|The Pavilion on the Links (Dom na dyunakh)
Sverdlovsk Film Studio
The Pavilion on the Links (Dom na dyunakh) is a Soviet 1984 made for TV adventure movie, directed by Dmitri Salynsky and based on the story by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The following weapons were used in the film The Pavilion on the Links (Dom na dyunakh):
Nagant M1895 (Mocked-Up)
Visually modified Nagant M1895 revolvers are used by Bernard Huddlestone (Eduard Martsevich), Robert Northmour (Nikolay Kochegarov) and Frank Cassilis (Aleksandr Ryazantsev). These guns are fitted with long faceted barrels, fake loading levers, and fake ivory grips, apparently, to look like the old percussion revolvers, such as Roger & Spencer. Probably there are two props, reused in several scenes.
Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant
For comparision: Roger & Spencer - .44 revolver
Huddlestone opens a box with a pair of revolvers.
Another view of the revolvers in box.
Huddlestone holds a revolver.
Northmour's revolver on the table.
Northmour confronts Cassilis and Clara, holding two revolvers.
He hands one of his revolvers to Cassilis.
Cassilis holds the revolver.
A good view of Northmour's gun.
Huddlestone fires at Carbonari
Carbonari Beppo (Mikhail Yanushkevich) and Antonio (Arkadi Shalolashvili) are armed with out of time Reichsrevolver M1883 revolvers.
Reichsrevolver M1883 - 10.6x25R
Antonio carries a Reichsrevolver tucked in his belt.
Beppo examines the revolver.
Beppo holds the revolver.
Antonio fires at Huddlestone.
Beppo fires at Huddlestone.
In several scenes Antonio (Arkadi Shalolashvili) is armed with a revolver that looks similar to Colt revolvers, like Colt Official Police. It is fitted with a lanyard ring so it's a military model. The grip looks too slim for most Colt models but some Spanish produced clones have such grips.
For comparison: Garate Anitua & Cie Colt-style revolver - .32. Screen gun has similar outlook.
Antonio's revolver is seen at the right.
Antonio holds his Colt at the right.
Closer view of the revolver.
The lanyard ring is seen. Note that the grip is too slim for most Colts.
One more view of the revolver.
Beppo (Mikhail Yanushkevich) and Mario (Valeriy Smetskoy) use a sporterized Krnka Rifle (or possibly a converted shotgun).
Enfield Pattern 14 / M1917
Heavily out of time Enfield Pattern 14 (or possibly M1917 Enfield) rifles are seen in hands of Antonio (Arkadi Shalolashvili) and crewmembers of Northmour's yacht.
Pattern M1914 (P 14) Enfield - .303 UK
A sailor at the left holds an Enfield rifle. Another rifle is seen on the bow of a boat. A sailor in another boat holds a rifle that isn't seen due to distance but it's possibly one more Enfield.
A sailor carries Enfield rifle on sling.
Antonio takes a rifle from the boat.
Two revolvers on DVD cover are worth noting: these are good images of a modern Italian replica of Roger & Spencer M1864 at the left, and mirrored Colt 1860 Army at the right.
Roger & Spencer .44 revolver
Colt 1860 Army - .44 caliber.