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- Because of the decorations and elaborateness of the costume, the Spanish refer to the torero's outfit as "traje de luces", meaning the "suit of lights".
- ,to the position in front of the torero placed roughly in the middle of the arena.
- Antonio Cayetano Rivera Ordóñez (born January 13, 1977 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish "torero" or 'bullfighter'.
- On May 14, 1989 in Nîmes, Nimeño II and Portuguese torero Victor Mendes were scheduled to fight six bulls.
- Promoted to director at Cines, he directed thirteen titles in 1914 alone, including "Amore senza veli", "Il romanzo di un torero", "La donna nuda" and "Le campane di Sorrento".
- He gained international recognition with his novel "Tengo miedo torero" which was the first book translated into English.
- He performed for 10 years and over 100 corridas. Ponce is the first torero in history to fight more than 2000 corridas. He passed this mark in Ronda on 4 September 2010.
- The Spanish name "Espada" (...) means "sword", referring to the sword that the torero uses to kill the bull.
- Juan García Jiménez (7 January 1934 – 5 January 2023), better known as Mondeño, was a Spanish torero.
- The most common pass with the cape in bullfighting is called a "verónica", as the "torero" holds the cape in the same way as Veronica is usually depicted holding the cloth.
- Named La Montera after the nearby rock formation that looks like a bullfighter's hat (Montera del torero in Spanish).
- A torero is the central bullfighter who must kill the bull.
- "The Blackmailers" or "Blackmailing a Bullfighter" (Spanish:"Chantaje a un torero") is a 1963 Spanish crime film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Manuel Benítez 'El Cordobés', Alberto de Mendoza and Manolo Morán.
- When well-bred Rafael meets beautiful but inconstant Eugenia he is fascinated to the point of even becoming a torero to please her wish for fame.
- The film depicts the lives of poverty-stricken young men and women, called "torero" and "torera", forced to the trade of performing live fornication on stage of Manila's nightclubs in exchange for money.
- Paco Cano Lorenza (18 December 1912 – 27 July 2016), also known as Canito, was a Spanish photojournalist from Valencia, who specialized in torero photography.
- Comical spectacles based on bullfighting, called "espectáculos cómico-taurinos" or "charlotadas", are still popular in Spain and Mexico. Troupes include "El empastre" or "El bombero torero".
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