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Farewell, Friend (original title Adieu l’ami; also released as Honor Among Thieves) is a 1968 French-Italian crime movie directed by Jean Herman and starring Alain Delon and Charles Bronson as two former legionnaires, medical service lieutenant Dino Barran and paratrooper Franz Propp.
The following weapons were used in the film Farewell, Friend:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Smith & Wesson M1917
A Smith & Wesson M1917 revolver is a plot device of the film. It belongs to Dino Barran (Alain Delon) and is also seen in hands of Franz Propp (Charles Bronson) and Isabelle Moreau (Olga Georges-Picot). In the novelized version of the screenplay (both by Sebastien Japrisot) the revolver is called ".45 Smith & Wesson".
When the muzzle of the revolver is closely seen in the climactical scene, it appears to be of lessel caliber (like .22), supposedly by inserting a small caliber barrel inside the one of the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers are seen in hands of police detectives, including Insp. Antoine Méloutis (Bernard Fresson) and Insp. Muratti (Michel Barcet).
Security guards in SYNTECO building carry revolvers in holsters.
Gevarm Type D4
One of the French policemen is seen with a Gevarm Type D4 submachine gun in hands.
A MAT-49 SMG is used by a plainclothed police detective in the final scene.