In a Valley of Violence

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In a Valley of Violence
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Original Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Ti West
Release Date 2016
Studio Blumhouse Productions
Distributor Focus World
Main Cast
Character Actor
Paul Ethan Hawke
Mary-Anne Taissa Farmiga
Deputy Gilly Martin James Ransone
Marshal Clyde Martin John Travolta
Ellen Karen Gillan
Priest Burn Gorman
Harris Toby Huss
Roy Larry Fessenden


In a Valley of Violence is a 2016 Western movie directed by Ti West and starring Ethan Hawke, Taissa Farmiga, James Ransone, Karen Gillan, and John Travolta. Paul (Hawke), ex-cavalryman turned tramp, enters a small town in the Wild West. Here, he confronts Deputy Gilly Martin (Ransone) and Gilly's father, the Marshal Clyde Martin (Travolta). The only person who helps Paul is Mary-Anne (Farmiga) who works at the local hotel.


The following weapons were used in the film In a Valley of Violence:

Contents


Revolvers

Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield

A priest (Burn Gorman) whom Paul (Ethan Hawke) confronts twice carries a Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield revolver. Both times Paul disarms the priest, and after the second conflict he takes the revolver for himself and uses it until the finale. This revolver is also seen on the film poster.

Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield with barrel cut down to five inches - .45 Schofield
The priest threatens Paul during their first encounter.
Another view of the same scene.
Paul picks up the revolver.
Paul in turn threatens the priest.
Paul unloads the revolver.
Paul holds the revolver that he took from the priest following their second encounter.
A good view of Paul's revolver.
Paul threatens Deputy Harris (Toby Huss).
Paul aims his revolver during the showdown.
Paul (Ethan Hawke holds his "Wells Fargo" Schofield in a promotional image.

Remington 1858 New Army

Deputy Gilly Martin (James Ransone) carries a Remington 1858 New Army revolver. Deputy Tubby (Tommy Nohilly) is also armed with a Remington 1858 New Army but his revolver has a brass frame and appears to be a modern and unauthentic replica, known as a "Texas Model". Both revolvers are cap and ball guns, not cartridge conversions, but no percussion caps can be seen on screen.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
Remington 1858 New Army (with a brass frame) - .44 caliber
Gilly Martin draws his revolver during the scene in the saloon.
Another view of the same scene. The chambers of the cylinder are empty, and rust can be seen inside the muzzle.
Tubby with a Remington 1858 with brass frame and Roy (Larry Fessenden) with a Colt 1851 Navy during the confrontation with Paul on the town's street.
Tubby holds his revolver while hiding in the hotel.
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Tubby falls down, the revolver in hand. The plugs in the chambers may be used to imitate the loaded cap and ball revolver.
Gilly dual-wields Colt 1851 Navy and Remington 1858 New Army revolvers when he readies to enter the street for the showdown. When he is seen on the street in the next scene, he holds a Colt 1860 Army (see below) instead of the Remington.
Another view of the same scene.

Colt 1851 Navy

A Colt 1851 Navy with a brass frame is one of the revolvers used by Deputy Gilly Martin (James Ransone). Similar looking revolvers (possibly the same prop reused) are also seen in the hands of Deputies Roy (Larry Fessenden) and Harris (Toby Huss). The Colt Navy is a cartridge model, but retains the external features of the original percussion cap version.

Colt 1851 Navy with a cartridge conversion. This is a reproduction of the gun used by Eli Wallach in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly and imported by Cimmaron Arms.
Roy aims his revolver during the conflict with Paul on the town's street.
Harris holds the Colt 1851 Navy.
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Gilly Martin holds the Colt 1851 Navy.
Gilly dual-wields Colt 1851 Navy and Remington 1858 New Army revolvers when he readies to enter the street for the showdown. It can be seen that the revolver is a cartridge version. Note the plugs in the chambers of the Colt, possibly used to imitate a cap and ball gun.
Another view of Gilly's revolvers.
Gilly aims his revolvers. The Remington switches to a Colt 1860 Army due to a continuity error. The Colt Navy now lacks the previously seen plugs in the chambers.
A promotional image shows Tubby (Tommy Nohilly) with a Remington 1858 New Army and Roy (Larry Fessenden) with a Colt 1851 Navy.

Colt 1860 Army

A Colt 1860 Army is one of the revolvers used by Deputy Gilly Martin (James Ransone). Mary-Anne (Taissa Farmiga) takes this revolver in the final scene. The revolver is a cartridge version but retains the external features of the original percussion cap version, like the abovementioned Colt 1851 Navy.

Colt 1860 Army with Prototype Cartridge Conversion - .44 RF
Gilly Martin holds the Colt 1860 Army during the night attack on Paul's camp.
Another view of the revolver in the same scene.
The Colt 1860 Army is seen when Harris takes the firearms from the marshal's office.
Gilly dual-wields a Colt 1860 Army (instead of previously seen Remington 1858 New Army) and Colt 1851 Navy. Note the empty chambers.
Another view of the same scene.
Mary-Anne holds Gilly's revolver.

Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model

A Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model revolver is used by Marshal Clyde Martin (John Travolta).

Colt Single Action Army with 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - .45 Long Colt
Marshal Clyde Martin holds the SAA "Cavalry" revolver in his left hand.
Another view of the marshal's revolver.
The marshal's "Cavalry" revolver is seen on a promotional image.
The marshal's "Cavalry" revolver is seen on a promotional image.

Single Action Army "Civilian" Model

Traveling salesman William T. Baxter (Kaius Harrison) carries a matching pair of nickel plated Single Action Army "Civilian" Model revolvers with ivory grips. In the scene in the bar, Gilly Martin (James Ransone) takes one of Baxter's revolvers.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model, custom engraved with ivory grips - .32-20 Winchester
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Close-ups of one of Baxter's revolvers.
Both revolvers are seen.
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Gilly Martin takes one of the revolvers from Baxter.
He mockingly aims at Deputy Harris.
The revolver is seen from the muzzle when Gilly aims at Paul.

Rifles

Winchester Model 1873 Carbine

Deputy Harris (Toby Huss) takes a Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine from Marshal's office. This carbine is also used by Paul (Ethan Hawke).

Winchester 1873 - .44-40
Harris holds the Winchester when he takes the guns from the marshal's office. The saddle ring is seen.
Harris on the rooftop.
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Close-up of Harris' Winchester.
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Paul gets the rifle from Harris and now holds him at gunpoint.
Paul aims at Marshal Clyde Martin.

Springfield "Trapdoor" M1884 Carbine

Paul (Ethan Hawke) carries a Springfield "Trapdoor" Carbine during the encounter with the priest. He is also seen with the same gun in a flashback scene showing him during the American Indian Wars. The shape and position of the rear sight match Models 1884 or 1888 rather than Model 1873 that is more common on screen.

Springfield "Trapdoor" M1884 Carbine - .45-70
Paul carries his carbine in the saddle holster.
Paul rests with the carbine at hand.
Harris (Toby Huss) grabs the carbine during the night attack on Paul's camp.
Harris aims at Paul
Harris holds the carbine.
Paul holds the carbine in a flashback scene.
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Paul holds his carbine. Note the attachment of the gun sling to the trigger guard.

Shotguns

Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun

In the climactic scene Marshal Clyde Martin (John Travolta) is armed with a Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun. This gun is also seen on the film poster.

Dominion Arms Outlaw Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Marshal Clyde Martin readies the shotgun.
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The marshal with the shotgun.

Marshal's Guns

In one scene, every gun taken from the marshal's office is seen.

From left to right: 1 - Winchester Model 1873 Carbine, 2 - Colt 1860 Army revolver, 3 - Winchester Model 1892, judging by the noticeable edge at the junction of the buttstock and the receiver, 4 - Winchester Model 1873 Rifle, 5 - Winchester Model 1892, most likely a carbine, judging by the rounded barrel, 6 - Remington 1858 New Army revolver, 7 - Double Barreled Shotgun with exposed hammers, likely a Colt Model 1878 or some similar gun, 8 - Colt 1851 Navy revolver. A number of shotgun shells are seen near the buttstock of the second from left rifle and in a nearly empty box at the far left.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - .44-40 WCF
Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine
Winchester Model 1873 "Short Rifle" model with octagon barrel - .44-40 WCF
Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
Colt 1860 Army with Prototype Cartridge Conversion - .44 RF
Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
Colt 1851 Navy with a cartridge conversion
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