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Curse of Snakes Valley (Klatwa doliny wezy)

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Curse of Snakes Valley (Klatwa doliny wezy)
Klatwa doliny wezy.jpg
Original Polish Poster
Country POL.jpg Poland
Directed by Marek Piestrak
Release Date 1987
Language Polish
Studio Tallinnfilm
Zespół Filmowy OKO
Main Cast
Character Actor
Bernard Traven Roman Wilhelmi
Jan Tarnas Krzysztof Kolberger
Christine Jaubert Ewa Sałacka
Breecher Igor Przegrodzki
Morineau Zygmunt Bielawski
Noiret Zbigniew Lesień

Curse of Snakes Valley (original Polish title Klątwa Doliny Węży, Russian title Zaklyatie doliny zmei) is a 1987 Polish-Soviet sci-fi adventure movie directed by Marek Piestrak. A former French officer Bernard Traven (Roman Wilhelmi) returns from the First Indochina war with an ancient artifact that appears to be a key to some forgotten place with great treasures. Many years later he returns to Laos together with a Polish scientist Jan Tarnas (Krzysztof Kolberger) and a French journalist Christine Jaubert (Ewa Sałacka) in order to find the treasure that appears to be a legacy of extraterrestrial visit on Earth.

The following weapons were used in the film Curse of Snakes Valley (Klatwa doliny wezy):


Bernard Traven (Roman Wilhelmi) carries an M1911A1 pistol in several scenes. M1911s are seen in hands of Breecher's henchmen.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP
Traven holds his pistol in the opening scene.
Traven enters the Laotian monastery in the same scene.
Traven threatens monks.
Traven holds his pistol during the return to the monastery.
Breecher's henchman is slain with a shuriken before he manages to fire at a monk.


In firing scenes Traven's M1911A1 is substituted with TT-33 (supposedly Polish wz. 33 version).

Pw wz.33 - 7.62x25mm. Produced at the Radom factory in Poland between 1952 and 1956.
Traven fires a TT.

Unidentified pistols

In the opening scene Traven's co-pilot draws a pistol that resembles some version of M1911 but most likely is a non-firing replica.

The dying co-pilot draws his pistol...
...and drops it.

In one scene Jan Tarnas (Krzysztof Kolberger) disarms one of Breecher's henchmen.

Tarnas grabs the pistol.
Tarnas aims.

Sturmgewehr 44

In the final scene security guards on the airfield are armed with Sturmgewehr 44 rifles.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm.
A close view of the barrel of StG 44.
Guards with Sturmgewehrs.

Browning M1919A4

In the opening scene a Vietnamese fighter downs a French helicopter with a Browning M1919A4 machine gun.

Browning M1919A4 - .30-06 Springfield
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