Unfinished Supper (Nezakonchennyy uzhin)

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Unfinished Supper
(Nezakonchennyy uzhin)
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DVD Cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Janis Streics
Release Date 1981
Language Russian
Studio Riga Film Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Commissioner Martin Beck Romualds Ancans
Inspector Per Mansson Uldis Vazdiks
Inspector Deputy Benny Skacke Janis Paukstello
Inspector Deputy Backlund Paul Butkevich
Asa Thorell Akvelina Livmane
Viktor Palmgren Arturs Dimiters
Otto Hampus Broberg Arnolds Linins
Sara Muberg Mirdza Martinsone


Unfinished Supper (original Russian title Nezakonchennyy uzhin, Latvian title Nepabeigtas vakarinas) is a Soviet Latvian 1981 (filmed 1979) made for TV detective movie, directed by Janis Streics and based on the Swedish novel "Polis, polis, potatismos!" (English title "Murder at the Savoy") by Per Wahloo and Maj Sjowall. Viktor Palmgren, a director of large company, is shot in front of a dozen witnesses in restaurant. The murderer confesses and is arrested, but further investigation leads Commissioner Martin Beck to Palmgren's shadow business in illegal arms trade.


The following weapons were used in the film Unfinished Supper (Nezakonchennyy uzhin):

Contents


Revolvers

Nagant M1895

A Nagant M1895 revolver, fitted with obviously fake sound suppressor, is used by Bertil Svensson (Edgar Liepins) to shot businessman Viktor Palmgren (Arturs Dimiters). Following the original novel, the revolver is described as "Arminius-22".

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant
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Pistols

CZ 27

Police inspector deputy Backlund (Paul Butkevich) carries a CZ 27 pistol (in reality this gun wasn't ever issued to Swedish police).

CZ 27 - .32 ACP
Backlund holds his CZ 27.
Another view of the pistol.
A view of the muzzle. A kid at the background holds a toy revolver.
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Backlund in shootout with Broberg.

Margolin MTs

A Margolin MTs target pistol is seen on shooting range in hands of shooting coach (Ilga Vitola) and a shooter (Talivaldis Abolins).

Margolin MTsM with magazine removed - .22 LR
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Shooting coach with a Margolin pistol.
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A shooter on range.

IZh-45

Inspector of Security Police Paulsson (Bertulis Pizics) carries an IZh-45 (also known as SPP) air pistol in shoulder holster.

IZh-45 SPP air pistol - 4.5mm
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Paulsson's pistol is seen in holster.

IZh-SPL

Director Otto Hampus Broberg (Arnolds Linins) uses an IZh-SPL starter pistol when he fires at Backlund. IZh-SPL appears in this scene in accordance with the original novel where Broberg uses a starter pistol.

Izhmekh IZh-SPL - .22 blank or Gevelot small cap
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Broberg fires.
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A close view of the starter pistol.

Footage

Mle 1892 Revolver

A photo of French Mle 1892 Revolver is seen in Inspector Per Mansson's office.

Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8x27mm SR (left side)
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Documentary footage of various local conflicts is used to depict the career of weapon dealer Viktor Palmgren.

Uzi

Uzi SMGs are seen on a photo.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
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M16

M16 assault rifles of unclear model (or several models) are seen on photos.

M16 aka SP1 (flat "slab side receiver") with an A1 "birdcage" Flash hider, used to resemble the M16A1 in many Vietnam era movies. This version has a 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
An African fighter fires an M16.
A soldier at the right holds an M16.
An M16 is seen on the land next to a wounded soldier.

AKM

AKM assault rifles are seen on a photo. The shape of bayonets allows to identify these guns as AKMs, rather than AK-47s.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
African soldiers march with AKMs with attached bayonets.

FN MAG

An FN MAG machine gun is seen on a photo.

FN MAG 58 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A soldier at the left holds a machine gun.

Browning M2HB

A Browning M2HB is seen mounted on the turret of M41 Walker Bulldog tank on a photo.

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
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Nudelman-Nemenov NN-30

An AK-230 with twin Nudelman-Nemenov NN-30 autocannon can be seen mounted on Project 770 (Polnocny class) landing ship.

AK-230 with twin Nudelman-Nemenov NN-30 - 30x210mmB
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Percussion Cap Musket

An African fighter raises a percussion cap musket.

Hand Grenade

A soldier at the left carries a hand grenade. Its outlook resembles RGD-5 but it's only a vague guess.

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Armour

Polish TOPAS-2AP APCs leaving Project 770 (Polnocny class) landing ship (this photo can be found in Wikipedia in better quality).

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M41 Walker Bulldog tank is seen on a photo.

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Aircrafts

Unidentified bomber planes over battlefield.
Lockheed AH-56 Cheyenne attack helicopter.
Jet fighters and armament on exibition.

Trivia

Holsters

Swedish police officers, including Kurt Kvant (Voldemars Lobins) and Karl Kristiansson (Boleslavs Ruzs), carry holsters for Makarov PM. Such white holsters were issued to Soviet GAI (traffic police).

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Kvant and Kristiansson carry PM holsters that look flat and empty.



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