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Murder on Dante Street (Ubiystvo na ulitse Dante)
Murder on Dante Street (Ubiystvo na ulitse Dante) is a 1956 Soviet drama film directed by Mikhail Romm. During WWII French actress Madeleine Thibault (Evgeniya Kozyreva) participates in the Resistance Movement while her only and dear son Charles (Mikhail Kozakov) becomes a ardent Nazi and collaborator. Their post-war meeting ends up with a tragedy.
The following weapons were used in the film Murder on Dante Street (Ubiystvo na ulitse Dante):
FN Model 1906
During the stage performance, Madeleine Thibault (Evgeniya Kozyreva) holds an FN Model 1906 or some other similar pocket pistol.
FN Model 1910
During the stage performance, set in 1943 in occupied Paris, Madeleine Thibault (Evgeniya Kozyreva) holds an FN Model 1910.
Charles Thibault (Mikhail Kozakov) holds a Beretta M1934 when he meets his mother after the war.
A German officer (Arkadi Shcherbakov), commanding the garrison in Madeleine's native village, holds a Luger P08 during the attempt to arrest a Resistance member in Madeleine's father Hippolyte Lantier's house. After the destroying of the German garrison in the village, Hippolyte Lantier (Nikolai Komissarov) takes the officer's pistol.
A German officer (Nikolay Gorlov) draws a Walther P38 in the scene in a cafe in the town of Ciboure.
When Madeleine Thibault kills a high rank German officer during the performance, another officer in the theater box draws a Mauser C96 (obviously a strange choice for a visit to theater). A Mauser pistol is also seen on the table in the secret base of the Resistance.
A pistol is briefly seen in hands of a French Resistance fighter. This is some full-size military model that bears resemblance with Steyr M1912 but it's hard to say for sure.
In the final scene Claude Junot (Oleg Golubitsky) holds an unidentified pistol. It may be the same FN Model 1910 that was earlier used by Madeleine Thibault but it's hard to say for sure.
Most German soldiers carry MP40 submachine guns. A number of MP40 is captured by the French villagers when they destroyed the German garrison.
Some German soldiers are armed with Karabiner 98k rifles. A number of 98k rifles is captured by the French villagers when they destroyed the German garrison. The rifles are also seen in hands of Resistance fighters.
Double Barreled Shotgun
One of the French villagers carries a double barreled shotgun.
MG34 machine guns are seen mounted on M3 Scout Cars, used as stand-in for German half-track APCs.