Legend of Till Ullenspiegel, The
The Legend of Till Ullenspiegel (Легенда о Тиле; Legenda o Tile) is a 1976 Soviet TV-series, based of the novel of the Charles-Théodore-Henri De Coster La Légende et les Aventures héroïques, joyeuses et glorieuses d'Ulenspiegel et de Lamme Goedzak au pays de Flandres et ailleurs, wich based on the legends of life of Till Ullenspiegel (also konwn as Tijl Uilenspiegel or Dyl Ulenspegel or Till Eulenspiegel). This TV-series was directed by Aleksandr Alov and Vladimir Naumov.
The following weapons were used in the television series The Legend of Till Ullenspiegel:
Two Geuzens carries Flintlock Pistols on the belts at the "Long Live the Beggars. Part 2" (S1E4). One of the appears to be British Heavy Dragoon Pistol.
Another Geuzen briefly holds Wheellock Pistol at the "Long Live the Beggars. Part 2" (S1E4).
An unknown pistols can be seen used by several Geuzens, include Till Ullenspiegel (Lembit Ulfsak) at the "Long Live the Beggars. Part 2" (S1E4).
Matchlock Musket is the firearm of the Lamme Goedzak (Evgeni Leonov) (who fires it many times) and varios Geuzen and spanish soldiers. In the Charles-Théodore-Henri De Coster's novel, their firearms is the Matchlock arquebus.
Musketeers briefly holds an unknown musket at the "Long Live the Beggars. Part 1" (S1E3). Several Geuzens, include Till can be seen armed with the unknow muskets at the "Long Live the Beggars. Part 2" (S1E4).
Geuzen's an Spanish ships were equiped with the smoothbore muzzleload cannons at the "Long Live the Beggars. Part 2" (S1E4).