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Cry of a Prostitute (Quelli che contano)
Cry of a Prostitute (original title Quelli che contano, "Those who count") is a 1974 Italian crime movie directed by Andrea Bianchi. A hired gun Tony Aniante (Henry Silva) returns to his native town in Sicily after many years in America and finds it ripped by a feud of two mafia bosses. Working for both sides, Aniante leads them to mutual destruction. The story has many similarities to such well known movies as Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo and Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars.
The following weapons were used in the film Cry of a Prostitute (Quelli che contano):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
Don Turi Scannapieco's (Mario Landi) personal firearm is a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolver. After Don Turi is killed, his revolver is taken by Carmela who gives it to Zino (Alfredo Pea), Don Turi's grandson. Zino in turn passes the revolver to Tony Aniante (Henry Silva) who uses it in the climactic scene.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In several scenes, Don Ricuzzo's henchmen carry Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers (some of them may be Riva Esterina Dobermanns).
A Luger P08 is Tony Aniante's (Henry Silva) weapon of choice. In the final scene Don Cascemi (Vittorio Sanipoli) holds Tony's Luger.
Several henchmen of both Don Ricuzzo and Don Turi carry M1911A1 pistols.
In the final scene several hitmen, sent by Capo di capos (the "bis boss" of mafia), are armed with Beretta M1951 pistols.
Don Ricuzzo Cantimo (Fausto Tozzi) uses a Beretta M12 in several scenes.
Beretta M38/42 or M38/44
During the night shootout, one of Don Turi's henchmen is armed with a submachine gun. It appears to be a Beretta M38/42 or Beretta M38/44.
During the climactic shootout one man is armed with a submachine gun that appears to be a Beretta M38/42 or Beretta M38/44, fitted with a Thompson-style foregrip.
Beretta Model RS-200
Alfio Scannapieco (Pietro Torrisi), Don Turi's son, carries a Beretta Model RS-200 pump-action shotgun in several scenes. During the night shootout on the beach, Don Turi Scannapieco (Mario Landi) takes his son's gun.
Numerous henchmen of both Don Ricuzzo and Don Turi use Lupara shotguns in classic Mafia-style, with sawn-off barrels and intact buttstocks.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Double Barreled Shotguns with long barrels are also used by various henchmen.