Jeeves and Wooster

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Jeeves and Wooster
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Country UKD.jpg UK
Channel ITV
Creator Clive Exton
Genre Comedy
Broadcast 1990-1993
No. of Seasons 4
No. of Episodes 23
Main Cast
Character Actor
Bertie Wooster Hugh Laurie
Jeeves Stephen Fry
Aunt Agatha Mary Wimbush (S01-S03)
Elizabeth Spriggs (S04)
Sir Watkyn Bassett John Woodnutt
Madeline Bassett Francesca Folan (S01)
Diana Blackburn (S02)
Elizabeth Morton (S03-S04)
Gussie Fink-Nottle Richard Garnett (S01-S02)
Richard Braine (S03-S04)
Tuppy Glossop Robert Daws



Jeeves and Wooster is a British comedy TV series adapted by Clive Exton from P.G. Wodehouse's "Jeeves" stories.


The following weapons were used in the film Jeeves and Wooster:

Contents


Revolvers

Smith & Wesson revolver

A guard in Stoker's estate fires a revolver at Bertie Wooster in "Safety in New York (or, Bertie Sets Sail)" (S3E1). The revolver appears to be a Smith & Wesson medium frame model, like Smith & Wesson Military & Police, but the ejector rod looks uncommonly short.

For comparison: Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 4" barrel - .38 Special
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A guard fires.
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A closer view of the revolver.

Webley revolver

A Webley revolver is seen in hands of Hilda (Harriet Bagnall) in "Bertie Takes Gussie's Place at Deverill Hall (or, Right Ho! Jeeves)" (S3E4). "Parrot's beak" grip and general size allows to guess it to be a model from Webley .455 Mk I to Mk V. During the scene Hilda's gun switches to a Colt-style revolver (see below) and then back to Webley.

For comparison: Webley Mk I - .455 Webley
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Hilda aims the revolver at Bertie Wooster.
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Hilda fires after escaping Bertie.
The revolver switches back to Webley.

Colt revolver

Hilda's Webley revolver in "Bertie Takes Gussie's Place at Deverill Hall (or, Right Ho! Jeeves)" (S3E4) switches to a Colt and then back to Webley. Colt Police Positive is a possible guess.

For comparison: Colt Police Positive with 4" Barrel - .38 Special
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Due to continuity error the revolver switches from Webley to Colt.

Compact Smith & Wesson

In "Lady Florence Craye Arrives in New York (or, the Once and Future Ex)" (S4E2) D'Arcy "Stilton" Cheesewright (Nicholas Palliser) holds a compact top-break Smith & Wesson (like Smith & Wesson Model 2 Double Action) during the dress party. Somewhat similar revolver is seen in hands of NYPD Capt. Corrigan (Sam Douglas) in same episode.

For comparison: Smith & Wesson Model 2 Double Action, 3.25" barrel - .38 S&W
"Stilton" Cheesewright in the masquerade costume of an Oriental beauty holds a revolver.
Another view of Cheesewright's revolver.
The muzzle is seen.
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Capt. Corrigan in the masquerade costume of a medieval king aims a revolver. It is also a compact break action gun.
Cheesewright fires.
Another view of Cheesewright's revolver.

Various revolvers

New York police officers carry various revolvers (seems to be a mix of several Colt and Smith & Wesson models) during the pursue in a skyscraper in "Bertie Ensures Bicky Can Continue to Live in Manhattan (or, the Full House)" (S3E2).

A police officer fires his revolver.
Another police officer with a Colt-style revolver.
A blurry view (due to fast motion) of a Colt-style revolver.
A Colt-style revolver in hands of a police officer.
A revolver at the background appears to be a Smith & Wesson model.
One more Smith & Wesson revolver is seen, this one is nickel plated or stainless steel.
Another view of a Colt revolver.

Submachine Guns

Thompson M1921

Some guards in New York prison Blackville Island carry Thompson submachine guns in "Safety in New York (or, Bertie Sets Sail)" (S3E1). The guns are seen only in distance; Thompson M1921 seems to be a decent guess.

Colt M1921A Thompson with 20-round magazine - .45 ACP
A guard at the background holds a Thompson with a foregrip.
A guard at the right holds a Thompson with a foregrip.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

Double barreled shotguns are seen in hands of Tom Travers (Ralph Michael), Gussie Fink Nottle (Richard Garnett) and Bertie Wooster (Hugh Laurie) in "How Does Gussie Woo Madeline? (or, Hunger Strike)" (S1E4); Roderick Spode (John Turner) in "The Silver Jug (or Jeeves Saves the Cow Creamer)" (S2E1); some members of Roderick Spode's fascist group Black Shorts in "The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie)" (S2E2); and Sir Watkyn Bassett (John Woodnutt) in "Totleigh Towers (or, Trouble at Totleigh Towers)" (S4E5).

Samuel Buckley & Company/Anson & Deeley Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
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Tom Travers loads his shotgun (S01E04).
Travers with a shotgun. Several more guns (seemingly also double barreled shotguns) are seen in the cabinet at the left.
A close view of Travers' shotgun.
Travers hands the shotgun to Gussie Fink Nottle who in turn passes it to Bertie Wooster.
The muzzle.
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Wooster accidentally shoots up the chandelier.


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Roderick Spode threatens Bertie Wooster during their first meeting (S2E1).


A member of Black Shorts (at the left) carries a double barreled shotgun (S2E2).
Another member of Black Shorts in center carries a double barreled shotgun. His weapon looks rather small in comparison with 12 gauge shotguns; possibly it is .410 bore, popular for small game hunting.
Same shotgun is seen in center.


Sir Watkyn Bassett threatens Wooster with a shotgun, suspecting him in a theft (S4E5).

Single Barreled Shotgun

A member of Black Shorts carries a Single Barreled Shotgun in "The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie)" (S2E2).

For comparison: Izhmekh IZh-18EM-M - 12 gauge. The screen gun has a spur on trigger guard, similar to the feature of IZh shotguns; but some other manufacturers also produce shotguns with such feature.
A member of Black Shorts (at the right) carries a single barreled shotgun.
Another view of the shotgun.

Pump action shotgun

Some guards in New York prison Blackville Island carry pump action shotguns in "Safety in New York (or, Bertie Sets Sail)" (S3E1). Possible guesses for these shotguns are Remington Model 31, Stevens Model 620 or Stevens Model 67.

For comparison: Remington Model 31 - 12 gauge
For comparison: Stevens Model 620 - 12 gauge
For comparison: Savage/Springfield Model 67 - 12 gauge
A guard at the right holds a pump action shotgun.
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A guard at the gates holds a pump action shotgun.

Rifles and Muskets

Percussion Cap Musket

In "The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie)" (S2E2) a member of Black Shorts (in center) carries an antique percussion cap musket, likely a hunting model.

A member of Black Shorts (in center) carries an antique percussion cap musket, likely a hunting model.
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Another view of the gun.
Another view of the gun (in center).

Small caliber lever action rifle

A member of Black Shorts carries a lever action rifle in "The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie)" (S2E2). Due to its relatively small receiver and slim barrel and tube magazine it appears to be a small caliber gun. Browning BL-22 seems to be a decent guess.

A member of Black Shorts (second from the right) carries a lever action rifle.
Another view of the rifle.

Bolt action rifle

A bolt action rifle is seen in hands of a Black Shorts member in "The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie)" (S2E2). The bolt bears resemblance with Weatherby models but it's too vague.

For comparison: Weatherby Mk. V rifle - .300 Weatherby Mag
A bolt action rifle is seen in hands of a Black Shorts member at the left. The bolt bears resemblance with Weatherby models but it's too vague.
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More view of the rifle.
Another view of the rifle (at the right).

Break action rifle

In "Cyril and the Broadway Musical (or, Introduction on Broadway)" (S3E3) Bertie Wooster holds a hunting rifle with a sniper scope during the hunt. It is supposed to be a break action weapon, a rifle rather than a shotgun as sniper scopes are quite rarely mounted on shotguns (but as this is a comedy, everything is possible).

Savage Model 219 - .30-30. An example of top-break single shot rifle.
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Bertie Wooster holds a rifle.

Air guns

Air guns are used for target shooting on the fair in "Totleigh Towers (or, Trouble at Totleigh Towers)" (S4E5).

Anschutz LG275 air rifle. An example of air gun with outlook, similar to screen guns.
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Shooters with air guns are seen at the background.


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