The Whole Nine Yards (2000)
The Whole Nine Yards is a 2000 crime comedy directed by Jonathan Lynn and starring Matthew Perry as a mild-mannered dentist who discovers that his new next door neighbor is in reality the former mob hitman known as Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudesky (Bruce Willis). The film would spawn a 2004 sequel, The Whole Ten Yards.
The following weapons were used in the film The Whole Nine Yards:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudesky (Bruce Willis) uses a Ruger P89 as his weapon of choice in the film.
Jimmy greets Oz (Matthew Perry
) in Chicago with his Ruger P89 in his lap.
Jimmy runs a bore mop through the barrel of his Ruger P89.
Jimmy cleans his Ruger P89.
Jimmy releases his slide in a rather threatening matter as tells Oz how he would hate to have to kill him.
Another shot of the same scene.
Jimmy says his goodbyes to Janni before putting a bullet in his head.
Jimmy shoots down Special Agent Steve Hanson with his Ruger P89. The shots are silenced but the gun is clearly not fitted with a suppressor.
Jimmy points his Ruger P89 at Oz on the boat.
Jimmy trains his Ruger P89 on Oz. Note the big grin on Frankie Figg's (Michael Clark Duncan
) face, soon to be removed once the gun is turned on him instead.
After killing Figgs, Jimmy carelessly tosses his Ruger P89 into the river. No respect.
Jill St. Claire (Amanda Peet) chooses a Walther PPK from Jimmy's collection as her weapon of choice in the film. She is seen using the pistol after providing a distraction. Quoted from the film as Jimmy and her discuss the gun:
- Jill: "You don't like the Walther?"
- Jimmy: "I think you should go with what you're comfortable with."
- Jill: "It's what James Bond uses."
- Jimmy: "Really?"
- Jill: "Yeah."
Walther PPK - .380 ACP. (Version in film has extended grip magazine).
Jill gets the feel for the Walther PPK.
Jill aims her PPK at Janni.
Jill fires the PPK, which appears to be a flashpaper gun.
Jill tells Frankie to keep his hands to himself.
"Can I help you?"
Jill hangs out a window with the Walther.
Jill tosses her PPK into the river. Does anyone respect their weapon?
Franklin "Frankie Figgs" Figueroa (Michael Clark Duncan) uses a nickel plated Desert Eagle Mark XIX (which looks like a flashpaper prop) as his weapon of choice in the film, although he never fires it.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE
"You know, I can't think of nothing finer than a fine naked woman holding a gun."
Figgs keeps his Desert Eagle in a shoulder holster. Note how the magazine looks like it is molded to the grip, another hint it is likely a flashpaper gun.
Figgs tries to calm down Jimmy after he learns that Oz slept with his ex-wife.
Figgs points his Desert Eagle at Oz outside the dentist's office.
Smith & Wesson 5904
Two Smith & Wesson 5904 pistols are seen on Jimmy's table when he has all his weapons sprawled out. Special Agent Steve Hanson (Harland Williams) keeps one as his issued sidearm.
Late Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9x19mm. The early model 5904 pistols had the finger step trigger guard, but S&W changed it to the rounded trigger guard for 'ease of production'.
A 5904 frame is seen bottom left and another to the right. Since the magazine well looks too small, this appears to be an airsoft replica. To the left of that airsoft is Jimmy's Ruger P89 frame, to the right of it is a Jericho 941 "Baby Eagle"
frame and above that is a Steyr GB
Jill holds a Smith & Wesson 5904 in her left hand.
Agent Hanson with his 5904 drawn.
Hanson with his 5904 drawn.
Janni Gogolak (Kevin Pollak) uses a SIG-Sauer P228 fitted with a sound suppressor when he goes to kill Jimmy in his house. Later, Sergeant Buchanan (Sean Devine) is see drawing his P228 when he enters Jimmy's house after the shootout.
Janni threads a suppressor on his P228 when preparing to kill Jimmy.
Close up on Yanni's P228.
Janni gets shot in the throat by Jill with his P228 in hand.
Sgt. Buchanan draws his P228.
One of Janni's thugs is armed with a Glock 17 fitted with an extended barrel to thread a suppressor.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
One of Janni's thugs threads a suppressor on his Glock 17. Note how this gun has been adapted to fire blanks.
The same thug is seen with his suppressed Glock 17.
One of Janni's thugs is armed with a Makarov PM fitted with a sound suppressor.
Commercially imported Makarov PM by Baikal called the IJ-70 - 9mm Makarov
One of Janni's thugs locks a suppressor on his Makarov PM.
Janni is briefly seen holding an M1911A1 when in Jimmy's house, for some reason replacing his SIG P228 in that scene. It appears to be the same M1911A1 seen in the briefcase. An M1911A1 variant (appears to be based off specifically a Colt Mk IV Series 70 by the grips) can also be seen sitting in a mail box in the DVD menu.
Colt M1911A1 Mk. IV Series 70 - .45 ACP
Janni with a suppressed M1911A1.
An M1911A1 is seen in a mail box in the DVD menu.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
A guard outside Janni's mansion is seen restraining a dog on a leash while holding a Heckler & Koch MP5A3. The distance makes confirmation difficult.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
A guard at Janni's house with what appears to be a Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
Janni transports several guns hidden under his luggage to Montreal when he leaves Chicago in search of Jimmy. While airport security would likely have found this amount of weaponry hidden, movie logic contradicts this.
Right Side of suitcase:Sawed-off Shotgun
, a suppressed Colt Delta Elite (noted by the red Delta logo on the wraparound grips), a Ruger SP-101
, and at the top, strangely, a pen mace.