Third Take (Tretiy dubl), The
The Third Take (a direct translation of original title Tretiy dubl (literally "The third double"; "double" here is a cinematographic term with same meaning as "take") is a 1992 Russian detective movie directed by Lev Tsutsulkovsky. A well known pop singer disappears during filming. To deal with this case, detective Aleksandr Panin have to plunge into the dark depths of show business.
The following weapons were used in the film The Third Take (Tretiy dubl):
Makarov PM pistols are used by Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) detectives Capt. Aleksandr Sergeevich Panin (Yulian Makarov) and Dmitriy Somov (Yuri Karpenko), and GAI (road police) inspector Sr.Lt. Vladimir Uzlov (Stanislav Fesyunov). One of the kidnappers, Yakovlev (Dmitriy Shulkin), is also seen with a PM.
An unnamed kidnapper holds a revolver that generally resembles a Colt Python but isn't seen clear enough for certain indentification (some blank firing Python-style revolver, like Bruni Magnum, is also a possible guess).