All or Nothing (Pan ili propal)

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All or Nothing (Pan ili propal)
Pan ili propal DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Language Russian
Creator Aleksey Zernov
Broadcast 2004
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 16
Main Cast
Character Actor
Joanna Polanska Elena Safonova
Alicja Hansen Larisa Udovichenko
Zosia Tatyana Kravchenko
Pawel Viktor Bakin
Eduard "Edek" Novicki Valentin Smirnitskiy
Commissioner Lars Muldgaard Sergey Nikonenko
Elzbieta Krzyzanowska Oksana Mysina
Colonel Leh Krzyzanowski Vitaly Solomin
Gerda Gustavsen Vera Novikova
Henrik Gustavsen Oleg Shklovsky



Pan ili propal (a Russian idiom with meaning similar to English "all or nothing", "sink or swim" or "do or die") is a 2004 Russian crime comedy TV series, very loosely based on the novel "Wszystko czerwone" ("All Red") by well known Polish author of crime comedy novels Joanna Chmielewska. During the Christmas holidays Alicja Hansen, a Pole living in Denmark, gathers her relatives and friends, mostly Polish, on her villa. During the celebrity, one of the guests is found murdered. Inspector Muldgaard begins the investigation.

Pan ili propal was started in 1996 together with Chto skazal pokoynik, adaptation of another novel by Joanna Chmielewska. But the production was stopped due to some reasons, completed only in 2003 and released next year.

The following weapons were used in the television series All or Nothing (Pan ili propal):

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Contents


Revovlers

Colt Python

In the climactic scene in the final episode, Danish police Commissioner Lars Muldgaard (Sergey Nikonenko) draws a Colt Python.

Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Muldgaard draws his Python.
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He fires.

Bruni Olympic 6

When Commissioner Lars Muldgaard (Sergey Nikonenko) makes the ambush in the hospital, he is armed with a Bruni Olympic 6 revolver, used as a stand-in for snub nose Colt or Smith & Wesson.

Bruni Olympic 6 with composite grips - .22 blanks
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Muldgaard surprises the masked killer.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

When uninvited guests - Boleslav and Kasya - arrive in Alicja's house at night, they are surprised by plainclothes police officers in ambush. One of the officers is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
A police officer (Viktor Nizovoy) holds Kasya at gunpoint. The S&W cylinder release is partially seen.
Another view of the revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 10HB

In the same scene another plainclothes police officer is armed with Smith & Wesson Model 10HB revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special
A police officer (uncredited) holds Boleslav at gunpoint.
Another view of the revolver.
One more view of the revolver.
The general view of the scene.

NAA Mini Revolver

In the climactic scene in the final episode, Gerda Gustavsen (Vera Novikova) draws an NAA Mini Revolver.

NAA Mini Revolver - .22 Magnum
Gerda takes Alicja as hostage.
A view from the muzzle.
A perfect view of the revolver.
A close-up reveals the manufacturer labeling.

Pistols

Heckler & Koch P7

A Danish police inspector (Mikhail Beskorovayny), the person on duty in Alicja's house, carries a Heckler & Koch P7 pistol.

Heckler & Koch P7 - 9x19mm
The police inspector with his pistol in hand is seen in the opening credits.
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The inspector draws his pistol, hearing suspicious sound.
A good view of the P7. The shape of the rear sight and the trigger guard as well as thin grips allows to identify the pistol as the original single-stack PSP/P7 rather than later double-stack versions.
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The inspector loads his pistol in another scene.

Heckler & Koch USP

In one scene in police precinct, an inspector carries a pistol in holster. It is supposed to be a Heckler & Koch USP that is a service firearm of the Danish police (the TV series were partially filmed in Denmark, so real Danish police could appear in screen).

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
The grip of the pistol in shoulder holster is seen.

Unidentified pistols

In the opening scene, a number of Danish police officers aim their pistols at the boat, used by Svendsen. An officer at the right, near the police car, holds some long gun, possibly a shotgun.
When one of the supposed victims turned out to be alive, a police officer aims his pistol at "revived dead man".
The police officer draws the pistol but Commissioner Muldgaard stops his hand.
A police officer holds a pistol during the arrest of Torsten Johnson.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

When Velaskes is escorted to his secret cache, several police officers carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns. MP5A3s are also seen during the arrest of Torsten Johnson.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
Two police officers with MP5A3 guard Velaskes in the elevator.
Police officers with MP5A3 on the rooftop.
Police officers react on Velaskes' escape. The officers at the left and center hold submachine guns while the one at the right is armed with an unidentified pump action shotgun.
One of the police officers, holding arrested Johnson, carries an MP5A3 SMG. Another MP5 is seen at the top right.
A close-up of the barrel and handguard of the MP5.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

In the climactic scene in the final episode, a plainclothes Danish police detective holds a Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine gun. Arrested crime boss Dmitrievich aka Velaskes (Sergey Zhigunov) demands the gun under the threat of Alicja's life. Later the MP5K is taken by Gerda Gustavsen (Vera Novikova).

Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
A detective at the left holds an MP5K.
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Velaskes takes the submachine gun while Greta holds Alicja as hostage.
Greta grabs the MP5K from Velaskes' dead hand and tries to shoot herself.
She is disarmed by Torsten Johnson (Vladimir Simonov).

Uzi

In the same scene, another plainclothes police detective holds an Uzi.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
The detective in grey coat at the right holds an Uzi, escorting Velaskes.
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Another view of the Uzi in hands of the detective.

Shotguns

Unidentified shotguns

When Velaskes is escorted to his cache, several Danish police officers hold pump action shotguns. At least two different models are seen, with buttstock and with pistol grip. A shotgun is also seen in hands of a police officer during the ambush in the hospital. These shotguns are possibly not real guns but some replicas, maybe airsoft guns.

Two police officers with shotguns in a minivan.
A police officer at the entrance of the building holds a shotgun.
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A police officer at the background holds a shotgun.
Police officers react on Velaskes' escape. The officers at the left and center hold MP5A3 submachine guns while the one at the right is armed with an unidentified pump action shotgun with pistol grip.
During the ambush in the hospital, one of the plainclothes police officers holds a shotgun with pistol grip. This shotgun may be a SPAS-12 but it's only a guess.

Rifles and Assault Rifles

Colt Model 654

In the opening scene Ole Svendsen (Vladimir Yavorsky) fires an AR-15 Carbine at Velaskes. The gun has slickside upper and full fence lower, so Colt Model 654 seems to be the best guess.

Colt Model 654 "M16A1 Carbine", the export model of the Model 653 without forward assist - 5.56x45mm
Svendsen with M16 in hands stands on the deck of a boat in the harbor of Copenhagen and watches Velaskes on the waterfront.
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Svendsen readies his M16. Slickside upper and full fence lower are seen.
He fires at Velaskes.
A general view of the gun allows to see the telescoping stock.

Heckler & Koch G3

In the climactic scene in the final episode, two Danish police officers hold Heckler & Koch G3 rifles. This is an early version with slimline handguard. Danish military used license produced G3A5 (nearly exact copy of G3A3), known in Danish service as the Gv M/66.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with slimline handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO. This example is equipped with Olive-Drab colored furniture.
The barrel of the G3 is seen at the left.
A police officer in center holds the G3.
Another police officer with the G3.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Sniper Rifle (sporterized)

Torsten Johnson (Vladimir Simonov) fires a sporterized version of Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Sniper Rifle.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Sniper Rifle with PU 3.5x sniper scope and down turned bolt handle - 7.62x54mm R
Johnson ajusts the PU sniper scope.
Turned down bolt handle and sniper scope are seen.
The muzzle and front sight are seen.
Johnson fires.
Johnson surrenders to police. Note the short "sporter" handguard of his rifle.

Mosin Nagant Rifle (mocked up as musket)

During the theatrical performance of the significantly modernized play "Macbeth", a number of muskets are seen on the theater scene. These muskets turn out to be Mosin Nagant Rifles with removed magazines and fitted with barrel bands of Russian Infantry Musket M1845. Some rifles are also fitted with mockup locks, maybe flintlocks.

For comparison: Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mm R
For comparison: Russian percussion cap musket M1845 - .70
Top barrel bands of three mockup muskets are seen.
The general look of the mockup muskets allow to guess that these are visually modified Mosin Nagant rifles.

Other Weapons

F-1 Hand Grenade

In one scene a petty criminal Anatole Zapolski (Pavel Remezov), confronting Stanislaw Wershillo (Maksim Sukhanov), tries to threaten him with a hand grenade but Wershillo easily takes the weapon from Zapolski. The grenade looks similar to F-1 hand grenade, has black body that is standard for Soviet practice grenades but the shape of the body differs from URG, a practice version of F-1. Very possibly this is some dummy version. A different F-1 grenade, also with black body, is used as a booby trap in Velaskes' cache. A grenade is also seen in the scene when the circumstances of the attempted murders are recreated.

URG F-1 practice grenade.
Wershillo holds the grenade, hanging on a string (the grenade isn't seen in hands of Zapolski).
A grenade in Velaskes' cache.
Velaskes removes the grenade and throws it to a police officer.
Scene recreating the attempted murder shows Torsten Johnson (Vladimir Simonov) planting an F-1 as a booby trap. The inscription on the paper, attached to the grenade, is Russian "ะค-1" (F-1).
Another view of the grenade. This must be the same prop that is seen in Velaskes' cache, different from the grenade, hold by Wershillo.

M72 LAW

Stanislaw Wershillo (Maksim Sukhanov) demonstrates an M72 LAW rocket launcher to Velaskes as a "means of persuasion".

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
Wershillo takes the LAW from the bag.
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He extends the tube.
Wershillo holds the LAW.

Harpoon Gun

An air harpoon gun is used in one attempt on Alicja.

The killer aims the harpoon.
The harpoon gun hangs on a rope from the window after the killer escaped.
Scene recreating the attempted murder shows Torsten Johnson (Vladimir Simonov) holding the spear gun.


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