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The avenging swordsman of 1820s California defended the citizenry of Fortress de Los Angeles from a tyrannical commandant and made the sign of the Z on any who would cross him. The Disney series was preceded by numerous Hollywood Zorros (Douglas Fairbanks (more…)
Part 2 of 2: D'Artagnan's heir is there too, only he was careful enough to send a declining letter to stake the place first. Diego joins the 'three musketeers' and Picotin has uniforms ready for each. Diego is happily welcomed home by Felipe and Victoria.
Part 2 of 2: Don Diego is arrested, but escapes before Rosalinda De La Fuente's coach reaches the fortress. Zorro rides on and finds Victoria's youngest brother lurking around. Meanwhile the alcalde has his own secret agenda.
Protestant Daniel Nielson, who is fleeing religious persecution with his wife and son, becomes the first-ever client to actually claim a piece of Los Angeles via Alcalde Ramon's land office. However, Diego and Victoria warn them it is a barren wilderness.
Deputy Governor Frasquez is a day early carrying the order to capture Zorro, while the alcalde had not returned yet. He decides Mendoza is unfit as acting alcalde, and appoints Don Alejandro. Mendoza demands Zorro's capture or Alejandro will be in chains.