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Boris Godunov

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Boris Godunov
Boris Godunov poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
POL.jpg Poland
CZE.jpg Czechoslovakia
GER.jpg West Germany
Directed by Sergei Bondarchuk
Release Date 1986
Language Russian
Studio Mosfilm
Allianz Filmproduktion
Filmové studio Barrandov
Main Cast
Character Actor
Boris Godunov Sergei Bondarchuk
Grigory Otrepieff Aleksandr Solovyov
Maryna Mniszech Adrianna Biedrzynska
Vasili IV of Russia Anatoli Romashin
Pyotr Basmanov Anatoliy Vasilev
Fyodor Godunov Fyodor Bondarchuk
Gavrila Pushkin Yuri Lazarev
Afanasy Pushkin Vladimir Sedov
Jerzy Mniszech Henryk Machalica
Adam Wiśniowiecki Marian Dziedziel

Boris Godunov (Russian Борис Годунов, German and Polish Boris Godunow) is the 1986 Soviet-Polish-German-Czech two part movie, based on the novel of Alexander Pushkin and directed by Sergei Bondarchuk, who also plaed the main role. The story tooked place at the beggining of Time of Troubles.

The following weapons were used in the film Boris Godunov:

Wheellock Pistol

Gavrila Pushkin (Yuri Lazarev) carry Wheellock Pistol on the belt. Another Wheellock Pistol can be seen in the Pyotr Basmanov's camp.

Wheellock pistol
Gavrila Pushkin with the wheellock pistol, tiked on the belt. It's seems, that's genuine pistol.
The dog and wheel is seen.
Boris Godunov pistol 3.jpg
Boris Godunov pistol 4.jpg
Note the grip shape.
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Pistol (at the right) in the Pyotr Basmanov's camp. While the shot is little blured, the wheel and dog is seen.

Charleville Musket

German mercenaries were armed with the heavy anachronistic Charleville Muskets.

Charleville Musket Mle 1766 - .69 caliber
Musket at the right is seems to be Charleville. Note the muzzle shape and barrel bands numer and position.
German mercenaries attacks Fals Dmitry army. Man at the far right holds Charleville musket.
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Mercenary at the center holds Charleville musket. Note the typical muzzle shape and clamping for the sling an the first barrel band. Mercenary at the background holds carbine.

Doglock Musket

The musket can be seen on the ground after battle. Due the stock shape and frizzen it's could be ID as Doglock Musket.

Crafted in the Swedish style, this was the first dog lock style or "English lock" introduced into English forces and was used in the English Civil War.
While the musket (at the bottom) is seen only partly, the stock shape and frizzen are typicaly for Doglock. The carbine is seen at the top.

Percussion Carbines

Russian soldiers and several German mercenaries were armed with the heavy anachronistic percussion carbines.

German mercenary at the left hold carbine. Note the single barrel band and the leight of the barrel.
Conspirators with the different weapons, include carbines
Boris Godunov musket 1 2.jpg
Soldier at the far left carry the carbine, While it's seen only partly , the barrel leight and ramrod leght and position are similar to another similar guns.
Boris Godunov musket 1 4.jpg
Russian soldier at the center with the carbine.
Due hammer shape of the carbine at center this guns could be ID as percussions.
Russian soldiers fires. Note the lack of the flash from the blasting aperture, typical for flintlock, matchlock and wheellock guns.
The carbine at the top. Note the single barrel band and barrel's leight.

Unknown Rifle

At least one Russian soldier holds an unknown bolt action or breach loaded rifle.

Rifle at the center, above the carbine.

Wheellock Arquebus

The musket can be seen in the Pyotr Basmanov's camp. The trigger guard shape and general outlook of it are similar to early wheellock arquebuss, while the dog isn't seen. It's seems, that's this part of the lock was broken or hidden under the furry coat.

Arquebus (PL arkebuz) is an early muzzle-loaded firearm used in the 15th to 17th centuries.
Note the similar trigger guard, ramrod position and general outlook.


Russian soldiers fires cannons. All of it's are most modern models, that's didn't exist at the early 17th century.

Cannon is firing.
Boris Godunov cannon 2.jpg
Cannon is seen at the Pyotr Basmanov's camp.
Boris Godunov cannon 4.jpg

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