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One Hundred Days in Palermo (Cento giorni a Palermo)
One Hundred Days in Palermo (original title Cento giorni a Palermo) is a 1984 Italian-French crime drama directed by Giuseppe Ferrara and starring Lino Ventura. It follows the real events on Sicily in 1982 when General Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa became a prefect of Palermo and started a war against mafia.
The following weapons were used in the film One Hundred Days in Palermo (Cento giorni a Palermo):
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolvers are used during several assassinations. Versions with different barrel length are seen.
A hitman uses a long barreled revolver with target sights during the assassination of high rank politician Piersanti Mattarella.
Beretta M1951 pistols are used by mafia hitmen.
Beretta Model 70
Beretta Model 70 pistols are seen in several scenes.
What appears to be a Beretta M1934 is seen in hands of carabinier officer.
Beretta M12 SMGs are widely used by carabiniers. In the final scene a mafia hitman uses a Beretta M12.
Sten Mk II
A Sten Mk II is used during the assassination of Pio La Torre. A police expert incorrectly calls this SMG a Thompson.
A M1928A1 Thompson with removed buttstock is seen in the workshop of mafia armorer.
MP40 (mocked up as AKS-47)
An AKS-47 assault rifle, used by mafia hitmen in several assassinations, appears to be mocked up MP40. In reality Norinco Type 56s were used during the assassination of Dalla Chiesa.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Double Barreled Shotguns are used by mafia hitmen.
Sawed-off Lupara is also used for assassination.
An M1 Carbine is used during the assassination of Judge Cesare Terranova. M1 Carbines are also seen in hands of honor guards.