Great Dictator, The
The Great Dictator was Charlie Chaplin's 1940 biting satire and declaration against the rise of fascism as well as being the first true talking picture made by the noted silent film star. Chaplin wrote, produced and directed the film, as well as taking on multiple roles, including the title character.
The following guns were used in the film The Great Dictator:
Colt New Service
A Tomanian Storm Trooper uses a Colt New Service to shoot a young Jewish man in fictional Osterlich.
At least one Tomanian officer uses a Luger P08 pistol.
Most of the Tomanian infantry are seen using Krag-Jørgensen long rifles with bayonets affixed and carbines.
Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine
Prison guards carry the Karabiner 98a as identified by the distinctive stacking hook just below the upper barrel band.
Some of Tomania's infantry carry M1903 Springfield rifles.
Winchester 1897 Field shotgun
The Great Dictator himself goes duck hunting with a Winchester Model 1897 Field shotgun.
A Lewis light machine gun is used by troops of the fictional country of Tomania in the first World War.
Tomanian soldiers including the Jewish Barber use stick hand grenades that somewhat resemble to Model 13/15 Kugelhandgranates.