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==Cast and crew==
 
==Cast and crew==
*'''Cast:''' Guy Stockwell (Don Diego Ortiz/Zorro), Gloria Milland (Virginia de Santa Ana), Mikaela (as Mikaela Wood)(Maria), Antonio Prieto (Governor Don Manuel de Paredes), Giuseppe Addobbati (as John McDouglas)(Padre Geronimo), Franco Fantasia (Colonel Juan Ortiz/Martinez), Pilar Gómez Ferrer (Nodriza), Anna Petrocchi (Anna), Alfonso Rojas (Captain Gonzalez), Ana Carvajal (Criada), Milagros Guijarro (Bailaora), Luis Marin (soldier), José Luis Lizalde (soldier), José Luis Lluch (soldier), Santiago Rivero (new Governor), Robert Dean (Felipe), Jacinto San Emeterio (Juan Ortiz), Manuel Arbo (tavern patron), Antonio Jiménez Escribano (farmer), Manrico Melchiorre (lieutenant), Guillermo Vera (Mexican), Julio Cesar (Diego as a child), Conchita Rodríguez del Valle (Maria as a child), Felix Fernandez (Felix Garcia), Angel Antonio Ramirez (Angel Arteaga), Raphael Vaquero, Antonio Gradoli, Agustin Gonzalez (Agustin Martinez), Vicente Bañó, Joaquín Bergía, Dolores Bermudez, Alfonso de Córdoba, José Farber, Ángel Fernández, Enrique Ferpi, Antonio Gómez Delgado, Juan Antonio Hernández Méndez, Rafael Ibáñez, Gonzalo Linares, Presentacion Palacios, Pedro José Rodríguez, Eloy Rosillo, Ricardo Rubinstein, José Truchado, Patricia Vera
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*'''Cast:''' Guy Stockwell (Don Diego Guadaloupe, Zorro), Gloria Milland (Virginia de Santa Ana), Mikaela [as Mikaela Wood](Maria), Antonio Prieto (Governor Don Manuel de Paredes), Franco Fantasia (Colonel Martinez), Raphael Vaquero (Juan Ortiz), Giuseppe Addobbati [as John McDouglas](Marques de Santa Ana), Juan Luis Galiardo [as Robert Dean](Felipe), Antonio Gradoli (tavern patron), Manrico Melchiorre (lieutenant), Agustin Gonzalez (balding, drinking soldier), Julio Cesar (Diego as a child)
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*Also with:  Pilar Gómez Ferrer (Santa Ana governess), Anna Petrocchi (Anna), Alfonso Rojas (Captain Gonzalez), Guillermo Vera (Mexican who rescues baby), Luis Marin (soldier), Felix Fernandez (Padre Jeronimo), José Luis Lizalde (prison soldier), Santiago Rivero (new Governor), Conchita Rodríguez del Valle (Maria as a child), Milagros Guijarro, José Luis Lluch, Jacinto San Emeterio, Manuel Arbo, Antonio Jiménez Escribano, Angel Antonio Ramirez, Vicente Bañó, Joaquín Bergía, Dolores Bermudez, Alfonso de Córdoba, José Farber, Ángel Fernández, Enrique Ferpi, Antonio Gómez Delgado, Juan Antonio Hernández Méndez, Rafael Ibáñez, Gonzalo Linares, Presentacion Palacios, Pedro José Rodríguez, Eloy Rosillo, Ricardo Rubinstein, José Truchado, Patricia Vera, Ana Carvajal
  
 
*'''Story:''' Jacques Dumas, Mario Amendola
 
*'''Story:''' Jacques Dumas, Mario Amendola
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Mario Amendola, José Gallardo, Luis Lucas, Daniel Ribera
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Mario Amendola, José Gallardo, Luis Lucas, Daniel Ribera
*'''Cinematography:''' Julio Ortas, Edmondo Affronti [Eastmancolor, PanorVision]
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*'''Cinematography:''' Julio Ortas, Edmondo Affronti [Eastmancolor - PanorVision]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:José Pagán|José Pagán]], [[:Category:Aldo Piga|Aldo Piga]] + [[:Category: Antonio Ramirez Angel|Antonio Ramirez Angel]]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:José Pagán|José Pagán]], [[:Category:Aldo Piga|Aldo Piga]] + [[:Category: Antonio Ramirez Angel|Antonio Ramirez Angel]]
 
*'''Producer:''' Sergio Newman, Tulio Bruschi
 
*'''Producer:''' Sergio Newman, Tulio Bruschi
  
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
In 1830, Zorro (Guy Stockwell) decides that he needs a bit of help in battling no-goodnicks in Old California, so he begins teaching the fine art of swordsmanship to his son and daughter. When Zorro is thrown into jail by a crooked governor, it's up to his children to free Zorro from bondage and show the bad guys the error of their ways.
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Zorro, an orphan raised by a kind foster mother, does quite well battling no-goodnicks in Old California, but when thrown into jail by a crooked governor, it's up to his friends to free him and lend a hand in the final battle.
  
 
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[[Category:Gloria Milland]][[Category:Franco Fantasia]][[Category:Alfonso Rojas]][[Category:Giuseppe Addobbati]][[Category:José Truchado]][[Category:Antonio Gradoli]][[Category:Santiago Rivero]]
 
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[[Category:Gloria Milland]]
 
[[Category:Franco Fantasia]]
 
[[Category:Julio Ortas]][[Category:Alfonso Rojas]]
 
[[Category:Giuseppe Addobbati]]
 
[[Category:José Truchado]][[Category:Antonio Gradoli]]
 
[[Category:Mario Amendola]][[Category:Santiago Rivero]]
 
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Latest revision as of 02:47, 26 April 2018

Le tre spade di Zorro (Italy, Spain 1963 / Director: Ricardo Blasco)

  • Runtime: 89 min
  • Release Date: 9.3.1963

Also known as

Zorro mit den drei Degen (Germany) | Sword of Zorro (U.S.A.) | The Three Swords of Zorro (U.S.A.) | Swordsman Three (U.K.) | Las tres espadas del Zorro (Spain) | Les trios epee de Zorro (France) | Zorron 3 miekkaa (Finland) | Ta tria xifi tou Zorro (Greece) | Nuestrasivi osvetnik (Yugoslavia)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Guy Stockwell (Don Diego Guadaloupe, Zorro), Gloria Milland (Virginia de Santa Ana), Mikaela [as Mikaela Wood](Maria), Antonio Prieto (Governor Don Manuel de Paredes), Franco Fantasia (Colonel Martinez), Raphael Vaquero (Juan Ortiz), Giuseppe Addobbati [as John McDouglas](Marques de Santa Ana), Juan Luis Galiardo [as Robert Dean](Felipe), Antonio Gradoli (tavern patron), Manrico Melchiorre (lieutenant), Agustin Gonzalez (balding, drinking soldier), Julio Cesar (Diego as a child)
  • Also with: Pilar Gómez Ferrer (Santa Ana governess), Anna Petrocchi (Anna), Alfonso Rojas (Captain Gonzalez), Guillermo Vera (Mexican who rescues baby), Luis Marin (soldier), Felix Fernandez (Padre Jeronimo), José Luis Lizalde (prison soldier), Santiago Rivero (new Governor), Conchita Rodríguez del Valle (Maria as a child), Milagros Guijarro, José Luis Lluch, Jacinto San Emeterio, Manuel Arbo, Antonio Jiménez Escribano, Angel Antonio Ramirez, Vicente Bañó, Joaquín Bergía, Dolores Bermudez, Alfonso de Córdoba, José Farber, Ángel Fernández, Enrique Ferpi, Antonio Gómez Delgado, Juan Antonio Hernández Méndez, Rafael Ibáñez, Gonzalo Linares, Presentacion Palacios, Pedro José Rodríguez, Eloy Rosillo, Ricardo Rubinstein, José Truchado, Patricia Vera, Ana Carvajal
  • Story: Jacques Dumas, Mario Amendola
  • Screenplay: Mario Amendola, José Gallardo, Luis Lucas, Daniel Ribera
  • Cinematography: Julio Ortas, Edmondo Affronti [Eastmancolor - PanorVision]
  • Music: José Pagán, Aldo Piga + Antonio Ramirez Angel
  • Producer: Sergio Newman, Tulio Bruschi

Synopsis

Zorro, an orphan raised by a kind foster mother, does quite well battling no-goodnicks in Old California, but when thrown into jail by a crooked governor, it's up to his friends to free him and lend a hand in the final battle.

Links

  • Newsletter
  • Giallo
  • Spaghetti Western books
  • Arrow Video