|Expres z Norimberka
||Ceskoslovenský Státní Film
||Ustredni Pujcovna Filmu
The Nuremberg Express (Original title: Expres z Norimberka) is a 1954 Czech black-and-white espionage drama directed by Vladimír Cech. A young teacher Věra Mikulová (Lida Vendlová) in city Cheb entered into an express train that goes from Nuremberg to Prague. When he wants to make adjustments, she dropped her mirror to the ground and it turns out that under one seat is something hidden, what customs officers during their inspection undiscovered . She does not know, whom has confide, finally find a person (Svatopluk Benes) that seemed reputable. However, it is one of the foreign spies who have tasked contraband pick up. Is it a hidden plan to carrying out sabotages. But authorities of Czechoslovak counterintelligence service (StB) not sleeps!
The following weapons were used in the film The Nuremberg Express:
Agents Řehoř (Svatopluk Benes) and Radimsky (Bohus Záhorský) in the film use Walther PP pistols.
Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP
Agent Ŕehoř (Svatopluk Benes) pulls his Walther PP
in a train.
Later, the Agent used a gun for to seize ambulance.
Agent Radimsky pulls a gun at Věra Mikulová outside her apartment.
Then forced her to entered into prepared taxi.
StB officers František Klíma (Josef Bek) and Jiří Mareš (Ladislav Chudík) carry CZ 50 pistols.
František Klíma (Josef Bek) pulls a CZ 50
František Klima calms Věra Mikulová (Lída Vendlová) with his sidearm in hand.
Jiri Mares (Ladislav Chudík) (left) arrests Agent Radimský (Bohus Záhorský
Jiří Mareš (Ladislav Chudík) holds CZ 50
Colt New Service
In the final shootout Agent Nowak (Miroslav Homola) pulls Colt New Service revolver.
Colt New Service - .45 caliber
Mk 2 hand grenade
Agent Nowak (Miroslav Homola) moreover owned a Mk 2 hand grenade.
Mk 2 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Nowak triggered a grenade in his hand ...
... with his hands above his head pretending that he wanted to surrender.