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.
The House of La Troya
Guadalupe is an orphan as a child by Eulalio host and Euphrasia, who incite to steal and commit crimes. She opposes and decides to leave the house to avoid it in the company of a goldfinch and his trusty cat. The girl comes to live independently but failures will accumulate, until he accidentally meets Baby, a lady of good family, and among them emerges a sincere friendship.