Alain Delon as Zorro and Stanley Baker as The Evil Colonial. At the beginning of Zorro, Alain Delon has discovered that his friend is in danger, fights the bandits with ease with his sword. His friend lays dying begs him not to kill, but go in his place as governor of California, you must have my ideals of peace and goodness not to go there to killor revenge my death.
Reason of the public domain status: Not registered with the Library of Congress.
The internationally produced Zorro is set in South America instead of the California locales of the series. Alain Delon stars as the newly appointed governor who immediately butts heads with corrupt Colonel Huerta (Stanley Baker). To rescue the peasants from Huerta’s despotry, the governor becomes the caped-and-masked do-gooder Zorro. The film never really takes itself seriously, not even during the final, well-staged duel between Zorro and Huerta.
Cast and Crew:
* Alain Delon/Zorro
* Ottavia Piccolo/Contessina Ortensia Pulido
* Moustache/Sgt. Garcia
Director: Duccio Tessari
Production Company: Mondial Televisione Film
Date Release: 1976
Audio & Video: Mono – Color
Additional details in: IMDB
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