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Who's That Soldier?

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Copak je to za vojáka?
Who's That Soldier?
Film poster
Country CZE.jpg Czechoslovakia
Directed by Petr Tucek
Release Date 1988
Language Czech
Studio Filmové studio Barrandov
Main Cast
Character Actor
Pfc. Milan Kouba Jirí Langmajer
Cpt. Tůma Karel Roden
Vlasta Veronika Gajerová
Sgt. Honza Dostál Ivo Helikar
Pvt. Kořínek Michal Kocourek
Mjr. Průcha Vítezslav Jandák
SNB commander Bronislav Poloczek
Commander LM Jan Pohan
Chairman of NV Oldrich Velen

The following weapons were used in the film Who's That Soldier?:

Sa vz. 58 V

Czechoslovak soldiers, particularly airborne troops, are armed with Sa vz. 58 V assault rifles.

Sa vz. 58 V - 7.62x39mm
A paratrooper hunting a hen in tall grass carries his weapon on his back.
Pfc. Milan Kouba (Jirí Langmajer) (right) standing next the commander with his Sa vz. 58 V slung over his shoulder.
Pfc. Kouba jumps out of the darkness and disarms Pvt. Kořínek (Michal Kocourek), who also holds the Sa vz. 58 V.

Sa vz. 58 P

Members of the LM (People's Militia) and some Czechoslavak Army troops carry Sa vz. 58 P assault rifles.

Sa vz. 58 P - 7.62x39mm
One of the militiamen waves his Sa vz. 58 P at his commander and exclaims: "Here he is!"
The commander LM (Jan Pohan) (left) carries his weapon in his hand.
A close up of the barrel.
A infantryman (front) in a trench is armed with a Sa vz. 58 P.

Sa vz. 61 Škorpion

Sgt. Honza Dostál (Ivo Helikar) carries a Sa vz. 61 Škorpion submachine gun.

Sa vz. 61 Škorpion - .32 ACP

UK vz. 59

Some of infantrymen during military maneuvers are seen with a vz. 59 light machine gun.

UK vz. 59, 7.62x54mm R
A gunner (middle) in the trench used a vz. 59.
A infantryman goes into the attack with a light machine gun in his hand.

SPSh Flare Pistol

The SPSh Flare Pistol is used by the Czechoslovak Army officer for start of military maneuvers. The tapered barrel with a thickening at the muzzle is typical for 1950s Czechoslovak manufactured version of SPSh (later guns have a standard one).

Soviet SPSh Flare Pistol - 26.5mm


Into space of military maneuvers comes a group of the BVP (infantry fighting vehicles).


T-55 Tank

Subsequently at the training ground also appears some T-55 tanks.


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