Street People (Gli esecutori)

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Street People
(Gli esecutori)
Street People Poster.jpg
English Language Release Poster
Country ITA.jpg Italy
Directed by Maurizio Lucidi
Release Date 1976
Language Italian
Studio Aetos Produzioni Cinematografiche
Main Cast
Character Actor
Ulysses Roger Moore
Charlie Hanson Stacy Keach
Salvatore Francesco Ivo Garrani
Bishop Francis Lopetri Ettore Manni
Luigi Nicoletta Fausto Tozzi
Pete Luigi Casellato
Don Continenza Ennio Balbo


Street People (original title Gli esecutori ("The Executioner"), also released as The Sicilian Cross) is a 1976 Italian crime movie directed by Maurizio Lucidi and starring Roger Moore as Ulysses, an attorney on service of his uncle, mob boss Salvatore Francesco.


The following weapons were used in the film Street People (Gli esecutori):
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Contents


Handguns

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers are used by various characters, including Ulysses (Roger Moore), Charlie Hanson (Stacy Keach), Luigi Nicoletta (Fausto Tozzi), Francesco's bodyguards Pete (Luigi Casellato) and Joe (Salvatore Torrisi).

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
During the scene in the San Francisco port a killer (his identity is revealed only in the end) uses a suppressed S&W Model 36.
Joe (Salvatore Torrisi) carries a revolver in holster.
Ulysses holds his revolver in the scene on Sicily.
A retired hitman Giulio (uncredited) draws his backup gun.
Charlie with an S&W Model 36 and Ulysses with a Smith & Wesson Model 28.
Charlie holds his revolver during the chase of the rooftops.
Charlie fires.
Pete (at the left) and Joe holds their revolvers.
Ulysses draws his revolver in the final scene.

Smith & Wesson Model 28

Except for abovementioned Smith & Wesson Model 36, Giulio owns a Smith & Wesson Model 28 with 6" barrel. He has no chance to use it when Ulysses (Roger Moore) grapples the gun.

Smith & Wesson Model 28 - .357 Magnum
Giulio's revolver.
Ulysses holds the revolver.
A view from the muzzle.

Smith & Wesson Military & Police

In the climactic scene a group of mobsters use Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
A mobster at the left holds an M&P revolver. A man at the right is armed with a snub nose revolver, most likely a Model 36.
A curly-haired guy in a red tie holds an M&P revolver.
A close-up.
A mobster at the right (Giuseppe Castellano) fires his revolver.
Another mobster fires in a smoke-filled room.

Smith & Wesson Victory Model

One of the S&W revolvers, used by mobsters, appears to be a Smith & Wesson Victory Model due to its plain grips, parkerized gray surface and lanyard ring.

Smith & Wesson Victory Model - .38 S&W
A good view of the revolver.

Beretta Model 70

A killer whose identity is revealed only in the end uses a suppressed Beretta Model 70 to assassinate mob boss Giuseppe Continenza (Ennio Balbo).

Beretta Model 70 Suppressed - .32 ACP
A hitman aims at Don Continenza.

Shotguns

Remington 870

Ulysses (Roger Moore) uses a Remington 870 during the car chase.

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge
Ulysses draws a shotgun, hidden in his car.
He fires at pursuers.
A close view.

Lupara

In the scene on Sicily a hitman (Salvatore Billa) uses a Lupara. A lupara is also seen in hands of young Salvatore Francesco (uncredited) in the flashback scene.

Dominion Arms Outlaw Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
A hitman in ambush.
He aims.
Young Salvatore takes a lupara from the wall.

Rifles

Bolt Action Rifle

In one scene a killer uses a rifle. He is seen only in great distance so the gun cannot be identified. Judging by his motions, this is a bolt action gun.

The shooter on rooftop.



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