Golden Mine (Zolotaya mina)
Golden Mine (Zolotaya mina) is a Soviet 1978 (filmed 1977) made for TV two-part detective movie directed by Yevgeni Tatarsky. What starts as an investigation of a road accident leads Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) detectives under the command of Col. Zarubin to the traces of dangerous criminal Brunov who escaped from jail, underwent a plastic surgery to hide his identity and currently hunts for the treasure that was hidden by him years ago.
The following weapons were used in the film Golden Mine (Zolotaya mina):
Militsia Col. Konstantin Ivanovich Zarubin (Mikhail Gluzskiy) is seen with a Makarov PM pistol. A PM is seized from arrested Brunov who carries his gun in concealment shoulder holster of Militsia pattern (such holsters were known as "operative").
Detectives Nikolay Ilyich Litvinenko (Igor Efimov) and Igor Lokhov (Igor Dobryakov) carry TT-33 pistols that in reality were long removed from Militsia service. TT pistols are also used by criminals Filipp Grishanin (Adolf Ilyin) and Gurgen Gasparyan alias Ervand Meliksetyan (Georgy Chepchyan).