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Horse (La horse), The
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The Horse (La horse, in this case not an animal but a French slang for heroin) is a 1970 French drama movie directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre and starring Jean Gabin as Auguste Maroilleur, an elderly farmer in North France who stands against a gang of drug dealers.
The following weapons were used in the film Horse (La horse), The:
Smith & Wesson Model 40
A snub nose hammerless revolver is seen in hands of Marc Grutti (Félix Marten) when he tries to threaten Auguste Maroilleur. This gun resembles Smith & Wesson Model 40. The shape of the grip matches the early version of this revolver.
Francis Grutti (Armando Francioli) holds a compact pistol in climactical scene.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Auguste Maroilleur (Jean Gabin) and his sons-in-law Léon (Christian Barbier) and Maurice (Michel Barbey) are seen with double barreled shotguns in several scenes.
Winchester Model 70
The farm employee Bien-Phu (André Weber) carries a bolt action rifle in several scenes. It appears to be a Winchester Model 70.
F1 Hand Grenade
Bien-Phu (André Weber) owns an inert F1 hand grenade as a remembrance of his participation in Indochina War.