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Sapogi vsmyatku (1977)

"Soft-Boiled Boots" (Сапоги всмятку, Sapogi vsmyatku) is a 1977 Soviet feature film directed by Mikhail Ilyenko. Is a cinema version of the few stories and the theater play "A swan song" by A. Chekhov. P.S. The name of the film (actually based on the name of one of Chekhov's stories) initially is a pun and does not make sense. Therefore, in some countries this film is known as "Nonsense."

Vasiliy Blistanov (Boris Andreyev) during a conflict in the theater uses a "Cavarly" model Single Action Army revolver with pearl (or ivory) grips. This gun is correct for the 1880s, when the story is set.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model with nickel finish and ivory grips - .45 Long Colt
Blistanov (Boris Andreyev) holds a Single Action Army revolver with pearl or ivory grips. It appears to be the same prop that is seen in Trevozhnaya molodost, with same grip and same barrel length.
Note that the revolver lacks the extractor rod.

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