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The Mark of Zorro (1974)

TV Movie  -   -  Western | Action | Adventure  -  29 October 1974 (USA)
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The swishing fop Don Diego de la Vega becomes the swashbuckling masked hero Zorro when tyranny threatens his people in nineteenth-century California.

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Isabella Vega (as Yvonne DeCarlo)
Tom Lacy ...
Jorge Cervera Jr. ...
Sgt. Gonzales
Jay Hammer ...
Antonio
John Rose ...
Rodrigo
Robert Carricart ...
Dockworker
Alfonso Tafoya ...
Don Miguel
Inez Perez ...
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Frank Soto ...
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The swishing fop Don Diego de la Vega becomes the swashbuckling masked hero Zorro when tyranny threatens his people in nineteenth-century California. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Filming southwest of Tucson, Arizona included location shots at San Xavier del Bac Mission. See more »

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Captain Esteban: [as Zorro is unmasked] So... inside the peacock... we find a hawk.
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Delightful, very sensual take on the Zorro legend...Frank Langella is unforgettable.
28 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I haven't seen this TV film for years and would really like to see it again. I think I fell in love with Frank Langella because of it - OK, OK, so I was much younger and more impressionable at the time but, well, he was beguiling. As suggested in one or two other commentaries on this, I felt it was as effective a version, if not even a tad better than the 1940 one - perhaps because of both the eponymous hero's sexual magnetism and the charming, intelligent and spirited Anne Archer's Teresa. From what I remember, the film was to a large extent faithful to Tyrone Power's vehicle, and added a J-ne-sais-quoi to it.

Dashing as Power undoubtedly was, to my taste Langella's rich chocolatey voice, commanding height and seductive gaze made this viewer long to be the object of his affections. I admit it, I'm shamefacedly still a bit in love with the character!


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