Price of Treasures (Tsena sokrovishch), The

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The Price of Treasures (Tsena sokrovishch)
Tsena sokrovishch Poster.jpg
Modern Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Sergey Tarasov
Release Date 1993
Language Russian
Studio 12A Stuio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Anna Nadezhda Gorshkova
Pavel Aleksandr Koznov
Harry Cocker Aleksandr Inshakov
Sam Viktor Grigoryev
Kurt Sergey Tarasov
Tilly Larisa Luzhina
British Sergeant Evgeniy Degtyarenko


The Price of Treasures (Tsena sokrovishch) is a 1993 (filmed 1992) Russian adventure movie directed by Sergey Tarasov. The story is set in South Africa in 1901, during the Second Boer War. Pavel (Aleksandr Koznov), a Russian Navy officer and a volunteer in Boer army, and local woman Anna (Nadezhda Gorshkova) get a mission to find treasures, hidden long ago by pirates. But a local gang under Harry Cocker (Aleksandr Inshakov) also learn about the treasures and try to get them.


The following weapons were used in the film The Price of Treasures (Tsena sokrovishch):

Contents


Revolvers

Webley Revolver

Pavel's (Aleksandr Koznov) handgun is a Webley revolver, possibly a Webley .38 Mk IV (this revolver appeared only in 1930s; his "namesake" .455 Mk IV had a prominent use in the Boer War).

For comparison: Webley Mk IV, 4" barreled "Duty" model - .38 S&W
Pavel carries a Webley in his belt.
He draws the revolver.
Pavel holds the revolver.
The barrel is possibly 4".
The general shape of the revolver.

Nagant M1895

Harry Cocker (Aleksandr Inshakov), his second-in-command Sam (Viktor Grigoryev) and some other bandits carry Nagant M1895 revolvers. It actually non appropriate for Boer War, but used due to the lack of better fitting guns. They maybe standing for the Webley RIC, which had a similar appearance and loading system with a loading gate and retractable ejector rod.

Note: see additional images on talk page.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
A good view of Harry Cocker's Nagant.
The post-1930 front sight of Cocker's Nagant can be seen.
A bandit at the foreground holds a Nagant.
Cocker fires at British Sergeant.
Sam holds a Nagant.
A bandit fires.
Cocker with a Nagant.
Sam fires at Pavel.
A close view of the muzzle of Cocker's revolver.

Unidentified revolver

A British Sergeant (Evgeniy Degtyarenko) in charge of a patrol carries a nondescript revolver. His holster looks like a Nagant pattern but the revolver has wide grip.

The Sergeant carries his revolver in Nagant holster.
A wide grip can be seen.

Pistols

Mauser C96

Mauser C96 pistols are used by several bandits. In one scene Pavel (Aleksandr Koznov) disarms a bandit and uses his pistol. White C96s were widely used during the Boer War, screen guns are of Wartime Commercial model that appeared only ten years later.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser. Wartime Commercial model differ in details.
A bandit holds a Mauser C96.
Pavel disarms a bandit.
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Pavel fires at chasing bandits.
The safety lacks a hole through the knob that matches Wartime Commercial model.
The grip is seen.
Pavel's pistol runs dry.
A bandit with a Mauser.
Same character carries a Mauser in open holster.
Another bandit with a Mauser.

Rifles

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III rifles are widely used by Pavel (Aleksandr Koznov), Anna (Nadezhda Gorshkova), Cocker's bandits and British soldiers. Like most other weapons in the movie, SMLE rifles are out of time, being introduced only in 1907 (during the Boer War British troops were armed with Lee–Metford and Magazine Lee-Enfield (MLE) rifles).

Note: see additional images on talk page.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III - .303 British
Bandit Tom (Evgeniy Bogorodskiy) with Lee-Enfield in cave.
A Lee-Enfield in hands of a bandit.
British soldiers with Lee-Enfield rifles and fake Lewis machine gun (see below).
Tom with Lee-Enfield rifle.
Tom reloads his rifle.
A bandit fires.
A British soldier fires.
A good view of the stock of No.1 Mk.III rifle.
Pavel takes a rifle from dead bandit.
Tsena sokrovishch-SMLE-17.jpg
Anna fires.

Winchester Model 1895

Winchester Model 1895 are also used by bandits. These rifles are of Russian contract model, introduced in 1915.

A Russian contract Model 1895 in 7.62x54 Russian. Note the loading bridge over the reciever
A bearded bandit carries a Winchester 1895 rifle.
A close view of the Winchester in hands of another bandit. The loading bridge over the reciever can be seen.
Same character carries his rifle on sling.
A good view of the rifle in hands of same bandit.
Bandits with Mauser C96, Winchester and SMLE rifles.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

One of the bandits is seen with a Double Barreled Shotgun.

A bandit holds his shotgun single-hand.
Same character carries his shotgun on sling at the left.
Same character aims his shotgun in center.
The bandit fires. His companion fires an SMLE rifle.

Machine Guns

Degtyaryov DT (Mocked Up as Lewis)

A Degtyaryov DT, visually modified to resemble Lewis, is used by British cavalrymen and then by Pavel (Aleksandr Koznov). Lewis machine gun appeared only in 1911 and put to service in 1913; and in 1901 no light machine gun was issued to any army. The appropriate to time and place of action would be a Maxim machine gun, from whom one would expect that a single man would only ever to be able to carry the fully assembled weapon for short distances. The screen gun is possibly taken from Mosfilm armoury as it very closely resembles the ones, seen in Mosfilm productions, such as Svoy sredi chuzhikh, chuzhoy sredi svoikh and Kto zaplatit za udachu?.

DT machine gun with bipod - 7.62x54mm R
Lewis Gun - .303 British
A British cavalryman carries a fake Lewis in saddle.
A soldier fires the machine gun.
Firing machine gun.
Another view of the fake Lewis.
The barrel and magazine.
Cocker's gang control the machine gun.
Tsena sokrovishch-DT-Lewis-9.jpg
Tsena sokrovishch-DT-Lewis-10.jpg
Tsena sokrovishch-DT-Lewis-11.jpg
Pavel fires the machine gun.



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