|From the Life of a Chief|
of the Criminal Police
(Iz zhizni nachalnika ugolovnogo rozyska)
||Gorky Film Studio
From the Life of a Chief of the Criminal Police (Iz zhizni nachalnika ugolovnogo rozyska) is a 1983 Russian detective movie directed by Stepan Puchinyan and starring Kirill Lavrov as colonel Ivan Malych, chief of criminal police of a small town, and Leonid Filatov as Stepan Slepnyov, former criminal who by chance becomes a new neighbor of Malych.
The following weapons were used in the film From the Life of a Chief of the Criminal Police (Iz zhizni nachalnika ugolovnogo rozyska):
PMs are service sidearms of Militsia Col. Ivan Konstantinovich Malych (Kirill Lavrov) and other Ugolovny Rozysk detectives. Malych uses a PM in the final scene when arresting bank robbers.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
personnel with PMs.
Malych arrests gang leader Besheny.
Another view of the scene.
The Luger P08 is used by bank robber Besheny ("Mad") (Mikhail Zhigalov) in final scene.
Besheny holds his pistol during the bank robbery.
The barrel of P08 is seen when Malych arrests Besheny.
A Tokarev TT-33 is used by bank robber Koryto ("Washtub") (Yuri Chernov) in final scene.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.
The barrel of TT is seen from behind the table.
A close view of the pistol.
Slepnyov prevents Koryto from firing at Malych.
Original cinema poster for From the Life of a Chief of the Criminal Police (Iz zhizni nachalnika ugolovnogo rozyska)