Someone Behind the Door

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Someone Behind the Door
Someone Behind the Door Poster.jpg
English Release Theatrical Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
UKD.jpg UK
Directed by Nicolas Gessner
Release Date 1971
Language English
Studio Comacico
Lira Films
Medusa Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
The Stranger Charles Bronson
Laurence Jeffries Anthony Perkins
Frances Jeffries Jill Ireland
Paul Damien Henri Garcin
Andrew Adriano Magistretti
Lucy Agathe Natanson


Someone Behind the Door (French title Quelqu'un derrière la porte, another English release title Two Minds for Murder) is an French-British 1971 crime drama directed by Nicolas Gessner and starring Anthony Perkins, Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland. Dr. Laurence Jeffries (Perkins), a neurosurgeon, finds out that his wife Frances (Ireland) has a lover. Laurence plans to use his amnesiac patient (Bronson) as an instrument of his revenge.


The following weapons were used in the film Someone Behind the Door:

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Walther PP

A Walther PP that belongs to Dr. Laurence Jeffries (Anthony Perkins) is seen in hands of the amnesiac man, "The Stranger" (Charles Bronson), and later the gun falls in hands of Frances Jeffries (Jill Ireland).

Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP. Though most of the pistols built immediately after the war were made by Manurhin of France (under license), the guns are marked "Made in West Germany".
Dr. Jeffries pretends to find the pistol in the pocket of The Stranger.
Jeffries unloads the gun.
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The pistol in hands of The Stranger.
The pistol in hand of Jeffries.
The Stranger, convinced by Jeffries that Frances is HIS unfaithful wife, threatens Frances' lover Paul Damien (Henri Garcin).
The Stranger kills Damien.
The Stranger and Frances.
SBtD-WaltherPP-10.jpg
Frances tries to shoot The Stranger but the pistol runs out of ammo.

Trivia

French release poster. The snub nose revolver that is seen on this poster has nothing to do with the movie.



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