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The mark of Zorro

Author: John Taintor FooteGarrett FortBess MeredythRouben MamoulianTyrone PowerAll authors
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA : Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. : Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English : Special edView all editions and formats
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Don Diego Vega, from the sleepy colony of California, is a cadet at the royal military academy in Spain. His father, Don Alejandro, is alcalde of the Los Angeles region. Don Diego disdains California as boring and insufferably rustic; but returns obediently when called home. When he arrives, all is not as expected. His father no longer serves as alcalde; cruel, bumbling Don Luis Quintero has replaced him. The real  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Swashbuckler films
Western films
Action and adventure films
Fiction films
Film adaptations
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Taintor Foote; Garrett Fort; Bess Meredyth; Rouben Mamoulian; Tyrone Power; Linda Darnell; Basil Rathbone; Gale Sondergaard; Eugene Pallette; J Edward Bromberg; Montagu Love; Janet Beecher; Robert Lowery; Chris-Pin Martin; Alfred Newman; Johnston McCulley; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
OCLC Number: 61910857
Language Note: In English or dubbed Spanish with optional subtitles in English or Spanish; closed-captioned.
Notes: Based on the story "The curse of Capistrano" by Johnston McCulley.
Double-sided disc with colorized and original black-and-white versions.
Credits: Director of photography, Arthur Miller ; art direction, Richard Day, Joseph C. Wright ; costumes, Travis Banton ; editor, Robert Bischoff ; music, Alfred Newman.
Cast: Tyrone Power (Diego), Linda Darnell (Lolita Quintero), Basil Rathbone (Captain Esteban Pasquale), Gale Sondergaard (Inez Quintero), Eugene Pallette (Fray Felipe), J. Edward Bromberg (Don Luis Quintero), Montagu Love (Don Alejandro Vega), Janet Beecher (Senora Isabella Vega), Robert Lowery (Rodrigo), Chris-Pin Martin (Turnkey).
Event notes: Originally produced as a motion picture in 1940.
Target Audience: Canadian Home Video Rating: PG.
Description: 1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Region 1, NTSC; Dolby digital stereo, Dolby digital mono; full frame presentation, preserving the 1.33:1 aspect ratio of the original theatrical exhibition.
Contents: Side A: Colorized feature: Main titles --
California cockerel --
Trouble at home --
New government --
Puppy comes home --
Zorro --
Little talk --
Lolita's prayer --
After the fox --
Zorro strikes again --
Real Diego --
Mark of a madman --
Marriage offer --
Dinner with the Quinteros --
Dance with Diego --
Secret love --
Gonzales' mistake --
Under arrest --
Talk of throat cutting --
Champion --
Señor Zorro --
Diego's greatest trick --
Quintero's goodbye --
End titles ; (2005) (93 min.); Special features: Commentary by Richard Schickel [audio feature]. Side B (flipside): Black and white feature; Special features: Commentary by Richard Schickel [audio feature]; Biography: Tyrone Power: the last idol [documentary featurette] (1996) (45 min.); Studio Classics previews (22 min.).
Other Titles: Mark of Zorro (Motion picture : 1940)
Mark of Zorro (Motion picture : 1940).
Responsibility: Twentieth Century Fox presents ; screen play by John Taintor Foote ; adaptation by Garrett Fort and Bess Meredyth ; directed by Rouben Mamoulian.

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Don Diego Vega, from the sleepy colony of California, is a cadet at the royal military academy in Spain. His father, Don Alejandro, is alcalde of the Los Angeles region. Don Diego disdains California as boring and insufferably rustic; but returns obediently when called home. When he arrives, all is not as expected. His father no longer serves as alcalde; cruel, bumbling Don Luis Quintero has replaced him. The real power behind Quintero is Captain Esteban Pasquale, a sinister villain who commands the local Spanish garrison. While Diego's father and others fret and fume about the new alcalde, Diego plays the fop--effete, weak, and disinterested. He is so adept that no one will suspect him when he takes action against Quintero and Pasquale, as the mysterious, masked figure known as Zorro. Zorro challenges Quintero's corrupt rule and captures the hearts and imaginations of the peasant population, the old, loyal dons, and the heart of the mayor's niece, Lolita.

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