Tags: Zorro

Post: Zorro: The Complete Seasons 1 and 2

Silent star Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. is still the silver screen’s ultimate swashbuckling Zorro. Tyrone Powers ideally embodies the sly subterfuge of a man of iron turning on a dime from foppish languor to finely double-edged banter to masked derring-do. But Guy Williams, hero of Walt Disney’s popular 1950s television series, is the most beloved Zorro of all time.   Read more >

Review: The Legend of Zorro (2005)

D+ | | +1-1| Teens & Up

More precisely, it’s a “funny family action film” in the Fantastic Four mold — that is, a movie whose key qualification as kid entertainment is that it isn’t good enough for grown‑ups. Too bad. Our kids deserve better. For that matter, so do we.   Read more >

Review: The Mask of Zorro (1998)

A- | ***½ | +2| Teens & Up

Thrilling, heartbreaking, witty, romantic, and largely family-friendly, The Mask of Zorro is possibly the best swashbuckler of its decade, a film at once true to the spirit of the classic period actioners and also thoroughly of its own time.   Read more >

Review: Don Q Son of Zorro (1925)

A | **** | +0| Kids & Up*

Don Q Son of Zorro, named one of the year’s ten best films by The New York Times, actually outdoes its predecessor, with a stronger and more sophisticated plot, better pacing, more interesting and complex characterizations, grander production values and set design, and more consistent action.   Read more >

Review: The Mark of Zorro (1920)

A | **** | +2| Kids & Up*

You haven’t seen Zorro until you’ve seen Douglas Fairbanks Sr. as Zorro in the 1920 silent swashbuckling classic.   Read more >

Review: The Mark of Zorro (1940)

A- | ***½ | +2| Kids & Up*

Powers can’t match the original Zorro’s astonishing acrobatics and doesn’t try — but the rousing climactic duel against Basil Rathbone’s villainous Captain Esteban, one of the best swordfights ever filmed at that time, almost makes up for it.   Read more >

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