Rumpelstiltskin

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Rumpelstiltskin
Rumpelstiltskin poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Mark Jones
Release Date 1995
Language English
Studio Republic Pictures (II)
Transnational Entertainment
Prescott-Jones
Distributor Republic Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Rumpelstiltskin Max Grodénchik
Russell Stewart Jay Pickett
John McCabe Sherman Augustus



Rumpelstiltskin is a 1995 American low budget horror film, directed by Mark Jones (Leprechaun). Due to its small budget, it was filmed in low resolution.


The following weapons were used in the film Rumpelstiltskin:

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Beretta 92F/FS

Policeman Russell Stewart (Jay Pickett) and policeman John McCabe (Sherman Augustus) both carry Beretta 92F/FS pistols in the film's beginning.

Beretta 92F (Early Model) - 9x19mm (Other side showing "92F" on slide) Other than the slim grip covers (the 92F is slightly different with a gloss black plastic, versus the 92FS) the pistol is difficult to tell apart from a 92FS. The only real proof is the year a movie was made and whether or not the 92FS existed yet.
Russell Stewart fires his pistol.
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Smith & Wesson Model 28

Deputy Joe (Ben Marley), Woman Deputy (Judith Drake), Deputy Barnes (Don Dowe), Deputy Kalish (John Ducey) and Deputy Marley (Patrick Massett) carry Smith & Wesson Model 28 revolvers as their duty sidearms. Rumpelstiltskin (Max Grodénchik) captures and fires one. One was also used by the car jacker (Ousaun Elam) in the film's beginning.

Smith & Wesson Model 28 'Highway Patrolman' with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
Car Jacker pulled his revolver.
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Close view of the cilinder.
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Deputy Marley carries his revolver.
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Woman Deputy holds her revolver.

Ithaca 37

Inside the police car is an Ithaca 37 shotgun.

Ithaca 37 - 12 Gauge
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