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The Cops are Robbers (1990)

The Cops are Robbers (also known as Good Cops, Bad Cops) was a 1990 made-for-television movie depicting the true story of six bank robbers and their lucrative burglary of the Depositors' Trust Bank in Medford, Massachusetts over Memorial Day weekend in 1980, yielding the bandits $1.5 million in cash and over $18 million in gold and jewelry. The twist to the story is that three of the bank robbers were policemen in the Medford Police Department. Ray Sharkey plays Capt. Gerald W. "Gerry" Clemente, the head of the gang, and Ed Asner plays Jake Quinn, the Superintendent of the Medford Police who is out to nab Clemente's gang for the robbery.


The following weapons were used in the film The Cops are Robbers:

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Smith & Wesson Model 36

Gerry Clemente (Ray Sharkey) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 36 Snubnose while as a Captain in the Medford Police Department and after his demotion to Sergeant. Superintendent Jake Quinn (Ed Asner) also carries a Model 36.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Capt. Clemente draws a S&W Model 36 from an ankle holster after a rock is thrown through his window.
Clemente's wife Mary (Sharon Mann) tries to subdue him as he waves his S&W Model 36 around outside.
Clemente holds his S&W Model 36 on Benny Brown (Robert F. Lyons).

Smith & Wesson 3000 Shotgun

Sgt. Frank Moran (James Keach) threatens Benny with a Smith & Wesson 3000 Shotgun when the gang is discussing how to split up the money from the bank job. The folding stock appears to have been removed. Moran is based on a policeman named Bangs, whose name was changed for the film.

Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun with black synthetic furniture and folding stock - 12 Gauge.
Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun with black synthetic furniture and folding stock - 12 Gauge.
Moran re-enters the room with his shotgun, telling Benny he had just picked it up recently.
Moran holds his shotgun on Benny.
Moran's shotgun appears to have a removed folding stock.

Smith & Wesson 4th Model DA

A double-action Smith & Wesson 4th Model is one of the revolvers sitting in front of "Doogie" Keeghan (Johnathan Holliday) when Clemente confronts them all for selling drugs and guns instead of keeping a low profile. Keeghan is another fictional name, changed from that of the real thief.

Smith & Wesson 4th Model Double Action .32
The S&W 4th Model is the revolver furthest back on the table, closest to Keeghan.

Colt Official Police

Sgt. Jimmy Donnelly (Steve Railsback), another corrupt Medford Police Department officer, carries a Colt Official Police. Donnelly is the film's version of real-life Sgt. Thomas K. Doherty, who had been in on the robbery.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel
Sgt. Donnelly cleans his Colt.

IMI Uzi

When Clemente (Ray Sharkey) enters the gang's hideout, he sees several Uzi submachine guns on a table when Jimmy reveals that he's been working as an illegal firearms dealer. Clemente picks one up and throws it down in anger.

IMI Uzi 9x19mm
Clemente approaches the table of Uzis.

Colt Python Snubnose

Frank Moran (James Keach) carries a Colt Python with a 2.5" barrel in his waistband when he confronts Jimmy over the money.

Python "snubbie"
Moran holds his Python Snub on Jimmy.

Ithaca 37

Jimmy Donnelly (Steve Railsback) confronts Moran with an Ithaca 37.

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
Jimmy picks up his Ithaca 37.
Jimmy fires his Ithaca 37.



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