The Call of the Blood (1934 film)

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The Call of the Blood
Directed by José Bohr, Raphael J. Sevilla
Written by José Bohr, Eva Limiñana
Starring José Bohr, Virginia Fábregas, Elisa Robles
Release date
  • 10 May 1934 (1934-05-10)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish

The Call of the Blood (Spanish: "La sangre manda") is a 1934 Mexican drama film written and directed by Jose Bohr. It stars Jose Bohr, Virginia Fabregas, Elisa Robles, and Sara García.


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