The New Adventures of Zorro (partially found English dub of animated series; 1997-1998)

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The show's opening logo.

Status: Partially Found

The New Adventures of Zorro (not to be confused with the 1981 Filmation TV show of the same name) was an animated TV series that aired for two seasons on Kids' WB! from 1997-1998 (with reruns later showing on Cartoon Network) before being cancelled. A multinational production, the show was produced by Warner Brothers Television Productions in America, Fred Wolf Films in Ireland, and Harvest Entertainment in England.[1]

Summary[edit | edit source]

The show followed the adventures of masked vigilante Don Diego de la Vega, A.K.A. Zorro (voiced by Michael J. Gough), on his adventures through the countryside of Spain. The show's plots would usually climax with Zorro battling a villain with supernatural powers or steampunk-style contraptions. The supporting cast consisted of Isabella (Jeannie Elias), Zorro's love interest; Don Alejandro de le Vega (Patrick Fraley), Zorro's father; Captain Montecero (Earl Boen), the show's primary antagonist who sought to bring the vigilante to justice; and Sergeant Garcia (Tony Pope), a hapless Spanish soldier. Many episodes involved one or more characters trying to discover Zorro's secret identity.

Availability[edit | edit source]

Currently, the entirety of the show has been found dubbed into languages other than English, uploaded to YouTube by channels Juan Ortiz (Spanish and Russian) and batfran95 (Spanish) and in Arabic by channel Arabic-Cartoon-HD. A DVD was released in 2004 compiling 6 English episodes. This is believed to be the only English DVD release the show ever received. Also, a Russian dub of the season 2 episode "The Ice Monster Cometh" still has an audible English vocal track underneath the Russian dialogue.

Episode List[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Air Date English Dub Spanish Dub
1 To Catch a Fox Sept 20th, 1997 Found Found (Part 1)/(Part 2)
2 Sting of the Serpent-God Sept 27th, 1997 Found Found (Part 1)/(Part 2)
3 Night of the Tolchen Oct 4th, 1997 Lost Found (Part 1)/(Part 2)
4 The Beast Within Oct 11th, 1997 Found Found
5 The Enforcer Oct 18th, 1997 Found Found
6 Two Zorros are Better Than One Oct 25th, 1997 Lost Found
7 Tar Pit Terror Nov 1st, 1997 Lost Found
8 A King's Ransom Nov 8th, 1997 Found Found
9 The Pirates of San Pedro Nov 15th, 1997 Found Found
10 The Anti Zorro Nov 22nd, 1997 Lost Found
11 Valley of the Manbeast Nov 29th, 1997 Lost Found
12 The Revenge of the Panther Dec 6th, 1997 Lost Found
13 The Iron Man Dec 12th, 1997 Lost Found
14 The Samurai and the Sorcerer Sept 19th, 1998 Found Found
15 The Poison Pen Sept 26th, 1998 Lost Found
16 Vision of Darkness Oct 3rd, 1998 Lost Found
17 The Case of the Masked Marauder Oct 10th, 1998 Found Found
18 Return of the Conquistadors Oct 17th, 1998 Lost Found
19 The Hunter Oct 24th, 1998 Lost Found
20 Raiding Party Oct 31st, 1998 Lost Lost
21 The Four Horsemen Nov 7th, 1998 Lost Found
22 The Nightmare Express Nov 14th, 1998 Lost Found
23 The Ice Monster Cometh Nov 21st, 1998 Lost Lost
24 The Secret of El Zorro Nov 28th, 1998 Lost Lost
25 The Nordic Quest Dec 5th, 1998 Lost Found
26 Adios, Mi Capitán Dec 12th, 1998 Lost Lost

Gallery[edit | edit source]

English intro.
A small snippet of the episode, "The Enforcer".
A Russian dub of the episode, "The Ice Monster Cometh".

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