Lou Castel

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Lou Castel aims an Spanish Mauser M1893 Carbine as Bill 'Niño' Tate in A Bullet for the General (1966).
Lou Castel holds a Smith & Wesson Victory Model revolver as Requiescant in Let Them Rest (Requiescant) (1967).

Ulv Quarzell known as Lou Castel (born May 28, 1943) is a Italian actor of Colombian origin. He started his cinema career in 1963 and appeared in more then 110 movies and TV series.

Lou Castel can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Smith & Wesson Military & Police Bill 'Niño' Tate A Bullet for the General 1966
Spanish Mauser M1893 Carbine Bill 'Niño' Tate A Bullet for the General 1966
Garate El Tigre Bill 'Niño' Tate A Bullet for the General 1966
Hotchkiss M1914 Machine Gun Bill 'Niño' Tate A Bullet for the General 1966
Smith & Wesson Victory Model "Requiescant" Let Them Rest (Requiescant) 1967
Walther PP D'Arey The Nada Gang 1974
Sten Mk II D'Arey The Nada Gang Only on promotion still 1974
Smith & Wesson Victory Model A terrorist The Cassandra Crossing Suppressed 1976
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub Nose Violente Man on Fire 1987
Beretta Model 70 Violente Man on Fire 1987



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