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Variegateds Case (Delo "pyostrykh"), The
The Variegateds Case (Delo "pyostrykh") is a 1958 Soviet B&W detective drama movie directed by Nikolay Dostal and based on the novel by Arkadiy Adamov. In late 1950s, Lt. of Militsiya Sergey Korshunov (Vsevolod Safonov) begins his service in MUR (Moscow Criminal Investigations Department). The service of the rooky detective begins with mistakes and failures, and he quarrels with his beloved girlfriend who wants Sergey to quit his dangerous job. But Korshunov gets a chance to prove himself as part of the team of Colonel Zotov (Vladimir Kenigson) that investigates the activities of the gang led by a seasoned criminal "Papasha" ("Daddy") (Vladimir Yemelyanov).
The following weapons were used in the film The Variegateds Case (Delo "pyostrykh"):
Makarov PM pistols are service sidearms of the Soviet Militsiya personnel. PMs are seen in hands of Colonel of Militsiya Ivan Vasilyevich Zotov (Vladimir Kenigson), and MUR operatives Sergey Korshunov (Vsevolod Safonov) and Aleksandr Lobanov (Evgeniy Matveev).
Criminals Innokentiy Kuzmich Grigoryev alias "Papasha" ("Daddy") (Vladimir Yemelyanov) and Safron Lozhkin (Mikhail Pugovkin) carry TT-33 pistols in several scenes.
"Papasha" (Vladimir Yemelyanov) is armed with a Korovin TK pistol when he confronts "Stranger" (Ivan Pereverzev). Then "Stranger" takes this pistol.
Browning FN Model 1910
A foreign spy, called "Stranger" (Ivan Pereverzev), is armed with an FN Model 1910 pistol.