Muscovite Wizard (Moskal-charivnyk)

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Muscovite Wizard (Moskal-charivnyk)
Moskal charivnyk poster.jpg
original poster
Country UKR.jpg Ukraine
Directed by Halyna Horpynchenko
Nikolay Zaseev-Rudenko
Release Date 1995
Language Ukrainian
Russian
Studio Dovzhenko Film Studios
Main Cast
Character Actor
Moskal-charivnyk Bohdan Benyuk
Mykhaylo Aleksandr Bondarenko
Tetyana Ruslana Pysanka
Fintyk Konstantin Shaforenko
Imp Georgiy Drozd


Muscovite Wizard (Ukrainian: Відьма; (Moskal-charivnyk)) is the cult 1995 Ukrainian comedy, based on the whell know vaudeville Muscovite Wizard (Moskal-charivnyk) by Ivan Kotliarevskyi.


The following weapons were used in the film Muscovite Wizard (Moskal-charivnyk):

Contents


Single Barreled Shotgun (mocked as flintlock musket)

Moskal-charivnyk (Bohdan Benyuk) owns Single Barreled Shotgun, which is very high quality mocked up as flintlock musket. At the a few scenes, his gun appeared in the hands of Tetyana (Ruslana Pysanka) and Mykhaylo (Aleksandr Bondarenko). During the firing, the facke flintlock can be seen moving and the only rece, that match a modern gun is a fact, that an ancient guns is a solid, while the screen gun is assembled in two parts.

Baikal MP-18M-M, a modern version of IZh-18
Crafted in the Swedish style, this was the first dog lock style or "English lock" introduced into English forces and was used in the English Civil War. (for comprassion).
Moskal-charivnyk puts the gun to the wall.
Mykhaylo amazedly looks at the Moskal-charivnyk's gun.
Note the gun is assembling in two parts.
Tetyana unloads the gun.
Mykhaylo aims.
Mykhaylo aims again, when the gun is clocked empty.
Moskal-charivnyk takes back his gun.
A perfect view of the lock...
...and barrel.
Mykhaylo grabs the now loaded gun...
...and fires it.
Mykhaylo aims the gun. The position of the ramrod can be seen.



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