Where Eagles Dare
Where Eagles Dare is a 1968 WWII espionage thriller directed by Brian G. Hutton (Kelly's Heroes) and based on the novel by Alistair MacLean (who also wrote the screenplay). Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary Ure star in the film as commandos sent on a mission to infiltrate a German fortress in the Alps and rescue an American Army general.
The following weapons were used in the film Where Eagles Dare:
Throughout the film, nearly all of the Broadsword operators are seen using captured Wehrmacht MP40 submachine guns, and nearly all of the German soldiers guarding the Schloss Adler also use them. In one particularly fun (but highly unrealistic) scene of the film, Lieutenant Schaffer (Clint Eastwood) wields two MP40s - one in each hand - and uses them to mow down attacking German troops. At no point in the film is its stock used.
Both Major Smith (Richard Burton) and Lieutenant Schaffer (Clint Eastwood) are seen using what appear to be Walther PPK pistols (most likely in 7.65mm) fitted with suppressors throughout the film. At one point, General Julius Rosemeyer (Ferdy Mayne) tries to pick up Smith's gun after he drops it, but is killed by Schaffer before he can get off a shot.
Beretta 950 Jetfire
Early on in the film, Mary Ellison (Mary Ure) also carries (but does not fire) a pistol fitted with a suppressor; hers, however, appears to be a Beretta 950 Jetfire, and the suppressor appears to be slightly shorter than those on Smith and Shaffer's PPKs. She leaves it with Heidi before infiltrating the Schloß Adler.
While Lt. Schaffer is trying to holding off the guards in the Schloss Adler while Major Smith is in the radio room trying to call for help, two of the Germans set up an MG42 machine gun and begin firing at him. It is also featured near the climax of the movie when several Germans create a block for the cable car.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Some of the German soldiers fighting Lt. Schaffer attempt to toss Model 24 Stielhandgranate grenades at him, which in typical Hollywood fashion are tossed back (as if the Germans wouldn't be smart enough to delay their throw so that Schaffer couldn't throw them back).
Some of the German guards at Schloss Adler use Karabiner 98k rifles, standard issue to the Wehrmacht in the war, but these are not as common as MP40s (in real life, the reverse should have been true). The gun is only ever fired twice in the movie, by the same soldier, at the end, who dies moments later. Another soldier guarding the armory holds one whilst he is on guard, but is killed by Schaffer before he can fire his Karabiner 98k.
Sten Mk V
A Sten Mk V submachine gun is carried by Colonel Turner (Patrick Wymark) when he arrives at the airfield to greet Broadsword. This particular submachine gun lacks the forward grip, although this part was frequently broken in the field.