Pavel Kadochnikov

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Pavel Kadochnikov (1915-1988) holds a Frommer Stop as Maj. Aleksey Fedotov alias Heinrich Eckert in Secret Agent (Podvig razvedchika) (1947).

Pavel Petrovich Kadochnikov (July 16 (Old Style July 29), 1915 – May 2, 1988) was a Soviet actor, film director and screenwriter. He appeared in more than eighty movies. Among his most notable roles are Prince Vladimir of Staritsa in Sergei Eisenstein's Ivan the Terrible, Soviet intelligence officer Aleksey Fedotov in Secret Agent (Podvig razvedchika) (1947), the movie that became the predecessor and inspirer of all Soviet spy films, and Soviet fighter ace Alexei Maresiev in Story of a Real Man. In 1979 he was awarded the title of the People's Artist of the USSR, and in 1985 the title of the Hero of Socialist Labor.

Pavel Kadochnikov can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Mauser M1914 Aleksey Fedotov Secret Agent (Podvig razvedchika) 1947
Frommer Stop Aleksey Fedotov Secret Agent (Podvig razvedchika) 1947
Walther PP Fyodor Kashlev alias "Nyrok" Missing Among the Living (Propavshiye sredi zhivykh) 1981
CZ 27 Fyodor Kashlev alias "Nyrok" Missing Among the Living (Propavshiye sredi zhivykh) 1981
Makarov PM Fyodor Kashlev alias "Nyrok" Missing Among the Living (Propavshiye sredi zhivykh) 1981



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