Aleksandr Abdulov

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Aleksandr Abdulov (1953-2008) holds a Percussion Cap Pistol as The Bear in An Ordinary Miracle (Obyknovennoye chudo) (1978).
Aleksandr Abdulov with a custom sniper rifle as Ivan "The Mute" in Shizofreniya (1997).

Aleksandr Gavrilovich Abdulov (May 29, 1953 – January 3, 2008) was a prominent Soviet and Russian actor. His most notable roles are The Bear in An Ordinary Miracle (Obyknovennoye chudo) (1978), Mitya in Don't Leave Your Lovers (S lyubimymi ne rasstavaytes) (1979), Jacob in Formula of Love (Formula lyubvi) (1984), Lancelot in Kill the Dragon (Ubit drakona) (1988) and Nenashev in Genius (1991). In 1991 Abdulov was awarded the title of People's Artist of Russia. He died of lung cancer in 2008, aged 54.

Aleksandr Abdulov can be seen using the following weapons in the following films and television series:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Russian M1854 Naval percussion cap pistol The Bear An Ordinary Miracle (Obyknovennoye chudo) 1978
Luger P08 Dole Secrets of Madame Wong (Tayny madam Vong) Standard and suppressed 1986
Beretta M1934
Makarov PM Yura Artykhov Living Target (Zhivaja mishen) 1990
Uzi
Matchlock Musket Andreas Berkenhofer Gold 1992
Percussion Dueling Pistol Andrey Yakovlevich Rokshin The Black Veil (Chyornaya vual) 1995
Custom sniper rifle Ivan "The Mute" Schizophrenia (Shizofreniya) Visually modified Saiga-12K 1997
Unknown revolver Probably MTsRG-1 or RSL-1
Makarov PM

Television

Gun Character Title Note Date
Nagant M1895 Black Cat gand member The Age of Mercy 1979
Remington 1858 New Army Bob Tar In Search for Captain Grant Cartridge Conversion 1986
Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model Bob Tar In Search for Captain Grant 1986



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