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ánimas Trujano a.k.a. Animas Trujano is a town and municipality in Oaxaca in south-western Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 6.7 km², and it is part of the Centro District in the Valles Centrales region. Its climate is warm most of the time, and the municipal area has a diversity of both animal and plant species. As of 2005, the municipality had a total population of 3189, the majority of them being Catholic. Approximately 69 people speak an indigenous language, according to the 2005 INEGI census. The origin of the name "Animas Trujano" dates to the times of the Mexican War of Independence. Originally, the municipality was just called "Animas", but people decided to add the word "Trujano" in honor to Valerio Trujano. He spent a little time in Animas, but then he was executed by the Spanish royalist army during the Mexican War of Independence. One of the attractions of Animas Trujano is the "Danza de la Pluma". People also celebrate the feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe on December 12, a festival in honor of the Virgin of Rosario, the Holy Week and more.
"ánimas Trujano" a.k.a. "The Important Man": Ánimas Trujano is a 1962 Mexican drama film directed by Ismael Rodríguez, based on a novel by Rogelio Barriga Rivas. It stars Toshiro Mifune, Columba Domínguez, Flor Silvestre, and Antonio Aguilar.
- also known as Animas Trujano, Ánimas Trujano (El hombre importante), Ánimas Trujano
- country: Mexico
- language: Spanish Language
- producers: Ismael Rodríguez & Pascual Aragonés
- executive producer: Pascual Aragonés
- production design by Edward Fitzgerald
- written by Ismael Rodríguez, Ricardo Garibay, Vicente Oroná Jr.
- based on a story by Ismael Rodríguez, Rogelio Barriga Rivas, Ricardo Garibay
- casting by Joaquín Garrido
- cinematography by Gabriel Figueroa
- edited by Jorge Bustos
- costume design by Bertha Mendoza López, Consuelo Múgica, Luis Márquez
- set decoration by Pablo Galván
- genre: Drama
- released on (52 years ago)
- Samuel Goldwyn International Award
- Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film (Mexico)
- Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (Country: Mexico, in Spanish) nomination for Ismael Rodríguez
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