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Starring Guy Williams
Season 3 (ABC) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Louis H. Allgood, Sal Crisanti
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


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ABC Sundays 6:30-7:30 PM Eastern
4 episodes x 60 min
featured in "Walt Disney Presents ..."

3.01 [79] Zooro: EL BANDIDO (60 min)
30-Oct-1960 ABC Sun
gs:
Gilbert Roland .......... El Cuchillo
Rita Moreno ............. Chulita
Rodolfo Acosta .......... Carancho
Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr ....... Bandit
Vito Scotti ............. Chaco
Bern Hoffman ............ Trampa
Synopsis:
Mexican bandits fleeing north to California under the leadership of
clever and charismatic El Cuchillo (The Knife) ride into Los Angeles
and decide to steal a shipment of silver. Don Diego quickly becomes
suspicious of them and saves the day as Zorro, but the sword fight
between El Zorro and El Cuchillo has to be aborted when Sgt. Garcia
and his lancers arrive. Nevertheless, Zorro leaves Cuchillo with a
"Z" slashed into his coat and a warning to get out of California.

3.02 [80] Zorro: ADIOS EL CUCHILLO (60 min)
06-Nov-1960 ABC Sun
Guest Cast:
Gilbert Roland .......... El Cuchillo
Rita Moreno ............. Chulita
Rodolfo Acosta .......... Carancho
Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr ....... Bandit
Vito Scotti ............. Chaco
Bern Hoffman ............ Trampa
Synopsis:
El Cuchillo and his men return to Los Angeles to loot the city, but
Zorro is prepared for them and deals with the bandits one by one,
leaving another "Z" on El Cuchillo's coat just as he is leaving the
tailor shop after getting it repaired. After several more attempts
that are all thwarted by Zorro, El Cuchillo goes to the de la Vega
hacienda and holds the family for ransom. Eventually Bernardo helps
Don Diego escape and the final swordfight ensues between Cuchillo
and Zorro. But not before the bandito realizes that Don Diego and
Zorro are one and the same.

3.03 [81] Zorro: THE POSTPONED WEDDING (60 min)
01-Jan-1961 ABC Sun
gs:
Annette Funicello .......... Constancia de la Torre
Mark Damon ................. Miguel Serrano
Carlos Romero .............. Ansar
Synopsis:
Zorro tries to save Constancia de la Torre from an ill-considered
elopement with Miguel Serrano, who only wants her family jewels.
Note:
Annette sings the original songs "Como Esta Usted?" and "Amo Que Paso?",
which were specially written for this episode by the Sherman brothers.

3.04 [82] Zorro: AULD ACQUAINTANCE (60 min) (final episode)
02-Apr-1961 ABC Sun
gs:
Suzanne Lloyd ............ Isabella Linares
Ricardo Montalban ........ Ramon Castillo
Ross Martin .............. Marcos Estrada
Synopsis:
Last episode- Zorro removes his mask!
Ramon Castillo, an old enemy of Don Diego's, arrives from Spain
and tries to steal the army payroll from Sgt. Garcia. Though
thwarted by Zorro, he recognizes the fencing style as Diego's
and tries to convince Sgt. Garcia that Diego is Zorro. It is
only with great difficulty - and Bernardo's help - that Zorro
manages to decisively beat Castillo in a swordfight while
Diego appears to be safely locked up in a jail cell.

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