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24-25 Does Not Return (24-25 ne vozvrashchaetsya)
24-25 Does Not Return (a direct translation of original title; Russian title 24-25 ne vozvrashchaetsya, Latvian title 24-25 neatgriezas) is a Soviet Latvian 1969 (filmed 1968) detective movie directed by Aloizs Brencs and Rostislav Goryayev. During the theft in a medical clinic in Riga a pilot batch of valuable drug is stolen. Militsia detective Mara (Zhanna Bolotova) holds the investigation. Her groom, Dr. Imants Herberts (Aleksandr Belyavskiy) works in the said clinic, and Mara is afraid that he could be involved in the case. Meanwhile a taxi driver Purvytis (Gunars Cilinskis) figures out that his car with registration plate 24-25 is stolen. There is some connection between the theft and the disappearance of the car, and Mara would find this connection.
The following weapons were used in the film 24-25 Does Not Return (24-25 ne vozvrashchaetsya):
Makarov PM pistols are service sidearms of Militsia personnel. They are seen in hands of Lt. Mara (Zhanna Bolotova), her superior Maj. Grigasts (Karlis Sebris) and a Capt. (Imeda Kakhiani) of the Ugolovny Rozysk of Baku where the climactic scene takes place.
In the climactic scene Purvytis (Gunars Cilinskis) uses a Walther P38.
A Luger P08 is found in the apartments of taxi driver Mezulis.