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Eddi Arent

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Eddi Arent (1925–2013) holds an FN Model 1922 as Sergeant Haggett in The Crimson Circle (1960).
Eddi Arent holds an Arminius HW-1 as Reverend David in The Hunchback of Soho (1966).

Eddi Arent (born Gebhardt Georg Arendt, May 5, 1925 - May 28, 2013) was a German actor, cabaret artist and comedian. He appeared in 104 films between 1956 and 2002. The peak of his screen fame was in 1960s when he appeared in about twenty detective films of Rialto's Edgar Wallace series (he was even considered as the mascot of the series) and three Winnetou Euro-westerns. The awards for these roles went to him thirty years later: in 1997 Arent received the Scharlih, the award of annual Karl-May-Fest, and in 1999 he was awarded the Golden Honorary Prize of the Edgar Wallace Meeting.

Eddi Arent can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:


Gun Character Title Note Date
CZ 27 The butler Face of the Frog 1959
FN Model 1922 Sergeant Haggett The Crimson Circle 1960
Walther PPK Spike Holland The Green Archer 1961
Walther PPK Sergeant Harvey The Dead Eyes of London 1961
Unidentified revolver Lord Selwyn Moron The Strange Countess May be NHM Model 6 1961
Winchester Model 1894 Lord Castlepool Treasure of Silver Lake 1962
Smith & Wesson Victory Model Parker The Puzzle of the Red Orchid 1962
Karabiner 98k Parker The Puzzle of the Red Orchid 1962
NHM Model 9 Horatio W. Smith The Black Abbot 1963
Winchester Model 1894 Lord Castlepool Last of the Renegades 1964
Arminius HW-1 Archibald Finch The Ringer Only on a promotional image 1964
Arminius HW-1 Archibald Finch Again the Ringer 1965
Beretta M1934 Eddie Circus of Fear 1966
Arminius HW-1 Reverend David The Hunchback of Soho 1966
Enfield No.2 Emil Clossen The Trygon Factor 1966
Fictional rocket launcher Emil Clossen The Trygon Factor 1966
Winchester Model 1892 Lord Castlepool The Valley of Death 1968

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