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Jesse Stone: Night Passage
Jesse Stone: Night Passage (2006) is the second film in the Jesse Stone television movie series, but it is actually the first Jesse Stone novel by Robert B. Parker. Stone Cold aired first since it was believed that it was a stronger 'stand-alone' story. When the 2005 film proved to be popular with television viewers, Night Passage was greenlit and premiered on CBS in 2006.
The following weapons were used in the film Jesse Stone: Night Passage:
Smith & Wesson SW1911SC (Gunsite)
Chief Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) carries the Gunsite Edition of the Smith & Wesson SW1911SC as his sidearm. In reality, Tom Selleck is a life long shooter and a big fan of the 1911 design and previously used this pistol in the series Las Vegas.
Officer Simpson (Kohl Sudduth) carries a Beretta 92FS as his sidearm.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
When he takes over as the Chief of the Paradise Police Department, Jesse is given a Smith & Wesson Model 64 Snub-nose, which was the sidearm of the former chief Lou Carson (Mike Starr). Stone promptly puts the revolver in his desk drawer since he already carries the SW1911SC. Later the revolver is stolen by Hastings Hathaway (Saul Rubinek), who uses during a confrontation with Joe Genest (Stephen Baldwin).
Hi-Standard Sentinel Revolver
The mob hitman, Joe Genest (Stephen Baldwin) uses a suppressed Hi-Standard Sentinel Revolver. Hathaway (Saul Rubinek) is also seen with this revolver and attempts to use it against Chief Stone (Tom Selleck). The Hi-Standard Sentinel Revolver is a 22 caliber revolver. As has been pointed out on other pages, a suppressed revolver is not technically accurate, but it is a very dramatic looking weapon.