Starman

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Starman (1984)

Starman is a 1984 science fiction film directed by John Carpenter and stars Jeff Bridges as an alien who has traveled to earth in response to the Earth invitation found in the Voyager space probe. Upon his arrival, he takes the form of a woman's dead husband and the two proceed to travel across the United States on their way to a crater which could provide a way home. The film's cast includes Karen Allen, Richard Jaeckel, and Charles Martin Smith. The film would later spawn an ABC television series adaptation that starred Robert Hays as the title character.



The following weapons were used in the film Starman:

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Colt MK IV Series 70

When the Starman (Jeff Bridges) arrives at her cabin, Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen) is seen holding a Colt MK IV Series 70 on the intruder. The Starman then picks it up and carries it when he takes Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen) on the roadtrip. Jenny is later seen firing it in the air to ward off the men who beat up Starman. Also seen in the hands of US military personnel.

Colt MK IV Series 70 - .45 ACP
Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen) holds the pistol on the intruder.
Starman (Jeff Bridges) holds the pistol after it's dropped by Jenny.
Starman (Jeff Bridges) holds the pistol when he takes Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen) on the roadtrip.
Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen) gets the handgun put to her head.
The pistol in the lap of Starman.
Closeup of the pistol as Jenny raises it in the air.
Jenny fires the pistol. Here, the Mark IV engraving can be seen.
Jenny holds the M1911 after firing it into the air.
Army troops are armed with the handgun.

Remington 870

One of the Mansfield City Police officers opens fire from his police car on Jenny and the Starman with a Remington 870. Later, when Starman and Jenny are caught at the Indian Restaurant, a trooper with the Arizona Highway Patrol outside the restaurant holds this shotgun.

Remington 870 - 12 Gauge
A Mansfield City officer (M.C. Gainey) opens fire with the Remington 870.
The trooper with the 870 as Shermin enters the diner.

MGC Replica M16 rifle

MGC M16 Replica rifles are used by US military personnel that are seen at checkpoints as well as in the climax of the film.

The MGC M16 Assault rifle: a non firing metal replica built by the Model Gun Corp of Japan and one of the most used non firing replicas of the M16 in movies and television
The military guard is armed with the M16 at the crash site of the spaceship.
US Army troops are seen with the rifles at the checkpoint.
A closeup of the rifle's barrel as a soldier rides in one of the Huey helicopters.
Mark Shermin (Charles Martin Smith) amidst soldiers with MGC replicas.

M-6E3 Weapons System

Mounted on each side of the UH-1 Huey gunship helicopters that pursue Jenny and Starman is the M-6E3 Weapon System. The weapon system contains dual automated M60C machine guns remotely-controlled by the pilot.

A Huey gunship is seen fitted with the M-6E3 Weapons System.
Closeup of the M-6E3 Weapons System mounted on the side of the Huey.
The M-6E3 firing.

Winchester Model 70

A hunter (Ted White) is seen putting away his rifle after securing his prey on the hood of his car. This appears to be a Winchester Model 70.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
A hunter (Ted White) is seen putting away his rifle after securing his prey on the hood of his car.
This appears to be a Winchester Model 70.



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