Night Train to Munich
Night Train to Munich (1940) was a World War II-era thriller directed by Carol Reed (The Third Man) and starred Margaret Lockwood, Rex Harrison, and Paul Henreid (as Paul von Hernried). The film also features the venerable comedy team of Charters (Basil Radford) and Caldicott (Naunton Wayne). British and Gestapo agents play a game of cat and mouse with a Czech inventor and his daughter.
The following weapons were used in the film Night Train to Munich:
Iver Johnson Revolver
Throughout the film, British secret agent Gus Bennett (Rex Harrison) carries a Iver Johnson Revolver.
Gus Bennett (Rex Harrison) with the Iver Johnson Revolver.
Bennett is trapped by the Gestapo.
Marsen (Paul Henreid
) fires his Iver Johnson in the creepiest way possible.
Bennett escapes on the aerial tramway.
Mauser Pocket Pistol
A German agent disguised as a Royal Navy commander carries a Mauser Pocket Pistol. In a continuity error, Bennett's revolver turns into one as well.
1910 Mauser Pocket Pistol - 6.35mm
A German agent disguised as a Royal Navy commander with his Mauser Pocket Pistol.
Throughout the film, Karl Marsen (Paul Henreid) carries a Luger P08.
Luger P08 with black grips - 9x19mm
Karl Marsen is smugly confident.
Marsen checks the magazine of his Luger P08.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
German troops carry Mauser Gewehr 1898 rifles.
Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
German sailors guard the Admiralty.
Wehrmacht on the way to the front.
Marsen describes the fugitives.
Olson (uncredited) with his G98.
Olson opens fire with his G98. The distinctive Lange-Visier rear sight is clearly visible in this shot.
Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine
Gestapo troops carry Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbines.
Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Bennett masquerades as a German officer.
Two Gestapo guards with their artillery carbines.
Charters (Basil Radford), left, and Caldicott (Naunton Wayne), right, masquerade as Gestapo guards.
Charters with his carbine.
Charters and Caldicott return fire with their carbines.