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Five Days, Five Nights (Fünf Tage - Fünf Nächte)

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Five Days, Five Nights
(Fünf Tage - Fünf Nächte)
Funf Tage Funf Nachte poster.jpg
German poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
GDR.jpg East Germany
Directed by Lev Arnshtam
Anatolij Golowanow
Heinz Thiel
Release Date 1961
Language German
Studio Deutsche Film (DEFA)
Distributor PROGRESS-Film Verleih (GDR)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Captain Leonov Vsevolod Safonov
Paul Naumann Heinz-Dieter Knaup
Starshina Yefim Kozlov Vsevolod Sanayev
Katrin Annekathrin Bürger
Major Sofya Dmitrievna Nikitina Evgeniya Kozyreva
Luise Rank Marga Legal
General Nikolay Ilyich Mikhail Majorov
Erich Braun Wilhelm Koch-Hooge
Igor Vladimirovich Shagin Nikolay Sergeev
Adjutant Oleg Golubitsky

Five Days, Five Nights (German: Fünf Tage - Fünf Nächte, Russian Пять дней - пять ночей; Pyat dney - pyat nochey) is a 1961 Soviet-German antiwar drama.

The following weapons were used in the film Five Days, Five Nights (Fünf Tage - Fünf Nächte):



Nearly all Soviet soldiers, including Captain Leonov (Vsevolod Safonov), Starshina Yefim Kozlov (Vsevolod Sanayev), Tkachenko (Nikolay Smorchkov), Strokov (Gennadiy Yukhtin), Rudakov (Nikolay Pogodin), Terentyev (Pyotr Lyubeshkin), Galkin (Vladimir Pitsek) carry TT-33s in holsters. Only the grips can be seen.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Starshina Yefim Kozlov (Vsevolod Sanayev) with the holstered pistol.
Captain Leonov (Vsevolod Safonov) with the holstered TT.
Funf Tage Funf Nachte TT 3.jpg
Igor Vladimirovich Shagin (Nikolay Sergeev) with the holstered TT. The grip can be seen.

Submachine Guns


Nearly all Soviet soldiers (include Captain Leonov (Vsevolod Safonov), Starshina Yefim Kozlov (Vsevolod Sanayev), Tkachenko (Nikolay Smorchkov), Strokov (Gennadiy Yukhtin), Rudakov (Nikolay Pogodin), Terentyev (Pyotr Lyubeshkin), Galkin (Vladimir Pitsek) and other, stared by Aleksandr Demyanenko and Nikolai Aparin) are armed with PPSh-41s.

Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Starshina Yefim Kozlov with his PPSh on a sling.
Another view of Kozlov's PPSh.
Funf Tage Funf Nachte PPSh 3.jpg
Kozlov, Tkachenko, Strokov, Rudakov Terentyev, Galkin and other soldiers can be seen with PPShs.
Perfect view of the muzzle.
Kozlov with the PPSh on the shoulder.
The side of the PPSh is seen.
PPSh is seen firing.
Captain Leonov and Starshina Yefim Kozlov with their PPShs.
The elder soldier (Nikolai Aparin) with the PPSh is the second from right.


SS-Major (Heinz Thiel) fires MP40 at the one scene. All shot of it were very blured.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
SS-Major runs, MP in hands.
SS-Major covers...
...and runs away after firing.
SS-Major in ambush.


Mosin Nagant Rifle

A very few Soviet soldiers at the film beginning carry Mosin Nagant Rifles (although it was the most popular firearm of Soviet soldiers during World War II). All are seen unclearly.

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Soldier (bottom, right) with the rifle on the sling.
Another soldier with the rifle on the sling.


RG-42 hand grenade

Soviet soldier through RG-42 hand grenade during the siege of the castle.

RG-42 Soviet fragmentation hand grenade
Soviet soldiers readies his grenade...
...and through it.

RGD-33 stick grenade

Starshina Yefim Kozlov holds RGD-33 stick grenade at the one scene, but did't use it.

RGD-33 high-explosive fragmentation stick grenade, shown with the diamond-patterned fragmentation sleeve.
Starshina Yefim Kozlov with the grenade in hand.


Tellermine 35 (Stahl)

Starshina Yefim Kozlov found and deactivate Tellermine 35 (Stahl) at the film climax.

Tellermine 35 (Stahl) Anti-tank mine
Perfect view of the mine.
Mine after deactivating.
Kozlov with the mine in hands.

SM2 antilifting device

Starshina Yefim Kozlov find the Tellermine is boobytrapped with a second mine underneath it as an anti-handling device. It appears to be a German SM2 antilifting device.

Pressure-release antilifting device SM 2.
Pressure-release antilifting device placed under a mine.
Kozlov holds the mine.
Funf Tage Funf Nachte mine 2 2.jpg
Funf Tage Funf Nachte mine 2 3.jpg


Starshina Yefim Kozlov deactivated another mine at the same scene. It was only in darkness, but the fuse's shape allow do ID it as S-Mine.

S-Mine 35.
Funf Tage Funf Nachte mine 3 1.jpg



Soviet tanks can be seen at the several scenes.

Several tanks are seen at the background.
Perfect view of the tank (russian word means For the Fatherland).
Perfect view of the tank.
Another tank is seen at the background.
...and rear parts of the tank can be seen.


Soviet cannons can be seen at the film beggining.

Cannons are seen at the background.

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