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Take It Easy It's a Waltz (Laisse aller ... c'est une Valse)
Take It Easy It's a Waltz (Laisse aller ... c'est une Valse) is a 1971 French action crime comedy directed by Georges Lautner. Serge Aubin (Jean Yanne) was a three years in prison for theft of jewelry, after the release was kidnapped by Varèse´s rival gang, which compels him to reveal where the hidden jewels. To help come his friend Michel (Michel Constantin), Serge forgave his wife's Carla (Mireille Darc) infidelity with Varèse (Nanni Loy) and all three together begin to flee. But the killers are right behind them .. and also the commissaire Caillaud (Bernard Blier).
The following weapons can be seen in Take It Easy It's a Waltz (Laisse aller ... c'est une Valse):
Most of the pistols used by a characters in the film are Browning Hi-Power of various types.
Some characters carry long-barred Artillery model Luger P08s.
SIG P210 pistol
Serge (Jean Yanne) and Carla (Mireille Darc) in several scenes holding a SIG P210 pistol.
Walther PP pistol
Another widely used weapon is here Walther PP pistol.
Walther Model 4
Carla (Mireille Darc) also captures Varèse with the Walther Model 4 pistol.
Michel (Michel Constantin) uses also a Walther P38 pistol, sometimes suppressed.
Mle 1892 Revolver
The gas station owner, Rollas, (Paul Préboist) carries a Mle 1892 Revolver.
Gevarm Type D4
Varèse´s body guard is armed with a Gevarm Type D4 submachine gun.
MAT-49 submachine gun
Police special commandos are equipped with a MAT-49 and MAS-38 submachine guns.
MAS-38 submachine gun
High Standard FLITE KING shotgun
One of the hunters fires at the gas station with a High Standard FLITE KING shotgun.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
The hunters are mostly armed with 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns.