Mantis Jump (Pryzhok Bogomola)

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Mantis Jump
(Pryzhok Bogomola)
Pryzhok Bogomola Poster.jpg
Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Vladimir Balkashinov
Release Date 2019
Language Russian
Studio Grifon
Kaleydoskop Film
Distributor Rossiya 1
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lt. of the State Security Konstantin Bogomolov Pavel Chinaryov
Tanya Kuzmina Tatyana Lyalina
Raya Aleksandra Nikiforova
Devyatkin Yakov Shamshin
Commissar 3rd rank of the State Security Ivan Zakharovich Markelov Sergey Stepanchenko
"Utyug" ("Flatiron") Viktor Suprun
"Doctor" Anatoliy Lobotskiy
Hauptmann Gustav Günther Dmitry Brauer


Mantis Jump (Pryzhok Bogomola) is a 2019 Russian made for TV spy film directed by Vladimir Balkashinov. In 1942 a Soviet agent Konstantin Bogomolov alias "Bogomol" ("Mantis") (Pavel Chinaryov) infiltrates the Abwehr spy training center. His purpose is to get the information about active enemy agents. When Bogomol is nearly successful, he is sent with a mission as a German agent. But upon returning Bogomol is arrested under the suspect that he is a double agent. His only chance of justification is to complete the task alone.


The following weapons were used in the film Mantis Jump (Pryzhok Bogomola):

Contents


Revolvers

Nagant M1895

A Nagant M1895 is briefly seen in hands of a Militsioner during the chase after escaping German agent.

Nagant M1895 - 7.62x38R Nagant. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
A Nagant is briefly seen in hands of a Militsioner.

Pistols

TT-33

Lieutenant of the State Security Konstantin Bogomolov alias Bogomol (Pavel Chinaryov) and his superior, Commissar 3rd rank of the State Security (Lieutenant General rank) Ivan Zakharovich Markelov (Sergey Stepanchenko) use TT-33 pistols in several scenes. TT pistols are also seen in hands of an trainee in Abwehr spy school Dmitriy Kolesnikov (Ivan Lapin) and an uncredited State Security operative.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Pryzhok Bogomola-TT-1.jpg
Markelov readies his pistol.
Kolesnikov fires his TT in the plane before parachute jump. The pistol looks somewhat unnatural and may be an airsoft gun.
Bogomol fires at a German agent who reveals Bogomol's true identity. This pistol also may be an airsoft gun.
Another view of the same scene.
Pryzhok Bogomola-TT-6.jpg
Markelov's pistol is taken from him by a State Secutiry operative when Markelov and Bogomol are arrested.
Bogomol surrenders his TT in the same scene.
A State Security operative holds a TT when Bogomol escapes from arrest.

TT-33 (airsoft)

A Crosman or Gletcher airsoft TT pistol is seen in holster of the Soviet Captain (Ilya Semyonov) and then in hands of Bogomol (Pavel Chinaryov).

For reference: Gletcher TT-P - .177
The TT in holster of a Soviet Captain is definitly an airsoft gun as the hole for a pressure screw in CO2 cartridge compartment can be seen.
The plastic grips of the pistol are seen.
Bogomol holds the Captain's pistol.

Walther P38

The head of the Abwehr spy school Hauptmann (Capt.) Gustav Günther (Dmitry Brauer) carries a Walther P38 pistol. Bogomol (Pavel Chinaryov) uses a P38 in one scene.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Günther shoots in air, signalling for the beginning of the hunt.
Another view of Günther's pistol in the same scene.
Bogomol, in German uniform, fires a P38 at a German soldier.
Bogomol threatens the radio instructor in the Abwehr spy school Zobov (Vladimir Kapustin).
Another view of the same scene.
Pryzhok Bogomola-WaltherP38-6.jpg
Bogomol with the P38 in hands. The pistol holster is also seen.

Walther PPK

The German resident "Doctor" (Anatoliy Lobotskiy) uses a Walther PPK pistol. The gun is supposed to be some modern blank-firing or less-lethal variant, like Umarex Walther mod. PPK.

For reference: Umarex Walther mod. PPK, gas-firing version of Walther PPK - 8 mm PAK
"Doctor" releases the safety of his pistol...
...and cocks the hammer.
He aims at Bogomol.
"Doctor" is gunned down.

Submachine Guns

PPSh-41

A Soviet scout who accompanies Bogomol during the crossing of the front line carries a PPSh-41 submachine gun in one scene.

PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Pryzhok Bogomola-PPSh-1.jpg
The scout at the left carries a PPSh.
A PPSh is seen on the table of Maj. Ilyin (Dmitriy Radonov).

MP38

Several German soldiers carry MP38 submachine guns (some SMGs at the background may be MP40s). Bogomol (Pavel Chinaryov) uses a captured MP38.

MP38 - 9x19mm
German soldiers patrol the street.
German soldiers carry MP38s.
German soldiers carry MP38s.
A soldier with an MP38.
Bogomol holds the MP38 taken from the soldier.
Bogomol raises his gun.
Pryzhok Bogomola-MP38-10.jpg
A soldier hastely tries to reload his MP38.
Dmitry Brauer poses with two MP38s on a production image. Brauer's character Hauptmann Günther doesn't use this weapon in the movie.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant M1891/30

Soviet soldiers carry Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles in several scenes.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Pryzhok Bogomola-Mosin9130-1.jpg
Soldiers in the trench aim at Bogomol who returned from behind the front line.
Pryzhok Bogomola-Mosin9130-3.jpg
Soldiers convoy agent Kolesnikov.
A soldier aims at Bogomol who once again returned from behind the front line.

Karabiner 98k

Karabiner 98k rifles are used by German soldiers and Hilfspolizei.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Manufactured in Germany, 1937.
Hilfspolizei Maksim Klimenko (Evgeniy Shirikov) carries a Kar 98k.
Klimenko holds his rifle in the scene in Kuzmin's house.
Pryzhok Bogomola-Kar98k-3.jpg
Sentries at the Abwehr spy school carry Kar 98k rifles.
German soldiers carry Kar 98k rifles.
Soldiers with Kar 98k rifles in the scene in the Abwehr spy school.
Zobov (Vladimir Kapustin) takes a rifle of one of the killed sentries.
Zobov is gunned down.
A motorcycle driver carries a Kar 98k rifle.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

Hauptmann Gustav Günther (Dmitry Brauer) owns a pair of Double Barreled Shotguns, both with exposed hammers. Former huntsman Grigoriy Kuzmin (Sergey Sosnovskiy) owns a hammerless double barreled shotgun. Kuzmin's daughter Tanya (Tatyana Lyalina) holds her father's shotgun in one scene.

For reference: TOZ-63 - 16 gauge
For reference: IZh-43 - 12 Gauge
Günther shows his shotguns to Kuzmin.
Pryzhok Bogomola-Shotgun-3.jpg
Kuzmin examines one of Günther's shotguns. This is a model with exposed hammers.
The second shotgun is seen on the table. This is also a model with exposed hammers.
Kuzmin holds his own shotgun. This is a hammerless model.
Pryzhok Bogomola-Shotgun-7.jpg
Kuzmin examines his shotgun.
Günther and Kuzmin on hunt.
Tanya guards captured and bound Günther.

Machine Guns

MG34

An MG34 is briefly seen mounted on a German motorcycle.

MG34 with front and rear sights folded down - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Pryzhok Bogomola-MG34-1.jpg

MG42

An MG42 is briefly seen mounted on a German motorcycle.

MG42 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Pryzhok Bogomola-MG42-1.jpg

Other Weapons

F-1 Hand Grenade

One of the Soviet scouts gives an F-1 hand grenade to Bogomol (Pavel Chinaryov).

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Pryzhok Bogomola-F1-1.jpg

Trivia

Film Armory

A number of firearms, not all of those are really used in the movie, are seen on a production image of Dmitry Brauer in the armory.

Dmitry Brauer poses with an MG42 in hands. An MG34 and a small part of the barrel of a Karabiner 98k are seen at the far left. An RPD-44 and a TM-62M mine are seen on the floor; both weapons doesn't appear in the movie.

Junkers Ju 52

A CGI Junkers Ju 52 transport plane.
Ju 52 is armed with an MG15 or (less likely) MG131 machine gun in a dorsal position.


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