Because don Alejandro had a bad fall from his horse, don Diego goes in his place to meet the Spanish royal emissary in Santa Paula, representing the pueblo about the excessive taxes, but ... See full summary »

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James Victor ...
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Alcalde Ignacio de Soto (as John Herzler) (credit only)
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Santiago Alvarez ...
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Because don Alejandro had a bad fall from his horse, don Diego goes in his place to meet the Spanish royal emissary in Santa Paula, representing the pueblo about the excessive taxes, but Victoria decides he needs help- from her, so she rides along on a borrowed de la Vega mount. In De Soto's absence, acting alcalde Mendoza enjoys a taste of his privileges, but Felipe overhears four robbers that's the ideal night to rob the town; the brave knave dresses to ride as 'acting Zorro', but Toronado isn't fooled. On their way back, Diego and Victoria have to take nightly shelter for a storm in an abandoned windmill... Written by KGF Vissers

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ReynaldoDon Diego de la Vega: I will slice you into little pieces!
ReynaldoDon Diego de la Vega: I'm not a ham, señor.
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23 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was filmed during the second season, but it was aired during the third season. It's bad forever.

Not much of note happens. Diego and Victoria spend a night in an abandoned windmill. They talk about love. Diego kind of expresses his feelings for Victoria. She quotes a poem. He quotes the same poem. Later, Zorro quotes the same poem to Victoria. She raises an eyebrow "could it be, Zorro is Diego?" Nothing ever came of it during season 2, when this was filmed, or after it was aired. So the writers just dropped the whole thing.

Some of the acting is bad even by this series' standards. The guy who plays the criminal tanner hams it up a lot.


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