Fantômas se déchaîne
Fantômas se déchaîne (English title: Fantomas Unleashed) is a 1965 French crime comedy directed by André Hunebelle. Starring Jean Marais as the arch villain with the same name opposite Louis de Funès as the earnest but outclassed commissaire Juve and the journalist Fandor, also played by Marais. It is the second in the trilogy of Fantômas films that became extremely successful in Europe and Soviet Union and found success even in the United States and Japan.
The following weapons were used in the film Fantômas se déchaîne:
MAB Model D
French police officers use MAB Model D as their sidearms.
Fantômas's henchmen are seen with a Luger P08 pistol.
Other guards at the headquarters of Fantomas were armed with PPSh-41 and unknown types of submachine guns.
One of Fantomas´ men holds a Thompson M1A1. The SMG is fitted with a vertical foregrip and Cutts compensator.
Shooting peg leg
- Fantômas se déchaîne