|A Man Named Rocca|
(Un nommé La Rocca)
Original French Poster
||Da Ma Produzione|
Les Films du Cyclope
A Man Named Rocca (original title Un nommé La Rocca) is a 1961 French crime drama directed by Jean Becker and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo as a criminal Roberto La Rocca.
The following weapons were used in the film A Man Named Rocca (Un nommé La Rocca):
Roberto La Rocca's (Jean-Paul Belmondo) personal firearm is a Colt M1911A1 pistol.
Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP
La Rocca fires his pistol in the opening scene.
The grip is seen. Its shape allows to identify the pistol as A1.
A close view of the muzzle.
FN Model 1922
Crime boss Villanova (uncredited) tries to use an FN Model 1922 pistol during the conflict with Roberto La Rocca (Jean-Paul Belmondo).
Villanova is shot while trying to use his pistol.
Various criminals use Luger P08 pistols in several scenes.
Racketeers fire their pistols during the encounter in the bar.
Névada's henchman fires a Luger in the final scene.
Colt Police Positive
A Colt Police Positive revolver is used by the leader of racketeers (Michel Constantin) during the encounter in the bar.
Colt Police Positive - .38 Special.
The criminal draws his revolver...
...and aims it at La Rocca.
Colt Detective Special
A Colt Detective Special is seen in the final scene.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen with Round Butt - .38 Special
Sten Mk II
The guards on the place of the mine clearance are armed with Sten Mk II SMGs.
A T-shaped buttstock can be seen.
Another view of a guard with a Sten.
When several convicts, including La Rocca and Adé, volunteer to participate in mine clearance of the places of WW2 battles, they encounter Tellermine 35 German AT mines.
Xavier Adé digs the mine.