Invisible Dr. Mabuse, The
The Invisible Dr. Mabuse (German title Die unsichtbaren Krallen des Dr. Mabuse ("The invisible claws of Dr. Mabuse")) is a 1962 German B&W crime thriller directed by Harald Reinl. This is the third installment in the Dr. Mabuse film series by CCC Films. An FBI agent is murdered in a theatre in Germany when he follows a mysterious invisible person who stalks the acclaimed dancer Liane Martin (Karin Dor). His colleague Joe Como (Lex Barker) and German Police Commissioner Brahm (Siegfried Lowitz) hold the investigation. Meanwhile the archvillain Dr. Mabuse is also after the invisible man, wanting to obtain his secret.
The following weapons were used in the film The Invisible Dr. Mabuse:
NHM Model 9 Revolver
NHM Model 9 revolvers are used by FBI agent Joe Como (Lex Barker), Police Commissioner Brahm (Siegfried Lowitz), Dr. Mabuse and Dr. Krone (both Wolfgang Preiss), Mabuse in Dr. Bardorf's mask (Kurd Pieritz), clown Bobo (Werner Peters), and a number of Mabuse's henchmen and police officers.
Uniformed police officers carry holsters for Luger P08 pistols. Small parts of the pistol grips can be seen sometimes.
Dreyse Model 1907
In one scene Mabuse's henchman Max (Hans Schwarz Jr.) pistol-whips Joe. Max's pistol is seen only partially but its general appearance allows to identify it as a Dreyse Model 1907.
Hafthohlladung Anti Tank Mine (Mockup)
In the final scene police use mockups of Hafthohlladung Anti Tank Mines to break the armored door of the laboratory.
Note: Fritz Lang's films are highlighted in bold.