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Mark of Cain (Kainovo znamení)

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Kainovo znamení
Cinema poster
Country CZE.jpg Czechoslovakia
POL.jpg Poland
Directed by Janusz Majewski
Release Date 1989
Language Czech
Studio Filmové studio Barrandov
Studio Filmowe Oko
Main Cast
Character Actor
Ludwik Machl Olaf Lubaszenko
Captain Truxa Petr Cepek
Count Rozinski Michal Pawlicki
Roman Zalewski Adam Ferency
Commissioner Lottes Jirí Kodet
Inspector Malc Jan Preucil

Mark of Cain (original: Kainovo znamení) is a 1989 Czechoslovak-Polish historical adventure story takes place on the eve of the Austro-Prussian War 1866th directed by Janusz Majewski. Starring Olaf Lubaszenko and Petr Cepek.

The following weapons were used in the film Mark of Cain (Kainovo znamení):

Augustin Model 1851

Ludwik Machl (Olaf Lubaszenko) used to robbery a Augustin Model 1851 pecussion cavalry pistol.

Kavalleriepistole M-1851 - 17,1 mm
Ludwig with a pistol in hand covers a back of his cronies during the robbery in the printer.
Police Commissioner Lottes (Jirí Kodet) confronts arrested Ludwig with his gun.

Webley-Bentley Percussion Revolver

Ludwik Machl (Olaf Lubaszenko) as the spy received a Webley-Bentley Percussion revolver.

Webley-Bentley Percussion Revolver - .442 Webley
Austrian secret police used the license Webley-Bentley percussion revolvers.
Captain Truxa (Petr Cepek) (right) teaches Ludwig, how best to handle weapon.
Ludwig goes to the first meeting with the courier in the woods.
Ludwig shoots from a revolver into the telegraph on post office.

Dreyse Needle Gun

Prussian soldiers are armed with Dreyse Needle M/62 rifles with fixed bayonets.

Dreyse Needle Gun M/62 - 15,4mm
Prussian soldiers leaning over the dead count.

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