Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill

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Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
(Kommissar X - Jagd auf Unbekannt)
Kommissar X Jagd auf Unbekannt Poster.jpg
Original German Poster
Country GER.jpg West Germany
ITA.jpg Italy
YUG.jpg Yugoslavia
Directed by Gianfranco Parolini
Release Date 1966
Language German
Studio Parnass
Metheus Film
Avala Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jo Louis Walker aka Commissioner X Tony Kendall
Capt. Tom Rowland Brad Harris
Joan Smith Maria Perschy
O'Brien Nikola Popovic
Kan Giuseppe Mattei
Pamela Hudson Christa Linder


Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill (original title Kommissar X - Jagd auf Unbekannt ("Commissioner X - Hunting The Unknown")) is a 1966 German-Italian-Yugoslavian Eurospy film directed by Gianfranco Parolini (credited as Frank Kramer). It opens Kommissar X franchise, series of seven films about the adventures of private investigator Jo Louis Walker (Tony Kendall), also known as "Commissioner X", and his friend, New York police captain Tom Rowland (Brad Harris). In Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill the duo investigates the disappearance of nuclear scientist that leads to the evil mastermind O'Brien (Nikola Popovic) (in some versions named Oberon).


The following weapons were used in the film Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill:

Contents


Handguns

Arminius HW-1

Arminius HW-1 blank firing revolvers are most widely used guns in the movie. Both main characters, Jo Walker (Tony Kendall) and Captain Tom Rowland (Brad Harris), carry HW-1 revolvers. HW-1s are also seen in hands of Joan Smith (Maria Perschy), O'Brien (Nikola Popovic) and his henchmen.

Arminius HW-1 starter revolver
Walker holds a revolver in the opening scene.
Walker in O'Brien's abandoned villa with a revolver in hand.
A henchman fires at Rowland.
Rowland holds his revolver. Arminius-style medallion is seen on the grip.
Joan fires.
O'Brien examines Joan's revolver.
A henchman fires.
Rowland returns fire.
Walker's revolver is dragged by a powerful electromagnet. The typical shape of the grip is seen.

Luger P08

In the climactic scene some of O'Brien's henchmen are armed with Luger P08 pistols.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
A henchman at the right aims his Luger at Joan.
A Luger is seen at the left.


FN Model 1922

In one scene a thug tries to kidnap Walker, using a pistol that appears to be an FN Model 1922.

FN Model 1922 - .32 ACP
Kommissar X-1-Pistol-1.jpg
A thug holds Walker at gunpoint.

Submachine Guns

MP38

Numerous henchmen on O'Brien underground base are armed with MP38s. During the shootout Walker (Tony Kendall) and Rowland (Brad Harris) widely use captured MP38s.

MP38 - 9x19mm
A henchman holds an MP38.
A pair of henchmen with SMGs.
Kan (Giuseppe Mattei) aims his MP38.
Walker fires an MP38, partially covered with green curtain.
Rowland's SMG is dragged by a powerful electromagnet.
O'Brien (Nikola Popovic) holds an MP38.
Rowland with MP38.

Other Weapons

Colt Mk 12

Colt Mk 12 cannons are mounted on F-8 Crusader fighter planes and A-4 Skyhawk attack planes that appear in the scene on USS Shangri-la carrier.

Colt Mk 12 cannon - 20x110mm USN with ammo belt
A-4 Skyhawk.
F-8 Crusader.

Toy Guns

Many guns in the movie appear to be toys, used for its unusual outlook.

Mattel Zero-M Radio Rifle

O'Brien's hitman Kan (Giuseppe Mattei) uses a pistol with sniper scope, hidden inside a transistor radio. It appears to be a Mattel Zero-M Radio Rifle toy gun.

Mattel Zero-M Radio Rifle toy gun
Kommissar X-1-Radio Rifle-1.jpg
Kan readies the gun to fire at a target on the rooftop.
O'Brien's medic (Ingrid Lotarius) tries to get the gun but Walker stops her.

German Ideal Squirt Submachine gun

O'Brien's fembots appear to be using a modified German Ideal Water gun with a muzzle device to provide flash.

German Ideal Water gun
A side view of the gun.
"Fire!" ("Sparks and smoke!" would be more correct.)
Girs with guns surround Walker.


See Also

Kommissar X
Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill (1966)  •  Death is Nimble, Death is Quick (1966)  •  So Darling So Deadly (1966)  •  Kill Me Gently (1967)  •  Kill Panther Kill (1968)  •  Island of Lost Girls (1969)  •  The Tiger Gang (1971)





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