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Gorilla Gang (Der Gorilla von Soho)
Gorilla Gang (Der Gorilla von Soho ("The Gorilla of Soho") is a 1968 German detective movie directed by Alfred Vohrer. The plot is remade from an earlier film of Rialto-Edgar Wallace series - The Dead Eyes of London (1961). In London several wealthy men are found drowned, and dolls with mysterious inscriptions are on their bodies. Inspector Perkins (Horst Tappert) of Scotland Yard suspects that the once feared "Gorilla gang" is behind the murders. He teams with Susan McPherson (Uschi Glas), an expert in African languages, for the investigation.
The film is the 27th installment in the Rialto Film studio film series (1959-1972) adapted from the novels of Edgar Wallace.
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The following weapons were used in the film Gorilla Gang (Der Gorilla von Soho):
In various scenes Arminius HW-1 revolvers are seen in hands of Edgar Bird (Ralf Schermuly), Henry Parker (Albert Lieven), Sister Elizabeth (Hilde Sessak), Mother Superior (Inge Langen) and Inspector David Perkins (Horst Tappert). The film poster shows Sgt. Jim Pepper (Uwe Friedrichsen) holding an HW-1 but this character doesn't use the gun in the movie.
Sten Mk II
Henry Parker (Albert Lieven) uses a Sten Mk II in an attempt to kill the blackmailer Sugar. Stens are also briefly seen in hands of police constables during the ambush on the killer in gorilla suit.