Last Valley, The
The Last Valley is a 1970 historical drama film set during the Thirty Years' War starring Michael Caine and Omar Sharif and was directed by James Clavell, a director/screenwriter who co-wrote the screenplay for The Great Escape, but is likely best known for his Asia-themed novels such as Shōgun, which were subsequently turned into epic television series.
The following weapons were used in the film The Last Valley:
Various characters in film are seen with Wheellock Pistols.
Some characters also carry Wheellock Muskets.
A mercenary standing in the background carries a Blunderbuss musket.
In the fight on the bridge mercenaries used several cannons.