Lady Into Lassie (Baryshnya-krestyanka)
Lady Into Lassie (also released as The Aristocratic Peasant Girl; original title Baryshnya-krestyanka) is a Russian 1995 screen adaptation of a well known short story by Aleksandr Pushkin, directed by Aleksey Sakharov. Liza Muromskaya, daughter of a landlord, is interested in Aleksey Berestov, but Liza's and Aleksey's fathers are on bad terms, and there is no chance that Liza will be allowed to meet Aleksey. So the young lady dresses herself as a peasant girl and secretly went to forest where Aleksey often goes for hunt.
The following weapons were used in the film Lady Into Lassie (Baryshnya-krestyanka):
Enfield Pattern 1856 Army Short Rifle
When Aleksey Berestov (Dmitriy Shcherbina) goes hunting, he carries a percussion cap musket. This is a military style gun, looking very similar to two-band Enfield Pattern 1856 Army Short Rifle, except for the lack of military rear sight (instead the musket is fitted with a simplified iron sight, like the one used on Enfied 1856 Cavalry Carbine).
Double Barreled Percussion Cap Shotgun
Grigoriy Ivanovich Muromsky (Leonid Kuravlyov) presents an engraved double barreled percussion cap shotgun to Ivan Petrovich Berestov (Vasiliy Lanovoy). According to the inscription on the gun case, the shotgun was manufactured by Gastinne Renette, notable French arms manufacturer of 19th century.