|The Testament of Dr. Mabuse|
(Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse)
Theatrical Movie Poster
||Rota-Film Verleih AG|
Universum Film (UFA)
Tudor Pictures (USA)
The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse) is a 1933 psychological thriller from famed German director Fritz Lang (M, Metropolis, You Only Live Once, The Big Heat). The film was remade under the same title in 1962 as a part of the Dr. Mabuse film series by CCC Films.
The following weapons were used in the film The Testament of Dr. Mabuse:
Dreyse Model 1907
Several characters use a Dreyse Model 1907. Presumably the same pistol.
Dreyse 1907 - 7.65mm Browning
Hardy points his gun at his fellow colleagues.
When Hardy goes back to the door he is holding a different pistol and Bredow (Oskar Höcker) has the Dreyse.
During the shootout, the characteristic sights of the Dreyse can be seen.
During the shootout, one of the policemen has a Dreyse.
Hardy (Rudolf Schündler) commits suicide with his Dreyse.
Inspector Lohmann (Otto Wernicke
) presents Bredow the Dreyse in his office.
FN Model 1910
A FN Model 1910 can be seen in the hands of the criminals and the police.
At the beginning of the shoot out a policeman has a FN Model 1910.
When Hardy goes back to the door he is holding a FN Model 1910.
During the shootout, one of the policemen has a FN Model 10.
Bayard Model 1908
One of the pistols that are thrown trough the mail slot is a Belgian Bayard Model 1908 pocket pistol.
Bayard Model 1908 - .32 ACP
Bredow throws the pistol out.
The bottom pistol is the 1908 Bayard.
FN Model 1900
Thomas Kent (Gustav Diessl) uses his FN Model 1900 to hammer his knife trough the water pipe.
Tom Kent uses his pistol as a hammer.
1914 Mauser Pocket
One of the policemen has a 1914 Mauser Pocket Pistol pistol and the criminals throw it trough the door.
1914 Mauser Pocket Pistol - 6.35mm
The policeman who had the Dreyse now has a Mauser Pocket Pistol.
The Mauser Pocket is the top pistol.