Battisti carries the P38, tucked at his belt.
He cocks the pistol.
Young Fabio holds the Walther.
He fires at a target.

Jericho 941 FB Compact

A pistol that appears to be a Jericho 941 FB Compact is seen in hands of a robber in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1). Commissioneer Philippe Auch (Jean-Marie Winling) uses a compact Jericho 941 in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).

Jericho 941 FB Compact - 9x19mm
A robber holds a hostage in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
A view of the muzzle.
Fabio Montale holds the pistol that the robber surrenders to him.
Auch draws the pistol in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).
Auch aims at Fabio Montale.

MAB PA-15

What appears to be a MAB PA-15 is seen in hands of a police officer in the climactic scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

MAB PA-15 - 9x19mm
A police officer at the right holds a pistol in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

Star Model 30

What appears to be a Star Model 30 is used by Auch's henchman in "Solea" (Ep.3).

Star Model 30P Pistol - 9x19mm (Steel frame)
Auch's henchman fires a pistol in the climactic scene.

Unidentified pistols

A police officer with a pistol in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

A Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is seen in hands of a police officer in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1). One of Auch's henchmen is armed with an MP5 in the climactic scene in "Solea" (Ep.3).

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
A police officer holds an MP5 in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).
Auch's henchman fires an MP5 in "Solea" (Ep.3).
The henchman (at the right) is shot and drops his SMG.

Uzi

Redouane Hamoudi (Kamel Ferrat) uses a Uzi in the assassination attempt in "Chourmo" (Ep.2). In "Solea" (Ep.3) two of Auch's henchmen carry Uzi during the assassination of Babette's friends.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
Redouane readies for the attack on Montale's car.
He fires.
Two assassins with Uzi SMGs appear from the car in "Solea" (Ep.3).
One of them fires his Uzi.

Mini Uzi

Narni's henchman uses a Mini Uzi to kill Serge Bondy (Jean-Claude Dauphin) in "Chourmo" (Ep.2). In the same episode Redouane Hamoudi (Kamel Ferrat) takes a Mini Uzi but then it switches to a full size Uzi. In "Solea" (Ep.3) several of Auch's henchmen carry Mini Uzi in the climactic scene.

IMI Mini Uzi with stock folded - 9x19mm
A hitman appears from the car with a Mini Uzi in hand in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).
Another view of the Mini Uzi in the same scene.
A Mini Uzi is seen in Redouane Hamoudi's bag. One or two more SMGs are seen below.
Redouane draws a Mini Uzi. When he is seen next time with his SMG, it switches to Uzi.
Auch's henchman fires a Mini Uzi in "Solea" (Ep.3).

MAT-49

Davor (Pierre Henri) fires a MAT-49 at Pavie (Géraldine Danon) in "Chourmo" (Ep.2). A MAT-49 is seen in Redouane Hamoudi's room together with a Mini Uzi in the same episode.

MAT-49 - 9x19mm
A MAT-49 is seen in Redouane Hamoudi's bag.
Davor draws a MAT-49. The magazine is folded.
Davor appears from his house with MAT-49 in hands.
Davor fires.

Shotguns

Remington 870 Police Magnum

A pump action shotgun with pistol grip and folding stock is seen in hands of a police officer in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1). It appears to be a Remington 870 Police Magnum.

Remington 870 Police Magnum with folding stock - 12 gauge
A masked police officer at the right holds a shotgun.

Double Barreled Shotgun

In one scene in "Chourmo" (Ep.2) Davor (Pierre Henri) raises a double barreled shotgun at Montale but the commissioneer disarms him. Fonfon (Georges Neri) is seen with a double barreled shotgun in "Solea" (Ep.3).

Davor "greets" Montale with a shotgun.
Now the shotgun is in Montale's hands.
Fonfon holds a shotgun in "Solea" (Ep.3).

Rifles

Remington 700PSS

Thierry Peyrol (Cédric Chevalme) uses a Remington 700PSS in the climactic scene in "Solea" (Ep.3).

Remington 700PSS with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
Peyrol reloads the rifle.
He fires.

IMI Hadar II

A IMI Hadar II rifle is used by a police sniper in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

IMI Hadar II - .308 Winchester
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Assault Rifles

SIG SG 540

Several plainclothed police detectives carry SIG SG 540s during the hunt for Pierre Ugolini in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

SIG SG 540 with bipod - 5.56x45mm
A plainclothed detective holds an SG 540.
Capt. Morvan's subordinates fire at escaping Ugolini. Two of them are armed with SG 540s.
Another view of the same scene.

SIG SG 543

A SIG SG 543 is seen in hands of a police officer in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

SIG SG 543 with folding stock - 5.56x45mm
A close view of the officer with an SG 543.

SIG SG 551

In several scenes in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1) police officers and detectives carry SIG SG 551 assault rifles.

SIG SG 551 - 5.56x45mm
An officer holds an SG 551 during the opening credits.
Capt. Morvan's subordinates fire at escaping Ugolini. One of them (the kneeled one) is armed with a SG 551, fitted with a tactical flashlight.
Another view of the same scene. The man in brown coat in center holds a SG 551.

SIG SG 552

A SIG SG 552 is seen in hands of a police officer in the opening scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1).

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm
An officer holds an SG 552.

Galil MAR

In one scene in "Total Khéops" (Ep.1) a hitman fires a Galil MAR at Montale's car.

IMI Galil MAR - 5.56x45mm NATO
A motorcycle riding hitman readies his Galil MAR.
He fires at Montale's car.

Trivia

In Commissioneer Montale's office there are two photos of some episodes of his past. These photos appear to be screenshots from previous Delon's movies: For a Cop's Hide (on the top) and Dirty Money (on the bottom).

Fabio Montale-1-Trivia-1.jpg

Two photos of firearms are seen in Redouane Hamoudi's room in "Chourmo" (Ep.2).




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