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Father Brown - Season 7

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Father Brown
FBS07 DVD cover.jpg
Country UKD.jpg UK
Channel BBC
Creator G.K. Chesterton (original stories)
Rachel Flowerday
Tahsin Guner
Genre Detective
Broadcast 2019
No. of Episodes 10
Main Cast
Character Actor
Father Brown Mark Williams
Mrs. Bridgette McCarthy Sorcha Cusack
Penelope "Bunty" Windermere Emer Kenny
Inspector Mallory Jack Deam
Sergeant Goodfellow John Burton
Lady Felicia Montague Nancy Carroll

The following weapons were used in Season 7 of the television series Father Brown:



Unidentified revolver (Smith & Wesson Sawed-Off?)

Unlucky robber Lenny Cudlip (Darryl Clark) uses a snub-nose revolver during the robbery of Dame Bianca Norman's pullman wagon in "The Great Train Robbery" (S07E01). The gun looks S&W style, with thumb cylinder release, unsupported ejector rod, large grip with lanyard ring, but lacks front sight. A possible guess is a standard Smith & Wesson revolver, like Military & Police Model that has the part of the barrel with ejector rod socket sawed-off. A revolver with the same outlook (most likely the same prop) is seen in Season 5.

A photoshopped image of sawed-off Military & Police revolver, similar to the screen gun
Lenny Cudlip's revolver is seen during the robbery.
Lenny fires twice at lamps.
A perfect view of the Cudlips' revolvers: Lenny's short barreled Smith & Wesson and Daryl's Webley .38 Mk IV Duty Model. Next to the guns are six .38/200 cartriges for Webley and six .38 Special (two of them empty) for Smith & Wesson.
Lenny holds his revolver when police appears on the Cudlips' farm.
Lenny opens the revolver.

Webley .38 Mk IV Duty Model

Lenny Cudlip's brother Daryl (Andrew Turner) uses a Webley .38 Mk IV Duty Model during the robbery in "The Great Train Robbery" (S07E01). A Webley .38 Mk IV Duty is seen next to the dead Lionel (uncredited) in "The Blood of the Anarchists" (S07E08). In flashback scene this revolver is in hands of Angus Boyde (Kevin Mains).

Webley Mk IV, 4" barreled "Duty" model - .38 S&W
Daryl Cudlip takes Lady Felicia and Mrs. McCarthy as hostages.
A perfect view of the Cudlips' revolvers: Lenny's short barreled Smith & Wesson and Daryl's Webley .38 Mk IV Duty Model. Next to the guns are six .38/200 cartriges for Webley and six .38 Special (two of them empty) for Smith & Wesson.
Lenny hands the Webley revolver to Daryl when police appears on the Cudlips' farm.

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The revolver lies next to the dead Lionel (S07E08).
Angus Boyde fires through a hole in the roof.
Boyde prepares to clean his fingerprints from the gun.
He drops the revolver down the hole in the roof to land behind Lionel's hand and make his death appear to be suicide.

Webley .455 Mk VI

Constable Colin Blaisen (Reis Bruce) holds a Webley .455 Mk VI in "The Sacrifice of Tantalus" (S07E06).

Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
An unknown person shoots at Inspector Mallory and Sergeant Goodfellow (in the final scene the identity of the shooter is revealed).
Colin Blaisen holds the revolver in the climactic scene.
He aims at Inspector Mallory.
Another view of the Webley.
Another view of the revolver.

Enfield No.2 Mk.1*

Edmund Noon (Billy Postlethwaite) holds an Enfield No.2 Mk.1* in a flashback scene in "The Darkest Noon" (S07E05).

Enfield No.2 Mk.1* - .38 S&W
Edmund Noon takes a revolver from the dead George Haggard (Nigel Hastings).
A good view of the revolver. Note the bobbed hammer of a Mk.1* model.
The Haggards' housekeeper finds Noon, standing over the dead Haggards with the revolver in hand.

Single Action Army

In "The Honourable Thief" (S07E10) Hercule Flambeau (John Light) holds a Single Action Army Artillery model revolver (a very strange choice for a gentleman thief of the 1950s). The revolver is completely black and seems to be kind of a non-firing replica. Very likely it's the same prop that was used in Season 1.

Uberti Replica of Colt Single Action Army 5 1/2" "Stallion".
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Flambeau threatens Lady Felicia (Nancy Carroll), disguised as a hotel maid.


Walther PPK

A Walther PPK is the murder weapon in "The Great Train Robbery" (S07E01).

Walther PPK - 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
The pistol is seen in a flashback scene, depicting the murder.
The pistol fires. The ejected shell casing is seen in midair.

Browning Hi-Power / Kareen Mk II

In "The Sacrifice of Tantalus" (S07E06) Special Branch Inspector Sullivan (Tom Chambers), acting under the name of Inspector Truman, carries a Browning Hi-Power. He then hands his pistol to Chief Superintendent Len Blaisen (Sean Gallagher). This gun has a "Type 73"-style hammer spur and non-standard wide slide serration, like Hi-Power pistols, seen in Seasons 3 and 4; this is supposed to be a Kareen Mk II slide on a standard Browning Hi-Power frame.

Browning Hi-Power "Type 73" - 9x19mm
Inspector Sullivan holds his pistol when he guards arrested suspect Alan Tylett (Samuel Anderson).
Sullivan holds the pistol. Note the "Type 73"-style hammer spur.
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Sullivan's pistol in its shoulder holster.
Sullivan gives the pistol to Chief Superintendent Blaisen. Note the slide serration, matching Hi-Power pistols in Seasons 3 and 4.
Blaisen aims.


Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*

During the police operation to arrest the Cudlip brothers in "The Great Train Robbery" (S07E01) Inspector Mallory (Jack Deam) and Sergeant Goodfellow (John Burton) are armed with Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifles. Jimbo Riley (James Cartwright) holds a No.1 Mk.III* rifle in "The Demise of the Debutante" (S07E04).

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British
Sgt. Goodfellow holds a rifle (S07E01).
Inspector Mallory orders the Cudlips to surrender under the threat of arms. He holds a No.1 Mk.III* rifle while a constable at the background is armed with a No.4 Mk.I rifle.
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Closeups of Mallory's rifle.
Mallory's rifle is seen from another side.
One more closeup.
Jimbo Riley hides a Lee-Enfield in his belongings (S07E04).
Riley opens the bolt.
Jimbo Riley aims at Reverend Willard (Forbes Masson), thinking him to be the murderer of Riley's wife Maude. The barrel of No.1 model is seen.
A close view of the rifle.
Riley drops the rifle, persuaded by Father Brown.

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I

Four constables are armed with Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I rifles in the climactic scene in "The Great Train Robbery" (S07E01). Some of these rifles have angular magazines, indicating that they are chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO (like the unsuccessful L8 series).

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British
For comparision: Ishapore 2A1 (No.1 Mk.III*) - 7.62x51mm NATO
Two constables with No.4 Mk.I rifles cross the wall of the Cudlips' farm. The first constable's rifle has angular magazine in 7.62mm caliber, while the second holds a standard SMLE.
Constables aim their rifles.
A constable readies his rifle.


Double Barreled Shotguns

In several scenes in "The Skylark Scandal" (S07E09) Lord Henry Hollingworth (Jasper Jacob), Henrietta Hollingworth (Miranda Hennessy) and Penelope "Bunty" Windermere (Emer Kenny) hold double barreled shotguns. Lord Hollingworth grazes a birdwatcher with a shot from his gun, defending that it was only loaded with rock salt.

Samuel Buckley & Company/Anson & Deeley Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Lord Hollingworth threatens a bird watching group that crosses his land.
Lord Hollingworth and his daughter Henrietta with shotguns.
Henrietta aims at Bunty, who found papers compromising Lord Hollingworth.
Bunty gets the shotgun.
The shotgun on a table.

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