A soft-core sex farce using the Zorro legend as an excuse for countless lusty exploits. Jean-Michel Dhermay is the dashing and amorous Zorro who stands up agaunst the tyrannical California ...
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Sophie, a young employee, gets raped on her way back from work and realizes some time later that she is pregnant. She does not want to keep the baby but abortion is illegal. Who can she ... See full summary »
A soft-core sex farce using the Zorro legend as an excuse for countless lusty exploits. Jean-Michel Dhermay is the dashing and amorous Zorro who stands up agaunst the tyrannical California governor (Ghislaine Kay). And lays down against a lot of beautiful women. Written by
It looks that this movie, or better said this attempt of a movie, has been made by some italo-belgian production, by re-editing an old mexican (or spanish) western, much better directed and acted than the poor softcore scenes that have been added to it. Those scenes star a bunch of anonymous asses along with a ridiculous Jean-Michel Dhermay, trying to pretend he's the same Zorro that we've seen just before, just because he's wearing a black mask and a hat even when he's miming sex. Of course, apart of the 6 first credits who are those of the people who appears in the extra scenes, the whole cast is a pure invention, so you won't find any of these actresses or actors' names in another movie...
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