I Am 11-17 (Ya - 11-17)

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I Am 11-17 (Ya - 11-17)
YA-11-17-1970.jpg
Modern Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Viktor Shcheglov
Release Date 1970
Language Russian
Studio Tsentralnoye Televideniye
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sergei Dementyev alias Capt. Paul Rückert Boris Bystrov
Col. Dovgalyov Pavel Makhotin
Pavel Arvidovich Leimanis Serafim Zaytsev
Karl Vitaliy Balagurov
Madame Pesis Elektrina Korneeva-Levitan
Inga Pesis Olga Novak
Ruta Olga Seleznyova
Zina Kotova Tatyana Shchukina


I Am 11-17 (direct translation of the original title Ya - 11-17) is a Soviet 1970 three-part war movie directed by Viktor Shcheglov and based on the novel by Vasili Ardamatsky. In Winter 1944-1945 Soviet intelligence agent Sergei Dementyev performs a secret mission on the Baltic coast, operating under the name of German officer Paul Rückert.


The following weapons were used in the film I Am 11-17 (Ya - 11-17):

Contents


Pistols

Walther P38

While acting as Capt. Paul Rückert, Sergei Dementyev (Boris Bystrov) carries a Walther P38. P38s are also used by the head of Gestapo Kamerhoff (Viktor Znamerovskiy) and Gestapo officers Richard Brandt (Nikolai Brilling) and Dietrich (Viktor Shcheglov).

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Dementyev-Rückert holds his P38.
A good view of P38 holster.
Brandt holds his P38 when he tried to carry out surveillance at Rückert... but fails his mission.
Dementyev-Rückert shows his pistol to Kamerhoff and Dietrich and tells them that it is an award weapon, given personally by Führer.
Dietrich reads the inscription on the gun.
He returns the Walther. Note that the pistol isn't loaded.
Kamerhoff holds a P38.
Dietrich fires after escaping Dementyev-Rückert.
A close view of Dietrich's P38.

Submachine Guns

PPSh-41

Soviet Navy Starshina 2nd stage (second class petty officer) Andrey (Gennadi Donyagin) carries a PPSh-41 in the scene in Soviet headquarters.

PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Andrey holds a PPSh-41 while Dementyev interrogates real Paul Rückert, captured by Soviet troops.

MP40

MP40s are used by German soldiers in numerous scenes.

MP40 - 9x19mm
Dementyev meets a group of German soldiers (Yakov Rombro at the left) with MP40s.
Same soldiers with MP40s (Vladimir Vasilyev at the right).
A soldier in Luftwaffe uniform carries an MP40 at the background.
Soldiers on guard of the port.
A soldier on guard of the port.
An SS-man with MP40 in Kamerhoff's office.
A soldier on guard of the port.
A Feldgendarmerie soldier with MP40.

Rifles

Karabiner 98k

Some German soldiers carry Karabiner 98k rifles.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Manufactured in Germany, 1937.
A soldier at the left carries a 98k rifle.
The barrel of 98k is seen at the right.

Trivia

Holsters

In one scene Dementyev-Rückert carries his Walther P38 in a holster for TT-33.

11-17-Holster-1.jpg

AA Gun

An anti-aircraft gun of unclear model is seen in the port.

The crane loads the gun on the vessel. Note the four-wheel carriage, common for AA guns.
A closer view of the same gun.

Footage

Wartime documentary footage is widely used in the film.

PPS-43

PPS-43 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Soviet soldiers with PPS-43 submachine guns ride on SU-152.

Berezin UBT

Berezin UBT machine guns are seen mounted on Il-2 and Pe-2.

Berezin UBT, a turret version of UB with spade grips - 12.7x108mm
A group of Il-2 in attack. UBT machine guns are seen.
A close view of UBT on Il-2.
11-17-Chronicle-15.jpg
UBT machine guns on Pe-2.

Volkov-Yartsev VYa-23

Volkov-Yartsev VYa-23 autocannons are seen mounted on Il-2.

Volkov-Yartsev VYa-23 - 23x152mmB
Il-2 on airfield. A good view of wing-mounder VYa-23 autocannons.

Artillery

Coastal heavy artillery in twin turrets, model unclear.
Coastal heavy artillery in twin turrets, model unclear.
BM-13 Katyusha rocket launcher, mounted on Lend-Lease Studebaker US6.

Armour

T-34-76 tanks in action.
SU-152 self-propelled heavy howitzer.

Airplanes

11-17-Chronicle-6.jpg
An Il-4 bomber on airfield. No weapon is mounted on this plane. The footage is taken from 1941 film Valery Chkalov.
A group of Il-2 in attack.
Pe-2 in flight.



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