Biggest Bundle of Them All, The

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The Biggest Bundle of Them All
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Theatrical release poster
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Directed by Ken Annakin
Release Date 1968
Language English
Studio Metro-Goldwin-Mayer
Distributor Metro-Goldwin-Mayer
Warner Archive Collection
Main Cast
Character Actor
Cesare Celli Vittorio De Sica
Juliana Raquel Welch
Harry Price Robert Wagner
Benny Brownstead Godfrey Cambridge
Davey Collins Davy Kaye
Antonio Tozzi Francesco Mulè
Professor Samuels Edward G. Robinson
Captain Giglio Victor Spinetti
Teresa Yvonne Sanson


The Biggest Bundle of Them All stars Robert Wagner as Harry Price, who leads a small inexperienced gang and aspires to get rich quick. They encounter Cesare Celli (Vittorio De Sica), a retired Italian mob leader who convinces them to let him lead Harry's gang. Professor Samuels (Edward G. Robinson) provides them with a plan to make a bundle of money.


The following weapons were used in the film The Biggest Bundle of Them All:

Contents


Handguns

M1911A1

Harry Price (Robert Wagner) carries an M1911A1 throughout most of the film. Benny Brownstead (Godfrey Cambridge), Antonio Tozzi (Francesco Mulè), and Juliana (Raquel Welch) use Harry's pistol at various times.

M1911A1 Colt Government Model - .45 ACP
Harry holds the pistol.
Harry points the pistol at Celli.
Harry hands the pistol to Benny.
Benny holds Harry's pistol.
Benny holds the pistol while talking to Celli.
Benny awkwardly holds the pistol.
Tozzi holds Harry's pistol.
Juliana holds Harry's pistol.

Beretta M1951

Interpol Captain Capuano (Piero Gerlini) and Carabinieri Capitano Del Signore (Aldo Bufi Landi) carry Beretta M1951 service pistols. Italian police are seen with similar pistols in holsters.

Beretta M1951 - 9x19mm
Captain Capuano holds his service pistol.
Captain Capuano holds his service pistol.
Captain Capuano attempts to fire his service pistol.
Capitano Del Signore fires his service pistol.

Unknown Revolver

Teresa (Yvonne Sanson) possesses an unknown revolver.

Teresa takes out her revolver.
Teresa holds her revolver.

Submachine Guns

M1A1 Thompson

Harry, Benny, Davey Collins (Davy Kaye) and Tozzi use M1A1 Thompson submachine guns.

M1A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
Harry holds an M1A1 Thompson.
Benny holds an M1A1 Thompson.
Benny fires the M1A1 Thompson. In this scene, each blank round produces a bright muzzle flash. In some other scenes, every fifth blank round produces the same bright muzzle flash.
Davey carries his Thompson slung over his shoulder.
Tozzi points his M1A1 Thompson. The thin edge of the top armor plate of the tank is visible.

Beretta Model 38/44

Italian police are armed with Beretta Model 38/44 submachine guns.

Beretta Model 38/44 - 9x19mm
Italian police (Carabinieri, judging by their uniforms) carry Beretta Model 38/44s.
Italian police guard the train.
The two Carabinieri officers on the right hold Beretta Model 38/44.
The Polizia Stradale motorcycle officer on the left has a Beretta Model 38/44 slung over his shoulder.

Other

CS Grenade

Juliana, Benny and Davey are seen with CS grenades.

Juliana hands the grenades to Benny.
Benny holds the grenades.
Davey pulls the pin on a grenade.
Davey prepares to throw the grenade while holding his M1A Thompson. The grenades are not shown emitting smoke, and appear to be pull-tab soda cans mocked up as grenades. The grenade in Davey's right hand is slightly crumpled.

Carro Armato M13/40

An Italian M13/40 tank is seen among the inventory at a surplus military vehicle dealer.

Carro Armato M13/40 with 47mm Cannone da 47/32 Modello 1935 main gun and hull-mounted twin Breda Modello 38 machine guns (8×59mm RB Breda). The coaxial machine gun has been removed.

Light Tank (Universal Carrier mockup)

A Universal Carrier is mocked up as a light tank. There were no versions of the Universal Carrier produced with a gun mounted in a rotating turret.

The tank is driven out of the truck, using metal ramps.
The tank blocks the railroad tracks. The tank has the characteristic track wheels of a Universal Carrier.
Note the small bore diameter and thick barrel wall of the main gun, suggesting it is a fake.
After the tank is bumped by the train, the side armor is bent, indicating it is thin sheet metal.

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress

A Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress is seen late in the film.

The B-17G lifts off.


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