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Never So Few
Never So Few is a 1959 World War II drama directed by John Sturges and based on the novel by Tom T. Chamales. The film starred Frank Sinatra, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson and Gina Lollobrigida.
The following weapons were used in the film Never So Few:
US officers and NCOs in the film carry the M1911A1 pistol.
The Japanese officer carries a Luger P08 pistol. Most likely standing in for the Nambu Type 14.
Burmese soldiers are seen armed with British Sten submachine guns.
The M1928A1 Thompson Submachine Gun is the preferred weapon of the US troops in the film. Bill Ringa (Steve McQueen) carries one with the stock removed.
The Japanese soldiers are equipped with the MP40 submachine gun. Historically inaccurate.
The Burmese soldiers are also armed with the M1 Carbine.
In the film you can see many soldiers carrying M1903A3 Springfield rifles.
Vickers Mark I Machine Gun
Japanese machine gunners fire a Vickers Mark I Machine Gun.
Nambu Type 99 Light Machine Gun
Japanese soldiers are equipped with a Nambu Type 99 Light Machine Guns.
MK II Hand Grenade
The most commonly used hand grenade in the movie is the MK II.
Bill Ringa (Steve McQueen) uses an M2 Mortar against Japanese troops in an unorthodox fashion.
In a Chinese weapons storage facility there are American M1 Mortar and M2 Mortars.