The Gypsy Camp Vanishes Into the Blue (Tabor ukhodit v nebo)
Gypsy Camp Vanishes Into the Blue (Tabor ukhodit v nebo; also released in English as Queen of the Gypsies and Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven) is a 1976 Soviet musical drama film directed by Emil Loteanu and based on the 1892 story "Makar Chudra" by Maxim Gorky. In the first years of the 20th century, a Gypsy camp travels in the Transcarpathian outskirts of the Austro-Hungary. Daring, handsome horse thief Loiko Zobar (Grigore Grigoriu) meets beautiful girl Radda (Svetlana Toma), but their love is fated.
The film got the Golden Shell award of the 1976 San Sebastian Film Festival.
The following weapons were used in the film The Gypsy Camp Vanishes Into the Blue (Tabor ukhodit v nebo):
Loiko's friend Bubulia (Sergiu Finiti) holds a Nagant M1895 revolver when he saves Loiko from the gallows. While this revolver already existed in 1900, one of the Austro-Hungarian Gasser revolvers would be a more correct choice.
Austro-Hungarian gendarmes are mostly armed with Mannlicher M1888-90 rifles.
Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon / M891/30
Probably due to the lack of Mannlicher rifles, some gendarmes and cavalrymen carry a mix of Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon and M1891/30 rifles. All rifles have unhooded front sights but some may be identified as M91/30 by the shape of the receiver.
Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine
Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbines are also used by the gendarmes and cavalrymen.