Jane falls in love with a clown, but he dies after saving her from a fire in the circus and becomes a ghost.
In the late nineteenth century, Miguel Velasco, the son of a wealthy Spanish immigrant established in Mexico, comes to Madrid, where he falls in love with Celia, a chorus girl working at the Apollo theater.
Father Luis Lastra is a young priest who does his job in the village of Peñascosa. There he meets Marta, a beautiful parishioner very interested in religious matters, so much that she convinces the priest to accompany her to the convent to become a cloistered nun. Along the way, they have to stop at an inn for the night and that's where Father Luis will test his faith.
Mérida Nueva, Spain, late 19th century. Judge Javier Zarco finds in a cemetery a skull pierced by a nail and suspects that a murder has been committed. When he investigates the case in depth, his suspicions fall on the woman who was going to marry the deceased.
An orphan, taken in at the home of unscrupulous people who intend to use her in a shady business, flees with her cat and her canary. Accustomed by necessity, she enters a dressmaker's house with the intention of stealing, but the treatment she is given makes her give up her efforts. However, when she leaves the object she had stolen, a servant discovers it and denounces her. When Nena knows the situation of the girl, she welcomes her as a maid. The orphan will help the mistress of the house to solve her emotional problems.
The Inaccessible Girl
Fernando returns to his hometown after years studying in Brussels to meet with a strange suicide note written by his father ten years earlier. This leads him to discover the portrait of a woman supposedly murdered in the house and a mysterious music box. Chance leads him to the house of the eccentric family Briones and to Mariana, a young woman who is living image of the portrait and possessor of a box identical to that discovered by the young man.
Currito de la Cruz's dream is to become a bullfighter. When he gets the chance to bullfight for the first time, he meets Carmona, a retired renowned bullfighter whom he manages to fascinate. As his protégé, Currito begins to be famous. At the same time, Currito falls in love with Rocío, Carmona's daughter, but his love is not reciprocated, because she loves Ángel Romera, another bullfighter.
Spain, 1850. In the midst of the electoral campaign, three young men use all their strategies to place themselves in Madrid as members of the national congress.
A woman who has walked out of an unhappy marriage is unsuccessful trying to earn herself a new living and gets mixed with a man who is a murderer and tries to incriminate her.
The Spanish merchant "Mare Nostrum", captained by Ulises Ferragut, docked in September 1939 at the port of Naples to repair a breakdown. Walking through the ruins of Pompeii, Ferragut meets Freyra, an enigmatic and beautiful woman of whom she instantly falls madly in love, unaware that the girl is in fact a dangerous spy of the Third Reich.
The old hidalgo Don Alonso Quijano, maddened by the excessive reading of books on chivalry and determined to become a famous and heroic knight-errant, leaves his village and sets out on the road in search of adventure, accompanied by his faithful friend Sancho Panza.
Nora leaves the convent where she has been raised to marry a relative. Just arrived she has an accident resulting in total amnesia. Her identity mistaken a new life begins for her, where she will encounter love, adventure and even crime.
Arriving at a Guinean Christian mission, a young priest is told by his elder ones the story of Father Javier, another young missioner who restlessly fought to convert a villain not only for God's sake, but also for sentimental reasons.
Llegada de noche
Aragón, Spain, early 20th century. María del Pilar is a honest girl whose good name is dirtied when an old suitor seeking revenge accuses her of losing her virginity outside of marriage. The scandal soon spreads throughout the countryside.
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.
Madrid in the 1870s. Amidst political intrigues against King Amadeo de Saboya, wealthy and strong-willed countess Curra de Albornoz makes her own way in spite of her son and husband, considering her indiscretions as merely trifles ("pequeñeces") until tragedy strikes her. Period drama with a luxurious production design.
Un hombre de negocios
In XVII century Portugal two friends change identities so one of them can escape an unwanted marriage to Beatriz.
A young musician and dreamy, called "Ernesto", is forced to live in Madrid to die his father, in the house of executor of the testament, "don Julio Villamil", who is married to actress Teresa Labisbal, of which "Ernesto Acedo" was enamored platonic. Although the conduct of the young is flawless, a third person causes slander which oblige "don Julio" to fight in mourning to death.
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.