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Zorro (Franchise)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_3'); })Zorro is a mysterious black-clad rider who fights injustice in Spanish California.The sleepy pueblo of Reina de Los Angeles could be Paradise. The weather is sunny, the señoritas are pretty, the caballeros are handsome, and the land is rich with promise. But alas! The new governor is a tyrant who oppresses the natives, overtaxes the peasants, and seeks to rob the proud, upstart hidalgos of their lands and wealth to give to himself and his cronies. He has the army firmly under his control, and has placed corrupt officers to enforce his will upon the people.But there is one man who the governor cannot stop, one man who rises up to fight for justice, who inspires the people to resist and take control of their own destinies. That man is Señor Zorro, The Fox, whose cunning is legend, whose swordsmanship is unsurpassed, whose black-clad, masked form slips in and out of the night like a ghost. You may know him by the ragged letter "Z" he carves into the cheeks of wicked men who have lost duels to him, and leaves at the scene of his adventures. He discomforts the powerful and corrupt, and helps the poor and oppressed. Truly, this Zorro is a hero!Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_2'); })But who is this mysterious Zorro behind his mask? Well, it is certain that it cannot be Don Diego (de la) Vega, even though Don Diego is certainly the right age and of good family. For Don Diego is a useless fop who reads poetry, disdains violence and any form of sweat-inducing activity, and sniffs a perfumed handkerchief when in the presence of his lessers. No, it cannot be he.Or can it?Zorro was first created by Johnston McCulley for the novel The Curse of Capistrano serialized in All-Story Weekly Magazine in 1919. The Swashbuckling story was complete in itself, closing off much room for sequels. Douglas Fairbanks Senior read the novel, loved it, and convinced his studio to buy the rights so he could star in a movie adaptation, The Mark of Zorro (1920). It was a huge success, inspiring McCulley to write a sequel, The Further Adventures of Zorro, and a total of sixty Zorro stories altogether, ending with The Mask of Zorro, printed posthumously in 1959.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_1'); })There have been many Zorro movies (notably the 1920 Silent Swashbuckler The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks and its 1940 20th Century Fox sound re-make with Tyrone Power), at least six television series (three of them animated), a couple live-action ones, some professional Fan Fic novels by other authors reinterpreting the character, one Hispanic Soap Opera ("Zorro: La Espada y la Rosa") based on one of these novels (the one written by Isabel Allende, if you wonder), a few Comic Book adaptations (one of the most notable was drawn by Alex Toth), and even an Anime series (Kaiketsu Zorro). There were two films in 1998 (The Mask of Zorro) and 2005 (The Legend of Zorro) with Anthony Hopkins as the aging hero, Antonio Banderas as his protege and heir and Catherine Zeta-Jones as Hopkins' daughter and Banderas' Action Girlfriend.Think The Scarlet Pimpernel moved to California.Perhaps the most iconic Proto-Superhero of all, Zorro has inspired many other heroes, such as Batman (it's canon within Batman's own continuity!) and Roronoa Zoro of One Piece.
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Hotter and Sexier
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Hotter and Sexier: The Hispanic Soap Opera and the Isabel Allende book.
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Stop, or I Shoot Myself!
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Stop, or I Shoot Myself!: Doña Lolita, the heroine of the original Zorro novel, does this with a dagger forcing the Alcalde's guards to let her escape.
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Fat Idiot
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Fat Idiot: More often than not, Sergeant Garcia is portrayed as this.
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Gratuitous Spanish
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Gratuitous Spanish: Any English-language adaptation is likely to be full of this. The 1990 series takes it a step further by referring to the evil mayor as the "alcalde" and the town the series takes place in as the "pueblo".
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Master Swordsman
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Master Swordsman: Obviously.
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Tall, Dark, and Handsome
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Tall, Dark, and Handsome: Zorro himself.
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Calling Card
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Calling Card: Zorro's trademark "Z".
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Stripperiffic
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Stripperiffic: Lady Rawhide from the Topps Comics series.
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Alternate Company Equivalent
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Alternate Company Equivalent: Batman. In addition to the basic similarities, some stories have established that the movie the Waynes went to see on the night they were murdered was... The Mark of Zorro. In the 1990 series (starring Duncan Regehr), Adam West makes an appearance as "Dr. Henry Wayne", who is astounded at the idea of riding out from a cave under the mansion to fight crime!
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: The DIC series was set in and around the town of El Pueblo. Yes, the town of "The Town". "Zorro" is Spanish for "fox", which is mentioned in the opening theme of the 1950's TV series.
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Guile Hero
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Guile Hero: He calls himself "Mr. Fox" for a reason, you know...
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The Bad Guy Wins
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"A Prelude To the Collapse" introduced an enforcer for the South India Trading Company named Death who was quite possibly Zorro's most powerful opponent in any incarnation. Originally sent in to bring Kapital back to Spain, he found himself fighting Zorro in a dispute over Kapital's notebook. After leaving Zorro in critical condition, the South India Trading Company inspector pretty much got to sail off into the sunset with Kapital, though he did show himself to be somewhat of a Noble Demon, promising Zorro that the South India Trading Company would never harass California again(while in the Japanese version with English subtitles, he promises Zorro that Kapital would be put on trial and made to pay for his crimes, in addition to encouraging Zorro to continue to fight for peace and justice).
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Fight Dracula
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Fight Dracula: Zorro clashes within the Dracula vs. Zorro mini-series from Topps Comics.
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Even Evil Has Standards
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Even Evil Has Standards: In the 1940 movie, Diego Vega comments on a sergeant's big bullwhip, saying that he commiserates his poor horse. The sergeant is shocked and reassures him: He would never whip his dear horse, the whip is just for peones who don't cough up their taxes quickly enough. In the anime adaptation Raymund clamps down on Gabriel's obsession for Lolita as soon as he's made aware that he broke an arsonist out of jail to blackmail her into marrying him and then kidnapped her, all but stating the only reason he's not having him tried and executed is that the entire garrison (including him) would be dishonoured if that got out. He's also quick to stop anyone whose thefts prevent someone from paying their taxes, and conveniently ignores that one of those people is paying them with money Zorro stole in his presence from the thief.
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Pirate Girl
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Pirate Girl: Scarlet Fever from the second Lady Rawhide miniseries from Topps Comics. As well as Lucia the Pirate from the Filmation cartoon.
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Minion with an F in Evil
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Minion with an F in Evil: Sergeant Garcia, at his most sympathetic. On his defense, he never is truly evil, he just follows his superior's orders. When the evil governor isn't around and the town is under García's control, life is much easier for everyone. On one occasion he even dresses as Zorro to try to free some unjust prisoners from his own jail!
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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"Tears of Clown" introduced a magician named Black with a magical pendant that gave him both telekinetic and hypnotic powers. Black's magical powers proved potent enough that with the help of his pendant, he was able to inflict a serious psychic beatdown on Zorro, throwing him all over the place. After that curbstomp, Black nearly unmasked Zorro but thanks to a distraction by his allies, Zorro regained his Heroic Second Wind and turned the tables on Black.
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Rearing Horse
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Rearing Horse: The classic victory pose for Zorro is his black horse rearing up while Zorro thrusts his sword in the air.
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Public Domain Character
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Public Domain Character: It's complicated. With 1919 being the year of the character's first publication, he is public domain in the US, but Zorro Productions Inc. claims to "control the worldwide trademarks and copyrights in the name visual likeness and the character of Zorro." While this isn't strictly true, Zorro Productions Inc. has litigated in spite of court decisions and disputed and even disregarded rulings that the character is in the public domain. In other words, while there's no copyright (at least in the US or Canada), they will still likely sue people for using the character. It's all enough of a headache to navigate that in at least one instance of change-through-homage, Nintendo made the female Mexican sniper "The Fox" in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. as a vaguely defined daughter of Zorro instead of just using the man himself. The character of Zorro is public domain in Canada for a different reason—in that country, the standard copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years. Since Johnston McCulley died in 1958, Zorro and all other characters in the literary series became PD in that country in 2009. However, Zorro is still under copyright in the EU and Australia. Both entities changed to "life plus 70 years" terms within 50 years of McCulley's death.
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Clothes Make the Legend
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Clothes Make the Legend: Even the parody Zorro: The Gay Blade just changed the color of the costume.
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Story Arc
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Story Arc: Disney's Zorro is especially notable for being a show that used arcs in the 1950s, when most other television was strictly episodic.
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You Fight Like a Cow
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You Fight Like a Cow: Usually against lesser opponents. You can tell when an opponent is actually challenging Zorro, because he is too busy to quip.
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Acrofatic
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Acrofatic: Sergeant Garcia is often portrayed as this, being surprisingly agile and an accomplished swordsman despite his build.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Poor Sergeant Garcia... Corporal Reyes takes this a step further, being Garcia's personal butt monkey.
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Scenery Porn
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Scenery Porn: While every set of Spanish California in every incarnation may qualify, the one for the Disney TV series is arguably the most prominent.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: The final shot of the original 1920 The Mark Of Zorro has Don Diego and his Love Interest smooching behind a kerchief. While their faces are concealed, the woman's hands flutter and contort in a way that suggests it's much more than a modest peck on the cheek...
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Weredragon
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Weredragon: In the Once Upon a Time multiverse, the local Zorro was capable of shapeshifting into a dragon. In this form, he fathered a child on a similarly transformed Maleficent.
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President Evil
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President Evil: The evil governor of California.
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Utility Belt
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Utility Belt: Albeit an example that doesn't involve an actual belt. On most occasions, Zorro is armed — at minimum — with a sword, a knife, a pistol, a bolo, a lariat, and a set of lock-picking equipment. He often also carries a rope and graple-hook. Sometimes he'll have even more weapons and equipment than that. In the pulp stories, Zorro has a pistol as a backup weapon, but with the technology limitations of the time, seldom relies on it.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: In his first appearance Zorro wore a sombrero and a poncho, his mask covered his whole face and he used a saber instead of a rapier but mainly threatened people with a pistol.
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The Dragon
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In the anime adaptation Raymund clamps down on Gabriel's obsession for Lolita as soon as he's made aware that he broke an arsonist out of jail to blackmail her into marrying him and then kidnapped her, all but stating the only reason he's not having him tried and executed is that the entire garrison (including him) would be dishonoured if that got out. He's also quick to stop anyone whose thefts prevent someone from paying their taxes, and conveniently ignores that one of those people is paying them with money Zorro stole in his presence from the thief.
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Pop-Cultural Osmosis
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Popcultural Osmosis
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil: Very obviously.
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Powder Trail
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Powder Trail
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_5cfa64d0
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Dashing Hispanic
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_5cfa64d0
comment
Dashing Hispanic: Zorro himself, and some of his enemies, especially The Dragon of any given story.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_5cfa64d0
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_5d310fb8
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Sword Fight
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_5d310fb8
comment
Sword Fight: Every Zorro story has at least one.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_5fcedca
type
Big Eater
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_5fcedca
comment
Big Eater: Sergeant Garcia usually is portrayed as one. Y'know, because he's fat.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_5fcedca
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_60b21fa3
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The Lancer
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_60b21fa3
comment
The Lancer: Corporal Reyes to Sergeant Garcia. Bonus points because because he actually is one of the lancers (a type of soldier) who answer to Sergeant Garcia.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_60b21fa3
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_60fa92ac
type
Names to Run Away from Really Fast
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_60fa92ac
comment
Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Zorro meaning "fox".
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_617f0563
type
Heel–Face Turn
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_617f0563
comment
Heel–Face Turn: Used nigh-literally at the end of Zorro, the Gay Blade: The entire town has revolted, and the bad guys are reduced to the governor, his wife, and a single squad of soldiers protecting them from the surrounding mob. The captain of the squad, seeing which way the wind is blowing, orders, "About FACE!"... and the soldiers are now pointing their guns at the governor. (They thus turned on their heels for an about-face turn.)
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_617f0563
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_634d6df8
type
Badass Native
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_634d6df8
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Badass Native: The Native American warrior Moonstalker in the Topps comic book. Zorro himself is often portrayed as part Native American.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_634d6df8
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_637313ef
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Instant Knots
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_637313ef
comment
Instant Knots: Used in conjunction with Whip It Good.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_65331274
type
Flynning
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_65331274
comment
Flynning: In (almost) every film, stage, and TV version. Averted in the 1940 remake The Mark of Zorro — Tyrone Power and Basil Rathbone were both highly skilled fencers and it shows.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6a47a1e2
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Knight of Cerebus
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6a47a1e2
comment
Knight of Cerebus: While for the most part Zorro is able to claim victory and carve a "Z" in most of his opponents, there are a few villains who have been able to give Zorro some serious trouble and take things up to a darker and more serious tone in the Kaiketsu Zorro anime. The episode "Killer Guitar" introduced Sabat, an assassin and a sniper who hid his rifle inside his guitar. His episode marked the first time a villain actually killed another character on-screen(a newspaper guy who had been writing against the army). Sabat also came close to killing Zorro but fortunately, Zorro was prepared and blocked the bullet with armor. Sabat was also the only one-shot villain whose legacy lasted beyond a single episode as his brother would come back for revenge against Zorro in a later episode. Zig-zagged with the guitar killer's brother, Sodom. In terms of pure villainy, he took it a step further than most other villains, being smart enough to figure out Zorro's identity after hypnotizing the entire town until he found out Diego was the man behind the mask from Bernardo and attempting to murder Diego's family. However, when it came to actual fighting prowess, Sabat's brother ended up faring no better than most of the other One-Shot villains and was defeated by Zorro in short order. "Tears of Clown" introduced a magician named Black with a magical pendant that gave him both telekinetic and hypnotic powers. Black's magical powers proved potent enough that with the help of his pendant, he was able to inflict a serious psychic beatdown on Zorro, throwing him all over the place. After that curbstomp, Black nearly unmasked Zorro but thanks to a distraction by his allies, Zorro regained his Heroic Second Wind and turned the tables on Black. "The Order To Kill Zorro" introduced Teo Angelo, a former schoolmate of Diego's and the man who taught Zorro everything he knew about fencing. After falling from grace and deciding that one needed to have money in order to be powerful, Teo took on an assignment to kill Zorro, his former friend and pupil and was able to defeat Zorro in the two fights they had, making him the only opponent in the series who was able to out-fence Zorro completely. "A Prelude To the Collapse" introduced an enforcer for the South India Trading Company named Death who was quite possibly Zorro's most powerful opponent in any incarnation. Originally sent in to bring Kapital back to Spain, he found himself fighting Zorro in a dispute over Kapital's notebook. After leaving Zorro in critical condition, the South India Trading Company inspector pretty much got to sail off into the sunset with Kapital, though he did show himself to be somewhat of a Noble Demon, promising Zorro that the South India Trading Company would never harass California again(while in the Japanese version with English subtitles, he promises Zorro that Kapital would be put on trial and made to pay for his crimes, in addition to encouraging Zorro to continue to fight for peace and justice). Epically Subverted in "The Sword from Japan": the episode revolves around a katana, believed to be able to cut through another sword and kill the man wielding it, and the three-way fight between the soldiers supposed to deliver it to the governor (Raymund had bought it as a gift for the governor), a group of bandits that want its incredible cutting power, and Zorro, who aims to keep it out of from anyone who could use it for evil, but when the bandit leader gets his hands on it and attacks Zorro is discovered it was a ''bamboo fake'' Beyond epically subverted with Anti-Climax Boss and the Big Bad of the series, Commander Raymond himself. Even though he was THE main villain of the series and the final opponent Zorro faced, he doesn't really last much longer than most of the other One-Shot villains who fought against Zorro and got cut down. In the final battle of the series, he attacks Zorro but only fares for a few seconds before Zorro kills him for good.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6a643799
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Expressive Mask
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Expressive Mask: In the comic book versions.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6b7668fa
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Rich Idiot with No Day Job
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comment
Rich Idiot with No Day Job: Most people that know Don Diego think he's this.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6bd689ca
type
Meaningful Echo
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Meaningful Echo: In the 1940 movie: "to raise fat children and watch the vineyards grow" accompanied by the hurling of the sword so it sticks in a beam in the ceiling.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6dec2f19
type
Swiss Army Weapon
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_6dec2f19
comment
Swiss Army Weapon: Lucien Machete's Hook Hand in the Topps comic.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_6dec2f19
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_70d2bc73
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Antagonistic Governor
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_70d2bc73
comment
Antagonistic Governor: The Governor of California. A rich and powerful tyrant that Zorro squares off with time and time again.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_71a223fc
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Up to Eleven
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_71a223fc
comment
Corporal Reyes takes this a step further, being Garcia's personal butt monkey.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_71d1ee83
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Coat, Hat, Mask
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_71d1ee83
comment
Coat, Hat, Mask: A classic example.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_79a6da05
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Whip It Good
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_79a6da05
comment
Whip It Good: In addition to his sword, Zorro usually also carries a bullwhip which he's nearly as good with. He can even use it for a short Building Swing. This is also the character's main weapon in Zorro: The Gay Blade, he uses it even while engraving the "Z" mark.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7a87fa80
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Animal-Themed Superbeing
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7a87fa80
comment
Animal-Themed Superbeing: Zorro is Spanish for fox. He would be type II in that he has no animal-based powers, weapons, or even an animalistic costume but he does assume the name of an animal.
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Dating Catwoman
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7d163c9c
comment
Dating Catwoman: Zorro and Lady Rawhide in the Topps comic series.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7d7a7d0f
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Opening Narration
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Opening Narration: From the Filmation animated series.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7ea1e7c9
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Badass Mustache
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comment
Badass Mustache: Zorro usually is portrayed with one.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7fd86888
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Mountain Man
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_7fd86888
comment
Mountain Man: Joe Crane from the Disney TV series.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_878d235d
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Couldn't Find a Lighter
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_878d235d
comment
Zorro the Gay Blade also parodied this by having Diego slash at a candle, apparently missing, but as soon as the Aldante turns his back Diego picks up the severed candle and uses it to light his cigarette before discreetly putting it back.
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Villain with Good Publicity
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comment
Villain with Good Publicity: Zig-zagged with Commander Raymond in the Kaiketsu Zorro anime. The Spanish army and its commander were clearly hated by the populace but Raymond proved adept at manipulating public opinion, always positioning himself at the right time and place to make himself look more generous than he really was. A notable instance was where Zorro had implicated the army and a corrupt merchant named Diaz in stealing grain from the people. As soon as he was exposed, Raymond acted quickly, shooting Diaz and then promising the people that they could have their grain back while allowing Zorro to leave unharmed as a gesture of good will for "helping" the army uncover Diaz's corruption, thereby avoiding an angry riot and looking like a Reasonable Authority Figure. So while Raymond didn't have a one hundred percent approval rating, he was still smart enough to know how to make himself look reasonable enough in the public eye to avoid outright rioting.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_88c6e936
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Masquerade Ball
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Masquerade Ball: Always a great place to hide a masked man.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_8a3f1377
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Stab the Sky
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_8a3f1377
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Stab the Sky: When his horse rears.
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Swashbuckler
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_8a6284d1
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Swashbuckler
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_91c001
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Cute Mute
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_91c001
comment
Cute Mute: Diego's servant, Bernardo.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_9657fe0f
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Transformation Sequence
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_9657fe0f
comment
Transformation Sequence: The Kaiketsu Zorro anime had one. Technically, it was just Diego putting on his costume really fast, kind of like Tuxedo Mask. The Filmation version also had one.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_96e967f8
type
Anti-Climax Boss
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_96e967f8
comment
Beyond epically subverted with Anti-Climax Boss and the Big Bad of the series, Commander Raymond himself. Even though he was THE main villain of the series and the final opponent Zorro faced, he doesn't really last much longer than most of the other One-Shot villains who fought against Zorro and got cut down. In the final battle of the series, he attacks Zorro but only fares for a few seconds before Zorro kills him for good.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_98e572cc
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Costume Drama
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comment
Costume Drama: Penchants for fashion in (Imperial Spanish) Los Angeles are Older Than They Think.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_9f970427
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Secret Keeper
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_9f970427
comment
Secret Keeper: Many, depending on the story. Most often, Don Diego's mute manservant Bernardo.
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Overly Long Gag
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_a188ac4b
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This is also the character's main weapon in Zorro: The Gay Blade, he uses it even while engraving the "Z" mark.
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Canon Discontinuity
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comment
Canon Discontinuity: At the end of "The Curse of Capistrano", the main villain is dead, and Zorro publicly unmasked, revealing his identity to everyone. By the third book, neither of those events had ever happened.
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Cool Horse
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comment
Cool Horse: Tornado
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Animated Adaptation
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Animated Adaptation: The New Adventures of Zorro, a 1981 series from Filmation and Tokyo Movie Shinsha (now known as TMS Entertainment), and The New Adventures of Zorro (1997), a 1997 series from Warner Bros. A 1996 Japanese anime complete with Transformation Sequence and a theme song by Masaki Endo. Observe. Also worth mentioning is the 20 Minutes into the Future adaptation Zorro: Generation Z. There's also Zorro: The Chronicles, the first CGI-animated series in the franchise.
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Obfuscating Stupidity
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_a7aef9ff
comment
Obfuscating Stupidity: Except in the Disney version, where Don Diego is an open crusader for justice, but supposedly inept at combat instead.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_aa07ca54
type
Obfuscating Disability
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_aa07ca54
comment
Obfuscating Disability: Bernardo is mute, but often pretends to be deaf as well.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ae8038f1
type
Collective Identity
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ae8038f1
comment
Collective Identity: In some of the novels, Bernardo also wears the Zorro costume in order to distract and mislead pursuers. Bernardo has also been known to play the part of Zorro to divert suspicion from Diego while he has an alibi (such as being imprisoned or questioned on suspicion of being Zorro). Zorro's friend and sometimes love interest/accomplice Lolita Pulido has also donned the mask. In Isabel Allende's novel Diego has a second Zorro outfit and sword made for Bernardo to throw villains for a loop, and Isabel de Romeu butts in with Bernardo's Zorro costume when the villain is smart enough to have both Diego imprisoned and his men keep an eye on Bernardo in case he donned the Zorro outfit. The epilogue makes clear that in the end Diego is the main Zorro, but both Bernardo and Isabel would wear his costume if needed and can kick just as much ass as him. In Zorro, the Gay Blade, Don Diego and his brother Ramon both are Zorro. The brothers' father was too, although he's deceased at the time of the movie. In The Mask of Zorro, Anthony Hopkins plays the original Zorro (Don Diego de la Vega) and Antonio Banderas is his trainee and later son-in-law, Alejandro. In the 1997 animated series Diego de la Vega was not the first Zorro, but the original was unknown and shrowded in legend. The brief TV Series Zorro and Son was actually about an older Don Diego training his son, Don Carlos, to take his place. In one of the animated series episodes a soldier is about to be executed upon suspicion of being Zorro, when Zorro himself intervenes and frees him. The soldier in gratitude also assumes the identity of Zorro in another part of old California, so in this continuity there ends up being two Zorros at work in different places, thus reinforcing the secret identity of both.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_b1b865f7
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Royal Rapier
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_b1b865f7
comment
Royal Rapier: His signature weapon in adaptations (he used a cavalry sword in the original novel), along with a whip.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_b1b865f7
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_b343fa47
type
Feudal Overlord
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_b343fa47
comment
Feudal Overlord: Even though the setting of the story is in colonial rather than medieval times, the villains often fit this trope.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_b343fa47
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_b343fa47
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bb067aba
type
Cool Mask
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bb067aba
comment
Cool Mask: And how.
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_bb067aba
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Horseback Heroism
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bb9e2f4a
comment
Horseback Heroism
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_bb9e2f4a
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc281366
type
Costume Copycat
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc281366
comment
Costume Copycat: One of the hazards of having a Secret Identity. Although Zorro himself has used it for his benefit...
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc281366
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc281366
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc74ef27
type
Berserk Button
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc74ef27
comment
Berserk Button: Hinting that Senorita Lolita (heroine and love interest in the original novel) has morals that are at all questionable is a good way to get your ass kicked by El Zorro.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc74ef27
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_bc74ef27
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bf414570
type
Cunning Like a Fox
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_bf414570
comment
Cunning Like a Fox: The 1950's TV series theme song mentions "Zorro, the fox so cunning and free...", which is especially meaningful since "zorro" is Spanish for "fox".
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_bf414570
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c25bfd17
type
Hook Hand
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c25bfd17
comment
Hook Hand: Lucien Machete in the Topps comic.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c25bfd17
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_c25bfd17
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c335b9ec
type
Irony
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c335b9ec
comment
Irony: The 1940 and 1974 versions of The Mark of Zorro and 1981's Zorro, the Gay Blade were produced by 20th Century Fox, and Zorro is Spanish for "fox".
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c335b9ec
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_c335b9ec
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c5249c79
type
Nice Hat
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_c5249c79
comment
Nice Hat: Zorro's iconic black Cordobés.
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1.0
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Legacy Character
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comment
Legacy Character: Several of the adaptations have featured Zorro's descendants or an unrelated person taking up the sword to fight for justice.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_cc7fae30
type
Outside-Context Problem
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_cc7fae30
comment
Outside-Context Problem: The comic book "Zorro: Swords of Hell" sets Zorro against a Zombie Apocalypse.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_cc7fae30
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_cdee850f
type
Dancing Is Serious Business
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_cdee850f
comment
Dancing Is Serious Business: Both in The Mark of Zorro (1940) and The Mask of Zorro.
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Proto-Superhero
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Proto-Superhero
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Non-Powered Costumed Hero
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comment
Non-Powered Costumed Hero: One of the earliest "superheroes".
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_d5522f3a
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type
Race Lift
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_d7c3ba61
comment
Race Lift: In the original stories and movies, Don Diego is a pure-blood Spaniard. Isabel Allende's novel makes him half-Native American on his mother's side and his grandmother is a wise-woman who says his spirit guide is the fox.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_d7c3ba61
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_d7c3ba61
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type
Elaborate Underground Base
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comment
Elaborate Underground Base: In the comics written by Don McGregor (for Topps and Dynamite), Zorro has an elaborate underground base that rivals the Batcave.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_daef39ee
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_daef39ee
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_db3b401e
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Cattle Punk
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comment
Cattle Punk: The 2005 movie.
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_dc0ca62a
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Public Execution
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comment
Public Execution: Two of these are attempted in Zorro's Fighting Legion, one by firing squad, and the other by hanging. The Legion manages to save both potential victims.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_dc0ca62a
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_dc0ca62a
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_dca70c44
type
Reasonable Authority Figure
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_dca70c44
comment
Reasonable Authority Figure: Sergeant Garcia, full stop. Once the horrible Captain Monasterio is defeated, Garcia takes his place and things immediately become way nicer than before. It's too good to last, as The Eagle soon arrives...
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_df33a778
type
For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_df33a778
comment
For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself: Used in The Gay Blade.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_df33a778
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_e2ccee25
type
Animal Motifs
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comment
Animal Motifs: In name only, while his name means "fox" he never utilizes foxes visually.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_e2ccee25
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1.0
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_e2ccee25
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_e5421161
type
Expy
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_e5421161
comment
Expy: Eugene Palette's "Fray Felipe" in the Tyrone Power version is suspiciously similar to his Friar Tuck in The Adventures of Robin Hood.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_e5421161
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_e5421161
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_e61d9a3c
type
Clothing Damage
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comment
Clothing Damage: A favorite trick of Zorro's, especially in the television series, where carving the flesh of his opponents would have violated broadcast standards. Or, in the case of the movie with Catherine Zeta-Jones, pure Fanservice.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_e61d9a3c
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ed7b2907
type
Folk Hero
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ed7b2907
comment
Folk Hero: He's an iconic character for Latin America. Without a doubt, Zorro is the best-known fictional Hispanic hero in the World.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ed7b2907
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_ed7b2907
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Building Swing
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ee4bf6e5
comment
In addition to his sword, Zorro usually also carries a bullwhip which he's nearly as good with. He can even use it for a short Building Swing.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ee4bf6e5
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 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f1d7b320
type
Crazy Survivalist
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f1d7b320
comment
Crazy Survivalist: Buck Wylde from the Topps comic book series.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f1d7b320
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_f1d7b320
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20 Minutes into the Future
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f32d85ab
comment
Also worth mentioning is the 20 Minutes into the Future adaptation Zorro: Generation Z.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f32d85ab
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_f32d85ab
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f9c17447
type
The Remnant
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f9c17447
comment
The Remnant: Colonel Augustus Barton and his renegede Confederate bushwhackers in The Lone Ranger and Zorro: The Death of Zorro from Dynamite Comics.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_f9c17447
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1.0
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_f9c17447
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_fb72ee2e
type
Swallow the Key
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_fb72ee2e
comment
Swallow the Key: The television series with Duncan Regehr twisted this — at the end of one episode, he chained up the alcade in the town square and forced the alcade to swallow the key.
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_fb72ee2e
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1.0
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_fb72ee2e
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_fc7c4f92
type
Canon Immigrant
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_fc7c4f92
comment
Canon Immigrant: The Zorro we know with his small hat, cowl and preference for using a sword is from the Douglas Fairbanks 1920 film and the pulp series was changed to reflect it.
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Zorro (Franchise) / int_fc7c4f92
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ff75a56b
type
Hunter Trapper
 Zorro (Franchise) / int_ff75a56b
comment
Hunter Trapper: Buck Wylde from the Topps comic book series.
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 Literature: The Scarlet Pimpernel
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Acrofatic / int_370f6f37
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Adaptation Overdosed / int_370f6f37
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And Knowing Is Half the Battle / int_370f6f37
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Animal-Themed Superbeing / int_370f6f37
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Antagonistic Governor / int_370f6f37
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Arc Villain / int_370f6f37
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Aristocrats Are Evil / int_370f6f37
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Ascended Fanboy / int_370f6f37
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Audience-Coloring Adaptation / int_370f6f37
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Awesome Anachronistic Apparel / int_370f6f37
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Bad Habits / int_370f6f37
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Badass Native / int_370f6f37
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Badass Preacher / int_370f6f37
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Bear Trap / int_370f6f37
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Brought to You by the Letter / int_370f6f37
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Calling Card / int_370f6f37
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Camp Gay / int_370f6f37
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Captain Ersatz / int_370f6f37
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Carrying the Antidote / int_370f6f37
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Clark Kenting / int_370f6f37
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Coat, Hat, Mask / int_370f6f37
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Collective Identity / int_370f6f37
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Confessional / int_370f6f37
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Confronting Your Imposter / int_370f6f37
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Cool Garage / int_3653313a
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Cool Mask / int_370f6f37
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Costume Copycat / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Costumed Nonsuper Hero / int_3653313a
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Criminal Amnesiac / int_370f6f37
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Cunning Like a Fox / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Dancing Is Serious Business / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Dashing Hispanic / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Death by Secret Identity / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Domino Mask / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Dumb Struck / int_370f6f37
 Dynamite Comics
seeAlso
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hasFeature
Elaborate Underground Base / int_370f6f37
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Eyepatch of Power / int_370f6f37
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Faked Rip Van Winkle / int_370f6f37
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Feudal Overlord / int_3653313a
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Fight Dracula / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Gay Cowboy / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Gratuitous Ninja / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
He Who Must Not Be Heard / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hook Hand / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Horseback Heroism / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hotter and Sexier / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hunter Trapper / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
Iconic Item / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
In the Back / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
Instant Knots / int_370f6f37
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Interpretative Character / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just a Stupid Accent / int_370f6f37
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Just Like Robin Hood / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Katanas Are Just Better / int_370f6f37
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Licking the Blade / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loves My Alter Ego / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
Magical Native American / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
Mainstream Obscurity / int_370f6f37
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Mark of Shame / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
Master Swordsman / int_370f6f37
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Mating Dance / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
National Animal Stereotypes / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Powered Costumed Hero / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not So Above It All / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Mario Limit / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Powder Trail / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Proto-Superhero / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Public Domain Character / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Public Execution / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rearing Horse / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
hasFeature
Retired Badass / int_370f6f37
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hasFeature
Retired Badass Roundup / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Rich Idiot with No Day Job / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Rise from Your Grave / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Rogues Gallery / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Royal Rapier / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Secret Identity Change Trick / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Secret Keeper / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Secret Secret-Keeper / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Shoehorned First Letter / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Spell My Name with a / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Spexico / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Steel Ear Drums / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Stop, or I Shoot Myself! / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Street Musician / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Street Performer / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Superhero Packing Heat / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Superheroes Wear Capes / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Swashbuckler / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Swiss Army Appendage / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Swiss Army Weapon / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Telenovela / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Blacksmith / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Corpse Stops Here / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Cowl / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Dandy / int_370f6f37
 The Golden Age of Comic Books
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Zorro (Franchise)
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Munchausen / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Speechless / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The Wild West / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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The X of Y / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Trick-and-Follow Ploy / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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We Help the Helpless / int_370f6f37
 Zorro (Franchise)
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Whip It Good / int_370f6f37
 Video Game: Lost Saga
seeAlso
Zorro (Franchise)