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Death Under Sail

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Death Under Sail (Nāve zem buras)
Smert pod parusom DVD.jpg
Russian DVD Cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Ada Neretniece
Release Date 1976
Language Latvian
Studio Riga Film Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Ian Capel Nikolai Kryukov
Mr. Finbow Antanas Barcas
Avice Loring Marianna Vertinskaya
Christopher Tarrant Girts Jakovlevs
William Garnett Lembit Ulfsak
Philip Wade Janis Paukštello
Tonia Gilmour Mirdza Martinsone
Det. Sgt. Birrell Kaljo Kiisk
Roger Mills Olgerts Dunkers

Death Under Sail (original Latvian title Nāve zem buras, Russian title Smert pod parusom) is a Soviet Latvian 1976 made for TV detective movie directed by Ada Neretniece and based on the novel by Charles Percy Snow.

The following weapons were used in the film Death Under Sail:

FN Model 1900

A nickel plated FN Model 1900 is a murder weapon. During the movie it is seen in hands of Roger Mills (Olgerts Dunkers), Det. Sgt. Aloysius Birrell (Kaljo Kiisk) and Christopher Tarrant (Girts Jakovlevs) (according to the story, Christopher holds another pistol of the same model but it is the same movie prop).

FN Model 1900 - .32 ACP
Roger Mills puts the pistol in the locker.
Det. Sgt. Birrell in diving suit examines the pistol that he has just raised from the bottom of the river.
The pistol is seen a little better.

Tokarev TT-33

When Mills fires his pistol in air, FN 1900 is replaced with TT-33.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version.
Roger Mills fires in air.
Mills holds the TT.

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