The Drowning Pool
The Drowning Pool is a 1975 mystery that is a loose sequel to Harper. Paul Newman reprised his role as L.A. private detective Lew Harper who is hired to look into a case of blackmail. The source novel was set in Southern California while the movie moved the story to Louisiana. The film was written by Walter Hill, Tracy Keenan Wynn (The Longest Yard.The Deep) and Lorenzo Semple Jr. (The Parallax View,Papillon,Three Days of the Condor) and was directed by Stuart Rosenberg (Cool Hand Luke).
The following weapons were used in the film The Drowning Pool:
Colt Detective Special
Smith & Wesson Model 27
Star Model B
A Star Model B sees a lot of usage by multiple characters.
Beretta Model 951
A henchman is seen carrying a Beretta Model 951.
Ithaca Model 37
One of the masked assailants (right) carries a Ithaca Model 37 riot-gun.
Winchester Model 1897 Shotgun
The other masked assailant uses a Winchester Model 1897.