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And on the Pacific... (I na Tikhom Okeane...)

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And on the Pacific...
(I na Tikhom Okeane...)
I na Tikhom Okeane poster.jpg
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Yuriy Chulyukin
Release Date 1974
Language Russian
Studio Mosfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Ilya Gerasimovich Peklevanov Anatoliy Kuznetsov
Nikita Yegorovich Vershinin Viktor Avdyushko
Praskovia Lyubov Sokolova
Cpt. Aleksandr Petrovich Nezelasov Nikita Podgorny
Praporshchik Ivan Aristarkhovich Obab Evgeniy Shutov
gen. Diederichs Sergei Kurilov
student Misha Sergey Martynov
Prokofij Znobov Viktor Filippov
Mirosha Aleksandr Smirnov
Nadezhda Lvovna Kira Golovko

And on the Pacific... (Russian: И на Тихом океане...; I na Tikhom Okeane...) is a 1974 Soviet war movie, set during the end of the Russian Civil War.

The following weapons were used in the film And on the Pacific... (I na Tikhom Okeane...):


Nagant M1895

Many various characters use Nagant M1895s throughout the movie.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Bolshevik soldier aims.
Praporshchik Ivan Aristarkhovich Obab (Evgeniy Shutov) fires his Nagant at the red partisans.
Feuerwerker (R. Arzhennikov) aims his Nagant...
...and fires it.
Prison Guard (Viktor Kolpakov) holds revolver after firing it.
Ilya Gerasimovich Peklevanov (Anatoliy Kuznetsov) and Prokofij Znobov (Viktor Filippov) fire.
Ilya Gerasimovich Peklevanov in ambush.
A peasant holds a Nagant, taken from White commander.
Red partisan with the Nagant and Mauser.

Nambu Type 14

Japanese officer fires Nambu Type 14 at the peasant.

Early Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
Japanese officer (at the left) draws his pistol...
... and fires it at the peasant.

Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"

Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" can be seen in the hands of one the Red partisan.

Mauser C96 "Pre-War Commercial" - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Partisan aims.
The grip is seen.
Partisan covers with his Mauser.


Izhmekh IZh-18

Vaska-Okorok (Georgiy Nikolaenko) fires heavily anachronistic for 1923 year IZh-18 at the film beginning.

Baikal MP-18M-M, a modern version of IZh-18
Vaska holds his IZh after firing it. Typical trigger spur is seen
Good view of the barrel.
Vaska with the IZh.
Note, that this gun is hammerless, which the main difference between IZh-18 and IZh-17.

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

Xing Bing Wu (Vladimir Van-Zo-Li) weapon of choice is the 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun.

J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 gauge
Xing Bing Wu brandishes his shotgun in the background.
Xing Bing Wu (far left) with the shotgun.


Mosin Nagant M1891/30

Nearly all Red and White army soldiers (including Seryozha (Nikolay Denisov), as well as several Red partisans (including student Misha (Sergey Martynov)) are armed with the Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
White army soldier aims the rifle.
Bolshevik soldier aims.
Bolshevik soldier reloads his Mosin-Nagant.
White army soldier hits the civilian by the stock.
Vetrov (Daniil Netrebin) with the rifle.
Red partisans with the rifles.
Xing Bing Wu with the rifle.

Arisaka Type 38

Nearly all Imperial Japanese Army soldiers carry Arisaka Type 38s.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Japanese soldier carries his rifle.
Two Japanese soldiers with the rifles.
The same soldiers aims their Arisaka rifles at Nikita Yegorovich Vershinin.
View of the rifle from another side.
Good view of the rifle on the shoulder of Japanese soldier.
The same soldier with the rifle. Bolt handle is seen.
Rifle is seen.
Typical bayonet is seen.
Japanese soldiers checks the man.

Enfield Pattern 14

Several Red partisans, including Nikita Yegorovich Vershinin (Viktor Avdyushko) use Enfield Pattern 14 rifles.

Pattern M1914 (P 14) Enfield - .303 UK
Red partisan with the rifle.
Red partisan (Aleksandr Konyashin) at the left carries an Enfield rifle on the shoulder.
The same partisan a few minutes later. The buttstock matches P14 better than M1917 version.
Nikita Yegorovich Vershinin with the rifle.
Nikita Yegorovich Vershinin fires. The shape of the stock matches P14 better than M1917 version.
Nikita Yegorovich Vershinin carries his rifle during the attack on the armored train.
Front sight is seen.

Winchester Model 1895

Winchester Model 1895 is briefly seen in the hands of one Red partisan.

A Russian contract Model 1895 in 7.62x54 Russian. Note the loading bridge over the receiver
Red partisan it the left holds his Winchester.
Receiver is partly seen.


AKM rifles can be seen during the modern (for 1974 year) parade in the hands of Soviet cadets and soldiers.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
Cadets carry their AKs.
Good view of the AKs in the hands of Soviet soldiers.

SKS rifle

SKS rifles can be seen during the modern (for 1974 year) parade in the hands of Soviet soldiers.

Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm. The Russian SKS has a milled receiver and a blade bayonet. The rifles were issued with hardwood or laminated stocks. This example has a hardwood stock.
Soviet soldiers with the SKS.
Receiver and rear sights are seen.
Note the bayonets.
Typical magazine shape is seen.

Machine Guns

Maxim M1910

Maxim M1910s are mounted on the armored train. Red army soldiers also use it.

Maxim 1910 with 'Sokolov' wheel mount, w/o shield - 7.62x54mmR
Armored trane with the Maxims.
Maxims of the armored trane...
...fires at the Red partisans.
White army soldier carry Maxim.
White army soldiers with the Maxim.
Red army soldier with the Maxim.
White army soldiers fires.
Red army soldiers with the Maxims.
Cpt. Aleksandr Petrovich Nezelasov (Nikita Podgorny) fires.

Lewis Gun

Imperial Japanese Soldiers fire a Lewis Gun at the peasants. The tripod used is from some other machine gun.

Lewis Gun - .303 British
Japanese soldiers assembles their Lewis.
Japanese soldier charges the gun.
Japanese soldiers fires.


Armoured Train

The armoured train, seen in the movie, is a full size replica, made for the movie Red Square (Krasnaya ploshchad) (1970) and later appearing in a number of Soviet movies, including Beg (1970), I na Tikhom Okeane... (1974), Fiery Childhood (Ognennoye detstvo) (1976), Dni Turbinykh (1976), Ognennyy most (1976), Poedinok v tayge (1978), Dachnaya poezdka serzhanta Tsybuli (1979), and Lyudmila (1982). It consists of a genuine locomotive and two armoured railcars, one of OB-3 pattern (WW2 era) with a gun turret and another one of "2nd Siberian" pattern (Russian Civil war era) with a gun in an open shield mount. Both main guns are 76.2mm ZiS-3 with removed muzzle brakes (to make them look more like early 20th century models), also the train is armed with several Maxim machine guns.

ZiS-3 is seen from the muzzle. Note the lack of the muzzle brake.
Good view of the main gun.
The gun barrel is seen.

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