Harlem Nights

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Harlem Nights (1989)

Harlem Nights is a 1989 crime comedy that was written and directed by Eddie Murphy, who also starred in the film.


The following weapons were used in the film Harlem Nights:

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Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army (3.5" barrel)

A seven-year-old Quick (Desi Arnez Hines II) uses Sugar Ray's Colt Sheriff's Model SAA revolver with a 3.5" barrel and nickel finish (which appears to have a sawn barrel) to fatally shoot a toothless gambler (Ji-Tu Cumbuka) in the forehead during the opening 1918 flashback.

Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army w/ 3.5" barrel - .45 LC.
Ray reaches under the table for his SAA.
Quick with the SAA after shooting the gambler and saving Ray.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Quick (Eddie Murphy) draws a Smith & Wesson Model 36 from an ankle holster during his fight with Vera (Della Reese), using it to shoot her in the foot when she draws a razor. (The use of the Model 36, developed in 1950, is anachronistic for a scene set in 1938).

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Quick threatens Vera.

Colt Detective Special

Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor) draws a nickel Colt Detective Special when he enters his home and finds Sgt. Cantone inside.

Colt Detective Special (Nickel) - .38 Special
Ray enters his living room with his Colt Detective Special ready.
Ray holds his Colt Detective Special on Cantone as they talk.

Colt New Service

NYPD Det. Sgt. Phil Cantone (Danny Aiello) carries a Colt New Service throughout the film.

Colt M1917 in moon clipped .45 ACP.
Cantone fires his New Service.
Cantone has his gun drawn on Quick and Ray inside the abandoned bank.

Colt Model 1903 Hammerless

Quick (Eddie Murphy) carries two nickel Colt Model 1903 Hammerless pistols with pearl grips. He is first seen drawing them from the glove compartment in his car as he is being chased by Smalls' brother, but has them in a shoulder rig later that night when at Dominique's.

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Pistol Nickel - .32 acp
Quick draws the Colts from his glove compartment.
Quick takes cover with his gun drawn during the shootout with Smalls' brother.
Quick fires three shots at the men attacking him, hitting each one.
Quick places his Colts under Dominique's pillows before sleeping with her.

M1928 Thompson

Smalls' brother (Arsenio Hall) and one of his thugs load up M1928 Thompsons with drum magazines when preparing to ambush Quick. They end up using them to shoot Junior, one of his other thugs, and to shoot up a flower shop Quick is hiding in. One of Ray's men also holds one on Cantrone in the bank.

M1928 "Tommy Gun" .45 ACP with 50-round drum magazine
Smalls' brother and his friend load up their Thompsons.
When Quick slams his car into theirs, the Thompsons fire wildly and kill Junior in the front seat.
Smalls' brother approaches the flower shop where Quick is hiding.
Smalls' brother attempts to ambush Quick.
Small's brother firing his Thompson eyes closed.
One of Ray's men with his Thompson and two others with Winchester '97s.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Smalls' brother's driver fires a single shot from his Smith & Wesson Model 10 after each volley fired from the Thompsons at Quick in the flower shop, until Smalls' brother finally yells at him to stop.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
The driver fires a shot from his Model 10 after Smalls' brother has fired his Thompson at full-auto at the flower shop.
The driver fires a shot too close to Smalls' brother, who yells at him.

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket

Quick finds a nickel Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket under Dominique La Rue's (Jasmine Guy) pillow. Later in the night, Dominique draws the pistol to try and shoot Quick, but he had emptied it when she wasn't in the room.

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket (Nickel) - .25 ACP
The Colt Vest Pocket under Dominique's pillow.
Quick remarks that Dominique's gun is "cute".
Dominique holds her Model 1908 on Quick.

Winchester Model 1897

The NYPD officers, including Sgt. Cantrone, who raid Sugar Ray's nightclub carry Winchester Model 1897 shotguns. Two of Ray's men, including Jimmy (Charlie Murphy, brother of Eddie Murphy) later hold '97s on Cantrone inside the abandoned bank before tying him up in the vault.

Winchester Model 1897 12 gauge Trench Gun
Cantrone fires a shot from his '97 into the air as he enters the club.
Two NYPD officers with '97s as Cantrone tells the club patrons they are under arrest.
One of Ray's men with his Thompson and two others with Winchester '97s.



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