Fighting Film Collection No. 2 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 2)

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Fighting Film Collection No. 2
(Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 2)
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DVD Cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Lev Arnshtam
Yevgeni Chervyakov
Viktor Eisymont
Vladimir Feinberg
Grigori Kozintsev
Gerbert Rappaport
Release Date 1941
Language Russian
Studio Lenfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kotko Vladimir Lukin
Karl Dmitry Milovzorov
Sr. Lt. Morozov Boris Blinov
Jr. Lt. Mikhailov Ivan Kuznetsov
German pilot Mikhail Yekaterininsky
Aunt Pasha Tatyana Sukova
Willi Pavel Sukhanov
Yugoslavian girl Larisa Yemelyantseva
Napoleon Vladimir Kantsel


Fighting Film Collection No. 2 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 2) is the second issue of Boyevoy kinosbornik series, released in August 1941. It contains five segments: "Vstrecha/The Meeting" (another English title "A Drop of Milk"), "Odin iz mnogikh/One of Many" (another English title "Air Raid"), "U staroy nyani/At the Old Nurse's" (another English title "Saboteur"), "Sto za odnogo/A Hundred for One" and "Sluchaj na telegrafe/Incident at the Telegraph Office".


The following weapons were used in the film Fighting Film Collection No. 2 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 2):

Contents


Revolvers

Nagant M1895

A Soviet border guards officer uses a Nagant M1895 revolver in "The Meeting". A militsioneer (Evgeniy Nemchenko) uses a Nagant in "At the Old Nurse's".

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
The commander of border guards outpost holds a Nagant during German invasion.
The commander fires his revolver.
The militsioneer with a Nagant in "At the Old Nurse's".
He arrests the saboteur Willi.

Pistols

Tokarev TT-33

German saboteur Willi (Pavel Sukhanov) uses a TT-33 in "At the Old Nurse's" (at first he is seen with a pocket pisol that switches to a TT due to a continuity error). TT-33 pistols are also used by German soldiers and Yugoslav rebels in "A Hundred for One".

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
A close view of Willi's TT.
Aunt Pasha's grandson (Vladimir Chekalov) steals saboteur's pistol.
Willi gets his pistol back and uses the boy as cover.
Willi fires his TT.
The boy hands the pisol to Red Army Capt. (Pyotr Kirillov).
In "A Hundred for One" a Yugoslavian girl (Larisa Yemelyantseva) gets a TT from a German soldier who is wounded by Yuriy (Lev Bordukov).
She fires the TT.
A German soldier (the second role of Pavel Sukhanov in the film) fires his pistol, giving an alarm.

Mauser M1910

When German saboteur Willi (Pavel Sukhanov) appears in Aunt Pasha's house in "At the Old Nurse's", he is armed with a pocket pistol that is supposed to be a Mauser M1910. Later it switches to a TT-33 due to a continuity error.

1910 Mauser Pocket Pistol - 6.35x16mmSR
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Shape and size of Willi's pistol resemble Mauser 1910.

Mauser C96

German officer Karl (Dmitry Milovzorov) carries a Mauser C96 pistol in "The Meeting".

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Karl draws his Mauser C96 from wooden holster in the scene in Naxi occupied Poland.
Karl holds the pistol in same scene.
Karl fires his Mauser during the attack on Soviet border guards outpost.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant M1891/30

Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles are used by Red Army soldiers and Soviet border guards throughout the movie. In "The Meeting" German soldiers are also armed with Mosin Nagant rifles, fitted with fake sword bayonets.

Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Borer guards with M91/30 rifles and Maxim machine gun repel German attack in "The Meeting".
Border guards with M91/30 rifles and DP-27 machine gun repel German attack.
Both Soviet border guards and German soldiers use M91/30 rifles. Note the fake bayonet on the rifle of German soldier (in center).
German soldiers carry M91/30 rifles with fake bayonets.
Kotko (Vladimir Lukin) with M91/30 rifle.
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Kotko in close combat with a German soldier. Both are armed with M91/30 rifles.
A Soviet soldier with M91/30 rifle in "One of Many".
A soldier with M91/30 rifle escorts downed Geman pilot in "One of Many".
A soldier with M91/30 rifle escorts arrested saboteur in "At the Old Nurse's".

Tokarev SVT-40

German soldiers widely use SVT-40 rifles in "A Hundred for One". Yugoslav rebels capture SVT rifles from Germans in same segment.

Tokarev SVT-40 - 7.62x54mmR
A German soldier at the left holds an SVT-40 with bayonet.
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Two German soldiers on patrol (Boris Shlikhting and Pavel Sukhanov) carry SVT-40 rifles.
German soldiers with SVT-40s break into a Yugoslavian house.
A German soldier tries to fire his SVT but an aged Yugoslav hits him with a shovel.
A close view of SVT-40.
The Yugoslavian girl (Larisa Yemelyantseva) fires a captured SVT.
An SVT-40 near killed German soldier.
Yugoslavian resistance fighters with captured SVT-40s. Yuriy Goroshanin (Lev Bordukov) and Yanko (the second role of Evgeniy Nemchenko in the film) at the foreground.

Tokarev SVT-38

German soldiers also use SVT-38 rifles in "A Hundred for One".

Tokarev SVT-38 - 7.62x54mm R
An SVT-38 near dead German soldier.

Machine Guns

Degtyaryov DP-27

Soviet border guard Kotko (Vladimir Lukin) uses a DP-27 in "The Meeting". Red Army soldiers carry DP machine guns in the final sequence.

Degtyaryov DP-27 machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
Kotko carries the DP-27.
Border guards with M91/30 rifles and DP-27 machine gun repel German attack.
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Kotko mows down attacking enemies with his DP.
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Red Army soldiers with DP machine guns march in the final sequence.

Degtyaryov DT

Degtyaryov DT machine guns are mounted on Soviet T-26 and BT-5 tanks.

DT machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
A barrel of coaxial DT is seen on BT-5.

Maxim M1910

Soviet border guards use a Maxim M1910 machine gun in "The Meeting".

Maxim 1910, simplified version with smooth water jacket - 7.62x54mmR
Border guards carry a Maxim on position during German invasion.
Borer guards with M91/30 rifles and Maxim machine gun repel German attack.
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Maxim in action.

Trivia

Holsters

In "One of Many" officers of AA battery Sr. Lt. Morozov (Boris Blinov) and Jr. Lt. Mikhailov (Ivan Kuznetsov) carry TT-33 holsters. In "A Hundred for One" two German soldiers on patrol (Boris Shlikhting and Pavel Sukhanov) carry TT pistols in holsters.

Morozov and Mikhailov (at the left) carry TT holsers.
Morozov's holster is seen better.
Two German soldiers on patrol carry TT pistols in holsters.

Artillery

A 85mm 52-K AA gun is seen in "One of Many".

85mm Air Defense Gun M1939 (52-K) - 85x629mm R
A gunner at the sight.
The barrel with muzzle brake.
Loading.

A 76.2mm M1938 AA gun is also seen in "One of Many".

The lack of muzzle brake allows to differ 76.2mm gun from similar looking 85mm.

A 122mm M1910/30 howitzer is seen in the final sequence.

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A 19th century style artillery piece is seen German occupied Yugoslavian town in "A Hundred for One".

The barrel and wheel of the old-style cannon is seen at the left.

Armour

T-26 and BT-5 tanks are seen in the final sequence.

T-26 tanks.
A T-26.
A T-26, equipped with a hand-rail radio antenna around the turret.
A BT-5.

Airplanes

I-16 and MiG-3 fighter planes are seen in the final sequence.

I-16 takes off.
MiG-3 in flight.


Fighting Film Collection (Boyevoy kinosbornik) No. 1  •  No. 2  •  No. 3  •  No. 4  •  No. 6  •   No. 7  •  No. 8  •  No. 9  •  No. 10  •  No. 11  •  No. 12  •  Our Girls (Nashi devushki)  •  Young Partisans (Yunye partizani)



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