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In the New World, a new Spanish governor finds the province of Nueva Aragón under the iron fist of the corrupt Colonel Huerta and vows to bring justice under the guise of a masked avenger.

Director:

Duccio Tessari

Writers:

Giorgio Arlorio (story), Giorgio Arlorio (screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Alain Delon ... Don Diego / El Zorro
Stanley Baker ... Col. Huerta
Ottavia Piccolo ... Contessina Ortensia Pulido
Moustache ... Sgt. Garcia
Adriana Asti ... Aunt Carmen
Enzo Cerusico Enzo Cerusico ... Joaquín, Don Diego's Servant
Giacomo Rossi Stuart ... Fritz von Merkel
Giampiero Albertini Giampiero Albertini ... Brother Francisco
Marino Masé ... Miguel de la Serna (as Marino Mase')
Raika Juri Raika Juri ... Senoria de la Serna (as Rajka Jurcec)
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Storyline

A newly arrived governor finds his province under the control of the corrupt Colonel Huerta. To avoid assassination by Huerta, he pretends to be weak and indecisive so Huerta will believe he poses no threat. But secretly he masquerades as Zorro, and joins the monk Francisco and the beautiful aristocrat Ortensia in their fight for justice against Huerta and his soldiers. Written by Mark Hettler <markh@nstl.com>

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The All New Zorro See more »


Certificate:

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Trivia

This film marks the second appearance of Sergeant Garcia. This comedic antagonistic Spanish soldier made his debut in Disney's 1950s television series where he portrayed by Henry Calvin. See more »

Quotes

Don Diego: It's easy to kill saints, Colonel. Let's see how you do against a sinner.
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Connections

Referenced in Monica and Friends: Meu Herói (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

To You Mi Chica
(uncredited)
Written by Guido De Angelis (as G. De Angelis), Maurizio De Angelis (as M. De Angelis), Susan Duncan Smith (as Dandylion)
Sung by Oliver Onions
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Loved it!
11 October 2002 | by maserati-2See all my reviews

For us that grew up in the '70's... THIS was our Zorro film!

It was kinda campy, but then again... so was Batman reruns. Watching it again now, it's hard to compare with films made nowdays, but I still enjoyed it. This time around I got the subtle jokes (Zorro sticks his foot in front of Garcia and says, "Have a nice trip").

The common themes of Zorro are there - The freeing of the slave labor, the little boy that assists Zorro in slapping the soldiers around, the priest, the Diego character. Also all the familiar swordfighting cliches (i.e, the candle cut, the jump up on the table).

I recently found this at Wal-Mart for $4.99, so I bought it not expecting much. From the moment I heard the silly Zorro theme song, I knew that this was the Zorro movie from my youth!

Get this and enjoy it!


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Country:

Italy | France

Language:

Italian | English | Spanish

Release Date:

June 1976 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Zorro See more »

Filming Locations:

Aranjuez, Madrid, Spain See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,221,944
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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