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Zorro Rides Again
12 Chapters - 1937


In contemporary (for the 1937 production) California, villain J. A. Marsden aims to take over the California-Yucatan Railroad with the aid of his henchman El Lobo. The rightful owners, Joyce and Phillip Andrews, naturally object. Their parter, Don Manuel Vega summons his nephew, James Vega, to help them as he is the great grandson of the original Zorro, Don Diego de la Vega. He is disappointed, however, to find that his nephew is a useless fop (presumably Don Manuel had not paid too much attention to his family history).
Nevertheless, James Vega installs himself in the original Zorro's hideout and adopts the Zorro identity to defeat Marsden and El Lobo. This Zorro uses twin pistols and (like the original Zorro) a whip as his main weapons of choice, rather than a more traditional sword.
    John Carroll as James Vega and his masked alter ego Zorro
    Helen Christian as Joyce Andrews
    Reed Howes as Phillip Andrews
    Duncan Renaldo as Renaldo
    Noah Beery, Sr. as J. A. Marsden
    Richard Alexander as Brad "El Lobo" Dace
    Nigel De Brulier as Don Manuel Vega
    Robert Kortman as Trelliger
    Jack Ingram as Carter
    Roger Williams as Manning
    Edmund Cobb as Larkin
    Mona Rico as Carmelita
    Tom London as O'Shea
    Harry Strang as O'Brien
    Jerry Frank as Duncan

    Chapter titles
    Death from the Sky
    The Fatal Minute
    Sky Pirates
    The Fatal Shot
    Burning Embers
    Plunge of Peril
    Tunnel of Terror
    Right of Way

From: Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia
Your Serial comes on a DVD-R in a Paper Protective Sleeve with Color 
Artwork on the DVD. 
Please keep in mind that this movie is of very good quality for its age, but is over 75 years old. This is Not HD quality and may not look that great on your large flat screen TV.
This Classic Serial is in the Public Domain.

Date of release: Nov 20, 1937
Date entered public domain: Nov 20, 1965