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

Zorro, The Gay Blade

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!
Don Diego Vega / Zorro / Bunny Wigglesworth / The Gay Blade / Ramon Vega
George Hamilton
Charlotte Taylor Wilson
Lauren Hutton
Brenda Vaccaro
Captain Esteban
Ron Leibman
Donovan Scott
James Booth
Helen Burns
Clive Revill
Carolyn Seymour
Don Francisco
Eduardo Noriega
Don Fernando
Jorge Russek
Don Jose
Eduardo Alcaraz
Carlos Bravo y Fernández
Roberto Dumont
Jorge Bolio
Old Man
Dick Balduzzi
Ana Elisa Perez Bolanos
Paco Mauri
Julian Colman
Paco Morayta
Don Francisco's Wife
Pilar Pellicer
Owen Lee
Gustavo Ganem
Armando Duarte
Norman Blankenship
Frank Welker
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
93:00 min
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.