Original Theatrical Poster
||Studio Umeleckych Filmu Praha
Jurášek is an Czech B&W 1956 war movie directed by Miroslav Cikan. During WW2 Czech boy Jurášek Benada helps Soviet radioman Aleksey Solovyov who made parachute landing for liaison with Czech partisans but accidentally damaged his leg.
The following weapons were used in the film Jurásek:
Several Czech partisans carry CZ 27 pistols.
Partisans commander (uncredited) holds a CZ 27.
Gendarme Sojka (Martin Ružek
) carries a holster for CZ 27 pistol. It's hard to say if there is a gun inside.
Soviet radioman Sgt. Aleksey Grigoryevich Solovyov (Vladimir Gulyaev) carries a TT-33 pistol. He hands the pistol to Jurášek Benada (Karel Hašler).
TT-33 dated 1942 with checkered wood grips - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.
A German liaison soldier carries TT holster. The shape of the holster differs from Soviet patterns; most likely it's a Czech post-war model.
Solovyov carries TT holster. It's also Czech pattern (possibly same piece).
He hands the pistol to Jurasek.
Jurášek holds the pistol.
Jurášek examines the gun.
Solovyov gives the pistol to Jurášek under parole that the boy would not disassemble the gun.
A good view of wartime wooden grips.
Jurášek fires at the dog that leads German soldiers on trail.
Head of local Gestapo SS-Sturmbannfuhrer Kretschmer (František Zvarík) and two his deputies carry Luger P08 pistols.
The grip of Kretschmer's pistol is seen in holster.
Kretschmer's deputy carries a Luger holster (at the right).
Kretschmer and one of his deputies (at the left) fire at escaping Solovyov and Jurasek.
The same deputy holds his pistol.
Kretschmer holds his Luger.
Kretschmer and his deputy with Lugers.
Another view of Kretschmer's Luger.
Kretschmer in shootout with Solovyov.
Kretschmer's second deputy (Jirí Hein) with a Luger.
Sgt. Aleksey Solovyov (Vladimir Gulyaev) and other Soviet paratroopers are armed with PPSh-41 submachine guns with stick magazines.
PPSh-41 with 35-round box magazine - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A paratrooper carries a PPSh when landing.
Solovyov holds a PPSh after landing.
Solovyov carries the PPSh.
Solovyov fires at Kretschmer and his men.
Many German soldiers are armed with MP40s.
German soldiers with MP40s in Czech village.
Mauser vz. 16/33
Czech Gendarme Sojka (Martin Ružek) carries a Vz.16/33 Czech Mauser rifle.
Czech Mauser Vz. 16/33 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Sojka holds a Vz.16/33 rifle.
Sojka carries his rifle on sling.
Sojka holds the rifle with attached bayonet.
Both German soldiers and Czech partisans are armed with Karabiner 98k rifles.
Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Same partisan carries his rifle.
A German soldier on guard of a military factory carries a Mauser rifle with attached bayonet.
A German soldier carries a Mauser rifle with attached bayonet.
German soldiers in Czech village.
Vz.24 Czech Mauser rifle is seen at least once.
Czech Mauser Vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German soldier at the left carries a Vz.24 rifle with bayonet. Note the typical shape of the front sight.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Jurasek's uncle Dražil (Vladimír Řepa) owns a Double Barreled Shotgun. One of the partisans is also seen with a shotgun.
A partisan's shotgun can be seen.
Dražil cleans disassembled shotgun.
Dražil carries his shotgun when he finds Solovyov's radio station in a hunting lodge.
Solovyov hands the shotgun to Jurášek (Karel Hašler).