Bulldogs and Cherries
Bulldogs and Cherries (Original title: Buldoci a třešně) is a Czech comedy film from 1982 directed by Juraj Herz. Mobster Carmello (Marián Labuda) is traitor of his "family", and so Don Morellano (Rudolf Hrusínský) condemn him to death. This task to has fulfill killer Gómez (Frantisek Nemec), but Carmella escaped with two bodyguards into Prague. Here they first encounter a strange, eternally tipsy lady with two bulldogs (Dagmar Havlová) and also with members of the local scammed.
The following weapons were used in the film Bulldogs and Cherries:
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless
Unknown long revolver
A gunmen working for Carmello fired in a bar with an unidentified long revolver (SAA?)
Colt Police Positive
Chiappa Double Eagle Derringer
One of Carmello's gunmen is armed with a Walther P38 pistol.
Unique Model L
Gómez's henchman used a Unique Model L pistol.
CZ 247 submachine gun
Carmello's henchmen fired in the nightclub from CZ 247 submachine guns.
ZB-47 submachine gun
Gómez's henchmen are seen with ZB-47 submachine gun in their hands.