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This is a shortened version of the 1949 Republic serial "Ghost of Zorro," and was released to television as part of a syndicated package in 1959.

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Fred C. Brannon
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Clayton Moore ... Ken Mason (archive footage)
Pamela Blake ... Rita White (archive footage)
Roy Barcroft ... Hank Kilgore (archive footage)
George J. Lewis ... Moccasin (archive footage)
Gene Roth ... George Crane (archive footage) (as Eyugene Roth)
John Crawford ... Mulvaney (archive footage)
I. Stanford Jolley ... Paul Hobson (archive footage)
Steve Clark ... Jonathan White (archive footage)
Dale Van Sickel ... Mike Hodge (archive footage)
Steve Darrell ... Marshal Ben Simpson (archive footage)
Alex Montoya Alex Montoya ... Yellow Hawk (archive footage)
Tom Steele ... Henchman Brace (archive footage)
Marshall Reed ... Fowler (archive footage)
Frank O'Connor ... Doctor (archive footage)
Jack O'Shea ... Freight Agent (archive footage)
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This is a shortened version of the 1949 Republic serial "Ghost of Zorro," and was released to television as part of a syndicated package in 1959.

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Who rides behind the black mask of ZORRO! See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 June 1959 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Zorro, o kavallaris fantasma See more »

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Republic Pictures (I) See more »
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Mono
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Ghost of Zorro feature
29 January 2008 | by frontrowkid2002See all my reviews

The feature version of Ghost of Zorro (a Republic 1949 serial) was released to theaters in 1959 as the second half of a double bill. Like many of the Republic serialized features, the editing was so choppy that it showed a disoriented story line. The 12 chapter serial was reduced to a 58 feature. This not only capitalized on the fame of the Disney TV show which was being seen weekly, but it also gave the small fry (who may not have been around in 1949) an idea of the Saturday afternoon thrills Republic was famous for giving its fans. It also showed an early Clayton Moore who used this film to get the role of the Lone Ranger. Ironically, Republic closed its doors in 1959, no longer able to compete against television serials.


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