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Legend

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Aargh. The video of the mock A7V https://landships.activeboard.com/t60746226/russian-a7v-film-prop/ has gone missing from Youtube, and I haven't been able to track it down.

A TV miniseries from 1984, apparently. Anybody help?

RussianA7V_filmprop.jpg



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James H wrote:

A TV miniseries from 1984, apparently. Anybody help?

Hi!
Soviet children's adventure film "Макар следопыт" ("Makar pathfinder"). According to the film, the layout depicts a British tank in the service of the White Army.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb1dPVzZr1Y


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I thought that was a long shot, but Kapitan has rescued it. Thank you.

I don't suppose we'll ever know why the film-makers thought the A7V was an appropriate model for the tank.



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I guess the wheels were easier to hide than on a romboid. The wheel is visible at 3,00,42.
That "A7V" has a slanting rear like the romboid's



-- Edited by Orso on Wednesday 21st of December 2022 08:43:22 AM

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