Curse of Capistrano (Dramatic Reading), The by MCCULLEY, Johnston

The Curse of Capistrano is the first work to feature the fictional character Zorro (the Spanish word for “fox”). The story was later republished under the name The Mark of Zorro. The outlaw Zorro is Public Enemy #1 in southern California during the period of Mexican rule. But he’s not a bad guy, really – he fights for justice for the oppressed. And when he meets the lovely Lolita, daughter of Don Pedro, who is on the governor’s bad side, he has even more reason to fight. But she’s being wooed by the rich and influential but wimpy Don Diego… – Summary by TriciaG

Cast List:
Narrator: Christine Lehman
Don Diego Vega / Zorro: Tomas Peter
Sergeant Pedro Gonzales: Larry Wilson
Landlord: Jason in Panama
Don Carlos Pulido, Corporal, A Man, Soldier, Assistant, Courier: Nick Bulka
Doña Catalina Pulido: TriciaG
Señorita Lolita Pulido: Adele de Pignerolles
Landlord: Jason in Panama
Don Alejandro Vega: Roger Melin
Fray Felipe, Gentleman of Age, Dispensero, Tipsy Caballero: Phil Schempf
Magistrado, Jailer: Zames Curran
Captain Ramon: jasonlohr
Spokesman of the Caballeros: Chuck Williamson
Governor: Scotty Smith
Another Caballero: AnttiV & Elijah
Servant, Dealer in Hides, Third Caballero, Man: ToddHW
Sergeant, Guard: Shasta
Native: Esther ben Simonides

Audio edited by TriciaG
Proof-listened by TriciaG & Joy M.
This title is avalable for free download at: www.librivox.org.

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