Directed by: Donald Crisp

Written by:
Jack Cunningham - photoplay
Lotta Woods  (uncredited)

Based on the novel by Kate Prichard & Hesketh Prichard

Douglas Fairbanks ... Don Cesar de Vega / Zorro - His Father
Mary Astor ... Dolores de Muro
Jack McDonald ... General de Muro
Donald Crisp ... Don Sebastian
Stella De Lanti ... The Queen (as Stella DeLanti)
Warner Oland ... The Archduke
Jean Hersholt ... Don Fabrique
Albert MacQuarrie ... Colonel Matsado
Lottie Pickford ... Lola (as Lottie Pickford Forrest)
Charles Stevens ... Robledo
Tote Du Crow ... Bernardo
Martha Franklin ... The Duenna
Juliette Belanger ... The Dancer
Roy Coulson ... Her Admirer
Enrique Acosta ... Ramon
George Blankman ... Bit Part (uncredited)
Charles Byer ... Bit Part (uncredited)
Robert McKim ... Capitán Juan Ramon (archive footage) (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Elton Corporation

Distribution Company: United Artists

Produced by: Douglas Fairbanks
Music by: Mortimer Wilson
Cinematography by: Henry Sharp
Costume Design by: Paul Burns
Makeup Artists: Ern Westmore, George Westmore and Perc Westmore
Assistant Director: Frank Richardson
Master of Properties: Harold MacChesney
Minatures: Cleo E. Baker
Lighting Effects: William S. Johnson
Associate Photographer: Enrique Juan Vallejo
Film Cutter: William Nolan
General Manager: Robert Fairbanks
Technical Effects: Ned Mann

Length: 11 Reels
Runtime: 111 Minutes
Released: June 15, 1925
~Plot Synopsis~         
Douglas Fairbanks returns as the great Spanish swashbuckler in this sequel to The Mark of Zorro.
Don Cesar de Vega (Douglas Fairbanks) is the son of the famous masked avanger, Zorro; he's been
sent to Spain to continue his education and learn the ways of his homeland. He soon becomes a
favorite of the local dignitaries, but this does him little good when he's falsely accused of murder.
Faking his own suicide, Don Cesar goes underground, and posing as Zorro, begins his own
investigation of the killing; eventually his father arrives, giving us two Zorros for the price of one.
Mary Astor plays Dolores de Muro, Don Cesar's love interest, with Warner Oland and Jean Hersholt
highlighting the supporting cast; Donald Crisp, who plays Don Sebastian, also directed.

Plot Synopsis by Mark Deming, AllMovie.com
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