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Colonel Shalygin's Waiting (Ozhidanie polkovnika Shalygina)

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Colonel Shalygin's Waiting
(Ozhidanie polkovnika Shalygina)
Ozhidanie polkovnika Shalygina-DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Timur Zoloyev
Release Date 1981
Language Russian
Studio Odessa Film Studios
Main Cast
Character Actor
Pvt. Pyotr Belov Boris Galkin
Georgiy Valerianovich Viktor Plyut
Pvt. Aleksandr Ivitsky Sergei Kachanov
Pvt. Ilya Stanikov Aleksei Zolotnitsky
Pvt. Sharaf Shamsiyev Yakhye Faizulayev
Pvt. Ulmas Rustam Turayev
Petty Officer Leontiy Telnov Valeriy Poletayev
Pvt. Savchenko Vladimir Antonov
Radio Operator Yulia Irina Ponomaryova
Sgt. Konstantin Agafonov Vladimir Borchaninov

Colonel Shalygin's Waiting (Ozhidanie polkovnika Shalygina') is a Soviet 1981 war movie directed by Timur Zoloyev. The story takes place in summer 1944 on Soviet-German front. A small group of Soviet soldiers is sent with a mission to escort a Soviet intelligence agent from the German rear. But everything goes wrong, and only one of the group, Pvt. Belov (Boris Galkin) has to continue the mission.

The following weapons are seen in the movie Colonel Shalygin's Waiting (Ozhidanie polkovnika Shalygina):

Franz Stock pistol

A Franz Stock pistol is a personal sidearm of radio operator Yulia (Irina Ponomaryova).

A Franz Stock pistol - 7.65 mm Browning (.32 ACP). This pistol was manufactured by German company Franz Stock in 1920s. It received some notoriety as a sporting pistol.
Yulia draws her pistol. A grip can be seen.
Yulia fires at German soldiers.
Yulia holds her pistol at the background. Next to her Pvt. Shamsiyev (Yakhye Faizulayev) fires his PPSh-41.
Yulia's pistol is seen from the other side.


Most Soviet soldiers are armed with PPSh-41 SMGs with drum magazines.

PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Pvt. Belov (Boris Galkin) holds his PPSh.
Pvt. Ivitsky (Sergei Kachanov) holds his PPSh.
Ivitsky fires his PPSh at German soldiers.
Pvt. Ulmas (Rustam Turayev) with PPSh.
Shamsiyev loads the drum magazine.
Shamsiyev fires at German soldiers.
Pvt. Savchenko (Vladimir Antonov) with PPSh.


German soldiers are armed with MP40 SMGs. Captured MP40s are also used by several Soviet soldiers.

MP40 - 9x19mm
Pvt. Stanikov (Aleksei Zolotnitsky) carries an MP40.
A German soldier with MP40.
A German officer (Janis Paukštello) fires MP40 (this SMG can be an MP38 but not for sure).
A German soldier aims his MP40 at Georgiy Valerianovich (Viktor Plyut).
Petty Officer Telnov (Valeriy Poletayev) carries a captured MP40.

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