Mark of Zorro


Mark of Zorro

Length: 07hrs 17mins 39 episodesCompleted
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This is a story of a valiant man who became a sort of American version of Robin Hood. His efforts were a courageous attempt to restore justice in early nineteenth-century Mexican California, where a corrupt Governor was viciously exploiting the poor and downtrodden. It was a period when there were large haciendas and resident caballeros confronted by the harsh oppression. This brought forth a fictional effort featuring the persona of a masked laughing outlaw calling himself Zorro. He was a demon swordsman and deadly marksman with dashing gallantry and an exceptional code of ethics. His true identity is a mystery until the denouement in the late stages of the story. The story was written by Johnston McCulley, was titled The Curse of Capistrano, and first began as a five-part serial in a 1919 magazine. It caught the imagination of readers so strongly that it led to a highly successful silent movie before being republished in book form. A later sound version followed. As you might expect, the heroic tale eventually made its way onto TV in the years to come. The adventure comes to life in the audio version you’re about to hear.


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