For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now (Pour 100 briques t'as plus rien!)

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For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now
(Pour 100 briques t'as plus rien!)
Pour 100 briques Poster.jpg
Original French Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Édouard Molinaro
Release Date 1982
Language French
Studio TF1 Films Production
Uranium Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sam Daniel Auteuil
Paul Gérard Jugnot
Nicole Anémone
The bank director François Perrot
Henri Jean-Pierre Castaldi
Odette Annick Blancheteau
Comissioneer Bouvard Georges Géret
Jean-Louis Paul Barge (II)


For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now (original title Pour 100 briques t'as plus rien!) is a 1982 French crime comedy directed by Édouard Molinaro. Two unemployed Parisians, Sam (Daniel Auteuil) and Paul (Gérard Jugnot), decide to commit a bank robbery. They arm themselves with toy guns and take hostages in a bank office. But soon they find out that the hostages are ready to team with the robbers in a "noble cause" of bank heist.


The following weapons were used in the film For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now (Pour 100 briques t'as plus rien!):

Contents


Handguns

Manurhin MR-73

A Manurhin MR-73 is Comissioneer Bouvard's (Georges Géret) service sidearm.

MR-73 Gendarmie with Duty Sights - .357 Magnum
Bouvard checks his revolver.
Bouvard's revolver is seen at the left.
Bouvard puts his revolver back in holster.
Bouvard fires.

M1911A1

An M1911A1-style pistol is briefly seen in hands of a bank robber in the opening scene.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP. This has a deep Colt factory blued finish, common for commercial variants before and after the war.
A robber (at the right) holds a female hostage at gunpoint with his 1911.

Unique Rr 51

In one scene a security guard (Darry Cowl) of apartment house is seen with a pistol that appears to be a Unique Rr 51.

Unique Rr 51 - 7.65x17mm
The security guard holds his pistol.
Another view of the pistol.

Pocket pistol

Comissioneer Bouvard's (Georges Géret) backup gun is a pocket pistol that he hides inside a hollow heel of his boot. The pistol resembles several West German-manufactured pocket pistols, like Valor SM-11 or Gecado Model 11.

Valor SM-11 - 6.35mm Browning
Gecado Model 11 - 6.35mm Browning
Bouvard shows his pistol to another police detective.
He hides the pistol in the hollow heel.
Bouvard trains in fast drawing of the pistol.
Bouvard's pistol on the floor.
Next moment the pistol gets a magazine. Supposedly in previous scenes it was unloaded.
Paul (Gérard Jugnot) holds Bouvard's pistol.

Submachine Guns

MAT-49

In several scenes MAT-49 SMGs are used by police.

MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
A gendarme with MAT-49 leaves the car. Note that the magazine of his SMG is stucked in half-folded position.
A close view of MAT-49.
Numerous gendarmes with MAT-49s.

Shotguns

Unidentified pump action shotgun

An unidentified pump action shotgun is seen in hands of a police detective in one scene.

A plainclothes detective in center holds a shotgun.

Rifles

Bolt Action Sniper Rifles

In the opening scene several police snipers with bolt action rifles are seen. Snipers with bolt action rifles also appear in the scene of the robbery, commited by Sam and Paul.

A sniper on the rooftop.
A sniper on the balcony.
A close view of the rifle.
A sniper leaves a car.
Another view of the rifle of the same sniper.

Unidentified rifle or shotgun

In the final scene retired Comissioneer Bouvard (Georges Géret) is seen with a rifle or a shotgun.

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SIG SG 540

During the bank heist several police snipers are armed with SIG SG 540 rifles with folding stock.

SIG SG 540 with folding stock - 5.56x45mm
A sniper with SG 540 on the balcony.
Another sniper. His rifle lacks a magazine.
A sniper is seen in night scene. This rifle also seems to lack a magazine.

Toy Guns

Several toy guns are used by Sam and Paul during the bank heist.

Toy revolver

A toy revolver (with unknown prototype) is used by Sam (Daniel Auteuil) during the bank robbery.

Sam with a revolver and an M16 (at the left) and Paul with P38 and M16 (at the right) train for the heist.
Sam aims his revolver at the bank director (François Perrot) and suggests his to guess if the gun is a toy or a real weapon.
Sam holds his revolver.
A close view of the revolver.
Another view of the revolver. The revolver looks like being a 12-round (or even more). A similar cylinder can be seen in Confidentially Yours.

Toy Walther P38

A Walther P38 is seen in hands of Paul (Gérard Jugnot) during the training for the robbery. It isn't seen during the robbery itself. During the bank heist in the opening scene one of the robbers is armed with a P38. This movie prop can be the same toy gun that is later used by Paul.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
A robber in the middle holds a P38.
A close view of Paul's P38.
Paul (at the left) holds a P38.

Toy M16A1

Sam and Paul steal two toy M16A1s when they prepare for the robbery. Only one of them is used during the heist. The toy gun looks very close to the original rifle.

M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A toy M16A1 is seen in the shop together with several pistols and revolvers.
Sam with a revolver and an M16 (at the left) and Paul with P38 and M16 (at the right) train for the heist.
A security guard (Darry Cowl) teaches the proper handling of M16.
Paul enters the bank.
Paul with M16.
The bank director (François Perrot) finds out that the rifle is a merely toy.

Toy F1 Grenade

A toy F1 hand grenade is seen in hands of Sam (Daniel Auteuil) during the training for the robbery. It isn't seen during the robbery itself.

F1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade with Mle1935 fuse.
Sam holds a grenade and a revolver.



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