Jupiter's Thigh (On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter)
Jupiter's Thigh (original title On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter ("Stolen thigh of Jupiter")) is a 1980 French adventure comedy directed by Philippe de Broca, a sequel to Tendre poulet. Lise Lemercier, nee Tanquerelle (Annie Girardot) together with her husband Antoine (Philippe Noiret) make a voyage to Greece where they become involved in a case of theft of a fragment of ancient statue.
The following weapons were used in the film Jupiter's Thigh (On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter):
Röhm RG 79
A snub nose revolver that appears to be a gas-firing Röhm RG 79 is a personal firearm of Greece police comissioneer Andre Spiratos (Marc Dudicourt). In one scene Antoine Lemercier (Philippe Noiret) disarms his. Later the revolver switches to another one that appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 36.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In a continuity error the Spiratos' revolver switches to a Smith & Wesson Model 36 when it is seen in hands of Antoine Lemercier (Philippe Noiret), Lise Lemercier (Annie Girardot), Charles-Hubert Pochet (Francis Perrin) and his wife Agnès (Catherine Alric).
In the scene in train two criminals fire pistols that are seen very poor and unclear. A man in dark suit has a pistol that resembles an M1911A1 while the pistol of the other criminal can be a Walther P38 or a Luger P08.
In several scenes Greece policemen carry revolvers in holsters.
In several scenes Greece policemen carry Uzi SMGs.
In the scene of the theft in Athens museum one of the Greece policemen carries what appears to be an unloaded M1A1 Thompson SMG.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*
In the scene of the theft in Athens museum Greece policemen carry Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifles.
In the final scene one of the policemen, escorting arrested Hermann Von Blankenberg, is armed with an M1 Carbine.
Unidentified machine gun
In one scene a machine gun is briefly seen mounted on a police motor boat.