Weisse Wölfe

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Weisse Wölfe
Weisse wlfecover.jpg
DVD Cover
Country GDR.jpg East Germany
YUG.jpg Yugoslavia
Directed by Konrad Petzold
Release Date 1969
Language German
Studio VEB DEFA-Studio für Spielfilme
Main Cast
Character Actor
Farsighted Falcon Gojko Mitic
Andy Sleek Karl Zugowski
Catherine Emerson Barbara Brylska
James Bashan Rolf Hoppe
Samuel 'Sam' D. Blake Helmut Schreiber
Pat Patterson Holger Mahlich
Jim 'Bad Face' Milan Jablonsky
Captain Wessels Horst Preusker


Weisse Wölfe (English: White Wolves) is a East German (DEFA film studio)-Yugoslavian (Bosna Film film studio) western film of 1969. The story is a loose continuation of the previous film with Gojko Mitic as Farsighted Falcon, called Trail of the Falcon.

The following firearms can be seen in the film Weisse Wölfe:

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Winchester Model 1892

Dakota Indians, bandits and traitor Andy Sleek (Karl Zugowski), however also Catherine Emerson (Barbara Brylska) used a Winchester Model 1892.

Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
Falcon (Gojko Mitic) with his Winchester Model 1892
A bandit with the rifle.
Karl Zugowski-Wonchester Model 1892.jpg
Barbara Brylska-Winchester Model 1892.jpg

Single Action Army

The bandits and the lawmen or also Sam Blake (Helmut Schreiber) are armed by Single Action Army revolvers.

Cavalry Model (7.5" barrel)

Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model.
Bandits-SAA.jpg
Helmut Schreiber-Single Action Army.jpg
Karl Zugowski-Single Action Army.jpg
Fred Delmare-Single Action Army.jpg

Reichsrevolver M1879

Captain Wessels (Horst Preusker), Bashan (Rolf Hoppe) and his aide Jim (Milan Jablonsky) used a Reichsrevolver M1879.

Reichsrevolver M1879 Revolver - 10,6x25R
Enfield Mk. II - .476 Enfield.
Rolf Hoppe-EnfieldMk II.jpg
Jablonsky-Single Action Army.jpg



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