The Tattoo (original title Le Tatoué) is a 1968 French comedy directed by Denys de La Patellière and starring Jean Gabin and Louis de Funès.
The following weapons were used in the film The Tattoo:
Enguerrand de Montignac aka Legrain (Jean Gabin) uses a Lebel 1886 fitted with a bayonet to threaten Félicien Mézeray (Louis de Funès) and the two buyers when they enter his house in the beginning, then hands the weapon to Mézeray as he proceeds to show his tattoo. Later at the castle, Legrain gives Mézeray a Lebel with no bayonet.
Lebel Model 1886 - 8x50mmR Lebel
Gevarm Type D4
Legrain (Jean Gabin) and Mézeray (Louis de Funès) equip Gevarm Type D4 submachine guns when thieves break into the castle.
Gevarm Type D4 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Legrain and Mézeray hold the submachine guns on a promotional image.
Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873
Legrain (Jean Gabin) carries a Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 as his personal sidearm.
Chamelot-Delvigne Mle. 1873 (blued) - 11x17mmR
F1 hand grenade
Legrain (Jean Gabin) uses F1 hand grenades twice during the film.
F1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade with Mle1935 fuse
A detective takes a pistol from his car, but at that distance it is impossible to identify the weapon.