Three Days of the Condor

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Three Days of the Condor (1975)

Three Days of the Condor is a 1975 post-Watergate, post-Vietnam paranoid political/espionage thriller based on the best-selling novel Six Days of the Condor and was directed by Sydney Pollack (The Yakuza, Out of Africa, The Firm). The film (now considered to be a classic of the genre) stars Robert Redford as a CIA analyst who must go on the run after finding his entire section assassinated because of a piece of sensitive information that was uncovered by him.

The following weapons were used in the film Three Days of the Condor:



Colt M1911

Joe "Condor" Turner (Robert Redford) takes a Colt M1911 from the desk secretary after she has been killed by Joubert and "the mailman". He identifies it on the phone as a ".45 automatic." Note that when he first takes it from the desk it appears to be a wood prop.

Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
The receptionist Mrs. Russell (Helen Stenborg), codenamed "Nightingale", opens her desk drawer, revealing her 1911.
Condor grabs the receptionist's 1911 after the massacre.
Condor pushes the 1911 into Katherine Hale's (Faye Dunaway) stomach.
Condor lays down with Katherine, holding the 1911 on her.
Condor threatens Higgins (Cliff Robertson) with his 1911.
Condor aims his 1911 towards Atwood.
Condor holds his .45 on Atwood in one of the final scenes. (Production Photo)
Condor moves his thumb in front of the hammer, as per Joubert's orders.
Joubert (Max von Sydow) holds Condor's 1911.
Joubert hands Condor his 1911, "for that day".

Ingram MAC-10

"The Mailman", a hitman named William Lloyd (Hank Garrett), uses a suppressed MAC-10 during the opening hit on the CIA facility and later when attempting to kill Condor in the apartment. Condor (Robert Redford) briefly gets his hands on it twice but the mailman kicks it away each time.

Ingram MAC-10 with suppressor - .45 ACP
Joubert's assassins during the office massacre.
The suppressed barrel of the mailman's MAC-10.
The mailman reveals his suppressed MAC-10 just as Condor tosses a pot of coffee at him.
The mailman's MAC-10 on Kathy's couch during the apartment fight.
The mailman reaches for his MAC-10 during the fight with Condor.

Winchester Model 1897

Sgt. Jennings (Hansford Rowe), the security guard at the American Literature Historical Society CIA deep cover in New York, reaches for a Winchester Model 1897 when he was shot.

Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun 12 gauge
Jennings reaches for the shotgun.
Jennings falls, letting the shotgun drop against the counter.
The shotgun rests against the counter behind Condor as he discovers the murders at the building.

Star Model B

Turner's CIA station chief S.W. Wicks (Michael Kane) requests a .45 from the CIA armorer and is given a 9 mm Star Model B, which he attaches a suppressor onto and uses during the alley shootout with Condor and to fatally shoot Sam Barber.

Star Model B - 9mm pistol from the movie The Untouchables (1987). This one is a screen used and fired handgun in the movie and was used by Kevin Costner on screen.
Wicks inspects his Star Model B.
Wicks fires his suppressed Model B at Condor in the alley.
Condor's 1911 briefly changes to a Star Model B during his fight with the mailman.

Mauser C96

Joubert (Max von Sydow) aims a Mauser C96 with a holster, stock, and scope at Condor outside Sam and Mae Barber's apartment building but is unable to fire it.

C96 "Broomhandle" Mauser fitted with holster/stock combo - 7.63x25mm.
Joubert aims at Condor.
Joubert aims at Condor.

Astra Constable

Joubert (Max von Sydow) holds an Astra Constable when confronting Condor and Leonard Atwood (Addison Powell) in his home.
Astra Constable .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP
Joubert with his Astra Constable.
Joubert puts the gun to Atwood's head.

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