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Zorro: Season 1
In this 1990s TV version of the popular legend, Don Diego de la Vega (Duncan Regehr) is a quiet nobleman who leads a double life as the masked crusader El Zorro. The gallant swordsman takes on the oppressive tyranny of Alcalde (Michael Tylo), the corrupt commandant of Los Angeles. Alcalde is deter...
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Zorro: Season 2
Nobleman Don Diego de la Vega's alter ego, the iconic masked swashbuckler El Zorro (Duncan Regehr), continues battling the crooked authority of the ruthless Alcalde (Michael Tylo) in the second season of this action-adventure series set on the pueblo in 19th-century California. André the Gi...
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Zorro: Season 3
His identity as Don Diego de la Vega still a secret, the masked crusader El Zorro (Duncan Regehr) discovers a new nemesis with the introduction of Alcalde Ignacio de Soto (J.G. Hertzler) -- who happens to be an acquaintance of Don Diego's from their university in Madrid. The Alcalde is determined ...
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Zorro: Season 4
Victoria (Patrice Martinez) comes closer than ever to discovering Don Diego de la Vega's alter ego as the swashbuckling El Zorro (Duncan Regehr), while Diego learns of Gilberto (James Horan), the brother he never knew he had, in the fourth season of this action-adventure series. Diego learns his n...
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