Zorro (1990–1993)
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Zorro: The Legend Continues 

While studying in Spain, Don Antonio de la Cruz (Patrick James) is asked to return to his native California by his ailing father. Upon his arrival, he discovers the Alcalde is ruling the ... See full summary »

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Patrick James ...
Don Antonio de la Cruz / Zorro
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Doña Maria Costanza Arellaga
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Alcalde (as Val De Vargas)
Pedro Losada ...
Felipe
J. Luis Mendoza ...
Fr. Estaban
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Sergeant
Dennis Vaughan ...
Don Arellaga (as Dennis Vaughn)
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Sword Master
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While studying in Spain, Don Antonio de la Cruz (Patrick James) is asked to return to his native California by his ailing father. Upon his arrival, he discovers the Alcalde is ruling the province as a tyrant and his soldiers murder anyone who dares to challenge his authority. The people's only hope is the legendary hero, Zorro aka Don Diego de la Vega, whom Don Antonio finds mortally wounded after rescuing innocent men from the Alcalde's firing squad. Zorro/Don Diego urges Don Antonio to assume his secret identity and rally the Californians to fight the iron-fisted rule of the government. Don Antonio is also bethrothed to the wealthy señorita, Doña Maria Costanza Arellaga (Patrice Martinez), in which they do not get along but their romance is hinted when Don Antonio assumes the role of Zorro. Written by David Bassler

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Much different from the syndicated series with Duncan Regehr, this alternate pilot portrays Patrice Martinez as a wealthy señorita named Maria who bears the title of Doña. Patrick James portrays Don Antonio who becomes the successor to Don Diego as Zorro. Felipe also speaks and hears. See more »

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