Doll Squad, The

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The Doll Squad
Doll Squad poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Ted V. Mikels
Release Date 1973
Studio Feature-Faire Productions
Distributor Geneni Film Distributors, Alpha Video Distributors
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sabrina Kincaid Francine York
Eamon O'Reilly Michael Ansara
Cat Sherri Vernon
Sharon O'Conner Leigh Christian
Lavelle Sumara Tura Satana
Elizabeth White Judith McConnell
Rafael Rafael Campos
Munson Herb Robins



The following weapons were used in the film The Doll Squad:

Contents


Pistols

Walther P38

Munson (Herb Robins), Sabrina Kincaid (Francine York), Sharon O'Conner (Leigh Christian), Lavelle Sumara (Tura Satana), Cat (Sherri Vernon), Elizabeth White (Judith McConnell), Eamon O'Reilly (Michael Ansara), the Guard (director Ted V. Mikels in a cameo), a hit man, and several guards use the Walther P38.

Walther P38 pistol - World War II dated - 9x19mm.
Munson aims a Walther P38 with a scope and a suppressor.
Munson holds a Walther P38 with a suppressor.
Sabrina holds a Walther P38.
Sharon holds a Walther P38.
Lavelle holds a Walther P38.
Cat holds a suppressed Walther P38.
Elizabeth holds a suppressed Walther P38.
Eamon points a Walther P38 at Sabrina.
The Guard aims a Walther P38.
The Guard fires the Walther P38.
A hit man aims a Walther P38 with a suppressor.
The guard on the left points a Walther P38. The other guards carry Madsen M50s.

Walther PP Series

Rafael (Rafael Campos) and Sabrina use a Walther PP.

Rafael points a Walther PP at Sabrina.
Sabrina holds a Walther PP.

M1911A1

Maria (Lisa Todd), Sabrina, Cat, Sharon, Lavelle and Mr. Cahaymen (Bertil Unger) use the M1911A1.

World War II-era Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Maria holds an M1911A1.
Sabrina points an M1911A1 at Maria.
Cat holds an M1911A1.
Sharon holds an M1911A1.
Lavelle (second from left) loads an M1911A1.
Mr. Cahaymen holds an M1911A1.

Shotguns

Remington 870

Sabrina and Victor Connelly (Anthony Eisley) use Remington 870s at the skeet range.

Remington 870 Wingmaster - 12 gauge.
Sabrina aims a Remington 870.
Close view of the receiver.
Victor aims the shotgun.

Over-Under Shotgun

Senator Stockwell (John Carter) uses a 12 Gauge O/U Shotgun at the skeet range.

Senator Stockwell aims the shotgun.

Submachine Gun

Madsen M50

Cat, Elizabeth, Lavelle, Sabrina and many guards use the Madsen M50.

Madsen M50 - 9x19mm.
Cat (left) and Elizabeth fire M50s. According to the director's commentary, only two operating Madsen M50s were used. This is the only scene with both.
Lavelle aims an M50.
Lavelle fires the M50.
Sabrina holds an M50.
A guard holds a nonfiring replica M50, indicated by the lack of an ejection port. He has just been shot from behind by Sharon, hence the blood on his left chest.
A guard holds a nonfiring replica M50 as Lavelle grabs his throat.

Other

M2 Flamethrower

Mr. Cahaymen uses an M2 Flamethrower.

M2-2 flamethrower.
Mr. Cahaymen starts to fire the flamethrower.
Mr. Cahaymen fires the flamethrower.
The flamethrower suddenly stops operating.
Mr. Cahaymen tries to relight the flamethrower. A guard on the left points a Walther P38.

Rocket Launcher

Sabrina and Lavelle use a prop rocket launcher similar to an M20 "Super Bazooka" with the deflector mounted backwards, some longitudinal indentations on the tube, the sight group removed, a modified stock and shoulder pads.

M20 "Super Bazooka" with bipod, sling and 3.5" rocket.
Lavelle holds the bazooka.
Sabrina holds the bazooka while Lavelle loads.
Lavelle finishes loading as Sabrina prepares to fire. The reversed deflector is apparent.
Sabrina fires the bazooka.

Decorative Rifle

There is a decorative replica percussion cap rifle on the wall of Eamon's conference room.

Doll Squad wall rifle1.jpg



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