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Zorro: Season 2


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Editorial Reviews

With each deft stroke of his sword the legend of Zorro grows - as does the fury and desperation of the Alcalde. The stakes are higher than ever: Victoria is shot. Diego falls to a desert viper. Zorro's fencing master becomes prey to bounty hunters. Even bumbling Sergeant Mendoza (James Victor) finds himself in danger - of a broken heart. Season 2 begins with a fan-favorite episode in which an eccentric inventor named Wayne (Batman's Adam West) matches wits with the world's first "caped crusader." The episode also features the endearing Henry Darrow who takes over the role of Zorro's father Don Alejandro. The season finale brings another meeting of titans as Zorro travelling in France crosses swords with the Three Musketeers. This star-studded season features unforgettable turns by entertainment icons Doug McClure (The Land That Time Forgot) Warwick Davis (Willow) Peter Postlethwaite (Amistad) and stuntmaster Peter Diamond (Star Wars) as well as wrestling superstars Roddy Pi

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Product Details

  • 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: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E HOME ViDEO
  • DVD Release Date: January 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 575 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KKBK4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,051 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I like the ones on season 2 better.
Sharky
Great to own so I can watch episodes at any time that is convenient.
Elaine Terner
The Disney series is pure WALT Disney style family fun.
smithcrafter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 20, 2010
You know pretty much what to expect in "Zorro: The Complete Season Two" -- swashbuckling, romance, action and lots of clever tricks. Like any good second season, it refines everything that was good about the first season, while also introducing Henry Darrow as the new Don Alejandro. And it takes a distinctly unexpected turn near the end.

When a weird inventor arrives at the pueblo, the Alcalde (Michael Tylo) enlists him to use his weird gadgets to trap Zorro... but things don't work out quite that way. And when Diego's fencing instructor arrives in Los Angeles, he's aghast to find that his best student pretends to be inept with a sword.

As the season goes on, Diego/Zorro must grapple with pirates, a cruel master swordsman, schooling Mendoza (James Victor) on romance, running the new newspaper, snake venom, an expert Indian tracker, the Alcalde's devious twin, Felipe's first love, "The Falcon," a scheme to assassinate the Alcalde, an accused bandit's VERY BIG BROTHER, a haughty teenage boy, a bandit who whistles Beethoven, a jeweled sword, Amish people, and an encounter with the Three Musketeers' descendents.

But the biggest story comes at the end. Victoria (Patrice Camhi-Martinez) learns that her father is dying in the prison known as Devil's Fortress. As if that wasn't enough reason for Diego to go, the Alcalde is determined to find... SOMETHING in Devil's Fortress. But is Zorro a match for the deadly cunning of the warden and his daughter?

"Zorro: The Complete Season Two" is a pretty natural extension of the first season, but the writers polished up some of the rough spots and added Henry Darrow to the cast.
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3 of 3 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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By A Customer on April 26, 2015
Some of the most memorable episodes were in this season.

This season has the death of Alcalde Luis Ramone. In his final episode he'd stolen the de la Vega's land grant, planning to claim their land for himself. He was trying to climb down a several story wall, when Zorro caught up with him. Zorro would have helped him up, in exchange for the document. Instead Luis chose to snatch Zorro's mask, revealing Diego's face, and losing his balance in the process. He fell to his death, screaming "I should have Known".

In a 2 part episode Diego takes a vacation to France. There he met the descendants of the 3 Musketeers. He donned his mask and called himself Le Renard - French for The Fox. Le Renard helped the descendants defeat their own Tyrant, and become worthy of calling themselves Musketeers.

In one episode the alcalde's twin brother tried to steal Luis's identity and position. The Twin was a murderer and thief, same as Luis. The only difference between the brothers was one committed murder and robbery by legal means and the other by illegal. Zorro helped expose the impostor, simply because he preferred an enemy he knew to the one he didn't.

My favorite episode was when Diego's Sword Teacher, Sir Edmond Kendall, came to California. On arrival he was shocked to learn Diego had been concealing his Sword Skills, and Edmond was disgusted by the Alcalde. Near the end Edmond was shot, near death, but when he saw Zorro holding off the Militia his face lit up. The mask didn't fool him, he knew Diego's fighting stile. Kendall died knowing Zorro would never stop fighting the Good Fight - that he'd trained a champion for Justice.

Long Live Zorro
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I have watched two discs of Zorro with Duncan Regehr and so far I am glad I purchased it. I feel that the Disney version of Zorro with Guy Williams is the one to beat, but this one is quite entertaining also. I decided to buy Season 2 because some other reviewers suggested it to be the best of the 4 disc series. Another reason for choosing Season 2 is some of the actors change through the series. I like the ones on season 2 better. The episodes are short, so this makes it easy to watch one or two at a time. Overall the show is great!
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By FL Senior on February 5, 2014
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Duncan Regehr plays an excellent Zorro in the tradition of the swashbuckling hero. The theme music is catchy. The bonus disc with clips from previous Zorros was nostalgic. A very good buy.
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Great to own so I can watch episodes at any time that is convenient. Broadcast time on TV is not always a good time for me.
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By ChihuahuaMom on May 31, 2013
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We really like the Zorro series with Duncan Regehr, we got tired of the commercial breaks and the interruption in TV transmissions - so we just ordered all the seasons. I am so thrilled that all of seasons were available, now we can view one of our favorite old time shows in complete enjoyment.
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