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The masked avenger, Zorro (Tyrone Power), leaves his mark on the corrupt government of Spanish California, a young woman's heart and on Hollywood's future action/adventure movies.
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This swashbuckling tale features numerous swordfights and gunplay, which sometimes result in death. In one case, blood is seen after a man is impaled in the chest. Other violent threats and acts are discussed more than depicted, although a man’s beaten body is shown. Sexual innuendo includes some flirtatious remarks made by a married woman to an unmarried man and a few religious terms (spoken in Spanish) are used as expletives.
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Video alternatives…Zorro has also graced the silver screen in the movies, The Mask of Zorro and The Legend of Zorro. Robin Hood is another hero who stole from the rich to give to the poor. For a comical look at the art of sword fighting, check out Danny Kaye in The Court Jester.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 18 October 2005
Fox Home Entertainment’s special edition of The Mark Of Zorro lets you watch the super swordsman cross blades with the nefarious Captain Esteban Pasquale in either the original black and white, or in a colorized version. Also included on the DVD are a commentary by film critic Richard Schickel and an episode of A&E Biography titled Tyrone Power: The Last Idol. Audio tracks and subtitles are available in English and Spanish.