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Umbrella Coup (Le Coup du parapluie)
Umbrella Coup (Le coup du parapluie) is a 1980 French comedy directed by Gérard Oury. Gregoire Lecomte (Pierre Richard) is an unemployed actor who tries to get the small role of an assassin in a movie. He enters accidentally into the office of a Mafia boss and receives a contract - kill arms dealer Otto Krampe (Gert Fröbe) in Saint Tropez. While for Gregoire everything seems like the scenario of a movie, the real killer Moskowitz (Gordon Mitchell) who finally gets this kill job, follows the actor's footsteps and try to kill him. On Gregoire hangs also provocative blonde Bunny (Valérie Mairesse), in reality inspector Sylvette from French counter-intelligence.
The following weapons were used in the film Umbrella Coup (Le Coup du parapluie):
Hitman Moskovitz (Gordon Mitchell) initially owned a SIG P210 pistol, but when he first attempts to kill Lecomte, loses this gun.
Moskovitz (Gordon Mitchell) used a Armalite AR-7 lightweight survival rifle with custom short-barreled, hidden in the trunk of his car.
Moskovitz (Gordon Mitchell) is later seen also with a Bruni 1911 mocked as Colt M1911A1 pistol.
Krampe's bodyguard called 'The doctor' (Mike Marshall) is equipped with an Franchi Para carbine with optical sight.
Smith & Wesson Model 38
Inspector Sylvette (Valérie Mairesse) carries in her purse a Smith & Wesson Model 38 revolver.
MAB Model D
Some Police officers at the scene of murder holds in hand their sidearms - MAB Model D.
French policemen are armed also with a MAT-49 submachine guns.