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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.[1] Lugin himself directed successful film adaptations of two of his works during the silent era.