Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo

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Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo
HerbieMC-Poster.jpg
Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Vincent McEveety
Release Date 1977
Language English
French
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributor Buena Vista Distribution Company
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jim Douglas Dean Jones
Wheely Applegate Don Knotts
Inspector Bouchet Jacques Marin
Quincey Roy Kinnear
Max Bernard Fox


Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo is the 1977 third installment of the Disney series of films about "Herbie", a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle race car with a mind of his own.

The following weapons appear in the film Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo:

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Handguns

Walther PPK

A few times throughout the film, the villians Max and Quincey (Bernard Fox and Roy Kinnear) can both be seen carrying Walther PPKs.

Walther PPK - .32 ACP
Max (Bernard Fox) pointing his PPK.
Close-up shot of Max's PPK.
The PPK is knocked onto the ground.
Max recovers the gun and points it at Jim Douglas (Dean Jones).

Smith & Wesson Model 36

When Inspector Bouchet (Jacques Marin) reveals himself as the mastermind behind the diamond heist, he defends himself with a Smith & Wesson Model 36. The gun is knocked into the air by "Herbie" and caught by Wheelie Applegate (Don Knotts).

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Inspector Bouchet (Jacques Marin) points his Model 36. Note that in this shot he is carrying a prop gun.
A better view of the "nongun" Model 36.
When "Herbie" knocks the gun into the air, it is recovered by Wheelie Applegate (Don Knotts), and is now a genuine Model 36.

Shotguns

Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun"

At the beginning of the film, one of the French officers guarding the L'Etoile de Joie diamond can be seen carrying a Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun."

Winchester 1897 "Trench Gun" - 12 Gauge
Guard wielding his 1897.

High Standard K-1200 Riot Standard Shotgun

The French guards can also be seen carrying High Standard K-1200 Riot Standard Shotguns. Notice that one of the guards from the above scene suddenly changes to a different actor, and the older guard suddenly swaps his Winchester Model 1897 for a Flite King. This is because the former scene was shot on location in France, whereas this scene was filmed on a sound stage in L.A.

High Standard Flite King K-1200 Riot Standard Model - 12 gauge
Guards carrying matching Flite King shotguns.



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