Hoping it will work to his advantage in getting Anna Maria to choose him, Ricardo persuades the Governor to offer amnesty to Zorro if the masked man will reveal his identity. Diego decides ... See full summary »

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Hoping it will work to his advantage in getting Anna Maria to choose him, Ricardo persuades the Governor to offer amnesty to Zorro if the masked man will reveal his identity. Diego decides to accept the offer so that he may marry Anna Maria himself. But a mysterious stranger in black then holds Diego and Bernardo hostage. Written by rbecker28

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1 January 1959 (USA)  »

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After Ricardo del Amo admits to Don Alejandro and Don Diego that he played a joke on them they all sit down and drink some wine. The first shot shows wine in the glass of Ricardo de Amo as he moves it, but the next shot shows Don Alejandro pouring wine from the bottle into his glass. See more »

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Don Alejandro: [Diego removes mask from imposter Zorro] I'm sorry my son! I hoped you would not find out!
Don Diego de la Vega: How, how did you know?
Don Alejandro: I've known for along time! A very long time!
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Another Zorro winner
26 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was my all-time Zorro favorite. John Litel was outstanding as the governor of California. He added that little bit of something special to this show. Of course, Zorro was the star, but Litel just made it a little bit better. What a fine actor. I have followed Mr. Litel's career for some 50 years. His performances were always his best efforts. He never disappointed his audiences. I recall the very first time I saw him on screen. It was an old B picture that was released in 1934. It was called Submarine Base. It was not much of a picture but watching him, you knew he was giving his best. I was disappointed that he was never giving more meatier parts. But I guess that's Hollywood.


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