Halloween is the 1978 horror film classic directed by John Carpenter and starring Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, a young woman who finds that she is being stalked by mysterious killer who could be Michael Myers, a man who was wanted for the murder of his sister and several other teenagers nearly 15 years prior on Halloween night. The film would spawn a feature film series and a two-film Rob Zombie-directed remake series. Jamie Lee Curtis would reprise her role as Laurie in three more films: 1981's Halloween II, then in 1998 in Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later, 2002's Halloween: Resurrection and then returned 40 years later in the direct feature film sequel of the same name that premiered in October of 2018.
The following weapons were used in the film Halloween (1978):
Smith & Wesson Model 15 Combat Masterpiece
Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasence) in his pursuit of Michael Myers uses a Smith & Wesson Model 15. This was the weapon used in firing the infamous six shots into Michael Myers' chest in the final scene of the film. This particular weapon was fitted with target grips, instead of the more common slimline Magna grips of the same era.