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Hook (1991)

Hook is the 1991 fantasy adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Robin Williams as Peter Banning, a driven corporate lawyer who after a trip to London discovers his true identity. The film's cast includes Julia Roberts, Bob Hoskins, and Dustin Hoffman as the title character.

The following weapons were used in the film Hook:


18th Century Flintlock Pistol

A modern Italian copy of an 18th century Flintlock Pistol is the handgun pulled by Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) when he contemplates shooting himself.

British 1756 Light Dragoon Pistol - .68 caliber
Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) brandishes the flintlock as he contemplates suicide.
Hook uses his namesake prosthetic to cock the hammer on the flintlock.
Hook holding the flintlock to his head while telling a dumbstruck Smee (Bob Hoskins) to stop him.

Flintlock Pocket Pistol

When Peter Banning (Robin Williams) pulls out his checkbook, Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) uses a short-barreled Flintlock Pocket Pistol to put a hole in it.

Pocket-sized Flintlock Pistol.
Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) uses a short-barreled Flintlock Pocket Pistol.
Hook fires the pistol.
A hole is put in the checkbook of Peter Banning (Robin Williams).

Pirate Flintlock Pistol

During the pirate baseball game, what appears to be a Pirate Flintlock pistol with a short barrel is used by the catcher when an opposing player attempts to steal second base.

A screen-used flintlock pistol, image contributed by User:MoviePropMaster2008
The catcher at the baseball game takes aim at the runner stealing second
Pistol is fired.
The runner is dropped by a shot from the catcher's pistol, the weapon being surprisingly accurate at such a distance

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