Prosha, the Prince (Tsarevich Prosha)

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Prosha, the Prince
(Tsarevich Prosha)
Tsarevich Prosha poster.jpg
Original Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Nadezhda Kosheverova
Release Date 1974
Language Russian
French (or Italian)
German
Studio Lenfilm Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Prosha, the Prince Sergey Martynov
Lutonya Valeriy Zolotukhin
Princess Tatyana Shestakova
Derdidas Evgeniy Tilicheev
Sebastian Julius Maria Mops Aleksandr Benyaminov
Okh Valeri Nosik
Bertha Tatyana Pelttser
Brigand Chieff Sergey Filippov
King Quatorze IX Georgiy Vitsin
Tsar Yermolay Vsevolod Kuznetsov


Prosha, the Prince (Царевич Проша; Tsarevich Prosha) is a Soviet 1974 family comedy directed by Nadezhda Kosheverova.


The following weapons were used in the film Prosha, the Prince (Tsarevich Prosha):

Contents


Pistols

Russian M1848 Infantry Percussion Cap Pistol

Numerous brigands uses Russian M1848 Infantry Percussion Cap Pistols.

Russian M1848 Infantry soldier's percussion cap pistol - .71 caliber
Brigand (at the center) brandishes his pistol.
Brigand (at the center) raises the pistol.
The barrel of his pistol is seen.
Brigand draws his pistol at Lutonya (Valeriy Zolotukhin).
Brigand (at the right) with the pistol on his belt.
Brigand (at the right) with the pistol on his belt. Brigand at the left carries Reichsrevolver on his belt.
Brigand fires his pistol in air during the chaise.
Brigand (at the left) holds his pistol).
Brigand carry the pistol on the belt.

Russian Cavalry Pistol M1809

Several Russian Cavalry Pistol M1809s is used by the brigands.

Russian Cavalry Pistol M1809 - .70 cal
Numerous brigands (two from the left and third one from the right) armed with the pistols.
Brigand (at the left) with the pistol on the belt.
A slightly other view of this scene.
Brigand (at the right) hold the pistol.

Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol

Brigands second in command (Anatoli Abramov) uses Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol as his firearm of choice.

Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol - 1 inch - brass frame and barrel
Brigands second in command with a pistol, tuck to his belt.
The same character with the same pistol after the chaise.
Brigand threatens Lutonya with his Webley & Scott.
The another view of his Webley & Scott.

Revolvers

Reichsrevolver M1879

Several brigands can be seen armed with the Reichsrevolver M1879s.

Reichsrevolver M1879 Revolver - 10.6x25R
Brigand (at the left) holds Reichsrevolver.
The same characters a few seconds later.
Brigand runs, revolver in hands.
A slightly other view of his weapon.
Brigand (second from the left) aims his revolver at Lutonya (Valeriy Zolotukhin).
Brigand (Valeri Smolyakov) brandishes the revolver during the chaise.
Brigand draws his Reichsrevolver...
...and aims it.
Brigand (at the left) aims his revolver at Lutonya.
Brigand (second from the left) carry his Reichsrevolver on his belt.
Brigand struggles with Prosha, tucking his Reichsrevolver on the belt.

Lefaucheux Model 1854

The Lefaucheux Model 1854 is the most popular firearms, which was used by the brigands.

Lefaucheux Model 1854 - 12mm Pinfire.
Brigand (at the right) holds Lefaucheux.
The same characters a few seconds later.
Brigand (at the left) aims his revolver at Lutonya (Valeriy Zolotukhin).
Brigand (at the left) with the revolver on his belt.
The revolver is seen aimed by the brigand.
Brigand (at the left) raises his Lefaucheux.
The slightly other view of his Lefaucheux.
Lefaucheux is seen aimed at the right. Brigand (third from the right) holds the Reichsrevolver.

Long Guns

Percussion Shotgun

King Quatorze IX (Georgiy Vitsin) and the Forester (Aleksandr Susnin) both uses Percussion Shotguns (most likely, a single movie prop was used).

1860 Russian-made Single Barreled Percussion Shotgun
The shotgun is seen on the titles.
King Quatorze IX holds the shotgun during the hunting.
Forester runs, shotgun in hands.
The ramrod is seen.
Forester raises his shotgun...
...and fires it.
Forester holds the shotgun after firing it.
Percussion hammer is seen.
The ramrod...
...and barrel band can be seen.

Percussion Carbine

The short percussion carbine is seen fired by the brigand. This is probably a hunting model, and likely the same prop that was used in The Snow Queen (Snezhnaya koroleva) and Truffaldino from Bergamo (Truffaldino iz Bergamo), also a Lenfilm production.

For comparison: Russian M1849 percussion cap cavalry carbine
Brigand brandishes his rifle.
The rifle is aimed...
...and fired. Note the hammer moving.


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