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The Bold Caballero (1936) was a Romance - Western Film directed by Wells Root and produced by Nat Levine.

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Governor Palma: I'm sorry, but I have no use for men who smell of perfume.


[the Commandante lashes his whip at Don Diego]
Don Diego Vega: Mercy! What have I done?
Commandante Sebastian Golle: Nothing. That's just to keep my hand in incase I have to lash the life out of some fool who would betray me.


Commandante Sebastian Golle: You said you'd give anything to him who hangs Zorro, remember? Now, will you give half of Santa Cruz to me... by marriage?
Lady Isabella Palma: I marry a sweating, grease-brain brute like you? No, never.


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Robert Livingston only speaks one line of dialog while disguised as Zorro.
The first Zorro film to feature sound and the first to be shot in color.
This is the only film to accurately depict Zorro as wearing a mask which covers his entire face, as he appeared on the cover of the August 9th, 1919 issue of All-Story Weekly; the magazine which first introduced him in the five part story The Curse of Capistrano. All subsequent film and television depictions which leave Zorro's chin, and usually his entire mouth, exposed are variations of the design first created for Douglas Fairbanks in the film The Mark of Zorro
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