|Don't Cry, Girl|
(Ne plach, devchonka)
||Dovzhenko Film Studio
Don't Cry, Girl (Ne plach, devchonka; the title is a line from a popular song of that time) is a Soviet 1977 (filmed 1976) musical comedy directed by Yevgeni Sherstobitov. A young man Andrey Vorobey (Oleg Sologub) isn't allowed to military service due to health problems. But he finds an another way to prove himself a real man.
The following weapons were used in the film Don't Cry, Girl (Ne plach, devchonka):
Soviet Army soldiers are armed with AKM assault rifles, fitted with rust-colored plastic magazines.
A soldier carries an AKM.
Soldiers on march carry AKMs and 6Kh4 bayonets in scabbards.
Soldiers with AKMs on march.
Another view of the same scene.
The blank firing muzzle device is seen.
Military Automobile Inspection personnel with AKM.
Pvt. Andrey Vorobey (Oleg Sologub) runs with an AKM on sling. In previous moment he carried an SKS
In one scene Pvt. Andrey Vorobey (Oleg Sologub) carries an SKS carbine.
A close view of the barrel of SKS. Next moment the SKS switches to AKM due to a continuity error.
Soviet Army officers carry holsters for Makarov PM pistols. These holsters look rather flat and empty.
An officer carries a PM holster.
An officer at the left carries a PM holster.
A T-34 tank is installed as a monument.
Two MT-LB multi-purpose armored tracked vehicles are seen. MT-LB is armed with a PKT
machine gun in turret but in this scene the turrets aren't seen.
A column of BTR-40 APCs on march.