The following weapons were used in the film Top Secret!:
Classic Commercial Browning Hi Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
The very short Resistance member Albert Potato (Sydney Arnold
) struggles to shoot out a window that's totally
in his reach.
Colonel von Horst (Warren Clarke) uses a Walther P38 to threaten Nick after he smarts-off in German. Sergeant Kruger (Doug Robinson) also uses one to shoot an informant later.
Walther P38 pistol World War II date of production
Von Horst with his Walther P38.
A close-up of a Walther P38 in Kruger's hand.
French Resistance leader and secret traitor Nigel (Christopher Villiers) uses a Luger P08 when he abducts Hillary Flammond (Lucy Gutteridge) at the climax.
Nigel and Nick grapple over the Luger P08.
During the shootout at the farm between the Resistance members and East German troops, Nick Rivers is given a SIG P210 to use against the Germans.
SIG P210 (1950s Manufacture) - 9x19mm
Nick fires a SIG P210 out the window. With his eyes closed.
Du Quois uses a Unique BCF-66 in the hideout.
Du Quois, holding his BCF-66, alerts the others to the presence of a German grenade.
Colt Single Action Army
Nigel uses a Colt SAA during the firefight in the hideout.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, custom engraved with ivory - .32-20 Winchester
Nigel, holding a silver pearl-handled SAA, takes up position near a mostly-broken window.
In an obvious satire of old B-Movie westerns and gangster movies, Nigel goes for the one unbroken
window, smashes it with his revolver and shoots through that. (In reality smashing ALL of the panes allows you one less obstruction to a target and keeps the enemy's fire from hurling glass shards at you when their fire smashes the pane.)
Charter Arms Undercover
Déjà Vu (Jim Carter) tries to break a window using an early Charter Arms Undercover, only for the barrel to bend. It appears as if a easily bendable tube to the end of the revolver, allowing the barrel to "bend".
Early Model Stainless Charter Arms Undercover - .38 Special
Déjà Vu (Jim Carter
) confusedly looks at his now unusable revolver.
Chocolate Mousse's (Eddie Tagoe) weapon is an M1928 Thompson. During one scene, Chocolate Mousse "loads" his weapon like a musket, even pouring gunpowder and using a ramrod.
M1928 "Tommy Gun" - .45 ACP
Chocolate Mousse loads his Thompson in a...most unusual way.
Chocolate Mousse blasts away at the East Germans.
The MP40 is seen quite frequently in the hands of the East Germans and the French Resistance.
An East German guard on the train platform holding an MP40
Sten Mk II
Sten Mk II Submachine gun - 9mm
Man in the back holds a Sten Mk II Submachine gun. Holding it by the magazine would cause it to jam.
The Karabiner 98k can be seen in the hands of the East Germans.
Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A quite brutal scene greets Nick Rivers as he enters East Germany. Here, German soldiers with Karabiner 98k's apprehend, and later execute, a guy carrying a suspicious package, which is later revealed to contain dog biscuits...
Deja Vu uses an M1 Garand. Also, in when the East Germans attack the Resistance headquarters, a German soldier, for some reason, is using an M1 Garand.
M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
An M1 Carbine can be seen in the hands of at least one of the French Resistance fighters, and later on a Flergendorf Prison guard.
The grey-haired resistance fighter with the M1 Carbine.
An M1 Carbine in the hands of an East German prison guard.
Enfield No.4 Mk.1
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British
Man in the back holds a Lee Enfield No. 4 Mk 1 rifle - .303 British
During the "Skeet Surfin'" scene near the beginning of the movie, the surfers can be seen with a variety of shotguns.
An MG34 is seen mounted on an East German car that chases the heroes after they rescue Hillary's father from Flergendorf Prison.
MG34 on tripod - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The soldier riding in back wields the MG34 (trivia: this is the same mockup of a Mercedes-Benz G5 used in Raiders of the Lost Ark
Another view of the MG34 as the German driver loses control of the vehicle.
The soldier in back continues firing the MG34 even as the car heads wildly out of control and right into a Ford Pinto.
Black Powder Cannon
Chocolate Mousse (Eddie Tagoe) uses a muzzle-loading field cannon during the attack on the French Resistance's headquarters.
The loaded cannon being aimed at Nick and Hillary as they enter the Resistance's hideout
Chocolate Mousse using the cannon as a hand-held weapon