Wilson City (original title: Wilsonov) is a 2015 Czech crime fantasy comedy diected by Tomás Masín. The film takes place in late January and February 1919 in Bratislava, during postwar euphoria renamed at Wilsonov (Wilson City) in honor American president Woodrow Wilson. The city administration headed by Mayor Dangl (Richard Stanke) is seeking to join the US to avoid connections to Hungary and the Czechoslovakia. During the preparations for the celebration of the arrival of President Wilson, when Wilson City would officially join to the USA, it also becomes a strange murder. More murders follow, and the victims are members of the Jewish community. Local police authorities, represented by Commissioner Brunner (Lubos Kostelný) and Police expectant Kvido Eisner (Vojtech Dyk), with her not cope and therefore the mayor invited an FBI agent Aaron Food (Jirí Machácek), who has to solve the case. Soon investigators found out that commited all these murders strange monster - the necromancer. Everything will be dramatic when necromancer kidnaps Šajndele (Tatiana Pauhofová), the daughter of a local businessman, for which he secretly thinks how the mayor, so well as expectant Eisner.
The following weapons were used in the film Wilson City:
Smith & Wesson Model 3
FBI agent (even though FBI in reality was still known as the "Bureau of Investigation" until 1935) Aaron Food (Jirí Machácek) is equipped with a nickel finish Smith & Wesson Model 3 revolver with pearl grips. This gun then seized also Commissioner Brunner (Lubos Kostelný) and Police trainee Kvido Eisner (Vojtech Dyk).
Commissioner Brunner (Lubos Kostelný) carries a revolver as his sidearm. While it resembles some Colt models, it has a number of differences, from which can assume that this is some European small-caliber revolver (perhaps one of the many Röhm models).
Single Action Army
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Steyr Mannlicher M1895
The police corps of Wilson City is armed with Steyr M1895 Short rifles.
Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun
Hungarian soldiers guarding the border on a bridge over the Danube are equipped with a Maxim MG08/15 machine gun fitted with 100-round drum magazine.