Two friends facing self-made problems where they try to solve them by using anything impossible and possible and their solutions lead to more problems, at the end the "problem" is fixed and finish off with their distinctive handshake.
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A new version of the legend with Zorro battling Capitan Montecero, the head of the Los Angeles garrison. Zorro is aided by Isabella, the son of neighboring Don Nacho, and, as always, his faithful mute servant Bernardo. Also introduced in the series is an Indian sorceress, an assortment of ghosts and ghouls, and a large number of futuristic mechanical devices.Written by
David Nesbitt <DLNesbitt@geocities.com>
I used to watch "Zorro" a few years ago on WB. It was on really early in the morning and his awesome adventures always woke me up. Zorro was very good looking and helped make the show what it was. I also liked the "Zorro" theme song.
My top five favorite episodes were: "Two Zorros Are Better than One" (I have it on video), "The Case of the Masked Marauder", "The Pirates of San Pedro", "The Poison Pen", and "Return of the Conquistadors". I wish I had them all on video since I remember them all being very good.
I was very upset when this show left the air. I miss it and hope to see it again someday. I give it 8/10 stars.
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