‘Zorro: The Gay Blade’ Plot Summary
Zorro: The Gay Blade takes place in 1840’s Los Angeles, California, Mexico. The wealthy landowner, Don Diego Vega, learns of his late father’s secret that once upon a time, he was the masked folk hero known as El Zorro. In a letter, dad tells Diego that it’s every Vega man’s duty to fight for the people. So, Diego adopts his father’s persona. However, when Diego injures his foot in an escape, he asks Ramon, his very gay, long-lost twin brother, to replace him as the heroic bandit. Ramon, now calling himself Bunny Wigglesworth, agrees, but he does so in his own flamboyant style.
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