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|Named Person:||Zorro, (Fictitious character)|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas Fairbanks; Marguerite De La Motte; Noah Beery; Belle Bennett; Mary Astor; Jack McDonald; Fred Niblo; Allan Dwan; Donald Crisp; St. Clair Vision (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from container.
Mark of Zorro (97 min.) originally released as a motion picture in 1920. Iron Mask (100 min.) originally released as a motion picture in 1929. Don Q: Son of Zorro (111 min.) originally released as a motion picture in 1925.
Bonus feature: Radio bonus -- The Legend of Zorro (11 min.).
|Credits:||Mark of Zorro. Directed by Fred Niblo.
Iron Mask. Directed by Allan Dwan.
Don Q. Directed by Donald Crisp.
|Cast:||Mark of Zorro. Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de la Motte, Noah Beery.
Iron Mask. Douglas Fairbanks, Belle Bennett, Marguerite de la Motte.
Don Q. Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Astor, Jack McDonald.
|Description:||1 videodisc (308 min.) : si., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, Dolby Digital, all regions.|
|Contents:||Mark of Zorro --
Iron Mask --
Don Q: Son of Zorro.
|Series Title:||Landmarks of cinema.|
|Responsibility:||St. Clair Vision.|
Iron mask. "Imprisoned for decades, the man behind the mask is about to be revealed. Just who is the mysterious and dangerous aristocat? As rumors swirl, the Three Musketeer are called into action." -- Container.
Don Q: son of Zorro. "Douglas Fairbanks is Don Cesar de Vega, son of Zorro. In Spain for his education, he meets Don Sebastian of Queens Guard and what starts as a friendship soon turns into a bitter rivalry accentuated by swordplay, a love triangle, and Vega being framed for murder." -- Container.