|Mata Hari, Agent H21
||December 31, 1964
Mata Hari, Agent H21 (Italian: Mata-Hari, agente segreto H21) is a 1964 French-Italian spy drama directed by Jean-Louis Richard. Paris during the First World War: The exhilarating exotic dancer Mata Hari is not only asked for her own oriental dances. She uses her physical charms and the crowd of admirers to get a secret information. Her work as a spy works to this point almost smoothly - until she falls in love with a French Captain. A biography film with Jeanne Moreau and Jean-Louis Trintignant about the legendary female spy with her dangerous double life.
The following weapons were used in the film Mata Hari, Agent H21:
Captain François Lasalle (Jean-Louis Trintignant) use a Mle 1892 Revolver. During the encounter with German soldiers, he gives the revolver to Mata Hari (Jeanne Moreau). French soldiers and police also use this revolver.
Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver
Captain François Lasalle with his holstered revolver.
French police officers with their revolvers.
François Lasalle offers his revolver to Mata Hari.
He helps her to fire the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Julien the Chauffeur (Claude Rich) uses a snub nose Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub nose revolver - .38 Special. Early Model
Julien draws the revolver.
He takes aim at the police officers.
Fusil Modèle 1907-15
The majority of French soldiers use Berthier 1907-15 rifles.
Berthier Model 1907-15 Rifle
Berthier rifles at the left.
French soldier with his Berthier.
The rifle at the left during the execution on October 15, 1917.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
German soldiers use Mauser Gewehr 1898 rifles. After François Lasalle knocked out a German soldier he takes the Gewehr.
Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
German soldiers reach the farm.
German soldier (Sylvain Levignac
) discovers Mata Hari. The Lange Visier
François aims the Gewehr at German soldiers.
Some French soldiers of the firing squad use Lebel 1886 M93 rifles.
Lebel Model 1886 Rifle - 8x50Rmm
Two French soldiers at the left holding their Lebels.
Gras Model 1874
French soldiers of the firing squad also use Gras Model 1874 rifles.
Gras Mle 1874 M80 with Mle 1874 sword bayonet
The soldiers at the right holding Gras rifles.
The French firing squad after the execution.
Two Spanish soldiers are seen with unknown rifles while guarding the Embassy in Barcelona.
The soldiers with their rifles.
DF 37/46 Grenade
German soldiers and François use anachronistic DF 37/46 hand grenades. They may stand for correct German Model 17 Eierhandgranate n. A.
DF 37/46 hand grenade with Mle 1935 fuse.
A German soldier holding a grenade while he is shot.
The Grenade rolls out of François' hand.