The Dominici Affair (original title L'Affaire Dominici) is a 1973 French drama movie directed by Claude Bernard-Aubert and starring Jean Gabin. The movie is based on a real event, the murder of British scientist Sir Jack Drummond, his wife, and daughter in August 1952 in France near the farm of Gaston Dominici.
The following weapons were used in the film The Dominici Affair (L'Affaire Dominici):
In full accordance with real events, an M1 Carbine is the murder weapon.
World War II Era M1 Carbine, with Dark Walnut Stock, 'L' peep sight and no bayonet lug - .30 Carbine - correct for most of WWII, shown with khaki sling and oiler and a period twin magazine pouch for buttstock
A photo of real murder weapon, M1 Carbine, manufactured by Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corporation
A closer view of the murder weapon, found in very poor condition. The real weapon was found broken in half at the murder scene, speculated to have been shattered after being used as a club on Sir Drummond's daughter Elizabeth.
The carbine is seen during the end credits.
Sten Mk II
Two Sten Mk II SMGs are found by police in Paul Maillet's (Jacques Rispal) house.
Sten Mk II (Canadian) - 9x19mm