"Fighting Blood" (also known as "Sporting Blood") is 1923 Comedy film directed by Malcolm St. Clair . George O'Hara is starring, alongside Kit Guard, Mabel Van Buren and Arthur Rankin.
Who is the director of "Fighting Blood":
Fighting Blood was directed by Malcolm St. Clair, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.
After directing Fighting Blood, Malcolm St. Clair directed Are Parents People?, released in 1925, A Social Celebrity (1926), Good and Naughty (1926), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928), The Canary Murder Case (1929), and Side Street (1929).
What is the cast of "Fighting Blood":
At the casting of Fighting Blood we find George O'Hara, previously seen in ; Kit Guard (); Mabel Van Buren (Manslaughter (1922), Beyond the Rocks (1922)) [ more... ]
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