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Wrongfully Accused is a 1998 satirical film comedy in the tradition of The Naked Gun and Airplane! film series. Chiefly a parody of The Fugitive (1993), Leslie Nielsen stars as Ryan Harrison, a concert violinist who finds himself a murder suspect after awakening next to a dead body. The film was directed by Pat Proft, who had written or co-written many of the films in the genre, including The Naked Gun trilogy and three films in the Scary Movie film series. The cast included Richard Crenna, Kelly LeBrock, Melinda McGraw, and Michael York.
The following weapons were used in the film Wrongfully Accused:
"Pre-B" CZ 75
Smith & Wesson Model 659
When Ryan is in the fishing store in the village of Hilltop (famous for having "more police per capita than any other place in the world") he encounters CHP Commissioner Hannigan (Maury Hannigan, who was the real-life commissioner of the CHP from 1989 to 1995 and the former host of Real Stories of the Highway Patrol), who can be seen drawing what appears to be an older-model Smith & Wesson 659 without an ambidextrous safety.
Calico M955A (as the "M1-L1 triple-pulse rifle")
Sean Laughrea (Aaron Pearl) uses a multi-barreled weapon that in reality is the "Chinese M1-L1 triple-pulse assault rifle" that had previously been used in the film Deep Rising (which also was released in the same year).
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*
Members of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards carry the Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* rifle fixed with bayonets. While disguised as a guard, Ryan also holds one.
Ithaca Model 37
An Ithaca 37 is used by a state trooper.