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Once There Was a House (Byl jednou jeden dum)
Byl jednou jeden dům (English: Once There Was a House) is a 1974 Czech war drama television series, which deservedly become a classic. Tells the stories of the inhabitants of one tenant house in Prague in the period shortly before World War II and during the war, and culminates in the uprising in May 1945. The final part of the series was by a command of regime complemented with scenes that be supporting the thesis of the leading role of the Communists in the anti-Nazi resistance. He was aired under a changed name. After 1989, he began broadcasting again in its original form without additional scenes, however, deprived of some weapons.
The following weapons were used in the television series Once There Was a House (Byl jednou jeden dům):
Ludvík Josef Hoffman (Zdenek Rehor) carries CZ 27 pistol. Also Police constable Václav Ulč (Josef Vetrovec) owned this gun as his sidearm.
Gestapo officer (Jan Teplý) pulls a Luger P08 pistol. The same gun receive Arnošt Ticháček (Josef Vinklár). Also innkeeper Štovíček (Jan Libícek) is seen with this pistol.
Painter Dlask (Jirí Vala), member of the communist resistance owned a Walther P38 pistol.
Arnošt Ticháček (Josef Vinklár) is seen on barricade also with unidentified revolver in his hand.
Tutek Drvota (Jirí Hrzán) and also painter Dlask (Jirí Vala) defend the barricade armed by MP38s.
Steyr Mannlicher M1895
Matěj Budák (Jirí Sovák) and Eduard Drvota (Vladimír Mensík) are seen with a Steyr Mannlicher M1895 rifle.
Several Czech insurgents are seen with captured German Karabiner 98ks. This weapons looted on rail station in deleted scene.
Czech insurgents on the barricade are equipped also with one ZB26 machine gun.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
A German soldier in the car throw a Model 24 Stielhandgranate towards barricade.