|Napoli... serenata calibro 9
||Aldo Canti (credited as Nick Jordan)
||Ria De Simone
Napoli... serenata calibro 9 is a 1978 Italian crime movie directed by Alfonso Brescia. The Camorra boss Don Salvatore Savastano (Mario Merola) lost his family when several masked robbers attacked the restaurant. Now Don Salvatore wants to find the assassins before the police will do it.
The movie has no official English title. The Italian title can be translated as Naples... Serenade for Caliber 9.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Napoli... serenata calibro 9:
Smith & Wesson Model 19
During the final shootout Paolo (Alex Partexano) tried to use a revolver that looks like Smith & Wesson Model 19.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum.
Paolo (Alex Partexano
) tries to use his revolver but is shot before he could open fire.
Another view on Paolo's revolver.
Many characters use Beretta M1951 pistols during the movie. Among them are Totonno (Aldo Canti, credited as Nick Jordan) and his henchmen, and Salvatore (Mario Merola) and several of his men.
Totonno (Aldo Canti
) fires his Beretta M1951 at his former girlfriend who decided to provide information to Don Salvatore.
Salvatore (Mario Merola
) with two Beretta M1951 in the final shootout.
Salvatore fires two his pistols akimbo.
Beretta M1951 is seen in the hand of one of Salvatore's men.
Two of the masked robbers in the opening scene are armed with Beretta M12 submachine guns. Warning! Spoilers ahead! Highlight to see description.
A masked robber (Paolo)
threatens Don Salvatore with his Beretta M12.
Another masked robber (Totonno)
aims his Beretta M12 at the people in the restaurant.
The robber (Totonno)
throws his Beretta M12 in air when he jumps out the window.
Salvatore (Mario Merola) uses flare pistol to blow Totonno's boat in the final scene. This weapon can be seen also on the movie poster but its muzzle on this picture is unnaturally small.
A grip of the flare pistol is seen.
Salvatore holds the flare pistol.
Salvatore fires the flare pistol.