Zorro: the Complete Season 1

Zorro: the Complete Season 1

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Zorro: the Complete Season 1

Running for four seasons on The Family Channel in the early 1990s, the family-friendly adventure series Zorro starred Duncan Regehr as the masked avenger keeping 19th century California safe from corrupt individuals in positions of power. This set contains every episode from the first season of the series.

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Release Date: 01/25/2011
UPC: 0733961236460
Source: A&E Home Video
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 9:35:00
Sales rank: 30,945

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Zorro: the Complete Season 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Zorro is a Hero. He fights for those who can't fight for themselves. He's an enemy to all who oppose justice and freedom or anyone who threatens those he loves. His clothes allow him to meld with the night. His sword skill is unmatched. This set gives viewers the 4-part origin story. When the militia first met Zorro, some immediately thought he was a demon. When he defeated them effortlessly, seemingly magically, they were nearly convinced. Next day Zorro appeared on a hang glider. To their minds he'd dropped out of the sky, on wings no one else could use. After the battle he rode off on a horse faster than any other. In the fourth episode the alcalde believed Zorro was dead, and was over eager to declare it. That mistake allowed Zorro to convince the militia he'd risen from the dead. Beyond that this set has many great episodes. Including an impostor episode. The impostor was also a master swordsman. When the 2 fought their garb and blades were identical, but their stiles were nothing alike. While the real Zorro fought with joy, charmed and cunning, the impostor fought with fear, rage, and hate. Long Live Zorro