Frankie and Johnny

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Frankie and Johnny
Frankie and Johnny Poster.jpg
Original Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Frederick De Cordova
Release Date 1966
Studio Edward Small Productions
Main Cast
Character Actor
Johnny Elvis Presley
Frankie Donna Douglas
Cully Harry Morgan
Mitzi Sue Ane Langdon
Nellie Bly Nancy Kovack
Peg Audrey Christie
Blackie Robert Strauss
Clint Braden Anthony Eisley


Frankie and Johnny is an American 1966 musical comedy directed by Frederick De Cordova and starring Elvis Presley as Johnny, a riverboat singer and gambler.


The following weapons were used in the film Frankie and Johnny:

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Colt Official Police

Frankie's (Donna Douglas) stage gun is a nickel plated pearl-gripped Colt Official Police revolver, visually modified by adding a fake side-mounted extractor rod housing (without the extractor rod itself) in Single Action Army style. In the scene when Blackie (Robert Strauss) loads the revolver with a live round the gun switches to a genuine SAA (see below) and then back.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel - .38 Special
Frankie holds the revolver during the musical show. Note the fake side-mounted extractor housing.
Frankie raises her gun on Johnny...
...and fires.
Clint Braden (Anthony Eisley), the boss of riverboat casino, examines Frankie's revolver.
He hands the gun to his assistant Blackie (Robert Strauss).
Frankie shoots at Johnny on a promotion still.
Clind Braden holds the revolver on a promotion still.

Single Action Army

When Blackie loads Frankie's screen gun with a live round, the gun switches to a Single Action Army Civilian model, also nickel plated and pearl-gripped.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, custom engraved with ivory - .32-20 Winchester
Blackie takes the revolver.
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He loads it with live ammo.
Another view of the revolver in Blackie's hands.
Eddie (Cliff Norton), in charge of stage props, holds a box with said revolver.



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