Revolt of the Fishermen (Vosstaniye rybakov)
Revolt of the Fishermen (Восстание рыбаков; Vosstaniye rybakov) is a 1934 Soviet B&W movie directed by Mikhail Doller and Erwin Piscator, based on the novel "Revolt of the Fishermen of Santa Barbara" by Anna Seghers. The plot narrates about the strike among the impoverished fishermen of the San Sebastian city, caused by the deterioration of working conditions on the vessels of the ship owner Bredel, and its subsequent severe suppression by government troops. The movie was originally planned to be filmed in Russian and German versions, but only the first was completed. The export version of movie with subtitles was distributed in 1935 to European countries, with the exception of Germany due to well-known events.
The following weapons were used in the film Revolt of the Fishermen (Vosstaniye rybakov):
Webley .455 Mk VI
Kerhus (Vasili Kovrigin) briefly uses Webley .455 Mk VI.
Colt Army Special M1908
One of the rebels fires Colt Army Special M1908.
Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model
At least one of the rebels was armed with the Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model.
Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action
One soldier uses the Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action (or perhaps other similar looking S&W DA revolver).
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless or 4th Model
Several unknown revolvers can be seen in the several scenes.
An unknown pistol is a briefly seen in the hands of a soldier. It can be the Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
Near all soldiers were armed with the Mauser Gewehr 1898s. Captured rifles can be seen used by the rebels.
Several fishermen fires TOZ-8s at the shooting range.
Soldiers fires Maxim M1910s at the rebels, but they captured a few of them.