|Shadows in an Empty Room
(Una Magnum Special per Tony Saitta)
Original Italian Poster
|Alberto De Martino
Security Investment Trust Company
|Capt. Tony Saitta
|Sgt. Ned Matthews
|Dr. George Tracer
Shadows in an Empty Room (original title Una Magnum Special per Tony Saitta ("A Magnum Special for Tony Saitta"), also released as Strange Shadows in an Empty Room and Blazing Magnum) is a 1976 Italian-Canadian detective thriller directed by Alberto De Martino (credited as Martin Herbert). Tony Saitta (Stuart Whitman), a detective of Ottawa police, investigates the strange death of his sister.
The following weapons were used in the film Shadows in an Empty Room (Una Magnum Special per Tony Saitta):
Smith & Wesson Model 29
Tony Saitta's (Stuart Whitman) personal firearm is a Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum
Saitta arrests a criminal.
Saitta enters the room with his revolver in hand.
Another view of the same scene.
A close view of the muzzle and cylinder.
Tony Saitta (Stuart Whitman
) holds the revolver on a promotional image.
Colt Detective Special
Saitta's partner Sgt. Ned Matthews (John Saxon) carries a Colt Detective Special revolver.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen with Square Butt - .38 Special
Matthews holds his revolver during the investigation.
Smith & Wesson 76
In the opening scene several robbers are armed with Smith & Wesson 76 SMGs.
Smith & Wesson M76 - 9x19mm
Two robbers hold their SMGs during the bank heist.
A robber fires at pursuing police car.
A robber drops his SMG, being shot by Saitta.