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Vabank is a 1981 Polish criminal comedy film directed by Juliusz Machulski, set in interwar Poland. This film tells the story of Henryk Kwinto (Jan Machulski), a legendary safe cracker. Kwinto make a plan to get revenge on a ruthless and criminal bank president Gustaw Kramer (Leonard Pietraszak) who is responsible for the death of Kwinto's old friend Tadeusz. The movie was followed by a sequel Vabank II.
The following weapons were used in the film Vabank:
Unidentified revolver 1
An unidentified revolver is seen through the movie. While mostly looking like a Russian or Polish Nagant M1895, it has a different shape of the front side of the frame, similar to the one used on target versions of Nagant, and a short ejector rod. The revolver appears to be a single movie prop, wielded by various characters and fitted with two different sound suppressors.
Nuta (Krzysztof Kiersznowski
) holds a suppressed Nagant during the robbery of a jewelry store in the opening scene.
Another view of the same scene.
Krempitsch (Zdzislaw Kuzniar
), Kramer's hired gun, appears in Kwinto's apartments, holding a suppressed revolver.
A good view of the revolver. Note the same shape of the frame that is seen on Nuta's revolver but a different suppressor.
Another view of Krempitsch's revolver.
Moks aims a suppressed revolver during the bank robbery. Later it switches to another unknown revolver.
Unidentified revolver 2
Duirng the bank robbery Moks carries an unidentified revolver that switches from a Nagant.
Moks holds a suppressed revolver during the robbery of Kramer's bank. It appears to be 5-shot, unlike the one, seen in previous moments.
Unidentified revolver 3
In the scene of the bank robbery Moks' revolver switches againt to another unknown model.
Moks carries the revolver tucked at his belt.
A Nagant M1895 is seen in the scene in theatre when it is hold by an actor on scene as part of theatre props. Bank security guards also carry Nagants but they are disarmed by Moks and Nuta.
An actor holds a revolver during the theatre performance.
The robbers disarm a guard.
Nuta carries a Nagant, taken from the guard.
Jan Rożek (Henryk Bista), an old man who was deceived by Kramer, uses an old Italian Glisenti M1874 revolver to try to shoot the banker in his own cabinet.
Glisenti M1874 revolver - 10.35×20 mm
Kramer's secretary Stawiski (Zbigniew Geiger
) and bank clerk grapple Rożek who draws his revolver.
The revolver is seen from the other side when it's hold by Stawiski.
Alkartasuna Ruby Pistol
Gustaw Kramer (Leonard Pietraszak) carries a Ruby pistol. Alkartasuna Ruby, one of numerous clones of original pistol, perfectly matches the screen gun.
Alkartasuna Ruby - .32 ACP
Kramer's pistol in the drawer. A barrel of Rożek's Glisenti is seen next to the pistol.
A close view at Kramer's pistol.
Kramer puts his pistol back in the pocket.
1914 Mauser Pocket Pistol
In one scene Dunczyk (Witold Pyrkosz) gives Kwinto (Jan Machulski) a Mauser M1914 pocket pistol.
1914 Mauser Pocket Pistol - 6.35mm.
Dunczyk draws the pistol.
On the restored widescreen version this screenshot is cut below so the pistol is seen better on an old version.
Kwinto examines the pistol.
Moks (Jacek Chmielnik
) draws a suppressor and shows it to the manager of jevelry store: It's a suppressor. Do I need to add the revolver to it?