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|The Polar Bear (Der Eisbär)
German Theatrical Release Poster
||Mr. Brown Entertainment|
ena Film GmbH
The Polar Bear (Der Eisbär) is a 1998 German action thriller directed by Til Schweiger who also appears as the main character, a hitman Leo aka "Polar Bear".
The following weapons were used in the film Polar Bear (Der Eisbär), The:
Umarex Smith Wesson Chiefs Special
Fabian (Benno Fürmann) and Reza (Florian Lukas) find a snub nose revolver in the glovebox of Nico's car and use it to rob a cafe. The revolver appears to be an Umarex Smith Wesson Chiefs Special, blank firing replica of Smith & Wesson Model 36.
Umarex replica of the Smith & Wesson Model 36 with nickel finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Reza finds a revolver in the glovebox.
Reza examines the revolver.
Reza holds the revolver during the robbery.
Fabian holds the revolver during the robbery.
A close view at the revolver.
Colt Detective Special 3rd Generation
A 3rd Gen. Colt Detective Special is seen on the table of Leo's agent (Manfred Lehmann).
Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen - .38 Special
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose
In the final scene Manni (Jürgen Tarrach), one of the criminals, is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose (left side) - .357 Magnum.
Manni holds his revolver at the background.
Unidentified Smith & Wesson revolver
A Smith & Wesson revolver is partially seen during the opening credits.
"Smith & Wesson" inscription on the barrel.
Smith & Wesson 4006
Leo's (Til Schweiger) weapon of choice a pair of Smith & Wesson pistol (most likely Smith & Wesson 4006).
Smith & Wesson 4006 - .40 S&W
One of Leo's pistols in the opening scene.
Leo draws his pistols in the final scene.
Another view at Leo's pistols.
Leo's discharged pistols on the ground.
A Walther PPK (or maybe a Kimar Lady K blank firing pistol) is carried by Nico (Karina Krawczyk).
Walther PPK - 7.65 mm Browning aka .32 ACP
Nico threatens a man who tries to seduce her.
Nico aims her pistol at Fabian and Reza.
Nico aims her pistol at a police detecive.
Two plainclothes detectives (Ralph Herforth and Ralf Richter) carry SIG-Sauer P225 pistols (standing for P6s, the service handguns of German police).
Both detectives (at the left) with P225s in a standout with two criminals.
One of the detectives aims his pistol.
The elder detective aims his pistol.
In the final scene Thomas (Vladimir Weigl), one of the criminals, is armed with a nickel plated M1911-style pistol.
Thomas in the foreground aims his pistol.
Tomas (at the right) with his pistol and Manni (Jürgen Tarrach
) (at the left) with a snub nose revolver.
Beretta 92-style pistol
In the final scene Norbert (Thierry van Werveke), one of the criminals, is armed with a Beretta 92-style pistol. It has a round trigger guard so it can be an original Beretta 92 or a Beretta 92S though the pistol isn't seen clear enough to say for sure.
Beretta Model 92S - 9x19mm
Another view at Norbert's pistol.
One more view at Norbert's pistol.
In the final scene Boris (Robert Viktor Minich), one of the criminals, is armed with a Glock 17 pistol.
1st Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
Another view at the same scene.
Beretta 92-style pistol
A Beretta 92-style pistol is partially seen during the opening credits.
"Made in Italy" inscription is seen on the slide.
Peters Stahl 1911
A German-manufactured version of M1911 is partially seen during the opening credits.
The slide is pulled back. Note the lightened trigger.
Peters Stahl logo can be seen on slide.