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The Nada Gang
Nada Poster.jpg
Original French Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
ITA.jpg Italy
Directed by Claude Chabrol
Release Date 1974
Language French
Studio Italian International Film, Les Films de la Boétie, Verona Produzione
Main Cast
Character Actor
Buenaventura Diaz Fabio Testi
Marcel Treuffais Michel Duchaussoy
André Épaulard Maurice Garrel
D'Arey Lou Castel
Meyer Didier Kaminka
Veronique Cash Mariangela Melato
Commissaire Goemond Michel Aumont


The Nada Gang (original title Nada, Spanish for "nothing") is a 1974 French-Italian crime thriller directed by Claude Chabrol. A leftist terrorist group kidnaps the US ambassador in France. Commissaire Goemond investigates the case, using the most cruel and merciless methods.


The following weapons were used in the film Nada Gang, The:

Contents


Handguns

Walther PP

The terrorists steal four Walther PP pistols from police station. During the kidnapping and in following scenes they are used by Buenaventura Diaz (Fabio Testi), André Épaulard (Maurice Garrel), D'Arey (Lou Castel) and Meyer (Didier Kaminka).

Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP
Nada-PP-1.jpg
Treuffais, disguised as a medic, steals a pistol from holster.
Diaz threatens the ambassador Richard Poindexter (Lyle Joyce).
Meyer holds his pistol.
Diaz with his pistol.
Diaz's pistol is next to him even in bathroom.

M1911-style pistol

In the opening scene André Épaulard (Maurice Garrel) thinks about suicide, holding his M1911-style pistol at his head. The pistol appears to be nickel plated, and the cocking serration differs from standard M1911/1911A1 pistols.

Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand - nickel plated later by its owner.
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Walther P38

Several police detectives including Commissaire Goemond (Michel Aumont) are seen with Walther P38 pistols.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
A detective holds his P38 during the siege of the farm.

Unidentified snub nose revolver

In the final scene Commissaire Goemond (Michel Aumont) carries a snub nose revolver. It isn't seen clear enough to be identified for sure but it resembles Smith & Wesson Model 36.

Goemond holds his revolver in the final scene.
Goemond holds his revolver on a production still. In the film this scene differs.

Submachine Guns

Sten Mk II

Veronique Cash (Mariangela Melato) and Buenaventura Diaz (Fabio Testi) fire a Sten Mk II during the siege of the terrorists hideout on the farm.

Sten Mk II (Canadian) - 9x19mm
André Épaulard (Maurice Garrel) examines the Sten.
Veronique loads the Sten.
She fires at police.
Diaz fires the Sten at police.

MAT-49

MAT-49 SMGs are used by police during the siege of the farm.

MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
Police with MAT-49s.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

In the final scene Buenaventura Diaz (Fabio Testi) is armed with a sawn-off double barreled shotgun.

A shotgun on the wall.
Diaz saws the shotgun.

Rifles

MAS-36

During the siege of the farm most policemen are armed with MAS-36 rifles, some of them fitted with smoke grenade launchers.

MAS-36 - 7.5x54mm French
A policeman fires a MAS-36.
Policemen with rifles with grenade launchers.
A close view of the launcher.

Unidentified sniper rifle

A police sniper fires a bolt action rifle during the siege of the farm. It resembles a sporterised Karabiner 98k or some other Mauser rifle.

Karabiner 98k Sporter - 7.92x57mm IS
Mauser 98 Sporter with scope - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Nada-Sniper-1.jpg
Nada-Sniper-2.jpg

Other Weapons

Rifle Grenade Launcher

Some rifles are fitted with smoke grenade launchers.

A close view of the launcher.
The smoke grenade on the floor.



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