Bezymyannyy Island (Ostrov Bezymyannyy)
Bezymyannyy Island (Ostrov Bezymyannyy) is a Soviet 1946 B&W war drama directed by Adolf Bergunker and Mikhail Yegorov. In 1943 Soviet weather and radio direction station is located on frozen Bezymyannyy Island in Arctic. Young female Asya Moskalyova, a meteorologist, starts her service on the station. Having survived a heavy winter and attacks of German air and navy forces, Asya finds her love, a polar aviator Platon Maleev.
The following weapons were used in the film Bezymyannyy Island (Ostrov Bezymyannyy):
During the attack of German plane on the weather station Petin (uncredited) fires a PPSh-41. PPSh SMGs are briefly hold by Soviet pilots and sailors in several scenes.
The personnel of langing group from German submarine is armed with MP40s. Asya Moskalyova (Nina Mazaeva) graps an MP40 of wounded German sailor (Oleg Zhakov) and uses it (this scene is filmed in complete darkness, and only muzzle flashes are seen).
Mosin Nagant M1891
The personnel of the weather station disposed a Degtyaryov DP-27 light machine gun. It is used by Sudarev (Vladimir Maryev) during the air bombardment and by Nikolay Kirillovich Krasinskiy (Yuriy Tolubeev) during the repulse of German landing group.
Twin Browning AN/M2 is mounted in nose turret on the Catalina flying boat.
Browning M2 Aircraft
Twin Browning M2 Aircraft on AA mounting is mounted on Soviet Navy Project 122 submarine chaser. These guns were supplied via lend-lease and mounted on many Soviet ships in addition to domestic AA guns.
37-mm 70-K naval AA autocannons are mounted on Soviet Navy Project 122 submarine chaser.
Catalina flying boats appear in several scenes in the movie. Two versions are seen: PBY-6A and PBN-1.
A Tu-2 bomber is seen on airfield.
A Ju 87 dive bomber is seen in documentary footage.
A Ju 88 bomber is seen in documentary footage.
A Project 122 submarine chaser under the command of Capt. Lt. Tkachenko plays a significant role in the movie. It is armed with a 85-mm 90-K dual purpose gun, three 37-mm 70-K autocannons and several machine guns.
Soviet Navy Gnevny-class destroyers are seen in documentary footage.