Oktyabryukhov and Dekabryukhov
Oktyabryukhov and Dekabryukhov (Oktyabryukhov i Dekabryukhov; on the movie poster, the names are listed in reverse order - Dekabryukhov i Oktyabryukhov) is a 1928 Soviet B&W silent comedy directed by Aleksei Smirnov and Aleksandra Iskander. After the October Revolution of 1917, a richman Nikolay Dekabryukhov runs away to emigration, leaving his wife Mariya Ivanovna. His brother Ivan stays in the Soviet Russia and finds his place in the new life, even changing his name to Oktyabryukhov, after the October Revolution. At last Ivan marries Nikolay's abandoned wife.
In the days of the October Revolution, two of the Red Guards hold Colt M1911 pistols.
In the same scene a Mauser C96 is seen in hands of a revolutionary sailor.
Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry
Most Red Guards are armed with Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry rifles.
One of the Red Guards holds a Mannlicher M1895.
A firing Maxim M1910 is shown as a symbol of the revolution. Strandely, the machine gun is shown upside down.
A 6-inch M1909 howitzer is seen.