Zorro, The Gay Blade - 1981
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Zorro, The Gay Blade

Updated: 12 Feb 2020
Directors:
Adrian Gorton Bub Asman Michael D. Moore John A. Alonzo Pembroke J. Herring John Toll George Hamilton C.O. Erickson Ted Grossman Stephen McEveety Gloria Gresham Maurice Vaccarino Larry Jost James W. Payne Charles A. Tamburro Johnston McCulley Peter Medak Herman A. Blumenthal Richard Vane Daniel McCauley George Robotham Melvin Simon Gary Alexander Hal Dresner Hal Dresner Erik Cord Orwin C. Harvey Gary Davis Lori Jane Coleman Pete Kellett Roger Creed John Hudkins Jerry Wills Bob Randall Victor Paul Alex Romero Alan Robert Murray Ian Fraser Robert G. Henderson Jack K. Tillar Joe Dunne Larry Singer John Moio Bud Heller Don Minkler George Fisher Joseph Paul Moore Allen L. Stone Donna Garrett Hank Calia John Romano H.P. Evetts Phil Adams Greg Alt Greg Alt Don Moriarty Don Moriarty Philip Romano Bill Madden Linda Carwin Dudley Holmes Clint Althouse
Actors:
George Hamilton Lauren Hutton Brenda Vaccaro Ron Leibman Donovan Scott James Booth Helen Burns Clive Revill Carolyn Seymour Eduardo Noriega Jorge Russek Eduardo Alcaraz Carlos Bravo y Fernández Roberto Dumont Jorge Bolio Dick Balduzzi Ana Elisa Perez Bolanos Paco Mauri Julian Colman Paco Morayta Pilar Pellicer Owen Lee Gustavo Ganem Armando Duarte Norman Blankenship Frank Welker
Genre:
Western, Romance, Comedy, Adventure, Action
Country: no data
Year: 1981
Zorro, The Gay Blade - 1981
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George Hamilton stars in a dueling dual role as twin sons of the legendary Zorro. Soon after the dashing Don Diego Vega inherits his father's famous sword and costume, a broken ankle prevents the masked avenger from fulfilling his heroic duties. When his flamboyantly fashion-conscious brother assumes the secret identity to continue an ongoing fight for justice, the results are nothing short of hilarious!
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Joker ends with yet another version of the Wayne family’s murder. As always, they are seen exiting a movie theater which, in this case, is screening the action comedy Zorro, The Gay Blade starring George Hamilton. Most tellings of Batman’s origins involve the Waynes going to see a Zorro movie on the night of their deaths — which is often used to partly explain where Bruce gets the idea of avenging their murders by wearing a dark costume and hiding his identity. Given Joker’s setting in the early 1980s, Zorro, The Gay Blade, which was released in 1981, makes perfect sense to be playing in Gotham City on that fateful night.