|Jaguar (Le Jaguar)
Original French Poster
||French, Portuguese, Spanish
TF1 Films Production
Jaguar (original title Le Jaguar) is a 1996 French adventure movie directed by Francis Veber. A shaman from Amazon rain forest visits France and by chance meets a gambler François Perrin (Patrick Bruel). A mysterious spiritual connection is established between the two, and when the shaman's spirit is stolen, it is Perrin who has to go and retrieve it.
Note: the names François Perrin and Jean Campana are used in other films by Yves Robert and Francis Veber, but the characters are completely different.
The following weapons were used in the film Jaguar (Le Jaguar):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
A Taurus PT57S AMF is a personal firearm of Kumare (Danny Trejo).
Taurus PT57S - .32 ACP. PT57S AMF is a little improved version.
A perfect view of the pistol.
During the brawl in airport lavatory one of the thugs tries to use a pistol but is disarmed by Campana (Jean Reno). This pistol is supposed to be a Taurus PT92.
Taurus PT92AF - Earliest Model with no Decocker - 9x19 mm
One of Kumare's thugs is armed with a Mini Uzi.
IMI Mini Uzi with stock folded - 9x19mm
The thug fires from the airplane.
During the travel in Amazon jungles Campana (Jean Reno) carries a Mossberg 500 shotgun. In one scene the shotgun is seen in hands of François Perrin (Patrick Bruel).
Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge. Note the wood furniture.
The shotgun is attached to Campana's backpack.
Campana holds his shotgun.