Three Is A CrowdThree Is A Crowd (1981) - The New Adventures of Zorro Cartoon Episode Guide
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- The New Adventures of Zorro Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Filmation Associates
- Animation Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha
- Cartoon Characters: Don Diego/Zorro, Miguel, Captain Ramon, Sergeant Gonzales, Maria, Lucia, Don Alejandro/Governor General, Fray Gaspar.
- Voice Actors: Henry Darrow, Julio Medina, Eric Mason, Don Diamond, Christine Avila, Socorro Valdez, Carlos Rivas, East Carlo.
- Produced By Don Christensen, Lou Scheimer, Norm Prescott.
- Written By Arthur Browne Jr.
- Music: Yvette Blais, Jeff Michael.
- Editor: Ron Fedele, Joe Gall, Hector Gika, George Mahana.
- First Aired on September 12, 1981.
- Originally Aired on CBS-TV (USA).
- Running Time: 30 minutes.
Zorro sets out to recover the people's tax money from a band of pirates before the governor's men can get their hands on it.
Cartoon Production Information:
The "Zorro" character created by Johnston McCulley. This was the first cartoon appearance for Zorro, but the cartoon kept the spirit of the legendary swordsman's screen adventures. And yes, the customary sword-carved "Z" was part of the proceedings.... (more)
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