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Alejandro Pérez Lugín

Spanish writer

1870   -   1926


country of citizenship: Spain
languages spoken, written or signed: Spanish
educated at: University of Santiago de Compostela
occupation: writer, journalist, film director, screenwriter, war correspondent
award received: Fastenrath award

Alejandro Pérez Lugín (1870–1926) was a Spanish writer and film director. He attended university in Santiago de Compostela, and a number of his books have Galician themes. His 1921 novel Currito of the Cross, which uses bullfighting as its backdrop, has been adapted into film four times. Pérez Lugin himself directed successful film adaptations of two of his works during the silent era.
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