Una conquista difícil
A rich Andalusian knight, Don Juan, had relations with a gypsy and a daughter. On the death of the mother, Don Juan hosted the girl at home and raised her like a lady, far from the customs and traditions of Roma. Don Juan has another son, this legitimate, who was educated abroad and upon return, unaware of the blood ties which unite them, falls for his sister. The father is opposed to this relationship, but the gypsy relatives discover that the girl is his daughter.
"Marquesona" is the central figure of a flamenco picture made by a group of artists who go from town to town with their art. Rosa, "marquesona's" daughter meets a gentleman with money, Eduardo, with whom she escapes, abandoning her mother as his father did years ago. The "marquesona" decides to go ahead and give more impetus to her art and gets great successes again. Later, Eduardo Rosa and will see the theater where she works with the intention of seeking forgiveness.
Clara, determined to earn her living and be valued for herself, leaves his rich father's home, changes her name and takes a room. While copying paintings at El Prado Museum, she meets Juan, who is also hiding his identity, pursued under charge of murder.
Il matrimonio segreto
A musical film with a performance by the group that was very fashionable at the time, El Cuarteto Aguilar. It was produced in 1936 but was never released.
Pepe Conde, a poor simple man, is tricked by a rich marquis to believe he has sold his soul to the devil to win the attention of the woman he is in love with.
Currito of the Cross (Spanish:Currito de la Cruz) is a 1926 Spanish silent drama film directed by Alejandro Pérez Lugín and starring Jesús Tordesillas, Manuel González and Elisa Ruiz Romero. The film was adapted from Lugin's own 1921 novel of the same title, set in the bullfighting world.
Heroes del 95
A Dutch sailboat finds the remains of a Spanish mail boat, which has collided with an iceberg. Inside the ship appear the corpses of a man and a woman, embracing each other. The logbook will explain their love story.
The troubled story of the Churruca family, a noble lineage of brave seamen, descendants of Cosme Damián Churruca, the Spanish hero of the Battle of Trafalgar; from the Spanish-American War (1898) to the end of the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). (In 1950, a new cut of the film was released with less ideological depth and ten minutes shorter.)
A virtuous Spanish princess becomes queen of Portugal, and soon is affected by the social struggles and the reckless fight to power between the king's faction and that of his son's.