The Mark Of Zorro In Hindi Download
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- In Madrid, the talented aristocratic military swordsman and rider Diego Vega returns to the Mexican California to reunite with his father, the Alcalde Don Alejandro Vega, and his mother. When he arrives in Los Angeles, he finds that his father has been replaced by the tyrannous Alcalde Don Luis Quintero who oppresses the people. Don Diego does not disclose his abilities with the sword and disguises pretending that he is a sophisticated fashionable gay man. However, when he secretly wears a mask and rides a black horse, he becomes the avenger Zorro that carves his mark for the fearfulness of his enemies.
- A young aristocrat must masquerade as a fop in order to maintain his secret identity of Zorro as he restores justice to early California.
- A young aristocrat must masquerade as a fop in order to maintain his secret identity of Zorro as he restores justice to early California.<br/><br/>I did not really know much about Zorro. I was not aware his secret identity had his as sort of a buffoon and ladies man. But I like that about him. And I like that, just like Superman or other heroes, it creates the scenario where someone can be attracted to one personality and not the other... or sometimes both, without even knowing! Some people have compared this to the "Adventures of Robin Hood". Is that fair? I do not know. But the consensus is that this is the better of the two. With that, I would have to agree. It is a fun story with all sorts of political intrigue that Robin Hood just cannot match.
- True story, an old friend called to share with me his view that the best movies were the older Hollywood movies from the 30s and 40s (a view that becomes progressively more controversial in an inverse ratio to the age of the viewer) and I offered to go poking and prodding among my IMDb reviews to pick out 10 "must-see films" that have never been imitated, even in the endless make-a-buck modern remakes. After putting together the list, I noticed that, while I had referenced this specific film in other reviews (most especially my take on the modern Anthony Hopkins re-do where, mysteriously, younger viewers WHO HAD NEVER SEEN THIS VERSION became somewhat irritated at my calling the Hopkins version an abomination, even though I did provide detailed reasons..) I had neglected to actually review this film for IMDb. Mea culpa. I have seen the film a dozen times, I own two DVD copies, so here we go: 1. The Zorro legend commands respect, which means essentially don't monkey with it, as (for example) having two Zorros in the same film (not going to mention any names, you figure out what I am talking about). When A&E did a "biography" of Zorro, they opined that he was likely the first ever "superhero" because of his great skill and the secret identity. No argument from me. 2. This version is very faithful to the original story, with brilliant casting (some say Power's best film, period) and flawless direction by Rouben Mamoulian. Darnell is perfect as the shy young damsel who becomes progressively less shy when she has a chance to snag the man of her dreams. Rathbone (who, to be fair, did make a wonderful Holmes) is UNFORGETTABLE as the bad guy. 3. The climax represents the best of everything Hollywood stood for in the period. When Power decides to forgo the secret identity and challenge Rathbone outright, there ensues THE LONGEST AND MOST PERFECTLY FILMED SWORD FIGHT IN Hollywood HISTORY to that point in time. 4. As much as I would love to prattle on about this film, just writing this review compels me to go watch it again, so, kind reader, you will have finish the review without me...<br/><br/>**POSTSCRIPT** The other 9 films in the list I prepared for my pal were, in no special order: Lady in the Lake (1947) The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941 Portrait of Jennie (1948) Sullivan's Travels (1941) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) The Thief of Bagdad (1940) Death Takes a Holiday (1934) The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936) Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941).
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