Greed in the Sun (Cent mille dollars au soleil)
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Greed in the Sun (Original title: Cent mille dollars au soleil) is a 1964 French-Italian adventure comedy film directed by Henri Verneuil. Castigliano aka 'La betterave' (Gert Fröbe) leads freight forwarding company at the very edge of the desert in southern Morocco. Hires a new driver Steiner to transport secret cargo valued at $ 100,000. One of his chauffeurs - Rocco (Jean-Paul Belmondo) flee with this truck. Castigliano offers the best chauffeur his company Hervé Marec aka 'Le plouc' (Lino Ventura), a big reward if he manages to recover the stolen truck. The chase begins!
The following weapons were used in the film Greed in the Sun (Cent mille dollars au soleil):
A man from the Moroccan police patrol is armed with a Vigneron M2 submachine gun.
Castigliano bedroom has a wall-mounted Blunderbuss gun.
On the wall in the Castigliano's bedroom also hang a pair of Jezail muskets.