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José Churruca
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Marisol Mendoza
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Pedro Churruca
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Isabel Churruca
Rosina Mendía ...
Isabel Acuña de Churruca
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National Spy
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Pedro Churruca's Father (as Julio Rey)
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Jaime Churruca
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Luis Echevarría
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Señor Echevarría
Mercedes Llofríu ...
Isabel Churruca, niña (as Merceditas Llofriú)
Eduardo González ...
Child
Consuelo Loygorri ...
Luis' Daughter (as Consuelito Loygorri)
Ángel Martínez ...
Pedro Churruca, niño
Francisco Camoiras ...
José Churruca, niño (as Paquito Camoiras)
José Crevillent ...
Luis' Son
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El Campesino
Vicente Soler ...
Dr. Vera
Fernando Fresno ...
Padre Palomeque
Antonio Armet ...
Gen. Vicente Rojo
Pablo Álvarez Rubio ...
National Commander
Fulgencio Nogueras ...
Adm. Cervera
Domingo Rivas ...
Engineer Colonel (as Domingo Ribas)
Manuel Soto ...
Almirante de la Base
Pablo Hidalgo ...
Don Luis
Ignacio Mateo ...
Col. Pardo
Antonio Zaballos ...
Sacerdote
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Engineer Captain (as Santiago Ribero)
Luis Latorre ...
Dr. Gómez Ulloa
Horacio Socías ...
Padre Prior
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Militiaman #1
Joaquín Regález ...
Volunteer
María Saco ...
Aunt Lola
Carmen Trejo ...
Second National Spy
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José de Sandoval (uncredited)
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José Luis Sáenz de Heredia ...
Chófer de la camioneta (uncredited)

Directed by

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José Luis Sáenz de Heredia ... (as J.L. Sáenz de Heredia)

Written by

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Francisco Franco ... (story) (as Jaime de Andrade)
 
José Luis Sáenz de Heredia ... (screenplay) (as J.L. Sáenz de Heredia) and
Antonio Román ... (screenplay)
 
José Luis Sáenz de Heredia ... (dialogue) (as J.L. Sáenz de Heredia)

Music by

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Manuel Parada

Cinematography by

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Heinrich Gärtner ... (as Enrique Guerner)

Film Editing by

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Eduardo García Maroto ... (as Eduardo G. Maroto)
Bienvenida Sanz

Production Design by

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Sigfrido Burmann ... (as Burmann)
Luis M. Feduchi ... (as Feduchi)

Set Decoration by

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Sigfrido Burmann
Luis M. Feduchi

Costume Design by

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Manuel Comba ... (as Comba)

Makeup Department

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Fernanda Alonso ... hair stylist
José Argüelles ... makeup artist
José Echevarría ... makeup artist (as J. Echevarría)
F. Fernández ... makeup artist
Francisco Puyol ... hair stylist
Margarita Tapper ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Eduardo de la Fuente ... assistant production manager
Luis Díaz Amado ... production manager (as L. Días Amado)
Ignacio Mateo ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jerónimo Mihura ... assistant director
Manuel Rosellón ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Pierre Certes ... lead sound engineer (as Pedro Certes)
J. Flierbaum García ... sound operator
León Lucas de la Peña ... lead sound engineer: Estudios CEA (as L. Lucas de la Peña)

Camera and Electrical Department

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José F. Aguayo ... still photographer (as José Aguayo)
Eloy Mella ... assistant camera
Cecilio Paniagua ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pedro Rodríguez ... costumer: modern day (as P. Rodríguez)

Other crew

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Eduardo de la Fuente ... production assistant
Honorino Martínez ... production assistant
Ignacio Mateo ... production assistant
Jesús Rey ... production secretary
Carmen Salas ... script supervisor
Manuel Aznar ... historical advisor (uncredited)
Manuel Halcón ... historical advisor (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As
  • Espíritu de una raza (Spain)
  • Race (World-wide, English title)
  • Blutzeugen (Germany)
  • Rasse (Germany)
  • Το γένος (Greece)
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  • 113 min
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Trivia The film was re-release in July 3 1950 with a new title, "Espíritu de una raza", and six minutes less of footage. Since Spain was by then an US ally, Franco's censors decided to cut all the scenes containing fascist salutes and add some dialogues to underline the anti-communist sense of the movie, instead of its former totalitarian spirit. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Race, the Spirit of Franco (1977). See more »

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