|The Criminal Quartet|
||Aleksandr Muratov (II)
The Criminal Quartet (Kriminalnyy kvartet) is a 1989 Soviet crime movie directed by Aleksandr Muratov (II). The main characters of the movie are four old buddies: two militsiya (police) detectives, Capt. Marat Mukhanov and Lt. Pyotr Sarayev, Attorney investigator Semyon Portnoy and journalist Nikolai Larin.
The following weapons were used in the film The Criminal Quartet (Kriminalnyy kvartet):
Makarov PM pistols are used by Mukhanov (Nikolai Karachentsov), Sarayev (Boris Shcherbakov) and criminals.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Two pistols, taken from the arrested criminal Mukhtarbekov (Vladimir Treshchalov
), are seen on the table: a PM and a pocket gas pistol.
A PM is tucked at the pants of a criminal in the final scene.
The same criminal aims his pistol at Mukhanov.
Portnoy (Vladimir Steklov
) holds a PM taken from a criminal during the final shootout.
Lyova (Lev Prygunov
), one of the criminals, holds Portnoy's son as a hostage.
A TT-33 pistol is used by one of the criminals during the final shootout. Sarayev (Boris Shcherbakov) takes this pistol and uses it himself.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.
Sarayev fires the TT. In the other hand he holds a Makarov PM
which he handles to Portnoy.
A Walther P38 pistol is used by one of the criminals during the final shootout.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
A criminal with P38 in hand is shot by Sarayev.
A Reck Perfecta pocket gas pistol is taken from an arrested criminal in the opening scene. In the final scene Sarayev gives it to Larin (Vladimir Eryomin).
Reck Perfecta - 8mm P.A.K.
Two pistols, taken from an arrested criminal, are seen on the table: a Makarov PM
and a pocket gas pistol.
Sarayev handles the pistol to Larin.