The mask of Zorro

DVD - 2005

A sweeping tale of love and horror, tragedy and triumph set against the Spanish conquest of Mexico. After twenty years as the legendary Zorro, Don Diego must transform a troubled drifter into the fearless hero he once was.

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Genres
Feature films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Published
Culver City, Calif. : Tristar Pictures [2005]
Edition
Deluxe ed., widescreen
Language
English
French
Spanish
Portuguese
Item Description
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1998.
Special features: exclusive behind-the-scenes; sneak peek at The Legend of Zorro; exclusive scene from The Legend of Zorro; director's commentary; "Unmasking Zorro" documentary; music video by Marc Anthony and Tina Arena; photo galleries: costume design & publicity portraits; trailer & TV spots.
Physical Description
1 videodisc (DVD)(ca. 137 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Format
Region 1, widescreen (2.35:1) presentation; Dolby Digital.
Audience
MPAA rating: PG-13; for some intense action and violence.
Production Credits
Director of photography, Phil Meheux ; film editor, Thom Noble ; music, James Horner.
ISBN
1404980482
9781404980488
Other Authors
Martin Campbell (-), John Eskow, Ted Elliott, 1961-, Terry Rossio, James Horner
Review by Publisher Summary 1

After twenty years, the legendary Zorro (Hopkins) escapes from prison to avenge the murder of his wife and kidnapping of his daughter Elena (Zeta-Jones) at the hand of his enemy, Don Raphael Montero, but first he must transform a cocky young thief (Banderas) into the fearless hero and champion of the people he once was. With two Zorros on the scene, it's twice the adventure and twice the fun.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

The elder Zorro comes out of retirement to train a new Zorro to fight the enemy Montero.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

The Mask Of Zorro is a sweeping romantic adventure of love and honor, of tragedy and triumph set against Mexico's fight for indepedence from the iron fist of Spain. It is also a rousing, often hilarious swashbuckling fable about how a roguish outlaw whose only knowledge of a sword is that "the pointy end goes into the other man" is transformed into an elegant hero.