Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse, The
The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (Die 1000 Augen des Dr. Mabuse) is a 1960 psychological thriller, the last directorial project from famed German director Fritz Lang (M, Metropolis, You Only Live Once, The Big Heat). The investigations conducted by the West Berlin police into a number of murders, suicides and accidents converge at one point - at the Luxor Hotel.
NHM Model 9
Mondial Model 1900 Starter Pistol
Marion Menil (Dawn Addams) owns a nickel plated Mondial Model 1900 starter pistol depicting a live pocket gun. During the confrontation with Roberto Menil (Reinhard Kolldehoff), Henry B. Travers (Peter van Eyck) shoots the gun.
Dreyse Model 1907
Mabuse's henchmen - the hotel detective Berg (Andrea Checchi), the hotel engineer (Albert Bessler), and Cornelius' butler (Jean-Jacques Delbo) - use Dreyse Model 1907 pistols in several scenes. Dr. Mabuse (Wolfgang Preiss) himself also holds a Dreyse M1907. A Dreyse M1907 is Kriminalkommissar Kras' (Gert Fröbe) handgun.
Hieronymus B. Mistelzweig (Werner Peters) uses a Walther PPK during the shootout with Mabuse's henchmen in the hotel. During the car chase, Kriminalkommissar Kras (Gert Fröbe) is armed with a Walther PPK instead of a Dreyse Model 1907 that he lost during the previous encounter in the hotel (supposedly Kras takes a PPK from one of his subordinates).
Sten Mk V
During the final car chase, No. 12 (Howard Vernon) fires a Sten Mk V, identified by the pistol grip and the front sights. The submachine gun lacks the foregrip and is fitted with a custom wooden buttstock of different shape than the standard one.
Frühwirth Model 1872
Several policemen who are blocking the bridge can be seen wielding incredibly outdated Austrian Gendarmerie-Repetiergewehr System Frühwirth M1872 Carbines. These rifles have Mannlicher M1890 Carbine style barrels with the rear part of Kropatschek Rifles. Frühwirth carbines can be seen in a number of German films of late 1950s-early 1960s.
Policemen on the bridge carry bolt action rifles of several models that are unclear.
No. 12 (Howard Vernon) shoots a fictional assault rifle that is described as a brand new gun that has been stolen from a research facility. It shoots thin needles. The movie prop is made from various parts, some of those are supposedly taken from real guns.
Note: Fritz Lang's films are highlighted in bold.