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Curacao (also released as CIA: Exiled and Deadly Currents) is a 1993 thriller directed by Carl Schultz and starring George C. Scott as Cornelius Wettering, a shipmaster turned bar owner on the island of Curacao, and William Petersen as Stephen Guerin, a chief security officer in US consulate on Curacao. Two men become close friends but both have dark mysteries in their past.
The following weapons were used in the film Curacao:
Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen.
Cornelius Wettering (George C. Scott) owns a 3rd Gen. Colt Detective Special revolver. In the climactic scene Stephen Guerin (William Petersen) uses the gun as his backup weapon.
A Walther PPK is Stephen Guerin's (William Petersen) primary handgun.
In the climactic scene Worthy Hsung (George Cheung) carries a Beretta 92FS, fitted with some kind of sighting device under barrel.
Worthy Hsung's brother and bodyguard Harold Hsung (Tony Lam) carries a Walther P38 in the climactic scene.
During the hostage situation in the local bank two terrorists are armed with M1911A1 pistols. Cornelius Wettering (George C. Scott) disarms one of them and uses his pistol.
The third terrorist is armed with an Astra 400 (the pistol could be an Astra 600 but its shape seems to match Astra 400 better).
During the hostage situation the local police carry Walther P5 pistols. This is a correct handgun for Dutch police, and due to the special thanks to local police in final credits we can assume that real police officers appears as extras in this scene. In the climactic scene Julia (Julie Carmen) uses a pistol that is also supposed to be a Walther P5 (see talk page for highlighted screenshots).
In the climactic scene Seemuller (Alexei Sayle) is armed with a MAC-10.
Norinco Type 56-1
The leader of the terrorists is armed with an Norinco Type 56-1.
A policeman holds a Federal M201-Z during the hostage situation.