Mountains on Fire
Mountains on Fire is a 1931 French-German film by Karl Hartl and Luis Trenker based on the novel of the same year of himself. In this movie, Trenker processed personal experiences from the First World War, when he was fighting on the Alpine Front 1915-1918. The Austrian mountain guide Florian Dimai and the Italian count Arthur Franchini have a long-standing friendship. After the outbreak of the First World War, the two suddenly face each other as enemies: Dimai holds with the Austrians a position on the summit of Col Alto, Franchini is to expel the Austrians from there with the Italians.
The following weapons were used in the film Mountains on Fire:
Arthur Franchini (Luigi Serventi) is seen with an Austrian Steyr M1912 during the first attack.
Steyr Mannlicher M1895
Some Full-length Steyr M1895 rifles can be seen in the Austrian bunker.
The Steyr M1895 carbine is used by Austrian troops including Florian Dimai (Luis Trenker) and Italian soldiers.
An Italian sniper uses a Carcano M91 Rifle fitted with a scope.
Carcano M91 TS
At least one Italian soldier can be seen with a Carcano M91 TS rifle on his back.
Schwarzlose Model 07/12
Austrian soldiers use Schwarzlose Machine Gun Model 07/12.
The Fiat-Revelli M14 machine gun is used by Italian soldiers. The Fiat guns have ribbed water jacket.
Model 17 Stielhandgranate
Austrian soldiers use German Model 17 Stielhandgranates.