Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead

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Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead
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Theatrical Release Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Gary Fleder
Release Date 1995
Studio Woods Entertainment
Distributor Miramax Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jimmy "The Saint" Tosnia Andy Garcia
"Pieces" Olden Christopher Lloyd
Francis "Big Bear Franchise" Chiser William Forsythe
Earl "Easy Wind" Denton Bill Nunn
"Critical" Bill Dolittle Treat Williams
Mr. Shhh Steve Buscemi
The Man With The Plan Christopher Walken
Dagney Gabrielle Anwar


Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead is a 1995 crime/action movie directed by Gary Fleder (Kiss the Girls) and starring Andy Garcia as Jimmy "The Saint" Tosnia, a small time gangster attempting to go legit and leave the criminal world behind him. With his business failing, Jimmy is given a chance to clear his debt by a local crime lord "The Man With The Plan" (Christopher Walken), whom Tosnia owes money, by performing a service for him. To this aim, Tosnia recruits four helpers: "Pieces" Olden (Christopher Lloyd), Francis "Big Bear Franchise" Chiser (William Forsythe), Earl "Easy Wind" Denton (Bill Nunn) and "Critical" Bill Dolittle (Treat Williams). When the "job" is botched, the five members are faced with the lethal consequences of their failure in the form of the deadly assassin Mr. Shhh (Steve Buscemi).


The following weapons were used in the film Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead:

Contents


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M1911

One of the thugs at Baby Sinister's (Glenn Plummer) club is armed with a M1911 with a nickel finish. Due to the lack of screentime it's almost impossible to ascertain the exact model.

Colt MK IV Series 70, Nickel finish - .45 ACP
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Beretta 92FS Inox

The assassin Mr. Shhh (Steve Buscemi) takes a Beretta 92FS Inox from "Baby Sinister" and uses it to dispatch several of his henchmen at the latter's club.

Beretta 92FS Inox (flip side) - 9x19mm
Mr. Shhh and Baby Sinister in a standoff.
Closeup of the B92.
Mr. Shhh dispatches a thug.
A henchman fires at Mr. Shhh with his own Beretta 92.

American Derringer Model 1

Mr.Shhh carries a American Derringer Model 1 which he uses to great effect.

American Derringer Model 1 - .45 Long Colt
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Smith & Wesson 669

In a scene in "Critical" Bill Dolittle (Treat Williams) apartment he hands Tosnia a S&W 669.

Smith & Wesson 669 with old bobbed hammer - 9x19mm.
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Smith & Wesson Model 610 (probable)

"Pieces" Olden (Christopher Lloyd) carries what appears to be a S&W Model 610 with a 6.5" Barrel. Due to the rainy and dark conditions, plus the camera never properly shows the weapon, it is hard to properly identify the weapon.

Smith & Wesson Model 610 (6.5" Barrel) - 10mm
Front view of the weapon.
The sight looks like that of a S&W Model 610.
"Pieces" Olden's weapon is on the far right. Note the length of the barrel

Mossberg shotgun

"Critical" Bill (Treat Williams) uses a Mossberg shotgun variant with vent rib and attached laser. He uses it against Mr. Shhh in a climactic showdown where the now famous quote "I Am Godzilla, you are Japan" is uttered.

Note the vent rib and laser "hump".
The Mossberg among equipment and material for reloading spent ammunition.
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Note the laser.
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Various shotguns

The movie climaxes with three assassins making a move on Tosnia.

The three assassins

Mossberg 500 variant

The Left assassin carries the same Mossberg model as "Critical" Bill's character with attached laser.

Sawed-off double barreled shotgun

The middle assassin carry a sawed-off double barreled shotgun. Due to lack of closeups it's difficult to identify which model.

Spanish Zabala Shotgun - 12 gauge.

Ithaca 37

The right assassin uses what appears to be a Ithaca 37 with a 4-round tube, full length barrel and a pistol grip.

Various racked weapons

"Critical" Bill's apartment shows a rack with three weapons on it.

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Remington Model 760/7600 Rifle (probable)

The top rifle appears to be a Remington Model 760 or 7600 with attached scope.

Remington 760 - first introduced in 1952

M16 variant

The middle rifle is a M16 variant, though as no closeup is provided it's hard to properly identify the variant.

The original M16 - 5.56x45mm

Heckler & Koch MP5A4 or HK94A2

The bottom weapon is MP5 variant with a full stock. It is either a Heckler & Koch MP5A4 or the civilian HK94A2

Heckler & Koch MP5A4 - 9x19mm.
Heckler & Koch HK94A2 with Full Stock - 9x19mm



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