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Flatfoot Poster.jpg
DVD Cover
Country ITA.jpg Italy
FRA.jpg France
Directed by Steno
Release Date 1973
Language Italian
Studio C.A.P.A.C.
Mondial Televisione Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Commissioner "Flatfoot" Rizzo Bud Spencer
Cheif Commissioner Tabassi Adalberto Maria Merli
Sgt. Caputo Enzo Cannavale
Antonino Percuoco aka "Manomozza" Mario Pilar
Ferdinando Scarano aka "The Baron" Angelo Infanti
De Ribbis Raymond Pellegrin

Flatfoot (original title Piedone lo sbirro, "The Bigfoot Cop"), also released as The Knock Out Cop is a 1973 Italian crime comedy directed by Steno. Bud Spencer appears as Naples police Commissioner Rizzo, known as "Flatfoot". This hard cop doesn't need a gun, he solves all problems using his fists. The first film about the adventures of "Flatfoot" and his permanent partner Sgt. Caputo (Enzo Cannavale) was followed by three sequels: Flatfoot in Hong Kong (1975), Flatfoot in Africa (1978), and Flatfoot in Egypt (1980).

The following weapons were used in the film Flatfoot:


Beretta M1951

Beretta M1951 pistols are seen in hands of police.

Beretta M951 - 9x19mm
A police detective holds his Beretta in the opening scene.
A police detective (at the right) holds a Beretta M1951 during the attempt to arrest crime boss "Manomozza".
Rizzo (Bud Spencer) draws his pistol...
...but hands it to his old buddy Gennarino (Enzo Maggio).

Beretta M1934

Cheif Commissioner Tabassi (Adalberto Maria Merli) carries a Beretta M1934 pistol.

Beretta Model 1934 - .380 ACP
Tabassi's pistol in holster.
Tabassi (at the left) holds his Beretta during the attempt to arrest crime boss "Manomozza".

Wz. 35 Vis

In the opening scene drug-intoxicated sailor Jho (Jho Jhenkins) fires a pistol that appears to be a Wz. 35 Vis.

Wz. 35 Vis - 9x19mm - Left side
Jho fires from the rooftop.
The slide-mounted safety allows to identify the pistol as Vis.

Various pistols

Lawer De Ribbis (Raymond Pellegrin) draws a pistol from his table. It appears to be a Beretta pistol but it's impossible to identify the exact model.
"Manomozza" (Mario Pilar) draws an M1911-style pistol.
"Manomozza" holds his pistol in the final scene. Next to him one of his henchmen holds a Beretta-style pistol.

Submachine Guns

Beretta Model 38/42 (38/44)

In the final scene uniformed and plainclothes policemen carry submachine guns that appear to be Beretta Model 38/42 or Beretta Model 38/44 or a mix of both.

Beretta Model 38/42 - 9x19mm
Beretta Model 38/44 - 9x19mm
A stock of an SMG is seen at the left.
An SMG is partially seen in the center.


Bolt Action Rifle

In the opening scene police snipers carry bolt action rifles.

A sniper of the roof.
Another sniper hides befind the police car.
He aims his rifle.
A view of the stock and barrel.

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