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Police War,The (La Guerre des polices)

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La Guerre des polices
Cinema Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Robin Davis
Release Date 1979
Language French
Studio Les Productions Jacques Roitfeld
Stéphan Films
Distributor UGC Distribution
Main Cast
Character Actor
Marie Garcin Marlène Jobert
Commissaire Jacques Fush Claude Brasseur
Commissaire Ballestrat Claude Rich
Millard Georges Staquet
Capati Jean-François Stévenin
Larue Etienne Chicot
Hector Sarlat Gérard Desarthe
Francis Albert Dray
Marc Jean-Pierre Kalfon
Police Chief François Périer

The Police War (Original title: La Guerre des polices) is a 1979 French crime drama film directed by Robin Davis. Starring Claude Brasseur, Marlène Jobert and Claude Rich.

The following weapons were used in the movie The Police War (La Guerre des polices):


Arminius HW-3

Police inspector Marie Garcin (Marlène Jobert) carries a Arminius HW-3 revolver as her sidearm.

Arminius HW-3 - .22 Long Rifle
Marie Garcin has his weapon at hand even when showering.
She surprised the unwelcome armed visitors in masks.
At naked exhibitionist responds by revealing her weapon.


Commissaire Jacques Fush (Claude Brasseur) own a Smython revolver, a Smith & Wesson Model 19 frame with a Colt Python barrel.

"Smython" revolver - .357 Magnum
Commissioner pulls his Smython revolver and arrested bunch of hooligans.
Commissioner Fush with revolver in his hand interrogates boy prostitute.
Commissioner Fush prepared his gun to last duel with Sarlat.

Pocket revolver

Some characters are seen with a Bulldog-style pocket revolver.

Webley 'British Bull Dog' - .45 caliber - 1870s
Millard (Georges Staquet) finds a hidden gun and handed it to Fush.
Commissaire Fush (Claude Brasseur) fired from a revolver.
Then returned the gun to sculptor (Catherine Rétoré).

Colt Python

Police officer Larue (Étienne Chicot) is armed with a Colt Python revolver.

Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
Larue drew his weapon at Millard (Georges Staquet) (left).


Star Model B

Hector Sarlat (Gérard Desarthe) used a Star Model B pistol.

Blued Star Model B pistol - 9x19mm
Sarlat captured Capati (Jean-François Stévenin) (right) as his hostage.

Walther P38

Sarlat´s henchman Francis (Albert Dray) is armed with a Walther P38 pistol.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm

Walther PPK

The police officers are seen with Walther PPK pistols.

Walther PPK - 7.65 mm Browning AKA .32 ACP

Submachine Guns


A police officer, which walks alone carries MAT-49 submachine gun on his shoulder

MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm


M1903 Springfield

French police sniper is equipped with a M1903 Springfield sniper rifle.

Springfield M1903 Mk 1 - .30-06 Springfield


Police officers standing in a row have MAS-49 rifles.

MAS-49 - 7.5x54mm French

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