Zorro Rides Again

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You may call me... Zorro

Zorro Rides Again is a 1937 12-chapter serial film about the California-Yucatan Railroad, being built for the good of Mexico, which is under siege by a gang of terrorists hoping to force its sale. Manuel Vega, aged co-owner, calls in the aid of his nephew James, great-grandson of the original Zorro.

Directed by William Witney and John English. Written by Franklin Adreon, Morgan Cox, Ronald Davidson, John Rathmell, and Barry Shipman.
ZORRO - Crack shot, super swordsman...known to few, his iron hand is felt by all who dare defy the law!

J.A. Marsden[edit]

  • Zorro, Zorro, Zorro. Can't you get rid of that man?


Joyce Andrews: Murdered! Brutally murdered by this fiend who calls himself El Lobo. He isn't human I tell you. An old man and a little boy - no employee of this company is safe!
Phillip Andrews: But sis...
Joyce Andrews: Oh, if there were only a man like your great-uncle Zorro, Don Manuel. He would know what to do with such as El Lobo.

Joyce Andrews: But what to do about it? Protest to the authorities and wait for El Lobo to choose to commit anothre outrage? Oh, I'm sorry, Don Manuel. I guess it's not knowing what to do about it.
Don Manuel Vega: There is something we can do. By signing the California and Yucatan Railroad over to Marsden and allowing him to finish construction of it, I believe El Lobo's raids will be stopped.
Phillip Andrews: But the railroad in Marsden's hands would be ruinous to Mexico.
Don Manuel Vega: Exactly! The welfare of thousands of people depend on our construction of the railroad. No, we will not sell.

Don Manuel Vega: I will be eternally indebted to you, Senor. Who are you?
James Vega: You may call me... Zorro.
Joyce Andrews: Zorro? But Zorro...
James Vega: Yes, senorita, Zorro has been dead these many years - but the spirit of Zorro will never die.


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