Johnston Mcculley


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Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - I Toy With A Sword Just introduced Captain Pasquale (Basil Rathbone) receives Don Diego (Tyrone Power, also the title character), just back to California from Spain, and not tipping his hand, as he meets the new governor and his wife (J. Edward Bromberg, Gale Sondergaard), in The Mark Of Zorro, 1940.
Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - To California In a stylish prologue actually not derived from the original story by Johnston McCulley, Tyrone Power as the title character, Ralph Byrd his fellow cadet, in director Rouben Mamoulian's hit The Mark Of Zorro, 1940, co-starring Linda Darnell and Basil Rathbone.
Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - Because I'm Good Looking Texas-born teenager Linda Darnell as "Lolita," comfortable enough in old California, meeting her co-star in their third and biggest consecutive 20th Century Fox hit, Tyrone Power as Diego, also the title character, masquerading as a priest, in The Mark Of Zorro, 1940.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Don Diego We all know who he really is, but Don Diego (Douglas Fairbanks) is quite sure the drunken Sergeant Pedro (Noah Beery) remains in the dark, in The Mark of Zorro, 1920.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Lolita Much personality is revealed in the swordfight as Zorro (Douglas Fairbanks) drops in on Captain Ramon (Robert McKim) who's been mistreating Lolita (Marguerite De La Motte) in The Mark of Zorro, 1920.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Opening Producer and star Douglas Fairbanks does not appear in this opening sequence, amounting to a lengthy preamble and tone-setting scene, from The Mark Of Zorro, 1920.
Mark of Zorro, The (1920) - Tell That To Zorro! Testing the theory that abusing a peasant will produce Zorro (Douglas Fairbanks), Sergeant Pedro (Noah Beery) finds out it's true, in The Mark of Zorro 1920.

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