|Let's Not Get Angry|
(Ne nous fâchons pas)
Original French Poster
Let's Not Get Angry (original title Ne nous fâchons pas) is a 1966 French crime comedy directed by Georges Lautner. Antoine Beretto (Lino Ventura), a retired gangster turned a law-abiding businessman, is trying to get a large debt from a petty crook Léonard Michalon (Jean Lefebvre) but finds out that Michalon is hunted by a British crime boss "The Colonel" McLean (Tommy Duggan) whose plans Michalon spoiled by chance. The events turned so that Beretto has to defend Michalon and so he is under attacks of "The Colonel"'s gang himself.
The following weapons were used in the film Let's Not Get Angry (Ne nous fâchons pas):
In several scenes "The Colonel"'s henchmen use Luger P08 pistols, both standard and long barreled Artillery model.
A hitman with a suppressed P08 appears in Michalon's apartments.
Antoine Beretto (Lino Ventura
) picks up the suppressed Luger in the same scene.
A henchman fires his Luger during the car chase.
Luger LP08 long barreled "Artillery" model - 9x19mm
A henchman fires an Artillery Luger during the night attack.
A henchman aims an Artillery Luger, fitted with wooden buttstock and a sound suppressor.
Another view of the same scene.
A long barreled suppressed Luger is seen on "The Colonel"'s apartments.
Unique Rr 51
A suppressed pistol that appears to be an Unique Rr 51 is used by Antoine Beretto (Lino Ventura) in the scene in Michalon's apartments.
Antoine's pistol is seen at the right.
A close view of the pistol.
A ring hammer spur can be seen.
Handguns that cannot be identified are seen in various scenes.
One of the criminals that appear in Beretto's shop in the opening scene carries a pistol in shoulder holster. Only a small part of the grip can be seen.
A henchman at the right fires a large revolver or a pistol (maybe a Mauser C96
) during the ambush on "The Colonel"'s villa.
A henchman holds a pistol during the night attack.
Numerous Thompson M1A1 SMGs are seen in the hands of "The Colonel"'s henchmen during the ambush on the villa.
M1A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
Three henchmen are armed with Thompsons while the fourth one holds an M1 Carbine
Henchman with Thompsons and M1 Carbines open fire. One Thompson, seet at the left, is fitted with a foregrip but it still has M1A1-style noted rear sight guard.
During the attack of Eglantine Michalon's farm several of "The Colonel"'s henchmen are armed with MAT-49 SMGs. A MAT-49 is also seen among the firearms, purchased by Antoine from an illegal guns dealer.
MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
One of the henchmen is armed with a MAT-49.
A henchmen on the red bike holds a MAT-49.
A MAT-49 is seen on the floor of Antoine's car.
During the ambush on "The Colonel"'s villa one of his henchmen is armed with a submachine gun that has a perforated barrel shroud in PPSh-41 style and a drum magazine that looks more like Thompson-style rather than a PPSh-style. The SMG can still be a PPSh or a Thompson fitted with a barrel shroud.
Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
M1928A1 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP
A perforated barrel shroud is seet at the background, near a flowerbed with pink flowers.
A large drum magazine and a barrel with a perforated cover are seen at the left.
Vz. 16/33 Carbine
During the ambush on "The Colonel"'s villa several of his henchmen are armed with Mauser-style bolt action rifles. Due to their length they appear to be Vz. 16/33 Czech rifles (also known under the German index Gewehr 33/40 (t)).
Czech vz. 16/33 - 7.92x57mm Mauser.
Two henchmen hold Mauser rifles.
The henchman at the left reloads his rifle.
Two henchmen fire Mauser rifles while the third one is armed with an M1 Carbine
During the ambush on "The Colonel"'s villa several of his henchmen are armed with M1 Carbines.
M1 Carbine (Post-War) - .30 Carbine
A henchman at the background holds an M1 Carbine.
Henchman with Thompsons and M1 Carbines open fire.
Henchmen in center and at the right aim their M1 Carbines.
A henchmen at the foreground fires his M1 Carbine.
In one scene a Lee-Enfield rifle is seen in "The Colonel"'s (Tommy Duggan) apartments. It looks like a Lee-Enfield No.5 Jungle Carbine but has a longer barrel.
Lee-Enfield No.5 Jungle Carbine - .303 British. This is not a chopped down No. 4 conversion (like many jungle carbines are) but an original No.5
A Lee-Enfiled rifle is seen on "The Colonel"'s apartments.
A closer view of the rifle.
Several rifles that appear to be MAS-36s are seen among the firearms that Antoine purchases from an illegal guns dealer (Jean Panisse).
The gun dealer carries several rifles and a MAS AA-52
Rifles and AA-52 are seen next to the gun dealer.
During the ambush on "The Colonel"'s villa a Browning M1919A4 machine gun is used by his henchmen.
Browning M1919A4 on an M2 tripod - .30-06 Springfield
An M1919A4 is readied to fire.
The machine gun fires. The belt is filled with cartridges that looks like live rather than blank.
During the attack of Eglantine Michalon's farm one of "The Colonel"'s henchmen is armed with a AA-52 machine gun. An AA-52 is also seen among the firearms that Antoine purchases from an illegal guns dealer.
MAS AA-52 GPMG - 7.5x54mm French
One of the henchmen is armed with an AA-52.
The dealer carries an AA-52 and several rifles in Antoine's car.
"The Colonel" McLean (Tommy Duggan) carries a Cane gun.
Real .38 cane gun (manufacturer unknown).
"The Colonel" fires his cane gun.
A Panzerschreck is seen in hands of Léonard Michalon (Jean Lefebvre) in the scene of purchasing of firearms. It appears to be a simplified mockup that depicts only general features of Panzerschreck.
RPzB 54 "Panzerschreck" rocket launcher - 88mm
Michalon holds a Panzerschreck.
A closer view of the gun.
Michalon examines the gun at the right.
Brandt Mle 27/31 Mortar
During the attack of Eglantine Michalon's farm a 81 mm French Brandt Mle 27/31 mortar is seen. It isn't used in action. A mortar is also briefly seen when Antoine purchases firearms from an illegal dealer.
Mortier de 81 mm Mle 27/31
One of "The Colonel"'s henchmen drives a bike that tugs a cart with a mortar on it.
Another view of the mortar.
A barrel of the mortar is seen in illegal guns dealer's junkyard.
Improvised land mines
During the car chase Léonard Michalon (Jean Lefebvre) uses improvised land mines against the pursuing car with "The Colonel"'s henchmen. The mines appear to be based on 81 mm mortar shells.
Three shells are seen in a case.
Léonard throws one of them on the road.
The pursuing car goes right on the placed mine. Another mine is seen at the right of the car.