Zorro vs The Three Musketeers 1963 Gordon Scott
Original Title: Zorro e i tre moschettieri
Production: 1963 - Italy
Director: Luigi Capuano
Runtime: 99 min
Release Date: 14.2.1963
Also known as
Mask of the Musketeers (U.S.A.) | Zorro and the Three Musketeers (U.K.) | Zorro et les trois mousquetaires (France) | Zorro und die drei Musketiere (Germany) | Das Phantom und die drei Musketiere West (Germany) | Zorro ja kolme muskettisoturia (Finland) | Zorro och de tre musketÃ¶rerna (Sweden)
â€¢ Screenplay: Italo De Tuddo, Roberto Gianviti
â€¢ Cinematography: Carlo Bellero [Eastmancolor, Totalscope 2,35:1]
â€¢ Music: Carlo Savina
Gordon Scott ... Zorro
JosÃ© Greci ... Isabella
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart ... Athos (as Giacomo Rossi Stuart)
Livio Lorenzon ... Porthos
Franco Fantasia ... Count of Sevilla
Nazzareno Zamperla ... D'Artagnan (as Tony Zamperla)
Nerio Bernardi ... Cardinal Richelieu
Mario Pisu ... Count of Tequel
Zorro, a Count in disguise, makes friends with the three musketeers, and they expose a traitor who intends to reveal the new fortress plans to the French.
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