There Was Once a Cop (Il était une fois un flic...)
There Was Once a Cop (Il était une fois un flic...) is a 1971 French crime comedy directed by Georges Lautner. Commissioner Campana (Michel Constantin) comes from Paris to Nice to fought against dangerous drug syndicate. He wants to impersonate as Louise Lopez, brother of the murdered drug dealer. Because Lopez, living in Tunisia, none of gangsters never seen. Campana has a chance of success, however, needs a woman and a child, and so his commissaire Lucas (Michael Lonsdale) for this purpose to "assign" police aide Christine (Mireille Darc) and her son Bertrand (Hervé Hillien). In the episodic role in this film appears also Alain Delon. The reason was that at the time when the main female protagonist was his girlfriend Mireille Darc, he moviemaking the was occasionally present.
The following weapons can be seen in There Was Once a Cop (Il était une fois un flic...):
MAB Model D
Commissaire Campana (Michel Constantin) carries a MAB Model D pistol and uses it to shoot Bertrand (Hervé Hillien).
MP40 submachine gun
MAT-49 submachine gun
Police special commandos are equipped with a MAT-49 submachine guns.