Street Law

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Street Law
Street Law-poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country ITA.jpg Italy
Directed by Enzo G. Castellari
Release Date 1974
Language Italian
Studio Capital Film S.p.a.
Main Cast
Character Actor
Carlo Antonelli Franco Nero
Tommy Giancarlo Prete
Barbara Barbara Bach
Police commissioneer Renzo Palmer
The gang leader Romano Puppo
"Beard" Nazzareno Zamperla
"Unibrow" Massimo Vanni


Street Law (original title Il cittadino si ribella ("The citizen rebels")) is a 1974 Italian crime movie directed by Enzo G. Castellari. When a mild-mannered engineer named Carlo Antonelli (Franco Nero) is brutalized during an armed robbery, he decides to take the law into his own hands.


The following weapons were used in the film Street Law:

Contents



Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Military & Police

The gang leader (Romano Puppo) uses a Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolver in the climactic scene.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 4" barrel - .38 Special
The gang leader holds Tommy at gunpoint with his revolver.
The revolver is seen at the right.
Another view of the same scene.

Unidentified revolver

What appears to be a snub nose revolver is briefly used by "Beard" (Nazzareno Zamperla) in the climactic scene.

"Beard" holds a snub nose revolver.
He fires.

Pistols

Beretta M1951

Two Beretta M1951 pistols are among the guns that Carlo (Franco Nero) illegally purchases with Tommy's (Giancarlo Prete) help. Carlo leaves one of his pistols together with Beretta M12 SMG when he falsifies his kidnapping. A Beretta M51 is also used by the robber "Unibrow" (Massimo Vanni).

Beretta M951 - 9x19mm
A hitman (Dino Mattielli) aims a Beretta M1951 at his victim in the opening scene.
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The hitman fires.
Tommy receives the guns from illegal gun dealer: two Beretta M1951 pistols and disassembled Winchester Model 1200 shotgun.
Carlo readies a pistol.
Carlo holds his pistol in another scene.
"Unibrow" tries to threaten a man in port (cameo of film director Enzo G. Castellari).
"Unibrow" with his Beretta in the climactic scene.
Wounded Tommy tries to reach the pistol, thrown to him by Carlo.

Beretta M1934

Beretta M1934 pistols are seen in hands of a criminal in the opening scene. Tommy (Giancarlo Prete) holds a Beretta M1934 during the robbery in jewelry store.

Beretta Model 1934 - .380 ACP
A robber at the background draws his pistol in the opening scene.
Tommy aims his Beretta at the jewelry store manager.

Colt M1911A1

A Colt M1911A1 is a personal gun of the gang leader (Romano Puppo).

World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP. This was an issued U.S. Army pistol with parkerized finish, thus the official designation of M1911A1
Gang leader holds his 1911 during the car chase.
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Gang leader threatens Carlo.

Submachine Guns

Thompson M1A1

During the post office robbery the gang leader (Romano Puppo) uses a Thompson M1A1 with removed stock. He also uses this SMG in the climactic scene, this time the stock is attached.

Thompson M1A1 - .45ACP
The gang leader holds his Thompson during the robbery.
He aims the gun at cashier.
The gang leader holds Tommy as hostage in the climactic scene.
This time the Thompson is fitted with the stock.
The gang leader fires.

Sten Mk II

The robber "Unibrow" (Massimo Vanni) is armed with a Sten Mk II SMG during the post office robbery and in the climactic scene. His Sten has British T-shaped stock.

Sten Mk II - 9x19mm
"Unibrow" holds his Sten during the robbery.
He threatens post office manager.
"Unibrow" fires his Sten in the climactic scene.
The T-shaped stock is seen.
"Unibrow" reloads the SMG.

Beretta Model 38/42

During the car chase and in several other scenes police officers carry Beretta Model 38/42 SMGs.

Beretta Model 38/42 - 9x19mm
A police officer holds a Beretta M38/42 during the chase after the robbers' car.

Beretta Model 38/49

Police officers also carry Beretta Model 38/49 SMGs, identified by typical push-button cross-bolt safety catch.

Beretta Model 38/49 (also known as Model 4) - 9x19mm
A police officer at the left holds a Beretta M38/49.

Beretta M12

A Beretta M12 is among the guns that Carlo (Franco Nero) illegally purchases with Tommy's (Giancarlo Prete) help. Carlo leaves the SMG when he falsifies his kidnapping. "Beard" (Nazzareno Zamperla) uses a Beretta M12 in the climactic scene, firing his SMG in both semi auto and full auto mode.

Beretta M12 - 9x19mm
Beretta M12 is seen in a box together with disassembled Winchester Model 1200.
Police commissioneer (Renzo Palmer) inspects the Beretta M12, found on the place of supposed kidnapping of Carlo.
"Beard" holds his Beretta M12 in the climactic scene.
"Beard" fires in semi-auto mode, showing an outstanding marksmanship with such short barreled gun.

Shotguns

Winchester Model 1200

Carlo's (Franco Nero) main gun is a Winchester Model 1200 with sawed-off stock, fitted with a kind of muzzle brake. When firing, the shotgun produces an incredibly devastating effect, more fitting for a grenade launcher.

Winchester Model 1200 with 30" ribbed field barrel - 12 gauge. The screen gun has sawed-off stock and barrel with muzzle brake.
Tommy receives the guns from illegal gun dealer: two Beretta M1951 pistols and disassembled Winchester Model 1200 shotgun. Note the muzzle brake on the barrel (between pistols).
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Tommy assembles the shotgun.
He hands the gun to Carlo.
Carlo in action with the shotgun.
The gun fires with a large muzzle flame.
The shootout is over.

Over and Under Sawed-off Shotgun

During the post office robbery, the robber "Beard" (Nazzareno Zamperla) is armed with an Over and Under Shotgun with sawed-off barrels and intact buttstock in classic Italian lupara style.

This is a photoshopped image of what the Sawn-Off Over/Under Shotgun - 12 gauge could look like. Screen gun has the stock intact.
"Beard" threatens a guard in post office.
A good view of "Beard"'s shotgun.



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