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  • Actors: Duncan Regehr, James Victor, Juan Diego Botto, Patrice Martinez
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 15
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E HOME ViDEO
  • DVD Release Date: January 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 2024 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KKBFE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,268 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Zorro: The Complete Series" on IMDb

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BONUS DISC:
The legend of Zorro truly begins in 1919, with the publication of Johnston McCulley s story, The Curse of Capistrano. A year later, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford produced The Mark of Zorro with Fairbanks as the title character as the inaugural film for their new studio, United Artists. Since then, the character has inspired more than 40 films and nearly a dozen TV series. The Zorro Archives includes some of the masked defender s most influential appearances as well as rare behind-the-scenes material from the 1990 series.

BONUS FEATURES: THE ZORRO ARCHIVES
The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks the original full-length silent film that defined the swashbuckler genre
Chapter 1 of the 1939 theatrical serial Zorro s Fighting Legion
Trailers for the serials Zorro s Fighting Legion, Zorro s Black Whip and Zorro Rides Again
The original, never-before-released pilot for the New World Zorro
A photo gallery from the New World Zorro

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Out of the night a hero must rise with courage that even a mask can t disguise! So begins the adventures of Zorro swordsman, scientist and relentless defender of the oppressed.

In early 19th century Spanish California, a corrupt Alcalde (mayor) grows rich by terrorizing the good people of Los Angeles. Young and dashing Don Diego de la Vega (Duncan_Regehr), pretending to care only for science and study, secretly creates a bold alter-ego: Zorro the Fox. Aided by his mute servant Felipe, inspired by the faith of the beautiful tavern-keeper Victoria, and carried into battle by the mighty steed Toronado, Zorro thwarts the Alcalde s plots at every turn.

Filmed entirely in Madrid, Spain, Zorro aired on The Family Channel for four seasons, from 1990-1993. Still a tremendous fan favorite, Zorro is renowned for its swashbuckling family-friendly adventure as well as its top-notch cast of featured characters and guests, including Efrem Zimbalist Jr. as Don Alejandro de la Vega, Daniel Craig, Andre the Giant, Philip Michael Thomas, Jesse Ventura and Adam West.

For the first time ever, all 88 episodes have been collected in one DVD set, including a bonus disk with classic Zorro films, an alternate series pilot and much more.

BONUS DISC:
The legend of Zorro truly begins in 1919, with the publication of Johnston McCulley s story, The Curse of Capistrano. A year later, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford produced The Mark of Zorro with Fairbanks as the title character as the inaugural film for their new studio, United Artists. Since then, the character has inspired more than 40 films and nearly a dozen TV series. The Zorro Archives includes some of the masked defender s most influential appearances as well as rare behind-the-scenes material from the 1990 series.

BONUS FEATURES: THE ZORRO ARCHIVES
The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks the original full-length silent film that defined the swashbuckler genre
Chapter 1 of the 1939 theatrical serial Zorro s Fighting Legion
Trailers for the serials Zorro s Fighting Legion, Zorro s Black Whip and Zorro Rides Again
The original, never-before-released pilot for the New World Zorro
A photo gallery from the New World Zorro

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No doubt that the release of all 88 episodes of this fondly remembered 1990 Family Channel series will exert the same irresistible nostalgic pull on Generation Y as the classic 1950s Disney series has on Baby Boomers. But while Duncan Regehr (the cult fave Monster Squad), as the dashing Zorro, is no Guy Williams (forgive the generational bias), this entertaining family-friendly series is a worthy addition to the prolific Zorro canon that dates back to 1919. You have to get eight episodes into the first season for the four-episode arc that reveals how Don Diego de la Vega was compelled to become the legendary outlaw who fights injustice in 19th-century Spanish California. Efrem Zimbalist Jr. provides some old-school Hollywood glamour as Don Diego's father, who wishes his bookish son were more like Zorro. He was replaced Darrin-style in season two by Henry Darrow. There is mild love interest in the feisty form of Patrice Camhi Martinez as the independent, strong-willed Victoria. Juan Diego Botto provides added kid appeal as Felipe, a young mute who keeps Don Diego's heroic alter ego a secret. And stealing his scenes is Zorro's horse, Tornado. The series boasts good production values, swashbuckling action, hissable villains (Michael Tylo as the tyrannical mayor Luis Ramon in the first two seasons), corny humor, and some curious guest stars, including Adam West as an inventor hired to devise a trap for Zorro ("The Wizard"), Philip Michael Thomas as a runaway slave ("Pride of the Pueblo"), and future 007 Daniel Craig as a ruthless tax collector's lieutenant ("The Arrival," "Death and Taxes"), not to mention wrestlers Andre the Giant, Jesse Ventura, and Roddy Piper (in separate episodes). For aficionados, the real fun is on a disc full of bonus Zorro-abilia, including the 1920 silent film The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks, the first chapter of the 1939 serial Zorro's Fighting Legion, an alternative version of the series pilot episode starring Patrick James, and Zorro trailers. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

Duncan Regehr is excellent as Don Diego/Zorro.
Anthony V. Bolton
So much I could say about this show that I like, and what I'm gleaning from it.
DLHSmith
I'm trying to streach the series so that I can enjoy every minute of it.
Chaz V

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78 of 79 people found the following review helpful By smithcrafter on November 11, 2010
I'm 57 yrs old and have been a Zorro fan/atic since age 4, and a Zorro video collector for years. In my opinion, this series is absolutely the BEST incarnation of Zorro ever made, and I have them ALL (with a couple of hard-to-find old movie exceptions. Do NOT try to "compare" it to the Disney series. They're totally different styles. Both are great. The Disney series is pure WALT Disney style family fun. This series has more "meat" to it, much better character development, less comedy, but still quite a few comedic moments. Very family friendly but also excellent for adults.
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75 of 77 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 8, 2010
Zorro is one of the more underrated heroes out there -- a sort of Hispanic cross between Robin Hood and Batman.

Admittedly, I've never really been a huge fan of Zorro (I'm more of a Robin Hood girl), but one of the better representations of him is the well-beloved, family-friendly "Zorro: The Complete Series." It has some downsides, but it's a pleasantly upbeat series filled with romance, swordplay, sneering villains and a guy running around in a mask.

Don Diego de la Vega (Duncan Regehr) is called back from his studies in Spain to his family estate in California. It turns out that Los Angeles (a tiny pueblo instead of the megacity it is now) is now ruled by the tyrannical Alcalde Luis Ramone (Michael Tylo). His father Don Alejandro (played first by Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. and then by Henry Darrow) and local tavern-keeper Victoria Escalante (Patrice Camhi Martinez) are opposing the Alcalde, which is putting them in danger.

Everybody thinks of Diego as a mild-mannered nerd, and don't realize that he's actually a master swordsman, scientist and acrobat (just how long was he away?!). So with the help of his mute sidekick Felipe (Juan Diego Botto), a secret passage and a wild horse, Diego becomes El Zorro, who rides out and battles Alcalde Ramone and his successor Ignacio De Soto (John Hertzler), as well as various bandits, thieves and killers of all kinds.

"Zorro: The Complete Series" is a sunny, entertaining little show. It's crammed with unabashed swashbuckling, romance, touching moments,swordplay and comedic buttkicking. The dialogue has plenty of snappy (sometimes slightly cheesy) witticisms, especially when Diego is charging around in full Zorro garb.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By William on October 8, 2010
I loved this series. I never missed an episode. Duncan plays the duel roles of this character like no other. And I really enjoyed the episodes that show the emotion and the struggle that Diego must overcome when in dealing with his Father (Alejandro) and his love for Victoria. That really plays out very well in this series. My favorite episode is Broken Heart, Broken Mask. Bishop, a gambler, played excellently by Roddy Piper, gets into a verbal altercation with Don Carlos over being called a cheat. Only after Zorro gets involved does Bishop slither away, or so it seems. Zorro prepares to leave, when Victoria spots Bishop aiming a pistol at him. With no concern for her own safety, she takes the bullet meant for Zorro. While recovering, unconscience of course, Diego sits by her bedside holding her hand. "If you die Victoria, Zorro will die with you." -Diego She does survive and Zorro delivers justice to Bishop. At the end, they share their first kiss, leaving Victoria flushed. Zorro leaves her his mask. There were alot of these moments in the series and I love them all. And James Victor played Mendoza to a T. I'm excited that this series is finally coming out on DVD. And I shall enjoy it as much this time around as I did twenty years ago. I hope you do too.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nancy J. Smith on July 24, 2011
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I was really overjoyed when I heard that the New World Zorro, one of my favorite shows, was going to be on dvd. I remember watching The New World Zorro back in the 90's. It appeared on the now defunct Family Channel.The episodes were only thirty minutes long, but they tried to make them very entertaining, and exciting. My only regret is that they didn't make the episodes an hour long so they could have explored the backgrounds of all the characters on the show, and added more plots and action scenes. As far as love scenes, they were limited to that since it was a "family show" and young people were watching. ;-) But otherwise it was a wonderful show. I'm also happy that Amazon reduced the price of the dvds and made them more affordable. ;-) I especially appreciated the way they packaged the dvds and put them in those very nice cases to keep them from getting scratched or damaged. Packaging is everything. :-) That would have been nice also if the people who put out the dvds would have added some "behind the scenes" special features where the cast and crew talked about their experiences doing the episodes and even added some bloopers. That would have been funny too. But I guess those people weren't available for commentary or they just didn't have time. So instead they gave us these old Zorro episodes and a pilot of the NW Zorro with another actor being Don Diego/Zorro and different Alcalde too. Not to mention Patrice Martinez being a totally different character. Also they added some photos from the NW Zorro show. The episodes are well formatted and look as if they were just made yesterday. Thanks to modern technology, they look sharper, and clearer. I also noticed that without commercials the episodes are about 22 minutes long. That was interesting considering they were 30 on tv.Read more ›
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Finally!
Cory, I feel like I could have writen this! I also dressed up as Zorro my last time as a Child because of this show! a few years back I purchased the VHS of the first episode because I missed this show so much... at the time it cost me 40 bucks! but also at the time no one knew who owned the... Read More
Nov 10, 2010 by Kevin A. Young |  See all 18 posts
Subtitles or closed-captions?
Unfortunately, the DVD set is not closed captioned and it does not have subtitles of any kind. If it is any consolation, the visual and sound transfers are very good.
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Anyone know where to find it in spanish? Be the first to reply
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