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Zorro: Season 1

4.4 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

The ruthless Alcalde (Michael Tylo) will stop at nothing to unmask his nemesis the master swordsman Zorro. No one is safe not even the beautiful tavern owner Victoria (Patrice Camhi) who finds herself framed for murder in the very first episode. But only the young deaf-mute servant Felipe (Juan Diego Botto) knows the truth -that the black-clad avenger is in reality Don Diego de la Vega (Duncan Regehr). Even Don Diego's father wealthy landowner Don Alejandro (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) doesn't suspect his mild scholarly son could possibly be the bold protector of the innocent known as Zorro! Season 1 sees Zorro thwart one dastardly scheme after another - from trumped up murder charges to monopolizing the water supply; illegal press gangs to enforced slavery; even a pair of matrimonial flimflams - and includes a special four-part origin episode entitled "The Legend Begins." DISC 1: Dead Men Tell No Tales / Deceptive Heart / Water / Double Entendre / The Best Man / The Sure Thing

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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.)
  • 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: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KKBJK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,515 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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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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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 in the well-beloved, family-friendly "Zorro: Season One." 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).

Additionally, his father Don Alejandro (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.) 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.

And in his guise as Zorro, he must deal with evil doppelgangers, water restrictions, family problems (including his future cousin-in-law), horse races, a stolen baby, a free black man who tries to box his way to freedom, a sinister magician, jewel thieves, a malevolent soldier, a fradulant medium, ghostly visitors and fake priests.

"Zorro: The Complete Season One" is a fun little show, crammed with unabashed swashbuckling, romance, touching moments, swordplay and comedic buttkicking.
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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
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A mixed review for this DVD set.

One of the first things I noticed was that the video was not cleaned up for the DVD release and no subtitles were added. Although this is somewhat disappointing, perhaps the distributors preferred to keep the cost down. Because of the intended audience, this may not have been a bad decision.

The stories are family friendly, but may move too slowly to engage younger audiences. The four-episode origin story was interesting, and some of the action and sword fighting scenes throughout the season were very well done. As with any good Zorro, he is charming, witty and very athletic. His steed Toronado / Tornado is a great looking and well-trained horse. It is enjoyable to watch all of the scenes with Toronado and Zorro looks very impressive when the horse rears up and Zorro holds his sword high.

On the other hand, the bumbling lancers and evil alcalde get old quickly and most of the stories (while entertaining) seem pretty much written to the same formula.

Zorro: The Complete Series is a better value than purchasing all four seasons individually (and appears to have some extras not included otherwise) and would be the best bet for loyal Zorro fans. If you just want an entertaining show to watch once in a while, you'd probably do better to just pick up the first season.
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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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