Dissolved and Effused
Dissolved and Effused (Original: Rozpuštěný a vypuštěný) is a 1985 Czech detective retro comedies directed by Ladislav Smoljak. The story set at the end of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, when Pragues Police inspector Trachta (Jirí Zahajský) and his assistant, a Police trainee Jindřich Hlaváček (Marek Brodský) together by original way, looking for the perpetrators of the murder of a factory owner Karel Bierhanzel (Jirí Kodet), that produced miracle salves against baldness.
The following weapons were used in the film Dissolved and Effused:
Gamekeeper Hlaváček (Rudolf Hrusínský) used a Drilling Gun, a combination hunting shotgun/rifle, with shotgun top barrels and rifle bottom barrel.