Telegram (Telegramma) is a Soviet 1972 (filmed in 1971) family movie directed by Rolan Bykov. A boy and a girl assidentally find an old telegram of WW2 years. They try to find the person who was the addressee. During their investigation, the kids learn a lot about the heroic past of people, close to them.
The following weapons were used in the film Telegram (Telegramma):
When Kostya and Ruslan Karpovs visits aged General Ivan Yakovlevich (Nikolay Kryuchkov), they watch at his collection of award handguns: chrome plated Walther P38, Steyr M1912, Nagant M1895 and a Tokarev TT-33 (blued, unlike other guns). It is worth noting that chrome plated guns can be seen in other Mosfilm production, like Piraty XX veka, Teheran 43, Vykup and Arbitr for Walther, Solaris, Svoy sredi chuzhikh... and Khozhdenie po mukam for Steyr, and Chyornyy treugolnik and Beshenoe zoloto for Nagant.