The New Zorro Episodes

1990, TV Show

Episodes: The New Zorro (89)

Big Brother
The Whistling Bandit
The Don's Dilemma
An Explosive Situation
Family Business
Zorro's Other Woman
The Sure Thing
All That Glitters
Deceptive Heart
Ghost Story
Honor Thy Father
Palomarez Returns
The Wizard
The Best Man
Child's Play
He Who Lives by the Sword
The Magician
The White Sheep of the Family
A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
Siege
A New Beginning
They Call Her Annie
Master and Pupil
Kidnapped
Sanctuary
The Unhappy Medium
The Falcon
Silk Purses and Sow's Ears
To Be a Man
A Woman Scorned
Broken Heart, Broken Mask
The Challenge
The Chase
Rush to Judgement
Turning the Tables
The Legend Begins
The Word
The Legend Begins
Pride of the Pueblo
Freedom of the Press
The Newcomers
The Legend Begins
Dirty Tricks
The Old Flame
Alejandro Rides Again
Wicked, Wicked Zorro
Miracle of the Pueblo
The Reward
The Fox and the Rabbit
Love Potion Number 9
Symbol of Hope
My Word Is My Bond
Death and Taxes
Conundrum
Armed and Dangerous
The New Broom
A Love Remembered
The Buccaneers
A New Lease on Love
The Man Who Cried Wolf
One for All
The Devil's Fortress
The Devil's Fortress
The Devil's Fortress
The Discovery
Like Father, Like Son
A Deal with the Devil
Test of Faith
It's a Wonderful Zorro
An Affair to Remember
Blind Man's Bluff
Dead Men Tell No Tales
Mendoza the Malevolent
One for All
The Arrival
Whereabouts
The Jeweled Sword
One Special Night
The Tease
The Legend Begins
Double Entendre
Balancing the Books
The Marked Man
Heir Apparent
The Bounty Hunters
Water
As Ye Sow
Rites of Passage
Ultimate Justice

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Premiered: January 05, 1990, on Family Channel
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Premise: More derring-do with the masked California avenger, filmed in (of all places) Spain and produced by a consortium of producers from Italy, France, Germany and the U.S. Henry Darrow, who took over the role of Zorro's father, Don Alejandro, in the second season, had played Zorro in the 1983 sitcom `Zorro and Son,' and would provide the Z-man's voice in a 1997 cartoon version.

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