Zorro: Season 2, Episode 21

The Missing Father (26 Feb. 1959)

TV Episode  -   -  Adventure | Family | Western
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Anita Cabrillo comes to Los Angeles looking for her father, whom she has not seen in twelve years. But nobody in town has ever heard of her father or his hacienda. Diego invites Anita to ... See full summary »

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Anita Cabrillo comes to Los Angeles looking for her father, whom she has not seen in twelve years. But nobody in town has ever heard of her father or his hacienda. Diego invites Anita to stay at the de la Vega hacienda until the mystery can be solved. Written by rbecker28

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Terrific episode featuring spunky Annette Funicello...
20 March 2006 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Available on VHS under the title "The Mystery of Don Cabrillo", this is a terrific episode from Walt Disney's "Zorro" TV series. Wonderfully spunky Annette Funicello guest stars as a pretty, but seemingly confused young girl, perhaps a pathological liar, arriving in Los Angeles from Spain and attempting to reconnect with her estranged father--whom no one has ever heard of. The identity of her papa is a big surprise (and is deftly handled) while Guy Williams lays on the smooth charm as Don Diego/Zorro, the best of all-time in my opinion. Tongue-in-cheek moments of humor and adventure make for a highly entertaining show, and again, Annette is terrific in her colorful appearance, and even sings a little ditty on the guitar (but don't watch her strumming fingers too closely!).


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