Super Fly is a 1972 Blaxploitation film directed by Gordon Parks Jr. (son of Shaft director Gordon Parks) starring Ron O'Neal, Carl Lee and Julius Harris. The famous soundtrack by R&B and soul legend Curtis Mayfield, who had a cameo in the film with his band, actually outgrossed the film. The film is also notable for introducing the concept for the pimpmobile to the American public. The pimpmobile in the film, a customized Cadillac Eldorado, was a genuine pimpmobile, borrowed from a real pimp who asked for and received a small role in the film. A sequel written and directed by Ron O'Neal was released a year later, and a third film, made without O'Neal, was released in 1990.
The following weapons were used in the film Super Fly:
Colt Model 1903/1908
Youngblood Priest (Ron O'Neal) owns a Colt Model 1903/1908 for personal protection. He lends it out to one of his dealers (Nate Adams) and Fat Freddie (Charles McGregor) for a job.
Colt 1903 Hammerless with Colt Wood Grips - .32 ACP
The dealer (he's only listed as "Dealer" in IMDb) with the Colt when they're following their mark.
Priest sticks his Colt back into his pants.
Priest chambers a round into his Colt.
Sauer Model 1913
Scatter (Julius Harris) pulls out a Sauer Model 1913 from his pocket and confronts Eddie with it.
Sauer Model 1913 - .32 ACP
Scatter backs away from Eddie after Priest calms him down.
Scatter (Julius Harris) pulls a Röhm RG-24 from Eddie's (Carl Lee) jacket.
Scatter fiddles with the revolver while talking to Priest.
The police confront Fat Freddie with the drugs and Walther PPK found in his possession when he is arrested.
Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Deputy Commissioner Reardon (a cameo by producer Sig Shore) pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 10 with stag grips on Priest.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special