Time for Murder was a British anthology series which ran for six episodes in late 1985. The series featured six unrelated 50-minute stories from six renown writers, all with different casts, but also obviously all shot on the same redressed sets.
The following weapons were used in the television series Time for Murder:
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Belgian Pocket Revolver
A Belgian Pocket Revolver on unknown caliber is featured in "The Murders at Lynch Cross" (E2).
Belgian Lady's Pocket Revolver - .22 LR
The pocket revolver lying on a table is the first thing seen in "The Murders at Lynch Cross" (E2).
Harry Scott-Forbes with the revolver.
Hester Peters (Joanna David
) threatens Sonia Barrington (Jill Bennett) with the revolver.
Hester Peters with the revolver.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Sarah Penwarden (Amanda Root) uses a Double Barreled Shotgun in "This Lightning Always Strikes Twice" (E3).
1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge
Sarah Penwarden brings in a double barreled shotgun in "This Lightning Always Strikes Twice" (E3).
Sarah Penwarden prepares to fire both barrels. Due to the low TV budget, the camera cuts away before the shotgun is fired off-screen.
The shotgun lying on the ground after Sarah fires both barrels.
Webley Mk IV
A Webley Mk IV "Duty" model is used by Sonia (a heavily made-up Jane Asher) in "Bright Smiler" (E4).
Webley Mk IV, 4" barreled "Duty" model .38 S&W
Sonia pulls the trigger while pointing the Webley at Avon Eve (Janet Suzman). Luckily for Avon, the hammer fell upon an empty chamber.
Sonia ejects the three rounds that were loaded. These are clearly .38 rather than .455 rounds.
Avon spies the Webley in Sonia's pocket.
Enfield No. 2
An Enfield No. 2 is used by both Evelyn Smith (Elizabeth Spriggs) and Richard Smith (John Wheatley) in "The Thirteenth Day of Christmas" (E6).
Enfield No. 2 Mk I. Original configuration with spurred hammer - .38 S&W
A closeup of the Enfield in Evelyn's hands.
Richard Smith (John Wheatley
) with the Enfield after taking it away from Evelyn.
A closeup of the other side of the Enfield in Richard's hand.
"The Murders at Lynch Cross" (E2) has a brief shot of a gun cabinet in the parlor of the Scott-Forbes bed and breakfast.
There's at least two flintlocks and two revolvers. The revolver on the bottom right appears to be a Webley RIC