Two Half-Times in Hell
Two Half-Times in Hell (a.k.a. The Last Goal. Original title:Két Félidő a Pokolban) is a 1961 Hungarian movie directed by Zoltán Fábri. The movie is set in 1944, in the Ukraine, where the Hungarian army uses jews and political prisoners in labor units to do forced labor. Among the prisoners is Ónódi (Imre Sinkovits), a former soccer player, who is ordered to form a team from the prisoners to play against a German team on Hitler's birthday.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Two Half-Times in Hell:
Cpl. Csorba (Antal Farkas) threatens Ónódi with a FEG 37M (which was the standard sidearm of the Hungarian army during WW2).
The German general shoots Steiner (Dezső Garas) with a Frommer Stop.
Most Hungarian soldiers carry anachronistic Király 50M sub-machine guns. When the prisoners escape Rácz (Tibor Molnár) knocks out Csorba and takes away his smg. He later gets shot, when he tries to use it.
Most German soldiers are armed with MP-40 sub-machine guns.
Some of the Hungarian soldiers, and some of the Germans as well, are armed with Mannlicher 31M rifles.