I Dutifully Report (Poslušne hlásím)

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I Dutifully Report (Poslusne hlasim)
Poslusne hlasim Poster.jpg
Original Theatrical Poster
Country CZE.jpg Czechoslovakia
Directed by Karel Stekly
Release Date 1958
Language Czech
German
Hungarian
Studio Barrandov
Main Cast
Character Actor
Josef Švejk Rudolf Hrusínský
Oberleutnant Lukáš Svatopluk Beneš
Feldwebel Vanek Josef Hlinomaz
Baloun Milan Nedela
Wachtmeister Flanderka Jaroslav Marvan
Capt. Ságner Otto Hradecký
Lt. Dub Frantisek Filipovský
Jurajda Eman Fiala


I Dutifully Report (Poslusne hlasim) is a 1958 Czechoslovak comedy movie, a screen adaptation of the famous Czech novel by Jaroslav Hasek, directed by Karel Stekly and starring Rudolf Hrusínský. The movie is based on the second, third and fourth parts, following The Good Soldier Schweik (Dobrý voják Švejk), released in 1957.


The following weapons were used in the film I Dutifully Report (Poslušne hlásím):

Contents


Revolvers

Rast-Gasser M1898

Some sidearms in officers' holsters appear to be Rast-Gasser M1898 revolvers.

Austrian Rast Gasser 1898 - 8x27mm Gasser
A Gendarme (Fanda Mrázek) carries a black leather holster. The holster seems to contain a revolver, most likely an M1898.
Maj. Wolf (Ota Sklencka) (at the right) carries a sidearm. Its grip with lanyard ring resembles M1898.


Some officers and NCOs, including Feldwebel Vanek (Josef Hlinomaz), carry cavalry pattern holsters for Rast-Gasser M1898 revolvers. They appear to be flat and empty.

A Feldwebel on railway station carries a holster for Rast-Gasser revolver.
Cadet Biegler (Milos Nesvadba) (in center) carries a holster for Rast-Gasser revolver.
Two officers carry holsters for Rast-Gasser revolver.
Vanek carries a holster for Rast-Gasser revolver.

Pistols

CZ 27

Most officers of Austro-Hungarian army, including Oberleutnant Lukáš (Svatopluk Beneš), Capt. Ságner (Otto Hradecký), Lt. Dub (Frantisek Filipovský), carry compact pistols in holsters. Only small parts of grips can be seen. The shape, size and color of these holsters match Czech postwar holsters for CZ 27 pistols, so the pistols are likely CZ 27.

CZ 27 - .32 ACP
Capt. Ságner carries a compact pistol in holster.
Capt. Ságner (at the right) and Capt. Tayerle (Martin Ruzek) carry compact pistols in holsters.
Lt. Dub carries a compact pistol in holster.
A small part of the grip of Lukáš' pistol is seen.
An officer at the left carries a compact pistol in holsters.
Gen. Fink von Finkenstein (Bedrich Vrbský) carries a compact pistol in holster.
The grip of General's pistol is seen.

Unidentified pistol

In the scene when Švejk dresses in Russian uniform and is captured by Austrians, one of the cavalrymen draws a pistol that is seen too unclear for identification.

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Rifles

Mannlicher M1895

Many Austro-Hungarian soldiers, including Josef Švejk (Rudolf Hrusínský), carry Mannlicher M1895 rifles.

Original Austro-Hungarian Steyr Mannlicher M1895 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
Soldiers on patrol on railway station carry Mannlicher M95 rifles.
A Corporal (Jan Skopecek) carries a Mannlicher M95 rifle.
Soldiers guard Russian POWs.
A Mannlicher is seen in a railcar, transporting soldiers.
A soldier at the left carries a Mannlicher M95.
Soldiers in march. Most carry M95 rifles.
Stacking pin of Švejk's M95 rifle is seen.
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A good view of Švejk's M95 rifle.
Soldiers guard Švejk, dressed in Russian uniform.

Mannlicher M1895 Carbine

Austro-Hungarian gendarmes (Fanda Mrázek and Antonín Sura) and several soldiers carry Mannlicher M1895 carbines. The front sights are fitted with protectors that is a sign of 1930 Austrian or Czech modification.

Steyr Repertier-Stutzen M1895 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher. Screen guns look similar except for the protected front sights.
Three carbines in gun rack in gendarmes precinct.
A gendarme (Antonín Sura) carries a carbine. Note the protected front sight.
Another view of the carbine of same gendarme.
Same gendarme carries a carbine with attached bayonet.
Another gendarme (Fanda Mrázek) carries a carbine.
Drunk gendarme tries to carry his carbine. In next scene this carbine switches to Mannlicher short rifle (see below).
Jurajda (Eman Fiala) carries a carbine during the march.
A closer view of Jurajda's carbine. Other soldiers carry full-length rifles.

Mannlicher M1895 Short Rifle

When the gendarme (Fanda Mrázek), escorting Švejk, gets drunk, Švejk takes his rifle. The gun switches from previously seen Mannlicher M1895 carbine to another model of Mannlicher 95, longer than carbine but shorter than full-lenght rifle. Like a carbine, it has front sight with protectors.

Steyr M1895 Short Rifle (M1930 Conversion) - 8x56mmR Mannlicher. Screen gun looks similar except for the protected front sights.
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Švejk carries a Mannlicher of drunk gendarme.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

A Double Barreled Shotgun is seen in the apartments of Gendarmes Wachtmeister (NCO) Flanderka (Jaroslav Marvan).

A shotgun is seen on the wall at the left.
Another view of the shotgun.

Artillery

Some field artillery piecies are seen.

A cannon on railway flatcar.
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Abandoned field guns on the road.



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