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The Mark of Zorro and Don Q, son of Zorro

Author: Fred NibloEugene MillerElton ThomasDonald CrispJack CunninghamAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Kino International Corp., ©2002.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Double feature edView all editions and formats
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Mark of Zorro: Don Diego Vega is a comically effete young nobleman with a taste for tasseled sombreros and juvenile silk-hanky magic tricks. But when danger calls, Diego swathes himself in black, straps on a well-honed sword and storms the countryside as the mysterious Zorro, slicing his initial into the faces of the sentinals of oppression, pausing only to boldly romance the woman to whom his shy alter-ego can
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Genre/Form: Swashbuckler films
Western films
Action and adventure films
Silent films
Feature films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Niblo; Eugene Miller; Elton Thomas; Donald Crisp; Jack Cunningham; William McGann; Harry Thorpe; Henry Sharp; Edward M Langley; Bill Nolan; Jon C Mirsalis; Paul Burns, (Costume designer); Douglas Fairbanks; Marguerite De La Motte; Robert McKim; Noah Beery; Charles H Mailes; Clare McDowell; Snitz Edwards; Sydney de Grey; George Periolat; Walt Whitman; Tote Du Crow; Mary Astor; Jack McDonald; Stella DeLanti; Warner Oland; Jean Hersholt; Al McQuarrie; Lottie Pickford; Charles Stevens; Martha Franklin; Juliette Belanger; Roy Coulson; Enrique Acosta; Johnston McCulley; K Prichard; Hesketh Vernon Hesketh Prichard; Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Company.; Elton Corporation.; Kino International Corporation.
OCLC Number: 50564152
Language Note: Silent films with English intertitles and orchestral score.
Notes: Collective title from container.
Mark of Zorro based on the story The curse of Capistrano by Johnston McCulley.
Don Q, son of Zorro based on the novel Don Q's love story by K. and Hesketh Prichard.
Also issued as part of the box set: The Douglas Fairbanks collection.
Special features: "Home movies" of Fairbanks at work or play; Orson Welles introduces "The mark of Zorro"; "Fairbanks vs. Dempsey" excerpt from a Pathé newsreel; "Making life worthwhile" exerpt from Fairbank's book.
Credits: Mark of Zorro: Photographed by William McGann and Harry Thorpe ; art direction by Edward Langley ; original piano score composed and performed by Jon C. Mirsalis.
Don Q, son of Zorro: Photography by Henry Sharp ; master of wardrobe, Paul Burns ; film cutter, William Nolan ; original piano score composed and performed by Jon C. Mirsalis.
Cast: Mark of Zorro: Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de la Motte ; Robert McKim, Noah Beery, Charles Hill Mailes, Claire McDowell, Snitz Edwards, Sydney de Grey, George Periolat, Walt Whitman, Tote du Crow.
Don Q, son of Zorro: Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Astor, Jack McDonald, Donald Crisp, Stella DeLanti, Warner Oland, Jean Hersholt, Albert MacQuarrie, Lottie Pickford Forrest, Charles Stevens, Tote du Crow, Martha Franklin, Juliette Belanger, Roy Coulson, Enrique Acosta.
Description: 1 videodisc (218 min.) : col. tinted ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: The mark of Zorro / Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corporation ; directed by Fred Niblo ; screenplay by Eugene Miller & Elton Thomas (197 min., 1920) --
Don Q, son of Zorro / Elton Corporation ; direction by Donald Crisp ; photoplay by Jack Cunningham (111 min., 1925).
Other Titles: Mark of Zorro.
Don Q. son of Zorro.
Douglas Fairbanks collection.
Mark of Zorro (Motion picture : 1920)
Don Q, son of Zorro (Motion picture)

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Mark of Zorro: Don Diego Vega is a comically effete young nobleman with a taste for tasseled sombreros and juvenile silk-hanky magic tricks. But when danger calls, Diego swathes himself in black, straps on a well-honed sword and storms the countryside as the mysterious Zorro, slicing his initial into the faces of the sentinals of oppression, pausing only to boldly romance the woman to whom his shy alter-ego can hardly summon the courage to speak.

Don Q, son of Zorro: Don Cesar de Vega crosses swords with a viscious member of the queen's guard and steals the affection of a young heiress. When the officer frames the young upstart for murder, Don Cesar fakes his own death and retreats to the crumbling ruins of the family castle where he plots his vengeance.

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