Scarface (1932)

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Scarface (1932)
Scar32-poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Howard Hawks
Richard Rosson
Release Date 1932
Language English
Studio The Caddo Company
Distributor United Artists
Main Cast
Character Actor
Antonio "Tony" Camonte Paul Muni
Francesca "Cesca" Camonte Ann Dvorak
Poppy Karen Morley
John "Johnny" Lovo Osgood Perkins
Inspector Ben Guarino C. Henry Gordon
Guino Rinaldo George Raft
Tom Gaffney Boris Karloff


Scarface is a 1932 gangster film that stars Paul Muni as the title character, and follows his rise from an immigrant to a high level mobster in 1920's Chicago. The feature film remake starring Al Pacino was released in 1983.


The following weapons were used in the film Scarface (1932):

Contents


Pistols

Colt Model 1902 Sporting Model

Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) pulls a Colt M1902 Sporting Model out when he hears the police pull up during his haircut, giving it to his barber to hide. One is also seen hanging in the middle of his arsenal in his bedroom.

Colt Model 1902 Sporting Model - .38 ACP
The barber hides Tony's Colt 1902 with Guino's revolver.
Tony's armory.

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless

Tony's sister Cesca (Ann Dvorak) holds him at gunpoint with a white-gripped Colt Model 1903 Hammerless.

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Pistol Nickel - .32 ACP
Francesca 'Cesca' Camonte (Ann Dvorak) enters Tony's apartment with a pistol.
Francesca 'Cesca' Camonte (Ann Dvorak) points the pistol at Tony.
Francesca 'Cesca' Camonte (Ann Dvorak), pistol in hand, runs with Tony towards his back door.

Colt M1911

Several gangsters use Colt M1911s. One can be seen on a table when Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) is loading a Thompson and others can be seen in his personal armory in his bedroom.

Colt M1911 - .45 ACP
A 1911 can be seen sitting on the table as Tony loads up his Thompson.
Several 1911 pistols are visible on the wall in Tony's armory.

Revolvers

Colt New Service Model 1909

Inspector Ben Guarino (C. Henry Gordon) carries a Colt New Service with a lanyard ring. The revolver that Poppy (Karen Morley) loads and tosses to Tony (Paul Muni) inside the social club also has a lanyard ring.

Model 1909 Colt Army Revolver - .45 LC. This model is stamped "Property of U.S. Government" under barrel and "M1909" on front bottom of grip strap. Grips not original - US issue bore plain uncheckered walnut.
Guarino fires into Tony's apartment.
The police arrive to arrest Tony.

Colt Police Positive

Guino Rinaldo (George Raft) keeps a nickel Colt Police Positive with white grips as his main sidearm, kept in a leather holster.

Colt Police Positive Nickel - .38 Special.
Guino considers picking up his Colt from his holster when answering the door.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10 (then under the nomenclature of a Smith & Wesson M&P) to shoot his friend Guino (George Raft). Tony also uses one to shoot Big Louie during the film's opening scene.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
Tony's revolver can be seen in his hand as he bends down to pick up his sister.

Submachine Guns

Colt M1921A Thompson

Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) uses a Colt M1921A Thompson during the latter half of the film, which Guino (George Raft) had stolen from one of Gaffney's (Boris Karloff) assassins. Guarino (C. Henry Gordon) also carries a Thompson while leading the police at Camonte's apartment during the finale.

Colt M1921A Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP
Gaffney pulls a Thompson out from his new shipment.
Tony looks over the Thompson that Guino took from a dead assassin.
Tony shows off his new submachine gun to Lovo (a 1911 can be seen sitting on the table).
Tony describes the Thompson as the "one thing that gives orders".
An assassin hired by Lovo fires his Thompson at Tony during the car chase.
Tony runs through his apartment during the final shootout with his Thompson.
A policeman aims his Thompson at Tony's apartment.

Other

Tony's arsenal

Inside Tony's bedroom, behind a hidden wall, is a small arsenal of firearms which he and Cesca run to during the final shootout with police. Tony takes an unidentified rifle from it and gives it to Cesca.

The handguns from the top to the bottom have been identified as: Colt M1911, Colt New Service, Colt M1902, another Colt New Service and a Colt Official Police. The other weapons on the right are Colt 1921A Thompsons and Winchester Model 1897s.



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