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The Crow

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The Crow
The Crow.jpg
Cinema poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Alex Proyas
Release Date 1994
Language English
Studio Dimension Films
Distributor Miramax
Main Cast
Character Actor
Eric Draven Brandon Lee
Sergeant Albrecht Ernie Hudson
Myca Bai Ling
Top Dollar Michael Wincott
Darla Anna Levine
T-Bird David Patrick Kelly
Tin Tin Laurence Mason
Funboy Michael Massee
Grange Tony Todd
Gideon Jon Polito

The following weapons were used in the film The Crow:



Taurus PT92

Many characters throughout the film use Taurus PT92 pistols, most notably T-Bird (David Patrick Kelly), the leader of the gang that kills Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) and his fiancee. Eric himself later wields T-Bird's PT92 in a shootout at Top Dollar's (Michael Wincott's) club. Some of the gangsters in the club also use them, and Eric uses several other discarded PT92s (sometimes akimbo) in the course of the shootout. Top Dollar himself also uses what appear to be a pair of stainless PT92s during the climactic shootout in the church. They're never shown very clearly, but a handful of brief glimpses of the guns reveal them to be PT92s.

Taurus PT92AF (blued) - 9x19mm
T-Bird prepares to shoot Eric Draven with his Taurus PT92 during the execution scene which leads to Eric's resurrection.
T-Bird points his Taurus PT92 at Funboy (Michael Massee) when the gang is drunk and playing around in a bar on Devil's Night.
Eric firing T-Bird's PT92 and Funboy's S&W 629 at gangsters in the board room of Top Dollar's club.
A discarded PT92 on the floor just before Eric grabs it and uses it to kill other thugs.
Taurus PT92AF (stainless) - 9x19mm
Top Dollar firing his twin stainless PT92s at Eric during the church shootout.
Top Dollar about to give Myca one of his PT92s.
Myca holding the Crow in one hand, and one of Top Dollar's PT92s in the other.

Smith & Wesson Model 629

Funboy (Michael Massee) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 629 .44 Magnum revolver as his weapon throughout the film, which he uses to kill Eric Draven in his apartment. After Eric kills Funboy, he takes the 629 for himself, and is seen using it in several scenes (most notably the shootout in the club, where he wields this gun "akimbo" with T-Bird's Taurus PT92). This is most likely the gun that killed actor Brandon Lee in real life.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 with Hogue Grips - .44 Magnum
One of Eric's flashbacks in which he remembers Funboy killing him with the S&W Model 629.
Funboy pointing his Model 629 at Tin-Tin (Laurence Mason) when the gang is drunk at a bar on Devil's Night.
Eric holds his palm on the barrel of Funboy's 629.
A close-up of the 629's hammer just before Funboy pulls the trigger, shooting through Eric's palm - which regenerates quickly.
Eric (Brandon Lee) holds Funboy's 629 on a startled T-Bird (David Patrick Kelly) in his car.
Eric firing T-Bird's PT92 and Funboy's S&W 629 at gangsters in the board room of Top Dollar's club.

Beretta 92FS

Sergeant Albrecht (Ernie Hudson) uses a Beretta 92FS as do nearly all of the other police officers in the movie. They can be most easily told apart from the Taurus PT92s because of their slide-mounted safeties.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Albrecht (Ernie Hudson) holds his Beretta 92FS on Eric outside of the pawn shop.
A thug in the club using a 92FS.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark I

Skank (Angel David) uses a two-tone Desert Eagle Mark I as his sidearm, which is seen when he and the rest of the gang are getting drunk in a bar. At least one of the gangsters in the club also uses one.

Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I, two-tone finish - .44 Magnum

Submachine Guns

Calico M950

Grange (Tony Todd) is seen in the film using a Calico M950A pistol as his weapon of choice. Top Dollar also briefly uses this gun to execute a pawn shop owner in his club.

Calico M950 pistol - 9x19mm
Top Dollar (Michael Wincott) wields the Calico.

Calico M900

Grange is also seen using the larger Calico M900 carbine fitted with an M951 foregrip and a laser sight. This is the gun he uses to shoot the titular Crow of the film (which gives Eric Draven his power).

Calico M900 with M951 style foregrip - 9x19mm
"Bye-bye, birdy..."


Several of Top Dollar's thugs use MAC-10 machine pistols during the fight with Eric in the loft above the nightclub.

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19mm
One of Top Dollar's thugs holds a MAC-10.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

At least one of Top Dollar's gunmen carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3, which seems to have a vertical MP5K-style grip mounted under the barrel (but the gun is definitely not an MP5K).

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm


Mossberg 500 Cruiser

At the pawn shop, when he is trying to get back his fiancee's wedding ring, Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) uses a Mariner-finish Mossberg 500 Cruiser shotgun. He ignites spilled gasoline in the shop by firing this shotgun at the front window, after pouring all of the shop owner's stolen jewelry down the barrel.

Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser - 12 Gauge
Eric Draven wields the Mossberg.
Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) with the Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser.

Mossberg 500 Bullpup

Grange (Tony Todd) also uses a customized Mossberg 500 shotgun that is in a heavily modified Muzzelite bullpup stock, when he's about to execute the Crow. However, he is then distracted by Sergeant Albrecht (Ernie Hudson), who shoots him in the shoulder and then takes this shotgun after Grange drops it. The base shotgun was a Mossberg 500 in 20 gauge. Three were made for the film.

Screen Used Customized Mossberg 500 Bullpup shotgun - 20 Gauge. As used in the film.
Grange (Tony Todd) with the modified Mossberg 500 Bullpup.
Albrecht (Ernie Hudson) wields the Mossberg Bullpup.
Albrecht (Ernie Hudson) wields the Mossberg Bullpup.
Albrecht (Ernie Hudson) holds the Mossberg Bullpup shotgun as he talks to Draven.


Revolver flare launcher prop

Albrecht holds this bizarre five-shot contraption in his left hand when he attacks Grange and Top Dollar. It appears to be a custom prop firing crimped shotgun shell blanks. Note that the cylinder is out of alignment as the 'weapon' fires. The 'flare' itself is a separate special effect running on a visible wire.

Prop flare launcher
Prop flare launcher
Prop flare launcher
Prop flare launcher firing

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