Leonid Bronevoy

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Leonid Bronevoy (1928-2017) holds a visually modified Sturmgewehr 44 as Jean Challot in The Hijacking of Savoy (Pokhishchenie Savoi) (1979).

Leonid Sergeyevich Bronevoy (December 17, 1928 - December 9, 2017) was a famous Soviet and Russian actor. He started his cinema career in 1964. His best known roles are Heinrich Müller in Seventeen Moments of Spring (1973), Duke of Hannover in The Very Same Munchhausen (1979) and Doctor in Formula of Love (1984). In 1987 he was awarded the title of People's Artist of USSR, and in 2008 he got Nika Award.

Leonid Bronevoy can be seen using the following weapons in the following films and television series:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model Peter Damfi Armed and Dangerous (Vooruzhyon i ochen opasen) 1977
Winchester Model 1895 Peter Damfi Armed and Dangerous (Vooruzhyon i ochen opasen) 1977
Luger P08 Jean Challot The Hijacking of Savoy (Pokhishchenie Savoi) 1979
Sturmgewehr 44 Jean Challot The Hijacking of Savoy (Pokhishchenie Savoi) Visually modified to resemble M16 1979

Television

Gun Character Title Note/Episode Date
Browning Hi-Power Müller Seventeen Moments of Spring 1973



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