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Don Diego is fighting for the peons against the Commandante. Shortly after the Governor and his daughter Isabella arrive, the Governor is killed and marked with a Z. When Don Diego's identity as Zorro is revealed to Isabella, she has the Commandante arrest him as the killer. But he convinces her the Commandante was the killer as the Z was backwards. Written by
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The fact that this film predates the Tyrone Power and Basil Rathbone Zorro makes it redeemable, but certainly not enjoyable. Hollywood was crying out for a Zorro that they could enjoy, and 'The Bold Caballero' was a testimony to this statement.
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