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Mystic River

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Mystic River
Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Clint Eastwood
Release Date 2003
Language English
Studio Village Roadshow Pictures
Malpaso Productions
Distributor Warner Brothers
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jimmy Markum Sean Penn
Detective Sean Devine Kevin Bacon
Mr. Looney Eli Wallach
John O'Shea Andrew Mackin
Dave Boyle Tim Robbins
Detective Sergeant Whitey Powers Laurence Fishburne
Celeste Samarco Boyle Marcia Gay Harden
Annabeth Markum Laura Linney
Katie Markum Emmy Rossum

Mystic River is a 2003 mystery drama based on the Dennis Lehane novel and was directed by Clint Eastwood. The film stars Sean Penn, Kevin Bacon, and Tim Robbins as three men who are linked by a traumatic event while growing up in Boston and whose lives once again intersect when the daughter of one of them is found murdered. Both Sean Penn and Tim Robbins earned Academy Awards for their performances in the film.

The following guns were used in the film Mystic River:


Ithaca 37

Mr. Looney (Eli Wallach), the owner of Looney Liquors, shows an Ithaca 37 with the stock sawed off to Trooper Sean Devine (Kevin Bacon) and Sergeant Whitey Powers (Laurence Fishburne) when describing a robbery.

Ithaca 37 - 12 Gauge.
Mr. Looney (Eli Wallach), the liquor store owner, grabs his Ithaca 37 out from under the counter.
Sgt. Powers (Laurence Fishburne) reaches for the barrel of the Ithaca 37 as the owner recklessly flags Trooper Devine with it.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In the film, the revolver identified as a ".38 Smith" by the police investigators is a Smith & Wesson Model 10. The revolver is said to have been used by "Just Ray" Harris in the robbery of Looney Liquors. Brendan Harris (Tom Guiry) shows an empty holster where the S&W had been. The revolver is also seen in the hands of "Silent Ray" (Spencer Treat Clark) and his friend John O'Shea (Andrew Mackin).

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
Brendan Harris (Tom Guiry) shows the empty leather Bianchi holster that housed his S&W.
Brendan Harris (Tom Guiry) is threatened with the S&W.
John O'Shea (Andrew Mackin) with the revolver as Trooper Devine enters the kitchen.
Devine (Kevin Bacon) is threatened with the S&W.
John O'Shea (Andrew Mackin) holds the Smith & Wesson Model 10 on Devine and Powers. He keeps both finger wrapped on the trigger, which indicates that the character is not trained in firearms usage.

SIG-Sauer P226

Being the standard weapon of the Massachusetts State Police, Sean Devine (Kevin Bacon) carries a SIG-Sauer P226 as his sidearm in the film. This is slightly off as the model in the film is shown to be the SA/DA (as noted by external hammer) as opposed the the current DAK model. He begins to unholster it when he and Sergeant Powers (Laurence Fishburne) burst into the Harris home and are confronted by a suspect holding a Smith & Wesson Model 10.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9mm.
The current issue sidearm of the Massachusetts State Police
Devine's SIG-Sauer P226 is seen in his holster.
Devine (Kevin Bacon) puts his hand on his SIG when he is threatened.
Devine begins to draw his SIG-Sauer P226 when confronted by John O'Shea.

Ruger KP90

A Ruger KP90 is carried and used by Jimmy Markum (Sean Penn).

Ruger KP90 - .45 ACP.
One of Jimmy's lackies hands him a Ruger KP90.
Jimmy examines the Ruger KP90.
Jimmy prepares to use the Ruger KP90.

Flintlock Rifles

The re-enactors marching in a parade at the end of the film are seen holding Flintlock rifles likely in honor of the Revolutionary War, a commonly celebrated event in Boston.

Brown Bess Infantry musket from 1722-1768 - .78 caliber.
Boston patriots march in a parade with tricorner hats and flintlock rifles.

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