Gavroche (Russian Гаврош; Gavrosh) is the 1937 Soviet drama, very loosely based on the novel Les Misérables of Victor Hugo.
The following weapons were used in the film Gavroche:
Percussion Cap Pistol
Several characters, include Enjolras (Ivan Novoseltsev), Javert (Andrey Korablyov), Jean Prouvaire (Ivan Bobrov) and Marseille (Vasili Novikov) uses Percussion Cap Pistols
Russian M1854 Naval percussion cap pistol - .71 caliber
Javert (Andrey Korablyov) with the holstered pistol.
Javert (Andrey Korablyov) brandishes his pistol. Although, percussion cap pistols exist in those time, this pistol can be ID'd as Russian M1854 Naval, that's absolutely couldn't appears in 1832 France.
Enjolras (Ivan Novoseltsev
) with the pistol on the belt. It's seems, that's different model of the pistol.
Jean Prouvaire (Ivan Bobrov
) with the pistol on his belt.
Royalist officer draws his pistol...
Gavroche (Nikolay Smorchkov (II)), Touchet (Dmitriy Popov) and several Republicans uses Flintlock Pistols.
Russian Cavalry Pistol M1809 - .70 cal
Policeman aims his pistol. Note the typical jaw screw, jaws and flint.
Touchet (Dmitriy Popov) with the two pistols on his belt.
Gavroche aims his pistol...
...and fires it. Due the flash from the lock, this pistol can be ID'd as genuine flintlock pistol.
Brief shot of the pistol in the hands of one of the Republicans
Rifles & Muskets
Several Republicans (iqluding Gavroche (Nikolay Smorchkov (II)), Jean Prouvaire (Ivan Bobrov), Touchet (Dmitriy Popov) and Madeleine (Nina Zorskaya)) as well as near all Royalist soldiers uses Charleville Muskets.
Original Charleville Mle 1763 - .69 caliber
Republican with the musket and pistol.
Gavroche holds his musket.
Royalist soldiers uses Unloaded muskets as truncheons.
Republicans with the bayonets attached muskets.
Javert (Andrey Korablyov) with the musket.
Touchet (Dmitriy Popov) with the musket on the shoulder.
Madeleine (Nina Zorskaya
) hits the Royalist soldier by the stock.
Gras Model 1874
Several heavy anachronistic Gras Model 1874 rifles can be seen in the hands of several Republicans. The large number of Gras were purchased by Russian Empire during WW1, and lot of them were still at hand in late 1930s.
Gras Mle 1874 with Mle 1874 sword bayonet
Republican garbs the rifle. Muzzle is seen.
The same rifle one second later. Bolt is clearly seen. Another bolt action rifle is seen at the left.
Female Republican carry her rifle...
Bolt action rifle in the hands of female Republican.
Another Republican with the rifle.
Russian 6-Lines Rifle Pattern 1856
Anachronistic bayonet attached Russian 6-lines rifle pattern 1856 can be seen in the hands of French officer.
Russian 6-Lines Rifle Pattern 1856 - .15.24mm.
Note the typical rear sight and muzzle shape.
The sling attached to second barrel is seen.
Mock Up Dummy Musket
Mock up dummy musket without a firing mechanisms can be seen in the hands of soldier at the film beggining.
Soldier with the fake gun.
The lack of the ony firing mechanisms is seen.
Royalist soldier fires cannons at Republicans.
Guns of the statue
Memorial of the boy "holds" a rifle.