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Network (1976)

Network is the 1976 satire directed by Sidney Lumet (Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon) and written by Paddy Chayefsky. The film follows a fictional US television network that tries to raise its struggling ratings by giving their mentally unstable news anchor his own commercial prime time show to express his rants. The cast included Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Robert Duvall, Ned Beatty, and Peter Finch, whose infamous "I'm mad as hell" rant in the film is remembered to this day (Finch won a Best Actor Academy Award posthumously for his performance).


The following weapons were used in the film Network:

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Star Model B

The Great Ahmed Khan (Arthur Burghardt) pulls out what appears to be a Star Model B during a contract negotiation with network lawyers.

Star Model B Pistol, blued finish - 9mm.
The Great Ahmed Khan (Arthur Burghardt) pulls out what appears to be a Star Model B during a contract negotiation with network lawyers.
Khan holds the pistol.

MAC-10

The Great Ahmed Khan (Arthur Burghardt) uses a MAC-10 as he opens fire during a live television broadcast.

Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
The Great Ahmed Khan (Arthur Burghardt) opens fire with the MAC-10 during a live television broadcast.
Tloseup of the MAC-10 as the Great Ahmed Khan (Arthur Burghardt) opens fire during a live television broadcast.

M16A1

A member of Ahmed Khan's Ecumenical Liberation Army is seen armed with an M16A1 during the contract negotiation.

M16A1.jpg
A member of Ahmed Khan's Ecumenical Liberation Army is seen armed with an M16A1 during the contract negotiation.

Colt Official Police

A member of the ELA opens fire with a Colt Official Police revolver during a live broadcast.

Colt Official Police 4" Barrel - .38 Special.
A Colt Official Police handgun is pulled by the Second Shooter during a live television broadcast.
The Colt Official Police is fired.

Smith & Wesson 76

Heiress Mary Ann Gifford (Kathy Cronkite, the real-life daughter of former CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite) is seen armed with a Smith & Wesson 76 submachine gun that she fires during a bank heist.

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9x19mm‎
Undercover footage shows heiress Mary Ann Gifford (Kathy Cronkite) using a Smith & Wesson 76during the takeover of the Flagstaff Independent Bank.
Gifford with the Smith & Wesson 76 in the undercover footage.
Mary Ann Gifford (Kathy Cronkite) holds the S&W 76. Kathy Cronkite is the real-life daughter of former CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite.



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