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Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese (Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon Dieu pour des canards sauvages)
Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese (Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon Dieu pour des canards sauvages) is a 1968 French crime comedy directed by Michel Audiard. A Parisian gangster Fred the Elegant (André Pousse) robs the armored car, loaded with gold ingots. Fred's girlfriend Rita (Marlène Jobert) wants to get a share of the loot so she makes a conspiracy with another gangster, Charles the Temeraire (Bernard Blier). Charles successfully captures the gold but keeps all for himself. Rita, deceived by Charles and pursued by enraged Fred, runs to her elderly aunt Leontine (Françoise Rosay), the retired "godmother" of French criminal world whom both Charles and Fred are afraid of.
The following weapons were used in the film Don't Take God's Children for Wild Geese (Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon Dieu pour des canards sauvages):
Single Action Army
Leontine's (Françoise Rosay) favoured gun is the Single Action Army revolver.
Colt 1849 Pocket
When Leontine's (Françoise Rosay) image appears on the trivision billboard, she dual-wields SAA and Colt 1849 Pocket revolvers.
Mle 1892 Revolver
In the scene on the shooting range Charles' henchman (Dominique Zardi) is seen with Mle 1892 Revolver.
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
In the scene on the shooting range another henchman holds a pair of revolvers that appear to be Smith & Wesson Military & Police.
Charles (Bernard Blier) is armed with a pair of Mauser C96 pistols during the robbery of Fred the Elegant. He also holds a Mauser in the final scene.
Charles' henchman holds the Browning Hi-Power during the robbery of Fred the Elegant. In another scene Ruffin (Paul Frankeur) disarms Tiburce (Claude Rollet) of his Hi-Power.
Walther P38 is widely used by Ruffin (Paul Frankeur). While on the shooting range, Charles (Bernard Blier) dual-wields the Luger P08 Artillery and the Walther P38.
Several Luger P08 pistols are seen in hands of Charles' henchmen when they prepares for the attack on Leontine. While on the shooting range, Charles (Bernard Blier) himself fires the Luger P08 Artillery, dual-wielded with the Walther P38.
The nickel plated M1911A1 is one of Ruffin's (Paul Frankeur) pistols. The M1911A1 is also seen in gun crate on Charles' base of operations.
Sterling SMGs are used by Charles' henchmen in several scenes.
Lanchester Mk. I
Lanchester Mk. I SMG is also used during the robbery of Fred the Elegant.
The Thompson M1A1 with drum magazine is also used during the robbery of Fred the Elegant. Note: while drum magazines aren't standard for M1A1s, such combination is often seen in 1960s-70s French movies.
The Beretta M1938A is seen when Charles' gang prepares for the attack on Leontine.
Charles' henchman uses the Chatellerault M1924/29 during the robbery of Fred the Elegant.