Played pretty much for laughs, this series updated the legend of
Zorro, 20-25 years after the masked defender of the people had first
made his name in Old California. Age had taken it's toll on Don Diego
( Henry Darrow) and, when he was injured while trying to live up to
his reputation, his faithful manservant Bernardo ( Bill Dana) decided
something had to be done. Bernardo sent to Spain for young Don Carlos
(Paul Regina), Diego's son. Unlike his father, Don Carlos was a modern
swinger who though willing to help out his father, would not give up
his gambling or his girl-chasing. Not only that, the elder Zorro, a
traditionalist, had great difficulty adjusting to his son's use of
guns, gas bombs and other modern weapons, instead of a simple sword.
The current oppressor of the people was Commandante Pico ( Gregory
Sierra) assisted by Sgt. Sepulveda (Richard Beauchamp) and his human
recording machine, Corp. Cassette (John Moschitta). Zorro and Son was
liberally laced with bad jokes-the Francisian monk arrested for
"selling wine before it's time," young Don Carlos futilely trying to
rally the people in a makeshift Zorro costume when his regular one was
lost,etc.-and it rarely took itself seriously, despite being produced
by Walt Disney Productions, the same company responsible for the
original Zorro TV series more than 25 years earlier.
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