Pan's Labyrinth (El Laberinto del Fauno in Spanish) is a 2006 dark fantasy film set in Francoist Spain shortly after the Civil War. Along with her pregnant mother, young Ofelia moves into the house of her stepfather, Captain Vidal (Sergi López), commander of the local Guardia division. Ofelia meets a mysterious Faun in the eponymous Labyrinth, who gives her three tasks so she can prove herself to be a long-lost princess reincarnated as a mortal. Meanwhile, the coldly authoritarian Vidal rages a war with Spanish Maquis fighters in the surrounding woods, the last remnants of the defeated Republicans.
The following weapons were used in the film Pan's Labyrinth:
Captain Vidal (Sergi López) carries the Luger P08 as his weapon in the film. In one notable scene, when Vidal is executing wounded prisoners after a battle with the Maquis, one of the wounded keeps pushing away the Luger with his hand, until Vidal finally shoots him through the palm.
Captain Vidal (Sergi López
) advances on the Maquis position, firing his Luger P08.
Vidal guns down a rebel with his Luger.
Loading a new magazine...
...and pulling back the toggle.
Vidal takes cover with his Luger.
Vidal executes a wounded Maquis by shooting through his palm and into his head.
Close-up of the Luger, tucked into Vidal's waistline.
Garcés (Manolo Solo), one of Vidal's Lieutenants, uses an Astra 400 in the film.
Astra 400 - 9 mm Bergmann-Bayard or "largo"
A Guardia delivers to coup de grâce
to a wounded rebel.
Garcés with his Astra drawn.
FN Browning 1903
Serrano (César Vea), one of Vidal's Lieutenants, carries what appears to be an FN Browning 1903. After defeating a Maquis cell in battle, Vidal disarms a wounded fighter of this FN 1903.
FN Browning Model 1903 Pocket - 9 x 20mm Browning Long
Serrano (César Vea
) can be seen with a FN Browning 1903 in the right of the frame.
Captain Vidal (Sergi López
) takes a FN Browning 1903 from a wounded Rebel.
One of the Maquis Fighters carries a Walther P38.
Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) - World War II dated - 9x19mm
Webley Mk IV
Pedro (Roger Casamajor), the Maquis leader, carries a Webley Mk IV in the film.
Pedro's Webley can be seen in his hand as he embraces his sister, Mercedes.
One of the Spanish Maquis carries a Bergmann MP35/I.
A Maquis fighter carries a Bergmann MP35/I.
Sten Mk II
A Sten Mk II can be seen lying by a dead Resistance fighter after Vidal's forces eliminate a Maquis cell.
A Sten Mk II seen lying next to its dead operator.
Close-up of the weapon, to the left.
1893 Spanish Mauser
Both Spanish Guardia soldiers and their Maquis counterparts carry 1893 Spanish Mauser rifles. These appear to be the full-length weapons, rather then the shortened Mauser Oviedo 1916.
1893 Spanish Mauser - 7x57mm Mauser
Two Maquis fighters enter a hideout carrying 1893 Spanish Mauser rifles.
Rifles drawn, the garrison watches from afar as rebels bomb a freight train.
A Guardia can be seen patrolling with his Mauser.
A Guardia approaches a wounded Maquis with his 1893 Spanish Mauser slung.
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I
Several Maquis carry the Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I in the film.
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British.
A Lee-Enfield can be seen propped against a rock in the center of the shot.
Spanish Mauser 1895 Carbine
Several Maquis fighters and Guardia soldiers carry Spanish Model 1895 Mauser сarbines.
1895 Spanish Mauser Carbine - 7x57mm Mauser
A Maquis fighter with an 1895 carbine.
The Maquis to the far left carries an 1895 carbine.
The Guardia soldier in the lower-right of the frame carries a slung 1895 carbine.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Several Spanish Maquis fighters carry 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns.
Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge. The Parker Gun Company was absorbed into Remington in 1934.
A slung 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun around a Maquis fighter's back.
A Maquis rebel carries a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun.
Single Barreled Shotgun
Sergeant Bayona (José Luis Torrijo) takes a Single Barreled Shotgun from an old farmer and gave it to Garcés (Manolo Solo).
Harrington & Richardson Topper Shotgun - 12 gauge. This is a common single barreled breach loading top break shotgun.
Sergeant Bayona gives the captured shotgun to Garcés.
Garcés (on the right) holds the captured shotgun.
None of the guns in this film are ever actually fired. At the time of production, a drought was taking place, and the production team was not allowed to use blanks or even squibs. Hence, all those effects are digital. However, since Hellboy, it seems they have remembered to include actions cycling, which is also done digitally.
Director Guillermo del Toro considers this film as a "spiritual sequel" to his 2001 film The Devil's Backbone.