Zorro

1957, TV Show

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Annette Funicello Dies at 70

Annette Funicello, the Beach Party star, singer and former teen icon who rose to fame on the original Mickey Mouse Club, died Monday. She was 70.

Funicello died from complications of multiple sclerosis and was taken off life support after being in a coma for years, her family told Extra. She was diagnosed with the disease in 1987.

Her death was first announced by the official Disney fan club Twitter page.

Born in upstate New York and raised in California, Funicello was discovered in ...
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Season 2, Episode 25
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.

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Free | Hulu Aired: 3/12/1959

Season 2, Episode 23
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.

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Free | Hulu Aired: 2/12/1959

Season 2, Episode 19
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.

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Free | Hulu Aired: 1/29/1959

Season 2, Episode 17
Judge Bernardo de la Paz is threatened because he is about to condemn Vincente Torres' brother to death. For safety, he sends his teen son Carlos for to the De La Vega hacienda. Now Carlos must be protected from both the gang and himself.

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Annette Funicello Dies at 70

Annette Funicello, the Beach Party star, singer and former teen icon who rose to fame on the original Mickey Mouse Club, died Monday. She was 70.

Funicello died from complications of multiple sclerosis and was taken off life support after being in a coma for years, her family told Extra. She was diagnosed with the disease in 1987.

Her death was first announced by the official Disney fan club Twitter page.

Born in upstate New York and raised in California, Funicello was discovered in ...
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I was a big Lost in Space fan ...

Question: I was a big Lost in Space fan as a kid. Watching reruns, I realized there was a big difference between the evil Dr. Smith from the first episodes and the funny Dr. Smith who came along later. What was the deal with that?


Answer: Elementary, you lugubrious lump... you pusillanimous pinhead! (Sorry, my inner Smith got the best of me there, Kevin.)

The simple answer is the one behind so many developments on your favorite shows, both old and new: ratings. As the story goes, actor Jonathan Harris, who played the no-good doctor, and the powers-that-be behind the show, one of many from legendary producer Irwin Allen, realized early on that the truly evil Dr. Smith would wear thin in no time. So although the character was merely sinister when the series launched on CBS in September 1965 — it was his sabotage that got read more

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Premiered: October 10, 1957, on ABC
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Premise: 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 and Tyrone Power, among them), and later versions starred Frank Langella (1974), George Hamilton (the 1981 comedy `Zorro the Gay Blade'), and Anthony Hopkins and Antonio Banderas (1998). Duncan Regehr starred in a 1990-93 cable series.

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