Curse of Snakes Valley (Klatwa doliny wezy)
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Curse of Snakes Valley (original Polish title Klątwa Doliny Węży, Russian title Zaklyatie doliny zmei) is a 1987 Polish-Soviet sci-fi adventure movie directed by Marek Piestrak. A former French officer Bernard Traven (Roman Wilhelmi) returns from the First Indochina war with an ancient artifact that appears to be a key to some forgotten place with great treasures. Many years later he returns to Laos together with a Polish scientist Jan Tarnas (Krzysztof Kolberger) and a French journalist Christine Jaubert (Ewa Sałacka) in order to find the treasure that appears to be a legacy of extraterrestrial visit on Earth.
The following weapons were used in the film Curse of Snakes Valley (Klatwa doliny wezy):
In the opening scene Traven's co-pilot draws a pistol that resembles some version of M1911 but most likely is a non-firing replica.
In one scene Jan Tarnas (Krzysztof Kolberger) disarms one of Breecher's henchmen.
In the final scene security guards on the airfield are armed with Sturmgewehr 44 rifles.
In the opening scene a Vietnamese fighter downs a French helicopter with a Browning M1919A4 machine gun.