Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981) - Rotten Tomatoes
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Zorro, the Gay Blade Movie Review (1981) | Roger Ebert
It is hard to reconstruct these fragments from the memories of immatureness but as nearly as I can remember, the Zorro craze came aft the Davy davy crockett fashion and before Elvis. I even mention that he was once played by Clayton Moore, who got to prison cell wearing his solitary lawman mask. Kids successful Z mark everyplace -- on walls, fences, blackboards, and with ballpoints on the shirts of the kids sitting in anterior of them -- and my personal notion is that Datsun sells half of their Z-cars to guys harboring sublimated Zorro fantasies. But I cannot bequeath if the Zorro movies were ever supposed to be funny. I assume that the Zorros, played by Douglas Fairbanks, Tyrone Power, and lav Carroll, were more or less serious, within the broad outlines of the adventure genre.
Blade Trinity - The Gay Blade
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