Night Riders (Nocní jazdci)

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Night Riders (Nocní jazdci)
Night Riders-poster.jpg
Cinema poster
Country Czech-republic-flag.jpg Czechoslovakia
Directed by Martin Hollý
Release Date 1981
Language Slovak, Czech
Studio Filmové studio Barrandov, Slovenská filmová tvorba Koliba (SFT)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Halva Radoslav Brzobohatý
Marek Orban Michal Docolomanský
Babušek Leopold Haverl
Imro Jakuvec Jozef Adamovic
Janoušek Petr Cepek
Borovička Jirí Krampol
Palo Šebo-Macúch Ivan Palúch
Jan Bílý Jirí Kodes
Fořt Pavel Zednícek
Stefan Hnácik Karol Cálik



Night Riders (Nocní jazdci) is a 1981 Slovak action drama directed by Martin Hollý. It is shortly after rise of the Czechoslovak Republic, but a poor border villages under the Tatras have other worries. Former soldier Marek Orban (Michal Docolomanský) wants for all neighbors to raise money to leave for a better life in America, and therefore with a bunch of friends smuggled the horses from Poland. Yet it never caught in the act. The local customs officer Babušek (Leopold Haverl) is powerless. And therefore comes from Prague the new commander of the Financial Guard Halva (Radoslav Brzobohatý) with his men. Like Orban´s gang, Halva and his people have had a war experiences and are trained to fight. Paradoxically, the common past of war leads to the gentleman's agreement of the peace between the two men, which however is disrupted the murder of frontiersman Jan Bílý (Jirí Kodes) by smuggler Imro Jakuvec (Jozef Adamovic).


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The following guns were used in film Night Riders (Nocní jazdci):


Femaru 37M

Czechoslovak customs officers carry a Femaru 37M pistol, this is anachronism because the movie is set in 1919 and Femaru 37M was introduced in 1937.

Hungarian-issued Femaru 37M in 9 x 17mm Browning Short
Top respicient Halva (Radoslav Brzobohatý) holds his sidearm, Femaru 37M.

Steyr Mannlicher M1895

Czechoslovak Financial Guard inherited the rifle of Austria-Hungary type Steyr Mannlicher M1895.

Steyr M1895 Long Rifle (M1930 Conversion) - 8x56R
Frontiersman Jan Bilý (Jirí Kodes) pointing a Steyr Mannlicher M1895 rifle on the detained smuggler.
Frontiersman Borovička (Jirí Krampol) fired a salvo of honor at the funeral of the murdered mate Bilý.
Frontiersman Fořt (Pavel Zednícek) with his rifle at the ceremony onset of unit before the state flag.
Frontiersman Janoušek (Petr Cepek) monitors construction of a new customs house with a rifle.
Financial Guard respicient Babušek (Leopold Haverl) (right) fired a rifle on the smugglers.
Top respicient Halva (Radoslav Brzobohatý) shoot a smuggled horses.

Unidentified rifle

Smuggler Stefan Hnácik (Karol Cálik) owned an unidentified hunter rifle.

Stefan Hnácik (Karol Cálik) with his rifle on back.
Smuggler in shootout with customs officers.

Carcano M91 Rifle

Smuggler Imro Jakuvec (Jozef Adamovic) carries a Carcano M91 cavalry carbine.

Carcano M91/38 Cavalry Carbine with folded bayonet - 6.5mm.
Imro Jakuvec (Jozef Adamovic) on a horse holds his carbine in hand.
Close up of Carcano M91.

Sawn-off Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Carbine

Smuggler Palo Šebo-Macúch (Ivan Palúch) and also his band chief Marek Orbán (Michal Docolomanský) use a Sawn-off Mosin Nagant M1891/30 carbine.

Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine - 7.62x54mmR
Palo Šebo-Macúch (Ivan Palúch) carries Sawn-off Mosin Nagant M1891/30 carbine on his back.
Palo started a firing at Czechoslovak custom officer.
Smuggler leader Marek Orbán (Michal Docolomanský) also used this cut carbine.


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