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Welcome to the Unofficial Mask of Zorro homepage! You have found the largest resource for the film on the net. For those of you unfamiliar with Zorro's Mask, we are a site devoted entirely to the 1998 film production of "The Mask of Zorro," starring Anthony Hopkins, Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. This is pretty much the largest photo gallery of the film on the net, so if that's why you're here, you're in luck! I attempt to keep up with news developments and apologize for not having promoted the upcoming DVD with more gusto before now.

  

I admit I've somewhat neglected Zorro's Mask over the last few months. In fact, with the running of my other film sites, I almost forgot about it! But with the exciting news of the Special Edition DVD release, my interest has returned and you'll find the page much changed, with a great deal more information (and mainly pictures!) than I used to have. I'm in the process of replacing all the dilly little video captures with much larger DVD captures. It will take awhile, but bear with me... the result will be well worth it.

  

As you no doubt anticipated, I am not Catherine Zeta-Jones, nor do I have any connection with her or any of the other cast members. I am merely a loyal fan who devotes this internet shrine, as it were, to an excellent swashbuckler. In my opinion, Hollywood's films stink in large, but with this recent production some amount of nobility and grandeur has been replaced into society. In keeping with the large scope of the production, this site is extensive. I'd suggest you bookmark it, as the http: is difficult to remember. (A "z" instead of an "s" in the title: http://zorrosmazk.tripod.com).

  

Zorro's Mask used to be at my www.charitysplace.com domain but my collection of films (which include Lorna Doone, An Ideal Husband and Emma as well as The Mask of Zorro) grew too heavy for all of the other things I included at Charity's Place, and so all film pages have been moved to tripod. Just ignore those annoying banners... it was either those or having an ugly incorporated banner into each individual page (which ruined the look of everything, especially in frames). Just shrink them and they shouldn't be a problem.


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