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The Wolfman is a 2010 remake of the 1941 film of the same name. The film stars Benicio del Toro as Lawrence Talbot, a man who returns to his home after his brother's murder, only to be bitten by a werewolf. The film's supporting cast includes Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt and Hugo Weaving.
The following weapons were used in the film The Wolfman:
Webley "WG" Army Model
Inspector Francis Aberline (Hugo Weaving) uses a Webley "WG" Army Model revolver as his sidearm throughout the film. Chief of police Colonel Montford (Nicholas Day) also uses one during the attack at the gypsy camp. Gwen Conliffe (Emily Blunt) also uses Inspector Aberline's revolver briefly during the climax.
Webley "WG" Army Model - .455 Webley
Inspector Aberline (Hugo Weaving
) tries to shoot The Wolfman before Gwen pushes him away.
Inspector Aberline's Webley lies on the floor.
Gwen raises the Webley to shoot.
Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873
Several Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 revolvers are used by both the police and locals in Blackmoor during the werewolf hunt, including MacQueen (Clive Russell).
N.B. Hugo Weaving's character, Francis Aberline, is based on real-life Scotland Yard Inspector Frederick Abberline, the lead investigator of the Jack the Ripper murders; Russell plays Abberline in several episodes of Ripper Street.
Chamelot-Delvigne Mle. 1873 (blued) - 11mm
MacQueen (Clive Russell
) aims down into the hole the men trapped the Wolfman in.
Enfield Mk II Revolver
An Enfield Mk II revolver is used by Montford (Nicholas Day) during the unsuccessful werewolf hunt.
Enfield Mk II revolver - .476 Enfield
Colonel Montford (Nicholas Day
) sinks into quicksand whilst holding his revolver.
As the Wolfman approaches, Montford attempts to commit suicide but the gun is empty.
The Wolfman beheads Montford as he still holds the empty revolver.
Constable Nye (David Schofield) carries a Webley Bulldog during the attack on the gypsy camp. Inspector Aberline's (Hugo Weaving) partner Carter (Shaun Smith) also carries a Bulldog as his sidearm, and uses it in several scenes.
Webley Bulldog - .32 caliber
Constable Nye searches for the werewolf with his Webley Bulldog at the ready.
Constable Nye holds his Bulldog.
Carter (second from right) and several rifle-wielding policemen fire at the Wolfman.
Carter and Aberline hunt for Lawrence in Gwen's father's antique shop.
Holland & Holland Paradox
Sir John Talbot (Anthony Hopkins) uses this gun on a couple occasions. Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro) also handles the gun. It is possible that the rifle used in the movie is not a Holland & Holland Paradox and that the weapon thought to be a Paradox is actually an Eight Bore shotgun. See the discussion page.
Holland & Holland Paradox - 10 Gauge.
Sir John Talbot (Anthony Hopkins
) with his double. Note the loading underlever.
Singh's (Art Malik
) custom silver ammunition for the gun.
Close up of the shotgun as Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro
) loads it with silver bullets. Notice the express sights.
Lawrence Talbot loads the shotgun.
Lawrence holds the gun at his father.
Martini Henry Mk. III Sporterized
Dr. Lloyd (Michael Cronin) uses a professionally sporterized Martini-Henry Mk. III against The Wolfman in the gypsy camp. It can be identified as a Greener-modified gun by the large cocking lever. Abandoning his own rifle, Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro) also picks one up during the gypsy camp attack earlier in the film and uses it in his pursuit of the werewolf. Sir John Talbot (Anthony Hopkins) also has a sporterized Martini among his gun collection. Lawrence Talbot grabs this rifle when he follows his father to the crypt.
Martini-Henry modified by the famous London gunsmith J. Rigby - .577-.450 caliber
Lawrence takes aim at the fleeing werewolf.
Lawrence fires at the fleeing werewolf.
The werewolf attacks Lawrence at the ruins.
Sporterized Martini-Henry in action.
Note the Martini in between the Snider and the Holland & Holland.
Lawrence gets his gun stuck in the crypt, briefly before turning into a werewolf.
The Martini above the Holland & Holland.
Martini-Henry Mk. IV
Martini-Henry Mk. IV Rifles are used by Inspector Aberline's (Hugo Weaving) men, identifiable by the unique receivers of the rifles. Policemen most notably wield them in London.
Martini-Henry Mk. IV (1888-1889) - .577-.450 caliber
Carter (with a Webley Bulldog
) and several officers shoot at the Wolfman in London.
A London constable takes aim with his rifle.
Aberline's men all hold Martini-Henry rifles during the briefing in Blackmoor's tavern after the hunt in London.
Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro) uses a Lee-Speed Sporter during the gypsy camp attack. He brings it with him to the camp on a horse-saddle, but tosses it aside rescuing a woman and later appropriates a dead man's rifle.
Lawrence Talbot aims the rifle.
After scaring off some men from town who want to take in Lawrence, Sir John Talbot (Anthony Hopkins) puts his shotgun on the wall along with his other rifles, the one on the very top looks like a sporterized Snider-Enfield Rifle.
Double Barrel Shotgun
Some of the men at the gypsy camp and at the trap with the deer in the forest use 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns.
Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge
A townsman holds his shotgun at the gypsy camp, moments before being mauled by the Wolfman.
MacQueen (Clive Russell
) stands guard with his shotgun in the crook of his arm.
Two hunters armed with shotguns.