Phantom of Morrisville (Fantom Morrisvillu), The

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The Phantom of Morrisville
(Fantom Morrisvillu)
Fantom Morrisvillu DVD.jpg
Modern DVD Cover
Country Czech-republic-flag.jpg Czechoslovakia
Directed by Borivoj Zeman
Release Date 1966
Language Czech
Studio Filmove studio Barrandov
Main Cast
Character Actor
Emil/Sir Hannibal Morris Oldrich Nový
Lady Clarence Hamilton Kveta Fialová
Mabel Jana Novaková
Manuel Diaz Waldemar Matuska
Allan Pinkerton Vit Olmer
Inspector Brumpby Jaroslav Marvan


The Phantom of Morrisville (Fantom Morrisvillu) is a Czechoslovakian 1966 comedy thriller movie by Borivoj Zeman, made as a parody on the genre of mystical thrillers. Emil, a musician from the symphony orchestra, is under strong impression of English thriller novel and imagines himself to be the protagonist of the book, Sir Hannibal Morris. His castle Morrisville is inhabited by the horrible Phantom. Manuel Diaz hunts for treausers of Morrisville, Inspector Brumpby from Scotland Yard hunts for Diaz, and the journalist and amateur detective with recognisable name Allan Pinkerton wants to uncover the mystery of the castle.


The following weapons were used in the film The Phantom of Morrisville (Fantom Morrisvillu):

Contents


Pistols

FN Model 1910

Allan Pinkerton's (Vit Olmer) handgun is FN Model 1910. In one scene the Manuel Diaz (Waldemar Matuska) holds a pistol that is also supposed to FN 1910.

FN Model 1910 - .380 ACP
Allan Pinkerton aims.
Another view of the pistol.
The grip and slide serration can be seen.
Diaz holds his pistol. The muzzle looks similar to FN 1910.

Browning Hi-Power

Inspector Brumpby (Jaroslav Marvan) has Browning Hi-Power pistol. This is "pre-Type 73" model.

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian manufacture) - 9x19mm
Inspector Brumpby aims.
A good side view of the pistol.
A view from the muzzle.

Unidentified pistol

Diaz' henchman Dixi (Jaroslav Rozsíval) carries an unidentified hammerless pistol. It bears distant resemblance with pistols of Ruby family but it's very vague.

Garate, Anitua y Cia Ruby-Type Pistol - .32 ACP
Dixi draws the pistol.
The general view of the gun.
Another view.

Percussion Cap Pistol

A pair of Percussion Cap Pistols used as a wall decoration in Castle Morrisville.

Modern replica of Lepage percussion dueling pistol.
Two percussion cap pistols are seen on the wall below a row of swords and daggers. These two are of different models.

Muskets and Shotguns

Oriental Musket

A kind of oriental musket is used as a wall decoration in Castle Morrisville.

Ottoman Musket
The typical stock of oriental style musket is seen on top right, below the round shield.

Percussion Cap Shotgun

What appears to be a double barreled Percussion Shotgun is seen in Castle Morrisville.

Double Barreled Percussion Shotgun - 10 gauge
Double barreled percussion cap shotgun is seen on bottom right, together with some single barreled long gun.
Double barreled percussion cap shotgun is seen on the wall at top right.
The general view of the gun.

Unknown Long Gun

Some long gun, possibly single barreled shotgun, is also seen in Castle Morrisville.

Single barreled gun is seen on bottom right, together with double barreled gun.

Other Weapons

Diaz' Banjo Gun

In one scene Manuel Diaz (Waldemar Matuska) fires a gun, hidden inside a banjo. The gun is seen firing full auto. The pistol grip with vertical magazine allows to make a guess that the weapon inside is the Sa.25 SMG but it's impossible to confirm or decline this version.

For comparison: Sa.25 - 9x19mm
Diaz breaks the neck of the banjo, making it a foregrip. The pistol grip and magazine is seen.
Diaz fires in full auto mode.



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