Call Her Savage

Call Her Savage Information

Call Her Savage (1932) is a Pre-Code drama film directed by John Francis Dillon and starring Clara Bow. The films was Bow's second-to-last film role.

The film was restored in 2012 by the Museum of Modern Art and premiered at the third annual Turner Classic Movies Film Festival in Hollywood.

Plot summary

A wild young woman rebels against the man she believes to be her father.


  • Clara Bow as Nasa Springer
  • Gilbert Roland as Moonglow
  • Thelma Todd as Sunny De Lane
  • Monroe Owsley as Lawrence Crosby
  • Estelle Taylor as Ruth Springer
  • Weldon Heyburn as Ronasa
  • Willard Robertson as Pete Springer
  • Anthony Jowitt as Jay Randall
  • Fred Kohler as Silas Jennings
  • Russell Simpson as Old Man In Wagon Train
  • Margaret Livingston as Molly
  • Carl Stockdale as Mort
  • Dorothy Peterson as Silas' Wife
  • Douglas Haig (uncredited) as Pete as a Boy

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