Maurizio Merli

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Maurizio Merli (1940-1989) holds a Beretta M1951 as Commissioner Betti in Violent Naples (Napoli violenta) (1976).

Maurizio Merli (February 8, 1940 – March 10, 1989) was an Italian actor who appeared in lead roles in many crime movies. Merli got his first lead role in 1974 owing to his resemblance to Franco Nero. He died in 1989 of myocardial infarction after a tennis match.

Maurizio Merli can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Beretta M1934 Commissioner Betti Violent City (Roma violenta) 1975
Unidentified revolver Commissioner Betti Violent City (Roma violenta) 1975
Beretta M1951 Commissioner Leonardo Tanzi Rome Armed to the Teeth 1976
Beretta M1951 Commissioner Betti Violent Naples (Napoli violenta) 1976
Walther P38 Commissioner Betti Violent Naples (Napoli violenta) 1976
Beretta M1951 Commissioner Betti A Special Cop in Action (Italia a mano armata) 1976
Beretta M1951 Leonardo Tanzi The Cynic, the Rat and the Fist 1977
Single Action Army Mannaja A Man Called Blade (Mannaja) 1977
Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Mannaja A Man Called Blade (Mannaja) 1977
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Walter Spada Magnum Cop (Poliziotto senza paura) 1978
Star DK Walter Spada Magnum Cop (Poliziotto senza paura) Nickel plated with pearl grips 1978
Anschutz LG275 Walter Spada Magnum Cop (Poliziotto senza paura) 1978
Beretta M1951 Comissioneer Mauro Mariani The Iron Commissioner (Il commissario di ferro) 1978
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Comissioneer Mauro Mariani The Iron Commissioner (Il commissario di ferro) 1978
Colt Python Commissioner Francesco Olmi Convoy Busters (Un poliziotto scomodo) Snub nose 1978
Colt Python Commissioner Giorgio Berni From Corleone to Brooklyn (Da Corleone a Brooklyn) Snub nose 1979



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