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== Cast and crew ==
 
== Cast and crew ==
*'''Cast:''' Carlos Quiney [as Charles Quiney] (El Zorro), Lea Nanni (Berta), Mariano Vidal Molina [as Vidal Molina] (José Arellano), Pasquale Basile, Alex Marco, Antonio Jiménez Escribano, Pasquale Simeoli, Francisco Sanz [as Paco Sanz], Guillermo Mendez, Susana Estrada, José Marco, Santiago Rivero, Maruja Garcia Alonso, Javier Rivera, Maruja Vallojera, Margarita Alcazar, Luis Marin  
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*'''Cast:''' Carlos Quiney [as Charles Quiney](Antonio Sandoval, El Zorro), Lea Nanni (Berta), Mariano Vidal Molina [as Vidal Molina](Alcalde José Arellano), Pasquale Basile (Borracha, Sandoval sidekick), Alex Marco, Antonio Jiménez Escribano (Samuel Cruz, banker), Pasquale Simeoli (flogged village leader), Francisco Sanz [as Paco Sanz](hotelier), Guillermo Mendez ((Matías, Zorro aide), Susana Estrada (store clerk), José Marco (Jeremy Stanford), Santiago Rivero (diner manager), Maruja Garcia Alonso (Jeremy's wife), Javier de Rivera (older village leader), Maruja Vallojera (cantina singer), Margarita Alcazar, Luis Marin (Captain Rollán)
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*Also with: Joaquín Solís (rude diner)
  
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Enzo Gicca Palli, Maria del Carmen Martinez Román
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Enzo Gicca Palli, Maria del Carmen Martinez Román
*'''Cinematography:''' Emanuele Di Cola, Antonio Modica [Eastmancolor, Techniscope]
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*'''Cinematography:''' Emanuele Di Cola, Antonio Modica [Eastmancolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Gianni Marchetti|Gianni Marchetti]]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Gianni Marchetti|Gianni Marchetti]]
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== Synopsis ==
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Sandoval returns home to find the local alcalde and his cohorts have the territory under a reign of oppression.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:45, 9 June 2018

El Zorro de Monterrey (Spain, Italy 1971 / Director: José Luis Merino)

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 29.7.1971 (Spain)

Also known as

Zorro la maschera della vendetta (Italy) | Voittamaton Zorro (Finland) | Zorro tar hämnd (Sweden) | Zorro the Invincible (U.S.A.)| Zorro de Monterrey (French)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Carlos Quiney [as Charles Quiney](Antonio Sandoval, El Zorro), Lea Nanni (Berta), Mariano Vidal Molina [as Vidal Molina](Alcalde José Arellano), Pasquale Basile (Borracha, Sandoval sidekick), Alex Marco, Antonio Jiménez Escribano (Samuel Cruz, banker), Pasquale Simeoli (flogged village leader), Francisco Sanz [as Paco Sanz](hotelier), Guillermo Mendez ((Matías, Zorro aide), Susana Estrada (store clerk), José Marco (Jeremy Stanford), Santiago Rivero (diner manager), Maruja Garcia Alonso (Jeremy's wife), Javier de Rivera (older village leader), Maruja Vallojera (cantina singer), Margarita Alcazar, Luis Marin (Captain Rollán)
  • Also with: Joaquín Solís (rude diner)
  • Screenplay: Enzo Gicca Palli, Maria del Carmen Martinez Román
  • Cinematography: Emanuele Di Cola, Antonio Modica [Eastmancolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Gianni Marchetti

Synopsis

Sandoval returns home to find the local alcalde and his cohorts have the territory under a reign of oppression.

External Links

  • Newsletter
  • Giallo
  • Spaghetti Western books
  • Arrow Video