Three Thieves (Protsess o tryokh millionakh)
Three Thieves (US release title; original title is Protsess o tryokh millionakh ("The Three Million Trial")) is a Soviet 1926 B&W silent crime comedy directed by Yakov Protazanov and based on the play "I tre ladri" by Umberto Notari. Cascarilla (Anatoli Ktorov), a gentleman thief of international fame, plans to steal a great sum of cash from the house of banker Ornano (Mikhail Klimov) but his plans are spoiled by the appearance of small-time burglar Tapioca (Igor Ilyinsky).
The following weapons were used in the film Three Thieves (Protsess o tryokh millionakh):
FN Model 1900
FN Model 1905
During the scene in Noris Ornano's room Cascarilla's pistol switches to a gun-shaped lighter. In the final scene the lighter falls in hands of Count Mirambelli (Nikolai Prozorovsky), making him very astonished.
Mosin Nagant M1891
Prison guards on the trial carry Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry rifles.