When Don Aguilera is shot, his son assumes the would-be assassin is Don Fuentes since he recently had a violent argument with the young man's father. The Queen of Swords intercepts the ... See full summary »

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Capt. Marcus Grisham (credit only)
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Vera Hidalgo (credit only)
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Marta (as Paulina Galvez)
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James Innes-Smith ...
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Ramon Aguilera (as Freddy Douglas)
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Don Fuentes (as Javier Sandoval Alvarez)
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Don Aguilera (as Julio Morales Merino)
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Ian Latham (as Edward Hughes)
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Ranchero (as George Bulloch)
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When Don Aguilera is shot, his son assumes the would-be assassin is Don Fuentes since he recently had a violent argument with the young man's father. The Queen of Swords intercepts the assassin sneaking into Dr. Helm's surgery and discovers the intended victim was the doctor, not the don. While Dr. Helm is spurning the Queen's offer of help, the would-be assassin strikes a deal with Colonel Montoya to help each other rid themselves of their adversaries. Written by David Bassler

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28 October 2000 (Spain)  »

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[first lines]
[a girl chases a boy past where Tessa and Ramon are dancing]
Maria Teresa Alvarado: Remind you of anyone?
Ramon: Yes. There was a girl about fifteen years ago. Tessa I think her name was.
Maria Teresa Alvarado: A lovely child, I'm sure.
Ramon: A horrible creature. She used to beat me until I was black and blue.
Maria Teresa Alvarado: Only after you pulled her hair.
Ramon: I don't remember that part.
Maria Teresa Alvarado: Of course. Well, it wasn't your hair, was it?
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Behind the Mask
[Theme from Queen of Swords]
Performed by José Feliciano
Composed by Spencer Proffer and Steve Plunkett
Produced and Arranged by Spencer Proffer
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