Sugarland Express, The
The Sugarland Express is the 1974 drama that marked the feature film directorial debut of Steven Spielberg. Based on a true story, the film stars William Atherton and Goldie Hawn as a desperate couple who kidnap a Texas trooper and become instant celebrities as Texas law enforcement chases them across the state.
The following weapons were used in the film The Sugarland Express:
Smith & Wesson Model 28 Highway Patrolman
The Smith & Wesson Model 28 Highway Patrolman is the main revolver seen in the film. The revolver is taken from Texas Patrolman Maxwell Slide (Michael Sacks) by Lou Jean Poplin (Goldie Hawn) and used by her husband Clovis Michael Poplin (William Atherton) throughout the rest of the film.
Several troopers are seen armed with the Winchester Model 1897 shotgun. It's also used by one of the reserve deputies during the car lot shootout.
One of the Texas troopers is seen armed with a Remington 870 shotgun at the end of the film.
Double Barreled shotgun
Another civilian police reservist uses what appears to be a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun during the shootout at the car lot.
A Mauser Sporter is used by a Texas Ranger to try and take out the couple.
Winchester Model 70
A Winchester Model 70 is used by the other Texas Ranger.
Winchester Model 1894
A civilian reserve deputy is seen using a Winchester Model 1894 in the shootout at the used car lot.
While driving through the town, in the disarmament stage seen a few different guns: