PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
A young thief, seeking revenge for the death of his brother, is trained by the once great, but aged Zorro, who also pursues vengeance of his own.
In October 1992, TriStar Pictures and Amblin Entertainment were planning to start production on Zorro the following year, and hired Joel Gross to re-write the script after they were impressed with his work on The Three Musketeers (1993). At the time, Steven Spielberg was producing Zorro with the ... ...
Don Diego de la Vega:
Do you know how to use that thing?
Alejandro Murrieta: Yes. The pointy end goes into the other man.
Don Diego de la Vega: This is going to take a lot of work.
When Alejandro calms the horse gone wild in the crowd, the rope tied to the horse can be seen dropped by someone off screen the moment Alejandro grabs for it.
The film opens and closes with Zorro drawing his sword and slashing a Z on the screen.
$22,525,855 (USA) (19 July 1998)
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