Finger Man (Le Doulos), The

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The Finger Man
(Le Doulos)
Le Doulos Poster.jpg
Theatrical Release Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville
Release Date 1962
Language French
Studio Compagnia Cinematografica Champion
Rome Paris Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Maurice Faugel Serge Reggiani
Silien Jean-Paul Belmondo
Commissaire Clain Jean Desailly
Jean Aimé de March
Thérèse Dalmain Monique Hennessy
Fabienne Fabienne Dali


The Finger Man (original title Le Doulos that literally means a kind of hat but is also a slang term for a police informer) is a 1962 French crime movie directed by Jean-Pierre Melville and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Serge Reggiani as two criminals, one of which appears to be an informer but still tries to help his friend.

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The following weapons were used in the film The Finger Man (Le Doulos):

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Colt Pocket Positive

A Colt Pocket Positive is used by Maurice Faugel (Serge Reggiani). Later the same revolver is seen in hands of Silien (Jean-Paul Belmondo). In the movie this revolver is correctly called a Colt but its caliber is incorrectly identified as .44.

Colt Pocket Positive - .32 Colt New Police.Photo courtesy of http://www.coltautos.com
Maurice takes the revolver in the opening scene.
Maurice fires.
Silien digs the revolver, hidden by Maurice.
The revolver is seen on the table while Silien cocks his Walther P38 during the scene in Nuttheccio's office.
Silien aims his revolver at Nuttheccio (Michel Piccoli).
The revolver is seen from the right side.
The revolver is seen from the left side.
Silien fires.
Armand (Jacques de Léon) holds Silien's revolver while Silien is armed with a Walther P38.
Silien reloads the revolver after the shootout.

Walther P38

A Walther P38 is used by Silien (Jean-Paul Belmondo) in several scenes.

Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) - World War II dated - 9x19mm
Silien cocks his P38 during the scene in Nuttheccio's office.
Armand (Jacques de Léon) holds Silien's Colt Pocket Positive revolver while Silien is armed with a P38.
Silien fires at Armand.
Silien holds a P38 after the shootout.
The pistol is seen near Nuttheccio's (Michel Piccoli) dead hand.
Silien fires his P38 in the final scene.

M1911A1

Kern (Carl Studer) uses an M1911A1 in the final scene.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP
Kern in ambush with his 1911.
Wounded Kern tries to fire his pistol.
A 1911 in Kern's dead hand.

FN Model 1922

An pistol that is supposed to be a FN Model 1922 is carried by Rémy (Philippe Nahon), Maurice's parthner, during the burglary. Maurice uses Rémy's pistol to fire at police. Commissaire Clain (Jean Desailly) also carries an FN Model 1922 (though it can be a MAB Model D, it's hard to say for sure).

FN Model 1922 - .32 ACP
Rémy runs with a pistol in hand.
Maurice Faugel (Serge Reggiani) fires at police.
Wounded Maurice with pistol in hand.
Commissaire Clain holds his pistol.

Unique Rr 51

Police Inspector Salignari (Daniel Crohem) carries a pistol that appears to be a Unique Rr 51.

Unique Rr 51 - .32 ACP
Salignari draws his pistol.
Salignari fires.
Wounded Salignari drops his pistol.
The pistol on pavement.



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