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Blanca Guerra

Blanca Guerra
Born Blanca Guerra Islas
(1953-01-10) January 10, 1953
Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actress
Years active 1978-present
Children Emiliano Guerra

Blanca Guerra (born Blanca Guerra Islas on January 10, 1953 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress. In 1983 she was a member of the jury at the 13th Moscow International Film Festival.[1]


  • Films 1
  • Televisión 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


  • Venganza en el Valle de las Muñecas (2009)
  • Bajo la sal (2008)
  • Cosas insignificantes (2008) - Mara
  • La zona (2008) - Lucía
  • Kada kien su karma (2008)
  • Morirse está en hebreo (2007)
  • Niñas mal (2007)
  • Un embrujo (1998)
  • Violeta (1997)
  • Salón México (1996)
  • Clear and Present Danger (1994)
  • La reina de la noche (1994)
  • Principio y fin (1993)
  • Danzón (1991)
  • Morir en el golfo (1990)
  • Sandino (1990)
  • Santa Sangre (1989) - Concha
  • Walker (1987) - Doña Yrena
  • Días difíciles (1987)
  • El juego de la muerte (1986)
  • El imperio de la fortuna (1986)
  • Nocaut (1984)
  • Eréndira (1983) - Ulysses' mother
  • Chile Picante (1983)
  • Burdel (1982)
  • Mojado Power (1981)
  • Perro Callejero II (1981)
  • Las siete cucas (1981)
  • Perro Callejero (1980)
  • Estas ruinas que ves (1979)
  • Mojado Power (1979)
  • Complot mongol (1978)
  • Pedro Páramo (1978)
  • El Coyote y la Bronca (1978)



  1. ^ "13th Moscow International Film Festival (1983)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-01-28. 

External links

Blanca Guerra at the Internet Movie Database

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