The Good Soldier Schweik (Dobrý voják Švejk)
The Good Soldier Schweik (Dobrý voják Švejk) is a 1957 Czechoslovak comedy movie, a screen adaptation of the famous Czech novel by Jaroslav Hašek, directed by Karel Steklý and starring Rudolf Hrusínský. The movie is based on the first part of Hašek's book; second, third and fourth parts are adapted into I Dutifully Report (Poslušne hlásím), released in 1958.
The following weapons were used in the film The Good Soldier Schweik (Dobrý voják Švejk):
The opening scene depicts the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in Sarajevo. Gavrilo Princip (uncredited) is shown firing a Rast-Gasser M1898 revolver (in reality he used an FN Model 1910).
Several policemen carry compact pistols in holsters. Only small parts of grips can be seen.
A pair of Flintlock Pistols are used as a decoration in Oberleutnant Lukáš' apartments.
Mannlicher M1895 Carbine
Two soldiers (the tall one - Josef Kemr, the short one - Josef Sidlichovský), convoying Švejk from prison to Chaplain Katz' apartments, carry Mannlicher M1895 carbines. The front sights are fitted with protectors that is a sign of 1930 Austrian or Czech modification.