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Flatfoot in Egypt
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Flatfoot in Egypt (original title Piedone d'Egitto) is a 1980 Italian crime comedy directed by Steno. It's the fourth and the last film about the adventures of Naples police Commissioner "Flatfoot" Rizzo (Bud Spencer), preceded by Flatfoot (1973), Flatfoot in Hong Kong (1975), and Flatfoot in Africa (1978).
The following weapons were used in the film Flatfoot in Egypt:
In several scenes Sgt. Caputo (Enzo Cannavale) is seen with a pistol that appears to be a Beretta M1934. A Beretta M1934 is also seen in Edward Barns' case.
"The Swede" (Karl-Otto Alberty) carries a pistol of Beretta 80 Series, most likely a Beretta 84.
Beretta M1951 pistols are seen in hands of various criminals.
In the opening scene Don Carmine's bodyguard's (Giovanni Cianfriglia) pistol switches from Beretta M1951 to Walther P38 due to continuity error.
Various characters are seen with handguns that aren't seen clear enough to be identified.
A TZ-45 is used by "The Swede" (Karl-Otto Alberty).
M1 Garand rifles are seen in hands of bedouins.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*
Some bedouins are armed with Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifles.
Bolt action rifles of various models are carried by bedouins and Egyptian troops.
Some Bedouins are armed with old-fashioned Jezail muskets.
In one scene "The Swede" (Karl-Otto Alberty) uses a gun hidden in movie camera.