Sinful People of Prague, The

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The Sinful People of Prague
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The Sinful People of Prague
Country Czech-republic-flag.jpg Czech Republic
Language Czech
Channel CT1
Creator CST
Genre Crime
Broadcast 1968 - 1970
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 13
Main Cast
Character Actor
Vacátko, police board Jaroslav Marvan
Detective Bruzek Josef Bláha
Detective Bouse Josef Vinklár
Detective Mrázek Frantisek Filipovský
Col. Rudolf Pilát Martin Ruzek
The army officer Jirí Zahajský
Sgt. Vodsedálek Cestmír Randa



The Sinful People of Prague (original title: Hrísní lidé mesta prazského) is a 1967-70 is Czechoslovak criminal TV series directed by Jirí Sequens based on stories by Jirí Marek. In Prague the police homicide department struggles with crime and the underworld during the first Czechslovak Republic. Even the most sophisticated criminals have no chance to escape the deductive abilities of inspectors Mrazek (Frantisek Filipovský), Bružek (Josef Bláha) and Bouše (Josef Vinklár). Jaroslav Marvan alias Vacátko keeps an eye on their work from his post on the police board.


The following weapons were used in the television series The Sinful People of Prague:


Contents


Pistols

Beretta Model 1934

Czechoslovak army officer (Jirí Zahajský) in 2nd episode titled as "Malý a velký vrah" (Small and big killer) wore a Beretta M1934 pistol.

Beretta Model 1934 - .380 ACP
Lieutenant holds his pistol in hand ready to fire.
Lieutenant shoots at prchajcího offender.

Browning Hi-Power

Not only among the officers of the Czechoslovak army was popular a Browning Hi-Power pistol.

The first version of the classic pistol, developed by John Browning and Dieudonné Saive, and adopted by Belgium in 1935, the FN P-35 - 9x19mm.
Inspector Bouše (Josef Vinklár) handled this pistol in 5th episode called "Černé rukavice" (The black gloves).
Col. Rudolf Pilát (Martin Ruzek) on a military firing range shows off his shooting championship in the 12th episode titled "Špion přijede v sedm" (Spy arrives at seven o'clock).

CZ 27

For the police service weapon of Czechoslovak Republic was later adopted the CZ 27 pistol.

CZ 27 - .32 ACP
Inspector Bružek (Josef Bláha) holds his service gun in 9th episode "Turecká náusnice" (Turkish earrings).
Inspector Bouše (Josef Vinklár) aims his gun in episode called "Turecká náusnice" (Turkish earrings).
Inspector Mrázek (Frantisek Filipovský) holds her pistol in 11th episode titled "Hra" (The Game).

CZ 38

Killer Valínek (Milan Kindl) alias the "Fat Venca" uses an CZ 38 pistol in the episode titled "Malý a velký vrah" (Little and big killer).

CZ 38 - 9×17mm Browning Short
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FN Model 1903 Long

Killer Josef Pírko (Rudolf Macharovský) used a FN Model 1903 pistol in 5th episode called "Černá rukavice" (The Black Gloves).

FN Browning Model 1903 Pocket - 9 x 20 mm Browning Long
Forest killer has used repeatedly this pistol. Remained after him a cartridges of 9 mm caliber.
Inspector Bouše (Josef Vinklár) found the murder weapon from the forest.

FN Model 1922

First Czechoslovak police service weapon was a FN Model 1922 pistol.

FN Model 1922 - .32 ACP
Police inspector Mrázek (Frantisek Filipovský) holds this service gun in 5nd episode "Černé rukavice" (The black gloves).
Police inspector Bouše (Josef Vinklár) (front) was also in 5nd episode equipped by this weapon, Mr. Bružek (Josef Bláha) (bahind) holds a likely Sauer 38H pistol in his hand.
Patrolman at the end of the fifth episode aims his pistol a at a suspect's body lying in the park.

Mannlicher Model 1905

Killer Josef Pírko (Rudolf Macharovský) owned also the Mannlicher Model 1905 pistol.

Mannlicher Model 1905
The pistol is seen in a crate with arms.

Sauer 38H

Police inspector Mrázek (Frantisek Filipovský) pulls the Sauer 38H pistol in 2nd episode called "Malý a velký vrah" (Small and big killer).

Sauer 38H - .32 ACP
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Steyr M1912

In the apartment of suspect was also a Steyr M1912 pistol in 5th episode titled "Černá rukavice" (The Black Gloves).

Steyr Hahn Model 1912 (1913 mfg) - 9x23mm Steyr
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Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In the series also appeared a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver, widely used in this period.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
A policeman shoots at the station after the fleeing offender in an episode "Malý a velký vrah" (Little and big killer).
Killer Pírko (Rudolf Macharovský) also originally used this revolver in episode "Černé rukavice" (The black gloves).

Rifles

Czech VZ-24 Mauser

Czechoslovak gendarmerie were mainly armed with a VZ-24 Czech Mauser rifles.

Czech vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Gendarme (Otto Simánek) speak with an inspector Bouse in episode "Černé rukavice" (The black gloves).
Sgt. Vodsedálek (Cestmír Randa) in episode "Špion přijede v sedm" (Spy arrives at seven o'clock).

FN Trombone

In the 9th episode titled "Turecká náusnice" (Turkish earrings) the retarded killer Hynek uses the FN Trombone pump action rifle, that say "Flobertka".

FN Trombone - .22 LR
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