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The Salvation

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The Salvation
The Salvation 2014 Poster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country DEN.jpg Denmark
UKD.jpg United Kingdom
RSA.jpg South Africa
SWE.jpg Sweden
BEL.jpg Belgium
Directed by Kristian Levring
Release Date 2014
Language English
Studio Zentropa Entertainments 33
Forward Films
Spier Films
Distributor Nordisk Film
IFC Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jon Jensen Mads Mikkelsen
Madelaine Eva Green
Colonel Henry Delarue Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Peter Jensen Mikael Persbrandt
Corsican Eric Cantona
Sheriff Mallick Douglas Henshall
Paul Delarue Michael Raymond-James
Mayor Nathan Keane Jonathan Pryce

The Salvation is a 2014 Danish co-production Western movie directed by Kristian Levring and starring Mads Mikkelsen as Jon Jensen, a former Danish soldier and veteran of the Second Schleswig War who emigrates to the United States together with his brother Peter (Mikael Persbrandt). Jon's wife and son are brutally killed by a pair of outlaws. Jon exacts revenge on the villains, but one of them turns out to be a brother of local land baron and gang chieftain Colonel Henry Delarue (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Delarue begins the hunt for Jon, forcing the residents of the town of Black Creek to cooperate.

The following weapons were used in the film The Salvation:


Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model

Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model revolvers are widely used in the film, seen in hands of brothers Jon (Mads Mikkelsen) and Peter Jensen (Mikael Persbrandt), Col. Delarue's brother Paul (Michael Raymond-James), his accomplice Lester (Sean Cameron Michael), Delarue's chief henchman Corsican (Eric Cantona), bandits Tracker (David James) and "Man With Beard" (Langley Kirkwood).

Colt Single Action Army 7 1/2" Cavalry model - .45 Long Colt
In the scene in the stagecoach, Lester holds Jon at gunpoint.
Lester's revolver on the floor.
Jon tries to defend his family.
Paul Delarue holds Lester's revolver during a standoff with Jon.
Peter shoots two of Delarue's men.
Tracker holds his revolver during the shootout with Voichek Borowski.
The bearded bandit is gunned down and drops his revolver.
Corsican holds his revolver in the final scene.
Another view of Corsican's revolver. In the next scene, the revolver switches to a Denix replica (see below).

Single Action Army (Denix replica)

In many scenes, Denix non-firing replicas of Single Action Army "Artillery" and "Cavalry" revolvers are used.

"Artillery" Model

Denix "Cal.45 Peacemaker 5 1/2", USA 1873" (model 1106/G) replica of Single Action Army "Artillery" Model. Note the grey surface and thick wooden grips with large screw.
Sheriff's deputy Cash (Andre Odendaal) (in center) carries an "Artillery" revolver in holster. The wooden grips with a large screw match a Denix replica.
Sheriff Mallick (Douglas Henshall) carries a Denix replica, most likely the same "Artillery" revolver.
Madelaine (Eva Green) carries an "Artillery" (or maybe even a "Civilian") model in a holster in a promotional image. The grips match a Denix replica.

"Cavalry" Model

Denix "Cal.45 Peacemaker 7 1/2", USA 1873" (model 1107/G) replica of Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model. Note the grey surface and thick wooden grips with large screw.
A "Cavalry" revolver is seen in the dead hand of a bandit. Again, the thick wooden grips allow to identify the gun as a Denix replica.
Madelaine (Eva Green) takes a "Cavalry" revolver, likely a Denix replica, during her escape.
Madelaine holds a "Cavalry" revolver (may be a different prop with fake nickel finish). Note the imitation of cartridges in the chambers.
A bandit named "Man With Cigar" (Nick Borain) holds a "Cavalry" revolver, again with the grey silumin surface.
Corsican's (Eric Cantona) revolver switches to a Denix replica.

Denix "Cal.45 Peacemaker 7 1/2", USA 1873" (model 1109/N) replica of Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model. Note the plastic grips imitating ivory.
A bandit named "Skinny Man" (Anthony Bishop) holds a "Cavalry" revolver.
The plastic grips imitating ivory can be seen when the bandit drops the revolver.
The same character (at the right) is seen in a promotional image with two matching revolvers in holsters.

Denix "Cal.45 Peacemaker 7 1/2", USA 1873" (model 1109/L) replica of Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model. Note the "gold plated" frame, dark grey cylinder and barrel and plastic grips.
Shopkeeper Voichek Borowski (Alexander Arnold) carries a "gold plated" "Cavalry" revolver in a holster during the shootout with the bandits.

Various Models

About a dozen SAA revolvers of different models are seen in the Sheriff's office. The grey silumin surface, thick wooden and plastic grips allow to identify them as Denix replicas.


Remington 1875

Paul Delarue (Michael Raymond-James) carries a Remington 1875 revolver. Jon Jensen (Mads Mikkelsen) takes a Remington 1875 from Borowski's store and uses it in the climactic scene.

Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt
Paul's revolver is seen at the far left when he dual-wields his Remington and Lester's SAA revolver.
Another view of the same scene.
The Remington is seen at the background.
Jon takes a Remington revolver from the store.
Jon aims the revolver in the climactic scene.
Another view of the revolver in the same scene.

Remington 1858 New Army

Archvillain of the movie, Henry Delarue (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), carries a nickel plated Remington 1858 New Army revolver.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber. Unlike the sample, the screen gun is nickel plated.
Delarue draws his revolver.
He kills one of the Black Creek residents to threaten the townspeople and make them to cooperate in the hunt for Jon.
The cylinder is empty but several more gunshots follow with sound and smoke.
Delarue kills one more townsman.
The revolver is seen near Delarue's dead hand in the climactic scene.


Winchester Model 1876 "Sporting"

Peter (Mikael Persbrandt) and Jon (Mads Mikkelsen) use a Winchester Model 1876 "Sporting" rifle in numerous scenes.

Winchester Model 1876 "sporting" configuration with 26 inch barrel - .45-60 WCF
Peter holds the rifle.
A close-up of the receiver.
Mrs. Whisler (Susan Danford) brings Jon's rifle into the house.
Jon aims the rifle at the corrupt Mayor Keane.
A close-up of the barrel.
A good view of the rifle in Jon's hands.
Jon fires at Tracker.
Jon holds the rifle during the confrontation with the sheriff in the final scene.

Winchester Model 1873 Rifle

Voichek Borowski (Alexander Arnold) is armed with a Winchester Model 1873 rifle during the shootout with Delarue's gang. In the climactic scene Jon's (Mads Mikkelsen) rifle switches between a Winchester 1876 and Winchester 1873 due to continuity errors.

Winchester Model 1873 "Short Rifle" model with octagon barrel - .44-40 WCF
Voichek holds his rifle during the shootout with the bandits.
Jon fires at the bandits during the shootout at Delarue's house.
Jon reloads the rifle.
Voichek aims at a bandit from the rooftop.
Another view of the same scene.
Jon fires.
A close-up of Jon's rifle.
A general view of Jon's rifle.

Winchester Model 1873 Carbine

In various scenes, Winchester Model 1873 carbines are used by Jon (Mads Mikkelsen), Henry Delarue (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and Madelaine (Eva Green).

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - .44-40 WCF
After the attack in the stagecoach, Jon takes a Winchester Model 1873 carbine from the dead coachman.
Jon fires at Paul Delarue.
One of Sheriff's deputies holds Peter at gunpoint with the carbine.
A bearded bandit (Langley Kirkwood) at the left fires after Peter. In most scenes, this character is seen with a Winchester Model 1866 (see below).
Henry Delarue takes a Winchester 1873 carbine from a gun rack and loads it.
Delarue holds the carbine.
Another view of Delarue's carbine.
Delarue aims at a wounded Jon in the climactic scene.
Madelaine fires and reloads a carbine.
She raises the carbine on Jon.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

Corsican (Eric Cantona), Sheriff Mallick (Douglas Henshall), and a number of bandits are seen with Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" carbines.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF
Bandit Jefferson (Anthony Oseyemi) holds a "Yellow Boy" carbine. His rifle looks somewhat unnatural and may be a Denix replica, but it is difficult to tell.
Sheriff Mallick (in center) holds a "Yellow Boy" carbine. His deputies are armed with Denix replicas with dull grey finish.
Sheriff fires at Jon's horse.
"Man With Cigar" (Nick Borain) (at the background) fires a "Yellow Boy" carbine.
The bearded bandit (Langley Kirkwood) reloads his carbine. The gun lacks the barrel band although the remaining groove in the handguard is visible.
The same character with a "Yellow Boy" carbine. This is a different prop, with the barrel band in place and more bright metal parts. This gun may also be a Denix replica.
The cigar-smoking bandit fires through the ceiling at Voichek, who is on the roof.
Corsican with the carbine.
A perfect close-up of Tracker's (David James) "Yellow Boy" carbine.
Tracker holds his carbine.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" (Denix replica)

Some "Yellow Boy" carbines are definitely Denix non-firing replicas.

Denix "Carbine Mod. 66" non-firing replica. The dull grey finish wasn't used on real Winchester 1866 rifles.
Bandit "Silvertooth" (Robert Hoobs) holds a replica carbine at the background left.
Sheriff's deputies Aron (Dan Robbertse) (at the background right) and Cash (Andre Odendaal) (at the background left) hold their carbines. Both guns are definitely Denix replicas with dull grey finishes.
Bandit "One Eyed Jack" (St John Alexander) holds a carbine while guarding the captured Jon.
Jack's carbine is seen on the ground. Again, the dull grey finish can be seen.
Carbines of two more dead bandits are seen on the ground.

Spencer 1860

In one scene, Mrs. Whisler (Susan Danford) holds a Spencer 1860 carbine.

Spencer Model 1860 Carbine - .56-56 Spencer rimfire
Mrs. Whisler meets a suspicious stranger with a Spencer carbine in her hands.
Another view of the carbine.
A close-up of the gun.


Coach Gun

One of the bandits holds a Coach Gun that looks similar to Colt Model 1878 but may be a Denix replica. A pair of similar guns can be seen in Borowski's store.

For comparison: Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
For comparison: Denix "Wyatt Earp Double Barrel Shotgun, USA 1868" (model 1115) replica
A bandit at the left holds a Coach Gun.
Another view of the same character holding the shotgun.
A Coach Gun leans against the wall in the store.
Another Coach Gun is seen in the gun rack in the store (in center).
A good view of the bandit's shotgun. The general appearance of the gun resembles a Denix replica.
Same bandit (at the left) holds the shotgun in a promotional image.

Gun Racks

Gun racks with various long guns are seen in the Sheriff's office, Borowski's store, and Delarue's house.

The gun rack in the Sheriff's office.
The gun rack in the store. A Coach Gun is seen in center (red arrow) while other guns are mostly Winchester Model 1866 carbines, some or even most of which seem to be Denix replicas.
The gun rack in Delarue's house. The guns are Winchester 1866 carbines, some of which are definitely Denix replicas.

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