Royal Emissary Don Jose Alfonso Escanto has the alcalde's enthusiastic support for his mission to solve the pueblo's 'Indian problem': Shonay who came to trade is thrown in jailed just for ... See full summary »

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Royal Emissary Don Jose Alfonso Escanto has the alcalde's enthusiastic support for his mission to solve the pueblo's 'Indian problem': Shonay who came to trade is thrown in jailed just for his native race, to the barely controlled fury of Victoria and the De la Vegas, who still take him in their hacienda when he breaks his leg falling from his startled horse. Diego has a plan to make Shonay's warning come true that one day don Jose may experience the pain he inflicts on the Indian people by administering the emissary a skin-reddening 'medicine' while the bigot enacts cruel racist decrees. Meanwhile Zorro has another way to crack the alcalde's tall pride... Written by KGF Vissers

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Red is the New...
23 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is some nonsense about prejudice.

Don Diego turns an American Indian hating Spanish official into an Indian by using charcoal to blacken the guy's hair, and some sleep potion laced with red peppers to turn the guy's skin red. But it isn't Indian red, it's red like Oompa Loompas are orange.

The Indian held in jail for entering town against a law that had never been declared even comments: "You're the reddest Indian I've ever seen." Meanwhile Don Diego tricks the Alcalde into thinking he's shrinking, even though he's still the same height as he's always been when compared to others: except Diego when he wears some lifts.

Zorro would never stand for the injustice of such a bad episode.


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