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The Mark of Zorro ()


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A seemingly idiotic fop is really the courageous vigilante Zorro, who seeks to protect the oppressed.

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Lolita Pulido
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Capt. Juan Ramon
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Sgt. Pedro Gonzales
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Don Carlos Pulido
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Doña Catalina Pulido
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Short Innkeeper
Sidney De Gray ...
Don Alejandro (as Sydney De Gray)
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Gov. Alvarado
Walt Whitman ...
Fray Felipe
Tote Du Crow ...
Bernardo
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Don Diego Vega / Señor Zorro
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Seven Year Old Boy (uncredited)
Charles Belcher ...
Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
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Boy (uncredited)
Manuel Caballero ...
Villager (uncredited)
Gilbert Clayton ...
Soldier with 'Z' Carved on His Face (uncredited)
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Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
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Peon Beaten by Sgt. Gonzalez (uncredited)
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Trial Spectator (uncredited)
John Winn ...
Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)

Directed by

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Fred Niblo

Written by

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Johnston McCulley ... (based on the story by: "The Curse of Capistrano" published in "All-Story Weekly")
 
Douglas Fairbanks ... (scenario) (uncredited)
 
Eugene Miller ... (scenario) (uncredited)

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Douglas Fairbanks ... executive producer

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William P. Perry ... (1970)
William Axt ... (uncredited)

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William C. McGann ... (photographed by) (as William McGann)
Harris Thorpe ... (photographed by) (as Harry Thorpe)

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Edward M. Langley ... (art direction) (as Edward Langley)

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Theodore Reed ... second unit director (uncredited)

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Harry Edwards ... master of properties (uncredited)

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Richard Talmadge ... fight choreographer (uncredited)

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Fred Cavens ... fencing master (uncredited)
Robert Fairbanks ... production manager (uncredited)
M. Harry Uttenhover ... fencing instructor: Noah Beery and Robert McKim (uncredited)
H.J. Utterhore ... fencing advisor (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

In old Spanish California, the oppressive colonial government is opposed by Zorro, masked champion of the people, who appears out of nowhere with flashing sword and an athletic sense of humor, scarring the faces of evildoers with his Mark. Meanwhile, beautiful Lolita is courted by villainous Captain Ramon, rich but effete Don Diego... and dashing Zorro, who is never seen at the same time as Don Diego. As Zorro continues to evade pursuit, Ramon puts the damsel in distress... Written by Rod Crawford

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Also Known As
  • Le signe de Zorro (France)
  • Das Zeichen des Zorro (Germany)
  • La marca del Zorro (Spain)
  • Zorro mstitel (Czech Republic)
  • Il segno di Zorro (Italy)
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  • 107 min
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Trivia In the Golden Age of Comic Books, this was the film to which Thomas and Martha Wayne took their young son Bruce on the night that they were murdered in front of him in Gotham City in 1920, the experience which led him to become Batman. See more »
Goofs When Fray Felipe is receiving his lashes, there are horizontal lacerations along the left side of his back. The camera angle then widens to reveal two vertical lacerations - one in the center of his back and one to the right - while the laceration on the left side of the back is gone. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Jekyll & Canada (2009). See more »
Quotes [Diego is apathetically wooing the woman his father commanded him to marry]
Zorro: I have a servant - a wonder at the guitar. Tonight I shall order him to come out and play beneath your window.
Lolita Pulido: I have a maid - passionately fond of music!
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