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Sadsacks Go to War (Les Bidasses s'en vont en guerre)
Sadsacks Go to War (original title Les Bidasses s'en vont en guerre) is a 1974 French comedy directed by Claude Zidi and starring a popular French comedy quartet Les Charlots as four young soldiers who spent most of their army service under punishment for various pranks and jokes. The film is a sequel for 1971 movie The Five Crazy Boys (Les Bidasses en folie).
The following weapons were used in the film Sadsacks Go to War (Les Bidasses s'en vont en guerre):
A SACM M1935A pistol is Sgt. Bellec's (Jacques Seiler) service sidearm.
FN Model 1922
In the scene of the attack on the farm a lieutenant (Jacques Robiolles) is seen with a pistol that appears to be an FN Model 1922.
During the encounter of the four friends with karate champions on the fair Jean-Guy (Jean-Guy Fechner) shows a feat of prestidigitation, drawing an M1911A1-style pistol from nowhere to threaten his opponent.
Some French soldiers carry MAT-49 SMGs.
Double Barreled Shotgun
The old farmer (Georges Douking) is seen with a double barreled shotgun in several scenes.
Most French soldiers carry MAS-36 rifles.
Berthier Mle 1907-15 M34
Berthier Mle 1907-15 M34 rifles are also seen in hands of the soldiers.
7.5 cm Pak 40
In one scene Les Charlots man a 7.5 cm Pak 40 AT gun.
An M8 Greyhound armoured car is seen during the maneuvers.