Mark Of Zorro
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Zorro, the Robin Hood of California, has captivated audiences for nearly a century. The daring masked man poses as a feckless aristocrat to disguise his true passions, defending the helpless and punishing their oppressors.
Pulp-fiction author Johnston McCulley (1883-1958) began his writing career with magazine short stories, later moving on to novels and screenplays. His subjects ranged from crime thrillers to action heroes of Southern California, most notably Zorro, whose exploits have been repeatedly adapted for movies and television.