In the Blood (1923 film)

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In the Blood
Directed by Walter West
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Walter West Productions
Distributed by Butcher's Film Service
Release date
December 1923
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguagesSilent
English intertitles

In the Blood is a 1923 British silent sports drama film directed by Walter West and starring Victor McLaglen, Lilian Douglas and Cecil Morton York. [1]

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