|Capt. Grant's Family|
(Deti kapitana Granta)
|Major Mac Nabbs
|Capitaine John Mangles
Capt. Grant's Family (Russian Дети капитана Гранта; Deti kapitana Granta, another USA relise title is Captain Grant's Children) is the 1936 Soviet movie, directed by Vladimir Weinstock and based on the novel "Les Enfants du capitaine Grant" by Jules Verne.
The following weapons were used in the film Capt. Grant's Family (Deti kapitana Granta):
Edward Glenarvan (Nikolai Vitovtov) carry Colt 1851 Navy on the belt at the second part of the movie. One of the Ben Joyce's highwaymen briefly holds the Colt 1851 Navy, which is the same movie prop.
Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
Edward Glenarvan (at the background, left) with the revolver on the belt.
Ben Joyce's highwayman grabs the revolver...
The slightly other view of his revolver.
The grip of the Glenarvan's revolver (pointed by the red arrow) is seen.
The another view of the Glenarvan's Colt.
The perfect view of the Glenarvan's colt.
The shot is slightly blured due the moving, but the barrel lengtht can be seen.
Lefaucheux Model 1854
The Lefaucheux Model 1854 is the Tom Ayrton's aka Ben Joyce (Ivan Chuvelyov) weapon of choice. At the one moment, Jacques Paganel (Nikolay Cherkasov) briefly holds it.
Lefaucheux Model 1854 - 12mm Pinfire.
Tom Ayrton with the revolver on the belt.
The close view of the grip and hammer.
Jacques Paganel grabs Ayrton's revolver...
...and puts it on the table.
The perfect view of the Tom Ayrton's revolver.
Major Mac Nabbs (David Gutman) can be seen carrying the Adams Revolver on the belt at the one scene.
Adams Mk III revolver. circa 1868
Mac Nabbs (at the left) with the revolver on the belt.
The slightly better view of the hammer...
Numerous unknown revolvers can be seen at the several scenes.
The revolver (pointed by the red arrow) is seen on the table a second before Mac Nabbs grabs it.
The sailor of Macquarie
ship is carrying the revolver on the belt.
Single Barreled Percussion Shotgun
Several characters uses the Single Barreled Percussion Shotguns.
1860 Russian-made Single Barreled Percussion Shotgun
The shotgun is seen on the shoulder of Robert Grant (Yakov Segel).
Robert Grant with the shotgun on the sling. The all other characters (at the background) carrying the Double Barreled Percussion Shotguns.
...and muzzle of Robert's shotgun can be seen.
Helena Glenarvan (Mariya Strelkova) holds the shotgun during the hunting.
Mary Grant (Olga Bazanova) also carry the similar looking shotgun on the sling (at the left).
Helena Glenarvan a second before firing the shotgun.
Double Barreled Percussion Shotgun
The Double Barreled Percussion Shotguns can be seen in the hands of the near all main characters.
Double Barreled Percussion Shotgun
Major Mac Nabbs with the shotgun on the sling.
Mac Nabbs aims his shotgun. The percussion hammers is seen.
The slightly other view of his shotgun.
Edward Glenarvan holds Mac Nabbs' shotgun.
Glenarvan gave back the shotgun to Mac Nabbs. Note the shape of the trigger guard.
The servant (Vladimir Vesnovsky) holds Glenarvan's shotgun.
Jacques Paganel with the shotgun on the sling.
Mac Nabbs fires the shotgun in air.
Two bayonets attached percussion rifles can be seen on the wall at the film beginning. Thalcave (Nikolay Adelung) possess the percussion rifle with a very long barrel. It's may be "Sibirka" rifle (the Imperial Russian long barreled percussion cap rifle, with 31.5 in (80 cm) barrel and 48.2 in (122.5 cm) overal length), but it's only guess.
The buttstocks of the rifle can be seen. The percussion hammers is seen.
The another view of the same rifles.
Thalcave holds the rifle after firing it.
The slightly other view of Thalcave's rifle.
The muzzle of Thalcave's rifle can be seen.
Thalcave brandishes his rifle. The percussion hammer is seen.
The yacht Duncan yacht is equipped with smoothbore muzzleload cannon.
Naval cannon - 18th century
The cannon's muzzle is seen at the center.
The cannon is partly seen at the center.
The cannon is seen at the background.