Gambling City

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Gambling City
Gambling City Poster.jpg
DVD Cover
Country ITA.jpg Italy
Directed by Sergio Martino
Release Date 1975
Language Italian
Studio Dania Film
Medusa Distribuzione
Main Cast
Character Actor
Luca Altieri Luc Merenda
Maria Luisa Dayle Haddon
Corrado Corrado Pani
"The President" Enrico Maria Salerno
Lisander Franco Iavarone


Gambling City (original title La città gioca d'azzardo) is a 1975 Italian crime movie directed by Sergio Martino. A cardsharper Luca Altieri (Luc Merenda) successfully works for the boss of illegal gambling house but all changes when Luca falls in love to Maria Luisa (Dayle Haddon), the girl of his boss' son Corrado (Corrado Pani).


The following weapons were used in the film Gambling City:

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Handguns

Snub Nose Revolvers

Various characters, including Corrado (Corrado Pani) and his father, known as "The President" (Enrico Maria Salerno), are seen with snub nose revolvers. They are seen mostly distantly and blurry so it's hard to identify them.

During the brawl Luca disarms his opponent who draws a revolver.
Corrado (Corrado Pani) draws his revolver during the brawl in gambling house.
Corrado's henchmen with revolvers.
Corrado holds the revolver that he steals earlier from his father.
Corrado with the revolver in hand.
A criminal with revolver is shot during the massacre in the warehouse.

Walther P38

Lisander (Franco Iavarone), Corrado's bodyguard and killer, uses a Walther P38, sometimes with a sound suppressor. In one scene Lisander's pistol is seen in hands of Luca Altieri (Luc Merenda) and Maria Luisa (Dayle Haddon).

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Lisander takes Maria Luisa as a hostage.
Lisander with suppressed P38.
Maria Luisa holds Lisander's P38 while Luca holds her hands (and the pistol) with his hands that are plastered.
A close view of the same scene.
Lisander draws his P38 (without suppressor) in the final scene.
Lisander fires.

Unidentified pistol

In the final scene Lisander's (Franco Iavarone) Walther P38 switches to another pistol and then back to P38.

Gambling City-Pistol-1.jpg

Submachine Guns

M3 "Grease Gun"

During the massacre in the warehouse one of the attackers is armed with an M3 "Grease Gun".

M3 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP
An attacker fires his M3.
Gambling City-M3-2.jpg
Close view of the gun.

Beretta M12

During the massacre in the warehouse two other attackers are armed with Beretta M12s.

Beretta M12 - 9x19mm
An attacker fires his Beretta M12.
Another attacker fires.
A close view of Beretta M12.
Another close view.

Other Weapons

Toy Pistol

In the opening scene Luca Altieri (Luc Merenda) holds a toy pistol.

Gambling City-ToyPistol-1.jpg



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