An Ordinary Miracle (Obyknovennoye chudo)
An Ordinary Miracle (Обыкновенное чудо, Obyknovennoye chudo) is a 1978 two-part Soviet musical television film. Screen adaptation of the theatrical play of the same name by Evgeny Schwartz. This is the second adaptation of the play, the first was filmed in 1964.
The Wizard, in order to entertain himself and his wife, invents fairy tales. The heroes of fairy tales come to life, come to his house and begin to live their own lives. Many years ago, the Wizard came up with a "reverse fairy tale": he turned the bear into a man, and decided that man would return to its original state when the princess fell in love with him and kissed him. And so the young man - a former bear - returns to the Wizard and meets a girl in his house, whom he really liked. To his horror, she turned out to be a princess; The Wizard made it so that the King, who was ride passing by with his daughter and retinue, went to Wizard's estate.
The following weapons were used in the film An Ordinary Miracle (Obyknovennoye chudo):
The Bear (Aleksandr Abdulov) can be seen using Russian M1854 Naval percussion cap pistol. Another similar pistol can be seen in the hads of the King (Evgeni Leonov). Princess (Evgeniya Simonova) and Minister Administrator (Andrey Mironov) this pistols.
Two Flintlock Pistol were hanged on the wall.
Hunter (Vsevolod Larionov) carries a double barreled shotgun (supposed to be a TOZ-BM in 16 Gauge) throughout the movie. At the one moment, this gun can be seen in the hands of his apprentice (Andrey Leonov) and Princess (Evgeniya Simonova).
IZh-17 (Sawn-Off, mocked up as flintlock pistol)
Two sawn-off IZh-17 shotguns were hunged on the wall. It's seems, that it's mocked up as flintlock pistols.