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Room 13 (Zimmer 13)
Room 13 (German title Zimmer 13, French title L'attaque du fourgon postal) is a 1964 German-French detective movie directed by Harald Reinl and adapted from the 1924 novel "Room 13" by Edgar Wallace. London criminal Joe Legge (Richard Häussler) forces wealthy nobleman Sir Robert Marney (Walter Rilla) to help him with a railroad robbery by threatening the life of Marney's daughter, Denise (Karin Dor). In his desperation, Marney hires private detective Johnny Gray (Joachim Fuchsberger). Meanwhile, a serial killer murders several women with a razor, and one of victims is found near the Marney's estate.
The film is the fifteenth installment in the Rialto Film studio film series (1959-1972) adapted from the novels of Edgar Wallace, and the second screen adaptation of the original novel, following 1938 British film Mr. Reeder.
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The following weapons were used in the film Room 13 (Zimmer 13):
NHM Model 9 Revolver
NHM Model 9 revolvers are used by Johnny Gray (Joachim Fuchsberger) and Joe Legge (Richard Häussler) in several scenes.
Johnny Gray (Joachim Fuchsberger) carries an Arminius HW-1 revolver throughout the movie, except for the opening scene when he is armed with an NHM Model 9 revolver. In the climactic scene Joe Legge's (Richard Häussler) NHM Model 9 switches to an Arminius.
Police Inspector Terrence Banner (Curd Pieritz) carries a Walther P38. A P38 is also seen in the hands of a gangster.
A CZ 27 is seen in the hands of a constable in Legge's night club.
FN Model 1922
An FN Model 1922 is seen in the hands of a gangster.
Vis wz. 35
In the scene in Legge's night club, a constable holds a pistol that appears to be a Vis wz. 35. A similar pistol is seen in the hands of a gangster during the train robbery. Similar pistols are used by at least one more gangster, and several constables during the arrest of the gang; these are also possibly Vis wz. 35s, but may be some other M1911-style guns.
What seems to be a Luger P08 is seen in hands of a constable during the arrest of the gang.
Sten Mk II
Legge's gangsters are seen with Sten Mk II submachine guns when they prepare for the robbery. As the exterior scenes were filmed in Denmark, during the robbery, their Stens are replaced with Hovea M1949 submachine guns. Stens are also seen in the train transporting a large amount of cash.
Hovea M1949 submachine guns are used by the gangsters during the robbery and the following shootout with police. When the money is loaded onto the train, police guards are also armed with Hovea M49s. Many of these SMGs are fitted with blank firing adapters.
Legge's henchman Blackstone-Edwards (Benno Hoffmann) uses a hunting or sporter rifle with sniper scope during the assassination attempt on Johnny Gray. Police expert Dr. Higgins claims that the rifle is chambered in 9mm caliber, but the slim barrel allows to guess that this is a rather small caliber gun.
Double Barreled Shotgun
In the climactic scene, Marney's butler Ambrose (Erik Radolf) fires a Double Barreled Shotgun.