|Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
|| United States
||The Malpaso Company
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot is a 1974 crime film starring Clint Eastwood as a retired bank robber who teams up with an up-and-coming thief (Jeff Bridges) for one last score. The movie was the directorial debut of Michael Cimino (The Deer Hunter).
The following weapons were used in the film Thunderbolt and Lightfoot:
Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer
Dunlop (Roy Jenson) opens fire on the church where Thunderbolt (Clint Eastwood) is preaching with a Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer.
Dunlop opens up on a fleeing Thunderbolt with a Mauser 712.
Red Leary (George Kennedy) is seen opening fire on Thunderbolt and Lightfoot with a suppressed M1 Carbine.
M1 Carbine manufactured by Plainfield, with post-WWII paratrooper stock and vertical foregrip
Red prepares to open fire with the suppressed M1.
Colt Police Positive
Both Red and Eddie Goody (Geoffrey Lewis) pull suppressed Colt Police Positive revolvers on Thunderbolt and Lightfoot in the car. Thunderbolt later pulls one on the bank manager.
Colt Police Positive - .38 Special.
Lightfoot (Jeff Bridges
) has a tough time finishing his ice cream when he gets a suppressed Colt put to the back of his head.
The Crazy Driver (Bill McKinney) uses a Winchester Model 1887 shotgun to shoot at some rabbits he had in the trunk of his car.
The Crazy Driver starts to open fire with the Winchester 1887.
One of the police officers opens fire on Thunderbolt's fleeing car with an Ithaca 37 shotgun.
Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
The officer on the left opens fire with the Ithaca.
When Red tries to evade the police, a sniper opens fire on his car with a Remington 760 fitted with a infrared scope
Remington 760 - first introduced in 1952
A police officer opens fire on Red with the Remington 760.
Oerlikon 20mm Cannon
Thunderbolt uses an Oerlikon 20mm Cannon with armor piercing shells to blast a hole in the wall of a bank vault.
Thunderbolt (Clint Eastwood
) prepares to blast the wall with the Oerlikon.