|The Police Can't Move|
(La polizia ha le mani legate)
Original Italian Poster
The Police Can't Move (original title La polizia ha le mani legate ("The police have their hands tied"), also released as Killer Cop) is a 1975 Italian crime movie directed by Luciano Ercoli. An explosion in a hotel in Milan kills numerous participants of international congress. General attorney Armando Di Federico (Arthur Kennedy) holds the investigation. An aged police detective Luigi Balsamo (Franco Fabrizi) had seen the man who planted the bomb but soon Balsamo is shot in the street. His friend Commissioner Matteo Orlandi (Claudio Cassinelli) starts his own unofficial investigation that leads him to some high rank politicians.
The following weapons were used in the film The Police Can't Move (La polizia ha le mani legate):
Commissioner Matteo Orlandi (Claudio Cassinelli) and detective Luigi Balsamo (Franco Fabrizi) both carry Beretta M1934 pistols.
Beretta Model 1934 - .380 ACP
Beretta M1934 is seen on Orlandi's bedside table in the opening scene.
Balsamo puts his pistol in the glovebox of Orlandi's car.
Orlandi holds the pistol.
Beretta Model 70
In the final scene Orlandi's pistol switches to Beretta Model 70.
Beretta Model 70 - .32 ACP
Orlandi fires at the hitman.
Colt Detective Special
In the final scene the hitman (Giovanni Cianfriglia) uses a Colt Detective Special with and without sound suppressor.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen with Square Butt - .38 Special
The hitman attaches the suppressor to the revolver...
He drops his unsuppressed revolver.
A Walther P38 is seen in hands of Franco Ludovisi (Bruno Zanin) in several scenes.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Ludovisi draws his pistol.
Ludovisi threatens ophthalmologist Regazzoni (Fausto Tommei).
A gun in umbrella is used by the hitman (Giovanni Cianfriglia).