Winnetou and the Crossbreed

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Winnetou and the Crossbreed
Winnetou und das Halbblut Apanatschi Poster.jpg
Original German Theatrical Release Poster
Country GER.jpg Germany
ITA.jpg Italy
YUG.jpg Yugoslavia
Directed by Harald Philipp
Release Date 1966
Language German
Studio Rialto Film
Jadran Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Winnetou Pierre Brice
Old Shatterhand Lex Barker
Apanatschi Uschi Glas
Jeff Brown Gotz George
Sam Hawkens Ralf Wolter
Curly Bill Ilija Dzuvalekovski
Judge Miha Baloh
McHaller Walter Barnes


Winnetou and the Crossbreed (original German title Winnetou und das Halbblut Apanatschi) is a 1966 Eurowestern directed by Harald Philipp. It is the ninth movie in Winnetou film series, based on the novels by Karl May. In Winnetou and the Crossbreed Winnetou (Pierre Brice) and Old Shatterhand (Lex Barker) oppose a gand of brigands under the command of Curly Bill (Ilija Dzuvalekovski). The gang makes its base in a frontier town and now hunts for a young half-Apache girl Apanatschi (Uschi Glas) who knows the whereabouts of a rich gold mine.


The following weapons were used in the film Winnetou and the Crossbreed:

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Revolvers

Arminius HW-1S

All Curly Bill's brigands are armed with 5-shot Arminius revolvers with 6" barrels. It appear to be the same long barreled version of HW-1S signal revolver that is widely used in other Winnetou movies. The revolvers, captured from brigands, are occasionally used by Old Shatterhand (Lex Barker), Apanatschi (Uschi Glas) and Apanatschi's fiance Jeff Brown (Gotz George).

Arminius HW-1S signal revolver with 6" barrel - 9mm Knall blank
Judge (Miha Baloh), Bill's second-in-command, draws his revolver while interrogating Sloan and Pincky about the gold mine.
Old Shatterhand holds Curly Bill (Ilija Dzuvalekovski) at gunpoint with his own revolver.
Judge fires his revolver during the attack on railway construction workers camp.
Pincky (Vladimir Leib) drops his revolver, being shot.
Apanatschi snatches the revolver out of the holster of Buster (Ivo Kristof).
A brigand (Adam Vedernjak) holds the revolver.
Brigands fire their revolvers during the shootout in Rocky-Town (Buster (Ivo Kristof) at the foreground).
A close view of the Arminius revolver in hand of a brigand, assaulting Bessie (Nada Kasapic).
Curly Bill (Ilija Dzuvalekovski) fires his revolver. Note the Arminius logo.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

Apanatschi (Uschi Glas) and her father McHaller (Walter Barnes) use Double Barreled Shotguns while hunting. McHaller's shotgun is later seen in hands of Pincky (Vladimir Leib).

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Apanatschi on bird hunt.
McHaller draws his shotgun.
Pincky holds McHaller's shotgun.

Rifles

"Henry 25-shot Carbine"

Old Shatterhand (Lex Barker) is armed with one of his signature weapons, "Henry 25-shot Carbine" (Henrystutzen, as it is called in original novels), made by Mr. Henry, a fictional gunsmith from St. Louis. The screen gun is a custom prop, made specially for the movies.

Old Shatterhand's "Henry 25-shot Carbine", as it appears on screen
Old Shatterhand fires his rifle.
The pistol grip is seen.

"The Silver Gun"

The double barreled rifle, named "The Silver Gun", is Winnetou's (Pierre Brice) signature weapon.

Three screen "Silver Guns", used by Pierre Brice in Winnetou films
Winnetou fires his gun in the opening scene.
Winnetou leads the railway workers in attack (acting more in WW1 officer manner).
Winnetou in action.

"Liddy" Break Action Rifle

Sam Hawkens' (Ralf Wolter) weapon is long barreled hunting rifle, nicknamed "Liddy". While its outlook resembles Martini-Henry rifles, it is clearly seen to be break action gun. During the shootout in Rocky-Town Sam's rifle is also used by Apanatschi (Uschi Glas).

Sam Hawkens' "Liddy" rifle, as it appears on screen
Sam holds his rifle.
Even while bathing, Sam has his rifle at hand.
During the shootout in Rocky-Town Sam fires from the belfry.
Sam reloads "Liddy". The gun is break action, not falling-block or rolling-block, as it was supposed earlier.
Apanatschi fires Sam's rifle.

Winchester Model 1892

Jeff Brown (Gotz George), Curly Bill (Ilija Dzuvalekovski) and several of his brigands use Winchester Model 1892 rifles.

Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
Jeff loads the rifle.
Two brigands fire Winchesters.
Jeff holds his rifle when in ambush.
Curly Bill holds the Winchester.
Bill reloads.

Break Action Rifle

Many of Curly Bill's brigans and railway construction workers are armed with single shot top-break hunting rifles. Such rifles were (and still are) produced by various manufacturers in Europe and America, often referred by the German term Kipplaufbuchse.

Savage Model 219 - .30-30. A good example of top-break single shot rifle, similar to the screen guns.
Pincky (Vladimir Leib) (at the left) and Sloan (Petar Dobric) hold single shot rifles.
A pair of single shot rifles is seen in McHaller's house.
Apanatschi (Uschi Glas) takes one of these rifles while going to search for her father.
Sloan fires his rifle.
Buster (Ivo Kristof) holds the rifle. He also has Arminius revolver in holster.
The posse of railway workers hold their rifles, readying to attack the brigands.
A brigand with rifle is shot.
Two brigands fire their rifles from a house.

See Also

Winnetou
Treasure of Silver Lake (1962)  •  Apache Gold (1963)   •  Old Shatterhand (1964)  •  Last of the Renegades (1964)  •  Amongst Vultures (1964)  •  The Oil Prince (1965)  •  The Desperado Trail (1965)  •  Old Surehand (1965)  •  Winnetou and the Crossbreed (1966)  •  Thunder at the Border (1966)  •  The Valley of Death (1968)  •  The Return of Winnetou (1998)



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