These Different, Different, Different Faces (Eti raznye, raznye, raznye litsa...)
These Different, Different, Different Faces (a direct translation of the original title Eti raznye, raznye, raznye litsa...) is a 1972 (filmed 1971) Soviet comedy movie, a screen adaptation of several short stories by Anton Chekhov ("The Death of a Government Clerk", "Overdoing It", "The Orator", "The Night Before Trial", "The Daughter of Albion", "Boots" and "The Chameleon"). All roles in the movie, both male and female, are played by one actor, Igor Ilyinsky.
The following weapons were used in the film These Different, Different, Different Faces (Eti raznye, raznye, raznye litsa...):
In the opening scene stage actor Pavel Blistanov, dressed for the role of Bluebeard, poses with a Nagant M1895, out of time for 1880s when the story is set. Later Blistanov is seen with a Lefaucheux revolver that is more appropriate at the time.
Lefaucheux Model 1854
In the segment "Boots" stage actor Pavel Blistanov shows a Lefaucheux Model 1854 revolver to his performance partner. This prop, identified by the lack of the ejector rod, is seen in several other Soviet movies and TV series, produced by Tsentralnoye Televideniye (Central Television) and Studio Ekran, like Sobaka Baskerviley.