Sovereign's Servant (Sluga Gosudarev), The

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The Sovereign's Servant
Sluga Gosudarev
Sluga Gosudarev poster.jpg
English poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Oleg Ryaskov
Release Date 2007
Language Russian
French
Polish
Swedish
German
Studio Beta Film TV
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chevalier Charles de Brézé Dmitriy Miller
Grigory Voronov Aleksandr Bukharov
Angie Aleksey Chadov
Anka Darya Semyonova
Antoine De La Bouche Valeriy Malikov
Charlotte de Monterras Kseniya Knyazeva
Peter the Great Andrey Sukhov
Louis XIV of France Dmitriy Shilyaev
Alexander Menshikov Andrey Ryklin
Inn Owner Nikolay Chindyaykin



The following weapons were used in the film The Sovereign's Servant (Sluga Gosudarev):

Contents


Flintlock Pistol

Many varios characters uses Flintlock Pistols throughout the movie. Chevalier Charles de Brézé (Dmitriy Miller) fires flintlock pistol at the a few scenes. Grigory Voronov (Aleksandr Bukharov) uses flintlock pistol throughout the movie. Angie (Aleksey Chadov) and Anka (Darya Semyonova) both uses flintlock pistols many times. Antoine De La Bouche (Valeriy Malikov) briefly holds flintlock pistol at the one moment. Marquise von Shomberg (Ivan Shibanov) fires flintlock pistol during the fighting with a Polish brigands. Brigands them-self also fires flintlock pistols at this moment.

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British 1756 Light Dragoon Pistol - .68 caliber
Angie (Aleksey Chadov) cocks his pistol...
...but Grigory Voronov disarms him.
Antoine De La Bouche hands his pistols to his manservant.
Grigory Voronov with a pistol.
Marquise von Shomberg fires the pistol at the brigand.
Little boy with a Charless' pistol.
Charles de Brézé discharges his pistol at the Swedish soldier.
Antoine De La Bouche fires his pistol.
Grigory Voronov (masked as Swedish soldier) draws the pistol...
...and fires it.
Anka aims...
...and fires her pistol.

Brown Bess Flintlock Musket

Most of the Swedish (stared by Andrey Averyanov, Nikita Emshanov, Evgeniy Vlasenko, Evgeniy Goroshko, I. Grigorev, Anton Ketov, Aleksey Korolyov, Anton Kutsenko, Sergey Miller, Aleksandr Vasilevskiy, Konstantin Taran, Oleg Karin, Aleksandr Zagrebin, Aleksandr Gundarev, Yuriy Maslak, Aleksey Safonov, Aleksandr Anshyutts, Aleksandr Zhogol and Sergey Aprelskiy) and Russian soldiers (stared by Dmitriy Gusev, V. Pravdin, Aleksey Veretin, Sergey Nafikov, Aleksandr Dubovitskiy, Viktor Pipa, Nikolay Kolchitskiy, Mikhail Negin, Kirill Petrov, Mikhail Solodko, Vladimir Priezshev, Vladimir Yakovlev, Aleksey Fursenko, Boris Tenin II, Igor Troshin, Vasiliy Fursenko, Aleksandr Khmelnitskiy, Gleb Ivanov, Nikolay Fursenko, Sergey Vasilenko, Aleksandr Grishin and Vladimir Lyubovsky) can be seen armed with the Brown Bess Flintlock Muskets. The Inn owner (Nikolay Chindyaykin) gave a few of it to Angie (Aleksey Chadov).

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Modern reproduction "Long Land Pattern" Brown Bess Infantry musket made from 1722-1768 - .75 caliber.
A promotional shot af Swedish soldier (Aleksandr Zhogol) with the musket.
Another promotional imge.
Russian soldier aims his musket.
Another Russian soldier with the musket on the sling.
The flintlock is perfectly seen.
The Inn owner (Nikolay Chindyaykin) with a bundle of muskets.
The coachman (Aleksandr Pyatkov) puts the musket, which he is given by Russian soldier.
Swedish soldiers raies their muskets.
Swedish soldier tries to hit Voronov by the buttstock of his musket.
Swedish soldiers fires their muskets.
A perfect view of the buttstocks of muskets in the hands of Swedish soldiers.
Swedish soldiers raises their muskets.

Flintlock Fowler

Near all members of Polish brigands (stared by Aleksey Agryzkov, Andrey Balyakin, Yuriy Gumirov, Yakov Efimov, Denis Panchenko, Roman Stepenskiy, Georgiy Teslya-Gerasimov, Aleksandr Gizgizov, Aleksey Surkov and Denis Shvedov) fires Flintlock Fowlers during the attack. One was used by Chevalier Charles de Brézé (Dmitriy Miller). Grigoriy Voronov fires similar gun at the one point. Several Swedish and Russian soldiers also fires it. Angie (Aleksey Chadov) captures this weapon and fires one time.

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Harmon Deming Flintlock Fowler
Brigands fires.
A close up.
Chevalier Charles de Brézé grabs the gun...
...and fires it.
Grigoriy Voronov raises captured gun...
...but Chevalier Charles de Brézé hit's the weapon, result the missfire.
Swedish soldier aims the gun.
Angie (Aleksey Chadov) fires captured gun.
Russian soldier fires their guns at the night scene.
Russian soldiers aims.
A good view of the guns in the hands of Russian soldiers.
Swedish soldiers during the Poltava battle.

Lorenz Rifle (mocked up as flintlock musket)

Several Russian and Swedish soldiers fires Lorenz Rifles, mocked up as flintlock muskets.

Austrian Lorenz 1854 Infantry Rifle - .54 Caliber
Russian soldiers raises their rifles...
...and aims it. Note that the hammer is mocked up as flintlock, while the gun is clearly percussion.
Swedish soldiers fires their rifles.

Unknown Long Gun

An unknown long gun can be briefly seen in the hands of Russian solder.

The long gun is seen at the background, left. Note the short stock and long barrel, which differ this gun from other long guns, that appeared in this movie.

Hand Mortar

Russian soldiers use percussion Hand Mortars during the Poltava battle.

Russian soldiers fires the hand mortars.
The mortars is fired.
A close up. Note, that the hammers is mocked-up as flintlock, while lock is clearly percussion.

Fuse Grenade

Swedish soldiers through the fuse grenades during the Poltava battle.

1700 hand fuse Grenade
Swedish soldier prepares to use activated grenade against Russian soldiers.

Cannon

Russian and Swedish soldiers fires various types of smooth-bore muzzleloaded cannons during the Poltava battle.

Russian soldiers readies the cannon before the battle.
Swedish soldiers fires the cannons during the Poltava battle.
The cannon, used by Russian soldiers, is seen at the left.
Russian soldiers fires the cannons.
Grigory Voronov prepares to discharge the cannon on Swedish army.
The cannon is perfectly seen.
Another cannon is seen in the Russian Redoubt, after it was captured by the Swedish army.


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