Businessmen (Delovye lyudi)

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Businessmen (Delovye lyudi)
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DVD Cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Leonid Gaidai
Release Date 1963
Language Russian
Studio Mosfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
"Shark" Dodson Vladlen Paulus
Bob Tidball Aleksandr Shvorin
The burglar Yuri Nikulin
The citizen Rostislav Plyatt
Sam Georgi Vitsin‎
Bill Driscoll Aleksei Smirnov
Johnny Dorset, The Red Chief Sergei Tikhonov


Businessmen (Delovye lyudi) is a 1963 Soviet comedy movie directed by Leonid Gaidai. The movie consists of three segments and each is based on a short story by O. Henry: The Roads we Take, Makes The Whole World Kin and The Ransom of Red Chief.

The following weapons are seen in the movie Businessmen (Delovye lyudi):

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Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model

All revolvers in the movie are Russian-produced Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model Pattern II that differs a little from the original S&W. These revolvers are seen in hands of the robbers in the first episode of the movie (based on The Roads we Take), the burglar (Yuri Nikulin) in the second episode (based on Makes The Whole World Kin) and Bill Driscoll (Aleksei Smirnov) in the third episode (based on The Ransom of Red Chief). In the movie these revolvers are called "Colt".

Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model - .44 Russian
Three masked robbers - Bob Tidball (Aleksandr Shvorin), "Shark" Dodson (Vladlen Paulus) and John Big Dog (uncredited) aim their revolvers at the engineer.
John Big Dog holds the engineer and the fireman at gunpoint with two revolvers.
A close view on "Shark" Dodson's revolver.
Unmasked "Shark" Dodson (Vladlen Paulus) with his revolver.
Smith & Wesson Pattern II in Mr. Dodson's bureau.
The burglar (Yuri Nikulin) with his revolver.
Bill Driscoll (Aleksei Smirnov) with his revolver (the second character is his companion Sam (Georgi Vitsin‎).
Bill Driscoll hides his revolver in a cave, anxious that the "Red Chief" can get the gun.
The boy steals a cartridge from Bill's bandolier. It's correct .44 Russian ammunition.

Winchester Model 1895 Carbine

In the first episode the express messenger (Lev Lobov) is armed with Russian contract Winchester Model 1895 Carbine. In the third episode the analogous Winchester Model 1895 is seen on the wall in Mr. Ebenezer Dorset's house. The rifle is fitted with a fake underbarrel magazine, to make it look like as a Winchester Model 1892/Model 1894 carbine. This is presumably the same rifle, which then appears in the Dersu Uzala (1975).

Winchester Model 1895 carbine - .30 Cal
Winchester Model 1892 - .38-40, for comparision.
The express messenger tries to use his rifle against the robbers.
A Winchester Model 1895 is seen on the wall in Mr. Dorset's house.

Winchester Model 1895 Long Rifle

In the continuity error, the messenger's carbine goes into the usual full-size Russian contract Winchester Model 1895 military rifle.

A Russian contract Model 1895 in 7.62x54 Russian. Note the loading bridge over the receiver.
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The wounded express messenger fires at the robbers.



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