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The Diplomatic Pouch (Sumka dipkuryera)

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The Diplomatic Pouch
(Sumka dipkuryera)
Sumka dipkuryera Poster.jpg
Original Russian Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Aleksandr Dovzhenko
Release Date 1927
Studio VUFKU
Main Cast
Character Actor
1st Diplomatic Courier A. Klymenko
2nd Diplomatic Courier Heorhii Zelondzhev-Shypov
Inspector White Sergei Minin
The agent Boris Zagorsky
Helen Viskovska Ida Penzo
Harry G. Skoretskyi
The stocker Aleksandr Dovzhenko

The Diplomatic Pouch (Sumka dipkuryera) is a Soviet 1927 B&W silent thriller movie directed by Aleksandr Dovzhenko. A Soviet diplomatic courier, heading from Britain to USSR, is attacked by agents of intelligence service in an attempt to get the papers that he carries. Mortally wounded courier hands the pouch to a railway trackman who found him. The trackman in turn gives the pouch to his son, a sailor on a ship that soon departs to Soviet Russia. The sailor and his comrades deliver the pouch despite all attempts of intelligence agents to seize the papers.

The first two parts of the film are lost.

The following weapons were used in the film The Diplomatic Pouch (Sumka dipkuryera):

FN Model 1900

Inspector White (Sergei Minin) draws an FN Model 1900 pistol when he interrogates the railway trackman and his wife.

FN Model 1900 - .32 ACP
White draws his pistol.
Sumka Dipkurjera-FN1900-2.jpg
He threatens the trackman...
...and his wife.

Dreyse Model 1907

Mortally wounded Soviet diplomatic courier (A. Klymenko) in his dying visions sees his pursuer and his gun, a pistol that appears to be a Dreyse Model 1907 (possibly this gun was also seen in the lost first parts of the movie).

Dreyse Model 1907 - 7.65mm Browning
Sumka Dipkurjera-Dreyse1907-1.jpg
Visions of the enemy and his gun (the barrel is seen at the left) plague the last minutes of dying diplomatic courier.

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