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Brothers Till We Die

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Brothers Till We Die
(La banda del gobbo)
La banda del gobbo Poster.jpg
Original Italian Poster
Country ITA.jpg Italy
Directed by Umberto Lenzi
Release Date 1978
Language Italian
Studio Dania Film
Medusa Distribuzione
Main Cast
Character Actor
Vincenzo Marazzi, "The Hunchback" Tomás Milián
Sergio Marazzi, "The Rubbish" Tomás Milián
Commissioner Sarti Pino Colizzi
Maria Isa Danieli
Milo Dragovic, "The Albanian" Salvatore Borghese
Adalberto Maria Perrone Luciano Catenacci
Mario Di Gennaro Guido Leontini
Commissioner Valenzi Mario Piave

Brothers Till We Die (original title La banda del gobbo (("The gang of the hunchback"))) is a 1978 Italian crime movie directed by Umberto Lenzi. Tomás Milián appears in the roles of twin brothers Vincenzo and Sergio Marazzi. Vincenzo is the leader of a crime gang who is persuaded by Commissioner Sarti (Pino Colizzi).

The film is a semi-prequel for Rome Armed to the Teeth: in both films Tomás Milián appears as a hunchback robber but with different names.

The following weapons were used in the film Brothers Till We Die:


Smith & Wesson Model 36

A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is used by Vincenzo Marazzi (Tomás Milián) in several scenes.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
A close view of the muzzle.
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Vincenzo loads his revolver.
Vincenzo aims his revolver.
Another view of the revolver.

Smith & Wesson Military & Police

During the robbery of armored van Vincenzo Marazzi (Tomás Milián) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
A policeman raises Vincenzo's revolver from the pavement.
A close view of the barrel.

Unidentified revolvers

Commissioner Valenzi (Mario Piave) disarms the robber Calogero Ciacci (Massimo Bonetti).
Giggi (Livio Galassi), one of Vincenzo's henchmen, is armed with a revolver in the final scene.


Beretta M1951

Beretta M1951 pistols are used by various characters, including Commissioner Sarti (Pino Colizzi), Commissioner Valenzi (Mario Piave), criminals and police.

Beretta M951 - 9x19mm
Milo "The Albanian" Dragovic (Salvatore Borghese) fires his pistol during the robbery of armored van. In previous moment his pistol was a Browning Hi-Power.
La Faina (Carlo Gaddi), Vincenzo's henchman, holds a Beretta during the robbery in night club.
Commissioner Valenzi fires his pistol in the final scene.

Walther P38

During the robbery of the armored van Mario Di Gennaro (Guido Leontini) is armed with a Walther P38 pistol. Later a P38 is used by Romolo (Rosario Borelli), one of Vincenzo Marazzi's henchmen.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Mario Di Gennaro draws his P38.
Romolo (at the right) holds a P38 during the robbery in the night club.

Browning Hi-Power

During the robbery of armored van Milo "The Albanian" Dragovic (Salvatore Borghese) is seen with a Browning Hi-Power. Next moment his pistol switches to Beretta M1951.

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
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Submachine Guns

Beretta M12

Beretta M12 submachine guns are seen in hands of criminals and police.

Beretta M12 - 9x19mm
La Faina (Carlo Gaddi) fires his Beretta M12 in the final scene.
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Policeman fire Beretta M12 in the final scene.

MP 38

Romolo (Rosario Borelli) uses an MP38 in the final scene. It is seen blurry but still can be identified.

MP38 - 9x19mm
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La banda del gobbo-MP38-1.jpg
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Beretta Model 38/42 or 38/44

During the robbery of the armored van the guars are armed with Beretta Model 38/42 or Beretta Model 38/44 SMGs.

Beretta Model 38/42 - 9x19mm
Beretta Model 38/44 - 9x19mm
A guard holds his SMG. The scene is filled with smoke so the exact model of the SMG is hard to identify.
Another guard holds his SMG.

Custom Submachine Gun

In the scene in the night club Vincenzo Marazzi (Tomás Milián) is armed with a compact submachine gun. It appears to be custom weapon, based on the receiver of Beretta Model 38/44. The buttstock of the original gun is removed, the wooden stock is covered with metal plates, the barrel is shortened, the gun is fitted with pistol grip and the magazine well and short (20-rounds) magazine are covered with a wooden foregrip.

La Faina (Carlo Gaddi) draws the SMG and gives it to Vincenzo.
Vincenzo holds his gun.
Another view of the gun.
Vincenzo fires in air.

Other Weapons

Gas Grenade

Vincenzo Marazzi (Tomás Milián) and some other characters use gas grenades during the robbery of armored van and during the final shootout with police.

Vincenzo shows a grenade to his companions.
Milo "The Albanian" Dragovic (Salvatore Borghese) readies to throw a grenade.
Mario Di Gennaro (Guido Leontini) throws a grenade; another one is tucked at his belt.
A grenade on the ground before the explosion.
La Faina (Carlo Gaddi) holds a grenade in the final scene.

Toy M1911 Pistol

In one scene Vincenzo Marazzi (Tomás Milián) loses his firearms, so his girlfriend Maria purchases for his a toy pistol that bears enough resemblance to a real one.

Vincenzo skeptically looks at the toy gun.
He uses the toy to threaten one of his former companions.

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