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'''Zorro marchese di Navarra''' (Italy 1969 / Director: Franco Montemurro)
 
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*'''Runtime:''' 97 min
 
*'''Runtime:''' 97 min
 
*'''Release Date:''' 23.12.1969
 
*'''Release Date:''' 23.12.1969
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== Cast and crew ==
 
== Cast and crew ==
*'''Cast:''' Nadir Moretti (Oste), Malisa Longo (as Maria Luisa Longo)(Carmen), Daniele Vargas, Loris Gizzi (Don Ignazio), Renato Montalbano (Don Ruiz), Gisella Arden, Ugo Adinolfi, Fortunato Arena, Ignazio Balsamo, Rosy De Leo, Dada Gallotti (Linda), Antonio Gradoli, Eleonora Morana, Mimmo Poli, Nino Vingelli (Zorro), Gioia Zanetti
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*'''Cast:''' Nadir Moretti (René, Zorro), Malisa Longo [as Maria Luisa Longo] (Carmen Consuelo Medina y Mendoza), Daniele Vargas (Colonel Brizard), Loris Gizzi (Don Ignacio, Alcalde), Renato Montalbano (Don Ruiz), Dada Gallotti (Linda), Nino Vingelli (Fra' Pistola), Eleonora Morana (Donna Sibilla), Marina Lando [as Marisa Lando] (Inés), Ugo Adinolfi (French Lieutenant), Rosy De Leo (Lady wearing yellow), Fortunato Arena (Sergeant), Gioia Zanetti, Antonio Gradoli (General Estella), Ignazio Balsamo (apothecary), Gisella Arden (Dolores)
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*Also with: Gennarino Pappagalli (Ramon Blasco), Emilio Messina (rebel), Franco Ukmar (rebel), Bruno Ukmar (rebel supporter), Nino Musco (2nd apothecary), Franco Pasquetto (night guard), Mimmo Poli (innkeeper), Gilberto Galimberti (soldier), Rocco Lerro (soldier, rebel), Virgilio Ponti (soldier), Roberto Messina (soldier), Giovanni Ukmar (soldier), Pupita Lea Scuderoni (salon customer), Mario Ingrassia (party guest), Fulvio Pellegrino (officer of the court), Gildo Di Marco (defendant), Salvatore Billa (court disruptor), Dolores Calò (court attendee), Aristide Caporale (townsman)
  
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Franco Montemurro, Piero Pierotti
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Franco Montemurro, Piero Pierotti
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Latest revision as of 16:00, 27 August 2018

Zorro marchese di Navarra (Italy 1969 / Director: Franco Montemurro)

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 23.12.1969

Also known as

Zorro, the Navarra Marquis (USA) | El Zorro contra el imperio de Napoleón (Spain) | Zorro aan het hof van Navarro (Netherlands) | Zorro - Der Graf von Navarra (Germany)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Nadir Moretti (René, Zorro), Malisa Longo [as Maria Luisa Longo] (Carmen Consuelo Medina y Mendoza), Daniele Vargas (Colonel Brizard), Loris Gizzi (Don Ignacio, Alcalde), Renato Montalbano (Don Ruiz), Dada Gallotti (Linda), Nino Vingelli (Fra' Pistola), Eleonora Morana (Donna Sibilla), Marina Lando [as Marisa Lando] (Inés), Ugo Adinolfi (French Lieutenant), Rosy De Leo (Lady wearing yellow), Fortunato Arena (Sergeant), Gioia Zanetti, Antonio Gradoli (General Estella), Ignazio Balsamo (apothecary), Gisella Arden (Dolores)
  • Also with: Gennarino Pappagalli (Ramon Blasco), Emilio Messina (rebel), Franco Ukmar (rebel), Bruno Ukmar (rebel supporter), Nino Musco (2nd apothecary), Franco Pasquetto (night guard), Mimmo Poli (innkeeper), Gilberto Galimberti (soldier), Rocco Lerro (soldier, rebel), Virgilio Ponti (soldier), Roberto Messina (soldier), Giovanni Ukmar (soldier), Pupita Lea Scuderoni (salon customer), Mario Ingrassia (party guest), Fulvio Pellegrino (officer of the court), Gildo Di Marco (defendant), Salvatore Billa (court disruptor), Dolores Calò (court attendee), Aristide Caporale (townsman)
  • Screenplay: Franco Montemurro, Piero Pierotti
  • Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
  • Cinematography: Augusto Tiezzi
  • Producer: Fortunato Misiano

Synopsis

From the exiled King Ferdinand VII, Zorro gets a sword and a black mask. Because of his disguise he is now hard to catch. Brizard, leader of the revolt, becomes more and more reckless. In the process of making more enemies Brizard flees, taking with him as a hostage the upper class Carmen. It is up to Zorro to rescue the girl and make sure that King Ferdinand VII can return to Spain as a triumphator.

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