Money Movers is a 1979 Australian heist story about an armor car robbery. An early effort by Australian filmmaker Bruce Beresforsd (Double Jeopardy , Breaker Morant). Released at the beginning of the Australian New Wave Film Era it was a box office disappointment. A rare Australian crime move from that time period with violence that was surprisingly intense and graphic. Also notable for being an early role for Australian actor Bryan Brown.
The following firearms can be seen in Money Movers: (1979)
Smith & Wesson Model 10
The Smith & Wesson Model 10 is used by numerous characters throughout the movie; armored car guards, gangsters and police.
Mauser C96 Broomhandle
One of the gangsters disguised as a armored car guard uses a silenced Walther PP during the climactic heist.
Sawn Off Double Barrel Shotgun
At the beginning of the movie there is another armored car robbery. One of the gangsters carries a cut down double barreled 12 gauge.