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.
Stuart Wilson's second collaboration with Martin Campbell. Wilson appeared in Campbell's No Escape (1994) and Vertical Limit (2000).
I would have killed him.
Don Diego de la Vega: No, not today. He is trained to kill. You seem trained to drink. Oh, yes, my friend, you would have fought very bravely, and died very quickly. Who then would avenge your brother?
Don Rafael Montero that says he came via Lisbon and San Francisco. In 1841, San Francisco was still Yerba Buena. The name change didn't occur until January, 1847.
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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