Monk with the Whip (Der Mönch mit der Peitsche), The
The Monk with the Whip (Der Mönch mit der Peitsche; also released as The College Girl Murders) is a 1967 German detective movie directed by Alfred Vohrer and losely based on the 1926 novel "The Black Abbot" and subsequent 1927 play "The Terror" by Edgar Wallace which also served as the basis for the 1965 film The Sinister Monk. A whip-wielding mysterious person in red monastic outfit is seen at the boarding school where several students are murdered one by one by poison gas. Inspector Higgins (Joachim Fuchsberger) investigates the case.
The film is the 24st installment in the Rialto Film studio film series (1959-1972).
The following weapons were used in the film The Monk with the Whip (Der Mönch mit der Peitsche):
Arminius HW-1 revolvers seen in hands of Inspector Higgins (Joachim Fuchsberger), Mark Denver (Harry Riebauer), "The Chief"'s henchmen Greaves (Günter Meisner) and Frank Keeney (Siegfried Rauch), the student Mary Houston (Suzanne Roquette) and the gardener of the boarding school Glenn Powers (Claus Holm).
Sten Mk II
Over and Under Rifle/Shotgun
Greaves (Günter Meisner) uses an over and under combination rifle/shotgun with sniper scope during the kidnapping of Ann Portland. This gun is the same model as those used in The Curse of the Hidden Vault, The Ringer, Again the Ringer.