Seven Old Men and a Girl (Sem starikov i odna devushka)
Seven Old Men and a Girl (Sem starikov i odna devushka) is a Soviet 1969 (filmed 1968) made for TV comedy directed by Yevgeni Karelov. A young woman Elena Velichko (Svetlana Savyolova) is a coach in a sports club. She has to work with a so-called "group of health", six middle age men whom Elena thinks to be too old and unpromising. But due to the sympathy between Elena and a student Volodya Tyupin (Valentin Smirnitskiy) who joins the group, the men try their best to be successful and united in a friendly team.
The following weapons were used in the film Seven Old Men and a Girl (Sem starikov i odna devushka):
A TT-33 is seen in hand of Sergey Sergeevich Anisov (Aleksandr Beniaminov) when he dreams about his chase after Fantômas. In the climactic scene two robbers (Yevgeny Morgunov and Yuri Nikulin) are armed with TT-33 pistols. One of two pistols of the first robber appears to be a wartime TT with typical checkered wood grips.
IZh-SPL Starting Pistol
Elena Velichko holds an IZh-SPL starting pistol.