Panic in Bangkok (Banco à Bangkok pour OSS 117)
Panic in Bangkok (Original title: Banco à Bangkok pour OSS 117) is a 1964 French-Italian action adventure espionage film directed by André Hunebelle. Secret Agent OSS 117, Colonel Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath (Kerwin Mathews) is sent to Thailand following the murder of OSS agent Christopher Lemmon (Raoul Billerey). Lemmon had been investigating the break out of plague epidemics in India following health workers inoculating the locals to protect them from cholera. Lemmon had discovered that the medicine made in Hogby Laboratries in Bangkok had been switched with plague germs infecting the population with fatal results. After surviving several assassination attempts, OSS 117 infiltrates the secret lair of Dr. Sinn (Robert Hossein), an Indian hypnotist and psychologist with the help of his sister Lila (Pier Angeli). Dr Sinn is the cape wearing supervillain and mastermind mad scientist of a Malthusian organisation known as the "People Elect". The "People Elect" (inoculated by Dr Sinn for immunity) desire to spread plague around the world to reduce the Earth's population and stop atomic testing that is ruining the planet.
The following weapons were used in the film Panic in Bangkok (Banco à Bangkok pour OSS 117):
Various characters are arms with a Luger P08 pistol.
Mainly characters in movie used a Sten submachine guns.
F1 hand grenade
Huberts henchman Sonsak (Akom Mokranond) throw a F1 hand grenade.