Az oroszlán ugrani készül

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Az oroszlán ugrani készül
Azoroszlánugranikészül.jpg
Theatrical poster
Country HUN.jpg Hungary
Directed by György Révész
Release Date 1969
Language Hungarian
Studio MAFILM
Main Cast
Character Actor
Prof. Otto Klauberg Andor Ajtay
Helga Irén Psota
Menő Fej István Bujtor
Eva Klauberg Ilona Medveczky


Az oroszlán ugrani készül is a Hungarian espionage/comedy film. Professor Otto Klauberg, who worked on a biological weapon in a concentration camp during WW2, is released from prison. A group of Nazis, led by Boger, wants to get the existing stock of the bio weapon that is hid near Dubrovnik. Hungarian agent Menő Fej tries to prevent the weapon from falling into the hands of the Nazis.

Note: There is no English title for the movie on IMDB, so it is listed here under it's original title.



The following weapons were used in the film Az oroszlán ugrani készül:

Contents


Handguns

Luger P08

Pikó (László Papp) takes two Luger P08s out of a suitcase, but later puts them back. Godó (József Madaras) also carries a Luger at one point, but as a continuity mistake, it turns into a Zastava M57.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm.
Pikó holds a Luger in his hands. Another Luger is next to him on the top of the box, next to a Colt M1911A1.

M1911A1

Joó (Béla Janka) carries a Colt M1911A1 pistol. Pikó also takes a Colt out of a suitcase along with two Lugers, but puts it back.

War time issued (WW2) Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 acp
Joó watches the criminals' hideout with a Colt in his hand.
The Colt is on the top of the box, next to the Luger.

Rast & Gasser M1898 Army Revolver

Helga (Irén Psota) carries an Austrian Rast & Gasser revolver throughout the movie.

Austrian Rast Gasser 1898 - 8 x 27mm Gasser.
Helga with her Gasser revolver.
Helga points her Gasser revolver at professor Klauberg.

Zastava M57

Both Piko and Godó carry Zastava M57 pistols. Professor Klauberg (Andor Ajtay) takes away Godó's gun after he kills him. Later Menő Fej (István Bujtor) takes the same gun and shoots Klauberg with it. While the M57 looks the same as the TT, it is safe to say that the guns in the movie are actually Yugoslavian M57s, as the movie was filmed in Yugoslavia.

Zastava M57 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Pikó on the left holds a Zastava M57.
Menő Fej takes Klauberg's gun from his pocket.

Beretta M1934

Boger (József Szendrő) carries a Beretta M1934 throughout the movie.

Beretta M1934 pistol.
Borger puts his Beretta in his shoulder holster. Note: The screen is intentionally in sepiatone.
Borger looks for professor Klauberg. Again, the screen is intentionally blue.

Submachine Guns

PPSh-41

Several of Boger's men carry PPSh-41 submachine guns. Menő Fej uses one he took from one of the guards, and several Yugoslavian agents also carry this type of gun. Note, that the PPShs in the movie are all 9mm conversions.

PPSh-41 with 9mm conversion
Pikó with a PPSh-41.
Menő Fej, holding a PPSh-41.
Menő Fej grabs the cook's SMG.

MP-40

Both of Boger's men and Yugoslavian agents carry MP40 SMGs.

MP-40 SMG
One of Boger's men with an MP40.
Another of Boger's men with an MP40.

Thompson M1928

Some of Boger's men carry Thompson M1928 submachine guns with 30-round box magazines.

M1928 "Tommy Gun" - .45 ACP with 50-round drum magazine
One of Boger's men with a Tommy gun.
The same guard, from another angle.

Thompson M1A1

Some of Boger's men carry Thompson M1A1 submachine guns. Menő Fej also brings a Thompson wrapped in plastic with him when he swims to the island.

M1A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine .45 ACP
One of Boger's men with an M1A1.
Menő Fej gets out of the water, carrying a Thompson wrapped in plastic.
Menő Fej with his Thompson, now unwrapped.



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