A Dear Boy (Dorogoy malchik)
A Dear Boy ( Dorogoy malchik; Russian: Дорогой мальчик ) is a 1974 Soviet music comedy. A group of gangsters kidnaps the son of a Soviet diplomat, Zhora Timokhin, and the son of a millionaire, George Rob-Robson. Realizing their mistake, the scammers decide to return Zhora. However, Zhora was not going to leave a friend in need behind...
The following weapons were used in the film A Dear Boy (Dorogoy malchik):
The Colt M1911A1 pistol seen during George's nightmares. Police officers also carry M1911A1 pistols in the end of the movie, but there are no good high-quality shots where they are clear.
Frank (Rasmi Dzhabrailov) throughout the film carries the FBP m/948 submachine gun and fires it afterwards during the car chase.
The Walther MPL submachine gun appears during the TV reportage about the attack on the bank.
In a deleted scene, Jacqueline (Iren Azer) is seen with M1928A1 Thompson submachine gun. This scene was not included in the movie, although a cartoon M1928A1 appears on the film poster.