Mask of Zorro
X1:106 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:525 Come on, Alejandro, it is my turn. Let me see.
X1:097 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:531 - What are you doing? - Sorry. We were waiting for Zorro.
X1:099 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Go home, muchachos. - Do you think he's going to come?
X1:179 X2:530 Y1:500 Y2:525 Someone thinks he will.
X1:115 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 Joaquin, Alejandro, once l carved coffins for your parents.
X1:136 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:531 l'd hate to carve ones for you. Now, go!
X1:178 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:531 Alejandro, Joaquin, get back to the mission.
X1:085 X2:625 Y1:500 Y2:531 Don Montero, why are you still here?
X1:110 X2:599 Y1:500 Y2:529 Now, now, Don Luiz. Calm, calm.
X1:095 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:531 Santa Anna's three miles from the town. You have to go now.
X1:170 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:531 The government of Spain would like to thank you.
X1:104 X2:606 Y1:500 Y2:531 This land is the property of Spain.
X1:124 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:531 lt will be the property of Mexico unless l hand them over to you.
X1:099 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:531 Santa Anna will respect the claims of you and the dons.
X1:129 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:531 The rest l have divided equally among the other dons.
X1:112 X2:598 Y1:500 Y2:531 Get the children out of the plaza.
X1:090 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:531 The children should not have to see the things we do.
X1:255 X2:454 Y1:456 Y2:525 l want to see! Put me down.
X1:306 X2:405 Y1:500 Y2:525 Zorro?
X1:191 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:525 l saw him. l saw Zorro. Come on.
X1:170 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Who are these men? - Who are they? No idea.
X1:235 X2:475 Y1:500 Y2:531 Three peasants.
X1:256 X2:455 Y1:500 Y2:525 Where is he?
X1:284 X2:425 Y1:500 Y2:525 Come on.
X1:140 X2:569 Y1:500 Y2:531 My thanks to you, gentlemen.
X1:154 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 Now, if you will excuse me, I'm missing my own party.
X1:294 X2:414 Y1:500 Y2:525 Kill him!
X1:064 X2:648 Y1:500 Y2:531 You would murder them to capture me?
X1:109 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:531 l would murder 1 00 innocent men if it meant killing you.
X1:134 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:529 Three men, three cuts. A memento of Mexico, Rafael.
X1:148 X2:561 Y1:500 Y2:531 To remind you not to return.
X1:128 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:531 Tornado, my old friend, you are getting too old for this.
X1:262 X2:449 Y1:500 Y2:529 Yes, me too.
X1:109 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Is she warm enough? - I put on an extra blanket, seņor.
X1:120 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:531 The good prince was not afraid. He fought off 1 00 guards.
X1:106 X2:605 Y1:456 Y2:531 And then, looking very handsome, he leapt onto the balcony.
X1:097 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:531 ''Would you kill three innocent men just to capture me?''
X1:310 X2:400 Y1:500 Y2:525 ''Yes.''
X1:132 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:525 Then lightning flashed and thunder shocked the land.
X1:133 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 The evil king glared at the good prince and said ...
X1:126 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Something very forgettable. - What did the good prince do?
X1:124 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:525 Well, he leapt from the balcony onto his faithful Tornado -
X1:086 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:531 - and raced home to his wife, Esperanza, and his daughter, Elena.
X1:203 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:531 Never to do anything so foolish again.
X1:129 X2:580 Y1:500 Y2:531 She loves to hear your stories.
X1:085 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:525 it's only the sound of my voice. Soon she will have no time for them.
X1:210 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:531 l never tire of them. Why should she?
X1:257 X2:451 Y1:500 Y2:531 Esperanza ...
X1:118 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:531 She already has your strength. Today she broke her clay horse.
X1:171 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:531 Diego ... Diego, you promised me.
X1:157 X2:552 Y1:500 Y2:531 No more nights waiting up.
X1:122 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:531 The Spaniards are going home. Today is Zorro's last ride.
X1:102 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:531 From now on we will grow old together with our five children.
X1:203 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Five? - Yeah. Not enough?
X1:280 X2:428 Y1:500 Y2:531 l love you.
X1:171 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:525 Doņa de la Vega ... Still as beautiful as ever.
X1:144 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:531 Don Rafael, what an honour. The governor in my home.
X1:155 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Stay for dinner. - l have come to apologise.
X1:109 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:531 l am sorry that l could not protect this country from the peasants.
X1:122 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:531 l am sorry that l will have to leave you without a husband.
X1:273 X2:437 Y1:500 Y2:525 Arrest him.
X1:166 X2:542 Y1:500 Y2:525 Blood never lies ... Zorro.
X1:120 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 You are a traitor to your country and your class. Take him away.
X1:316 X2:395 Y1:500 Y2:525 Wait.
X1:329 X2:378 Y1:500 Y2:525 No!
X1:189 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:531 l would never have let any harm come to her.
X1:122 X2:588 Y1:500 Y2:531 She was never yours to protect.
X1:293 X2:415 Y1:500 Y2:525 Elena ...
X1:137 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:531 You'll live with the knowledge that you have lost everything.
X1:103 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:531 You'll suffer knowing that your child should have been mine.
X1:308 X2:400 Y1:500 Y2:525 Elena!
X1:234 X2:474 Y1:456 Y2:525 Let me hold her. Let me hold her!
X1:302 X2:406 Y1:500 Y2:525 Rafael!
X1:153 X2:556 Y1:500 Y2:531 She has her mother's eyes.
X1:169 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:525 Rafael! You'll never be rid of me.
X1:170 X2:540 Y1:500 Y2:525 TWENTY YEARS LATER
X1:201 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:531 Stayed on their track bringing them back
X1:138 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:525 so pay the bounty now to me, 'cause ...
X1:283 X2:427 Y1:500 Y2:525 'cause .. ?
X1:181 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:531 nobody's tough as Jack nobody's tough as Jack
X1:135 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:531 Now you're getting there. Singing can lighten your load.
X1:175 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:531 Come one, come all, for the fright of your life.
X1:087 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:529 See the notorious Murrieta brothers. Robbers, horse thieves, -
X1:100 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:531 - bandits, people of the worst sort. Hey! Get out here.
X1:189 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:525 Garcia. The Murrieta brothers.
X1:249 X2:460 Y1:500 Y2:525 Get over here.
X1:254 X2:459 Y1:500 Y2:531 May l, friend?
X1:101 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:531 These men are now in the custody of Corporal Armando Garcia.
X1:081 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Claim your bounty in Tlaxco. - When bulls start wearing bloomers.
X1:116 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 - How much are we worth? - All figured ... about 200 pesos.
X1:157 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 200 pesos? That's it? A lousy 200 pesos apiece?
X1:122 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:531 - We are wasting time. - That's 200 for the both of you.
X1:193 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:529 What? Are you crazy? Don't take it, Jack.
X1:175 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:531 Touch my brother again, and I'll kill you.
X1:264 X2:446 Y1:500 Y2:529 Yes, he will.
X1:127 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l thought you were tied up. - That's because you're stupid.
X1:300 X2:408 Y1:500 Y2:531 Drop it.
X1:107 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:531 - They've got a box on the wagon. - We know. That's why we came.
X1:121 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:529 l, the legendary Three-Fingered Jack, ain't even mentioned.
X1:111 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:531 Ain't I the one that figured to kidnap the mayor?
X1:123 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:531 l am the backbone of this gang. Without me, it would fall apart.
X1:246 X2:464 Y1:500 Y2:531 Amigos, adiōs.
X1:329 X2:381 Y1:500 Y2:525 Go.
X1:301 X2:409 Y1:500 Y2:531 Get up.
X1:329 X2:381 Y1:500 Y2:525 Go.
X1:329 X2:381 Y1:500 Y2:525 Go.
X1:166 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:525 l want you to know l consider this an honour.
X1:142 X2:566 Y1:500 Y2:531 Bury the body. Bag the head.
X1:110 X2:600 Y1:500 Y2:531 Of course l have feelings for you.
X1:210 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:525 Yes, yes, but quick. Hide in the barn.
X1:259 X2:450 Y1:500 Y2:531 He's coming.
X1:078 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:531 What do you want? Please don't touch me. Who are you?
X1:267 X2:440 Y1:500 Y2:525 Don Rafael!
X1:259 X2:450 Y1:500 Y2:525 Listen to me.
X1:094 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:529 lf any of you is, or ever was, that masked man known as Zorro, -
X1:196 X2:513 Y1:500 Y2:531 - reveal yourself now.
X1:283 X2:425 Y1:500 Y2:525 l'm Zorro!
X1:182 X2:527 Y1:456 Y2:531 - They took my mask ... - Silence, you old fool!
X1:184 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:531 l am Zorro! l am the man you want.
X1:118 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 Liar! Anyone can see you are too tall.
X1:174 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:525 Get him out of here before he starts to stink.
X1:226 X2:483 Y1:500 Y2:531 Did you find him?
X1:276 X2:432 Y1:500 Y2:525 He's dead.
X1:085 X2:624 Y1:500 Y2:531 Back to the boat. l need some sleep.
X1:153 X2:555 Y1:500 Y2:531 The governor has returned!
X1:135 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Luiz ... - Rafael, it has been too long.
X1:102 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Too long. - You used to favour me above all.
X1:136 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 Consider this a fool's apology for ever doubting you.
X1:097 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 Come. A crowd has gathered to greet you.
X1:182 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:529 - Don Pedro. - Don Rafael, welcome.
X1:267 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:525 Don Hector. Don Julio.
X1:270 X2:440 Y1:500 Y2:525 Gentlemen.
X1:241 X2:468 Y1:500 Y2:531 Please, please.
X1:138 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:531 You are not happy to see me, so let us all stop pretending.
X1:123 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:531 l know that you have been paid, even threatened, to greet me.
X1:105 X2:604 Y1:500 Y2:531 l understand exactly how you feel.
X1:159 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:531 Why should you care about any of your leaders?
X1:130 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:531 The Spaniards oppressed you, the Mexicans ignored you.
X1:234 X2:477 Y1:500 Y2:525 And the dons ..?
X1:182 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:531 The dons seem content to cheat and lie to you.
X1:154 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:531 Who, in your entire history, has ever helped you?
X1:152 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:531 Zorro! Zorro fought for the people.
X1:257 X2:453 Y1:500 Y2:529 Yes, Zorro ...
X1:172 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:531 Where is he now, Padre, your masked friend?
X1:083 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:531 He hasn't shown himself in 20 years. 20 years!
X1:123 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:531 The time has come to take our destiny into our own hands.
X1:129 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:525 Not as Spaniards or Mexicans, but as Californians.
X1:140 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:525 l stand here before you today with no mask.
X1:139 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:531 Only a solemn pledge that l will never abandon you.
X1:179 X2:532 Y1:500 Y2:531 And you have my word -
X1:135 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 - that l will help you fight for an independent California.
X1:287 X2:421 Y1:500 Y2:525 Father ...
X1:114 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:531 Gentlemen, allow me to introduce my daughter, Elena.
X1:274 X2:435 Y1:500 Y2:531 Thank you.
X1:118 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l know the scent of this flower. - it's called romneya.
X1:130 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:531 But it only grows in California, and this is your first visit here.
X1:251 X2:459 Y1:500 Y2:531 More whiskey.
X1:156 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Or whatever you call this. - Money first.
X1:269 X2:440 Y1:500 Y2:531 Money first.
X1:315 X2:394 Y1:500 Y2:525 Wait!
X1:218 X2:492 Y1:456 Y2:525 - What about this? - Silver!
X1:228 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:525 Of course, silver. The finest.
X1:150 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Where did you get that? - lt's none of your business.
X1:197 X2:515 Y1:500 Y2:531 Where did you get it?
X1:210 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:525 lt was my brother's. He is dead.
X1:153 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:531 - I'm sorry. - Why should you be sorry?
X1:147 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:531 Don't trade it for a mere glass of whiskey.
X1:164 X2:547 Y1:500 Y2:531 You think l could get two?
X1:261 X2:450 Y1:500 Y2:525 Who is that?
X1:111 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:531 - The man who killed my brother. - You're in no condition to fight.
X1:149 X2:561 Y1:500 Y2:531 Get out of my way, old man.
X1:128 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:525 Would you care to try again ..? You're welcome.
X1:197 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:531 - For what? - For saving your life.
X1:171 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:529 - l would have killed him. - No, he's trained to kill.
X1:142 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:531 You seem trained to drink. You would have died quickly.
X1:075 X2:636 Y1:500 Y2:531 Who then would avenge your brother?
X1:128 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l have never lost a fight. - Except to a crippled old man.
X1:196 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:531 - What is your name? - Alejandro.
X1:169 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:531 ''When the pupil is ready, the master will appear.''
X1:085 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:531 lf you want to kill this man l can teach you how to take revenge.
X1:091 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:531 - And live to celebrate it. - Why are you so eager to help me?
X1:107 X2:602 Y1:500 Y2:531 Because once, a long time ago ...
X1:152 X2:556 Y1:500 Y2:531 ... you did the same for me.
X1:118 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:531 l can't believe it. l never thought that l would be standing here.
X1:126 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:531 - In the lair of Zorro. - it was devoted to his training.
X1:113 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:531 Where were you all these years? l thought you were dead.
X1:156 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:525 l was dead. And we will leave it at that.
X1:095 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 l remember the last time l saw you. You were fighting 1 00 men.
X1:104 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:525 You were the greatest swordsman who ever lived.
X1:122 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:531 Montero was the governor then. Do you remember him?
X1:183 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:531 Rafael Montero. Do you remember him?
X1:135 X2:575 Y1:500 Y2:531 Yes. His soldiers killed many.
X1:108 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:531 And he was the sworn enemy of Zorro ... You.
X1:164 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Montero has come back. - Then you can kill him.
X1:078 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:531 No, there are too many complications for me to ignore.
X1:200 X2:512 Y1:500 Y2:531 What complications?
X1:151 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:531 l can see we are not going to spend much time talking.
X1:165 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:529 Montero has some design for California, -
X1:134 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 - otherwise he would not have hired Captain Love.
X1:122 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:525 - We must find out what that is. - And then what?
X1:146 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:531 lf you are ready, we will both tempt our fates.
X1:250 X2:459 Y1:500 Y2:531 Let's go, then.
X1:124 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Do you know how to use that? - it goes into the other man.
X1:103 X2:606 Y1:500 Y2:531 This is going to take a lot of work.
X1:129 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:531 This is called a training circle. it will be your world, your life.
X1:142 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:531 Till l tell you otherwise, there is nothing outside of it.
X1:151 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:531 Captain Love does not exist until l say he exists.
X1:132 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:531 As your skill improves you will progress to a smaller circle.
X1:156 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:525 Each new circle brings you closer to retribution.
X1:237 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:525 - l like that part. - Shall we?
X1:220 X2:489 Y1:456 Y2:525 Slow. Attack slow. Attack.
X1:217 X2:492 Y1:500 Y2:531 Slow. Again. Slow.
X1:238 X2:471 Y1:500 Y2:531 Slowly ... Good.
X1:197 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Good. That is good. - Thank you.
X1:304 X2:406 Y1:500 Y2:525 Attack.
X1:311 X2:399 Y1:500 Y2:525 Good.
X1:232 X2:477 Y1:500 Y2:525 Time for a drink.
X1:207 X2:502 Y1:500 Y2:531 Perfect. Do it again.
X1:235 X2:473 Y1:500 Y2:529 One, five, three!
X1:253 X2:456 Y1:500 Y2:529 Six, four, two!
X1:276 X2:434 Y1:500 Y2:531 And lunge.
X1:190 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:531 Lesson number one ... Never attack in anger.
X1:191 X2:517 Y1:500 Y2:525 Lesson number two ...
X1:234 X2:476 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Come with me. - What?
X1:101 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:531 - So what is lesson number three? - To get to lesson number four.
X1:304 X2:407 Y1:500 Y2:531 Again?
X1:117 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Black Andalusian. Magnificent. - it looks like your old horse.
X1:264 X2:446 Y1:500 Y2:531 Quiet, quiet.
X1:085 X2:625 Y1:500 Y2:531 Damned horse. What are you doing?
X1:215 X2:493 Y1:500 Y2:531 I'll see you tonight.
X1:118 X2:593 Y1:500 Y2:531 Zorro, you look better than ever.
X1:118 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:532 Be careful, seņorita, there are dangerous men about.
X1:165 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:531 lf you see any, be sure to point them out.
X1:091 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:531 Listen. I'm going to give you the great honour of being my horse.
X1:251 X2:459 Y1:500 Y2:531 Quiet, please!
X1:191 X2:520 Y1:500 Y2:531 We are like one spirit.
X1:316 X2:392 Y1:500 Y2:531 Stop!
X1:272 X2:436 Y1:500 Y2:531 Go, go, go!
X1:291 X2:417 Y1:500 Y2:525 Get him!
X1:294 X2:414 Y1:500 Y2:525 Kill him.
X1:168 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:531 Zorro! The legend has returned!
X1:127 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:531 - You don't know me, Father ... - Zorro! Of course l know you.
X1:111 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:531 ls it really you? The years have been kind to you.
X1:161 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:531 l have no time to talk now. Father, please, hide me.
X1:171 X2:538 Y1:500 Y2:531 it's just like the old days.
X1:191 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:531 Padre, is that you? ls everything all right?
X1:099 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:525 Don't worry, my dear. You are safe in the house of the Lord.
X1:224 X2:485 Y1:500 Y2:529 Of course, Padre.
X1:168 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:531 it has been three days since my last confession.
X1:149 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:531 Three days? Come back when you've had more time.
X1:209 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:529 - Excuse me? - Listen, seņorita ...
X1:249 X2:460 Y1:500 Y2:531 Please, go on.
X1:100 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l broke the fourth commandment. - Did you kill somebody?
X1:076 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:525 - That's not the fourth commandment. - Of course not.
X1:087 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:525 ln what way did you break the most sacred of commandments?
X1:121 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l dishonoured my father. - Maybe your father deserved it.
X1:124 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:531 - What did you say? - l said, tell me more, my child.
X1:095 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:531 l try to behave the way my father would like me to.
X1:165 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:525 - But my heart is too wild. - Too wild?
X1:134 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Yes. - Could you be more specific?
X1:093 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:525 l had impure thoughts about a man. He wore a black mask.
X1:184 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:525 - He had a deep voice? - Yes.
X1:148 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Ruggedly handsome? - His face was half-covered.
X1:165 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:531 But something in his eyes captured me.
X1:177 X2:532 Y1:500 Y2:525 l felt warm and feverish.
X1:296 X2:413 Y1:500 Y2:525 Lustful?
X1:267 X2:444 Y1:500 Y2:529 Yes, lustful.
X1:268 X2:441 Y1:500 Y2:531 Forgive me.
X1:260 X2:448 Y1:500 Y2:531 l forgive you.
X1:227 X2:481 Y1:500 Y2:531 Look by the altar.
X1:117 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:531 Search everything. The chapel, the rectory, all of it.
X1:095 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:531 - This is a house of God. - We'll be gone when he gets back.
X1:135 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:532 Seņorita, you have done nothing wrong.
X1:135 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 The only sin would be to deny what your heart truly feels.
X1:290 X2:418 Y1:500 Y2:531 Now, go.
X1:308 X2:400 Y1:500 Y2:525 Elena.
X1:153 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:531 - What are you doing here? - l was confessing.
X1:219 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:531 To whom? The priest is here.
X1:156 X2:554 Y1:500 Y2:529 Stand back, Elena. Please.
X1:116 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 Out of respect for Miss Montero, I'll deal with you later.
X1:215 X2:494 Y1:500 Y2:525 Horse! Come here.
X1:169 X2:538 Y1:500 Y2:525 Blackie! Thunder! Storm!
X1:148 X2:561 Y1:500 Y2:531 Stupido! Get over here now!
X1:197 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:531 l warn you. I'll get another horse.
X1:327 X2:384 Y1:500 Y2:525 So?
X1:213 X2:498 Y1:500 Y2:531 What do you think?
X1:156 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:525 Sir, l got the black stallion, l carved a ''Z'' ...
X1:154 X2:554 Y1:500 Y2:531 People know Zorro is back.
X1:079 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:531 You think stealing a horse makes you worthy enough to wear that mask?
X1:275 X2:434 Y1:500 Y2:525 Be careful.
X1:171 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:531 You're a thief, Alejandro. A pitiful clown.
X1:102 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:531 Zorro was a servant of the people, not a seeker of fame like you.
X1:280 X2:431 Y1:500 Y2:525 A buffoon.
X1:139 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Zorro did what was needed. - Now he is needed again.
X1:120 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:531 l didn't ask for your help, but l came here to learn how to fight.
X1:083 X2:626 Y1:500 Y2:531 To have your strength, your courage.
X1:150 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:531 Now when l try to use them, you slap me down?
X1:155 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 Let me tell you something. l am tired of your lecturing.
X1:153 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:531 l am tired of waiting for you to tell me l am ready.
X1:126 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:525 l have my own scores to settle, a new life to find.
X1:156 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:531 l thought l could do it here, but l was wrong.
X1:279 X2:430 Y1:500 Y2:531 Alejandro!
X1:284 X2:429 Y1:500 Y2:531 En garde!
X1:196 X2:513 Y1:500 Y2:531 Choose your weapon.
X1:135 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:531 Montero has invited every don in California to a banquet.
X1:152 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:531 lf you want to be of service, you can join them as a spy.
X1:108 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l think l do not understand, sir. - Your skill is growing, Alejandro.
X1:133 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:531 But l must give you something which is beyond your reach.
X1:245 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:525 - What is that? - Charm.
X1:227 X2:484 Y1:500 Y2:525 And what is that?
X1:161 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:531 Convince Montero that you are a gentleman -
X1:210 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:525 - and he will let you into his circle.
X1:325 X2:386 Y1:500 Y2:525 Me?
X1:254 X2:458 Y1:500 Y2:531 A gentleman?
X1:145 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:525 - This will take a lot of work. - Yes ...
X1:137 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:531 Look at me. This is the most stupid thing l have ever done.
X1:102 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l doubt that. - We will never get away with this.
X1:101 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:531 Yes, we will. A nobleman just says one thing and thinks another.
X1:101 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:525 - What if Montero recognises you? - Montero is a true nobleman.
X1:151 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:531 He will never look a servant in the eye. Listen to me.
X1:258 X2:449 Y1:500 Y2:525 Listen to me!
X1:106 X2:605 Y1:456 Y2:531 Most important thing of all, do not let the dons leave without you.
X1:209 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Good luck tonight. - Thank you.
X1:224 X2:486 Y1:456 Y2:525 Stand up straight. Charm.
X1:301 X2:408 Y1:500 Y2:525 Charm.
X1:089 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:531 Don Rafael Montero? Don Alejandro del Castillo y Garcia.
X1:140 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:531 The formal Spanish greeting. l have not seen that in years.
X1:160 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:531 - My father was very strict. - Who is your father?
X1:096 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Don Bartolo del Castillo. - Unfortunately, I've never met him.
X1:130 X2:579 Y1:500 Y2:531 l arrived last week from Spain.
X1:200 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:531 l am inspecting my family's holdings.
X1:133 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 Queen Isabella of Spain has been very generous to us.
X1:188 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:531 Very impressive. What brings you here?
X1:087 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:531 l heard you were back in California, and the Queen speaks highly of you.
X1:098 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:525 l thought l fell out of favour with the court when California was lost.
X1:188 X2:522 Y1:500 Y2:531 Only in certain circles.
X1:082 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:531 Her Majesty knows those unfortunate events were no fault of yours.
X1:107 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:531 She told me this is still a land of opportunity for a man of vision.
X1:102 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:525 - And you are a man of vision? - l am a man in search of a vision.
X1:142 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:531 But my timing is unfortunate. Perhaps l could call again?
X1:184 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:531 No, it would honour me for you to join us.
X1:179 X2:528 Y1:500 Y2:529 No, it would honour me.
X1:141 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:531 Please allow me to introduce my daughter, Elena.
X1:283 X2:426 Y1:500 Y2:525 Charmed.
X1:094 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:529 I'm afraid l have brought no gift for the hostess, but wait a moment.
X1:260 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Thank you. - A pleasure.
X1:150 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:525 Bernardo, pick up your feet. Seņorita. Caballero.
X1:245 X2:463 Y1:500 Y2:531 Don Alejandro.
X1:121 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:531 - We would like you to join us. - l would be delighted, seņorita.
X1:216 X2:495 Y1:500 Y2:531 Ah, Don Alejandro.
X1:089 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:531 Gentlemen, allow me to introduce Don Alejandro del Castillo y Garcia.
X1:130 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:531 This is Captain Harrison Love. Not a don, but a kindred spirit.
X1:079 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:531 Are you not the man who was chasing a legendary bandit?
X1:158 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:531 - He was hardly legendary. - Was he caught?
X1:119 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:531 - it's only a matter of time. - The bandit may have escaped.
X1:114 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:531 But the rest of us will think twice before going to confession.
X1:274 X2:435 Y1:500 Y2:531 Thank you.
X1:147 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:531 Don Hector, l disagree. Until these people are free -
X1:112 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l think we will see many more Z's carved into walls.
X1:103 X2:607 Y1:500 Y2:531 Don Alejandro, what do you think?
X1:090 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:531 l think ... Sheep will always need a shepherd.
X1:154 X2:554 Y1:500 Y2:525 But not this Zorro creature.
X1:146 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:525 He probably wears the mask to hide his bald head.
X1:130 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:529 - Some would call him heroic. - Heroism, a romantic illusion.
X1:182 X2:527 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Much like nobility. - Elena, that is enough.
X1:100 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:525 Heroism is something to aspire to, not sneer at.
X1:164 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:531 All that shooting guns, racing around on horses -
X1:096 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:531 - gives me a frightful headache. it's hardly the work of a gentleman.
X1:109 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:531 What is? Climbing in and out of carriages?
X1:103 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:531 No, but increasing one's holdings so as to provide comfort to ladies.
X1:227 X2:482 Y1:500 Y2:531 Such as yourself.
X1:146 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:531 A woman's grasp of politics. What can l say?
X1:084 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:531 We are at a party, aren't we? May l have the honour of this dance?
X1:219 X2:489 Y1:500 Y2:531 l would be glad to.
X1:100 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Were you looking for something? - The miraculous in everyday life.
X1:108 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:531 Oh, really? Look someplace else. We were trying to dance.
X1:199 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:531 You were trying. She was succeeding.
X1:201 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:531 Forgive me, Captain. A shameless joke.
X1:108 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:531 l hope it will not be the last. Don Rafael wants you back. Now.
X1:075 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:531 Should we try something more robust, or do you feel unequal to the task?
X1:209 X2:500 Y1:500 Y2:531 No, on the contrary.
X1:156 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:531 l think only of your distaste for perspiration.
X1:115 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:531 That is the way they are dancing in Madrid these days.
X1:098 X2:613 Y1:500 Y2:531 Your daughter is a spirited dancer.
X1:162 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:531 ''Spirited''. Thank you for putting it so delicately.
X1:125 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:529 - l apologise if you're offended. - No, no, no ...
X1:100 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:531 She is young and impulsive, but her beauty is beyond compare.
X1:174 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:531 And she has her father's commanding presence.
X1:252 X2:455 Y1:500 Y2:525 Don Rafael ..!
X1:154 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:529 As an advisor to the Queen in matters of finance, -
X1:133 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:531 - it would be my pleasure to introduce you both at court.
X1:094 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:531 Join us in the courtyard. There is something l want to share with you.
X1:292 X2:419 Y1:500 Y2:525 A vision.
X1:246 X2:462 Y1:500 Y2:525 Fellow dons ...
X1:143 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:531 All of us can recall the years when we ruled this country.
X1:086 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:531 We commanded respect and amassed a great deal of wealth.
X1:172 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:531 But we never determined our own destiny.
X1:089 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:531 The time has come to claim what always should have been ours.
X1:259 X2:450 Y1:500 Y2:531 My friends ...
X1:162 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:531 l give you the independent Republic of California.
X1:080 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:531 Every man here owes you something. The land we got made us wealthy.
X1:093 X2:616 Y1:500 Y2:531 But we must question your motives.
X1:149 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:531 The day you arrived, you made us look like fools.
X1:093 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l was merely playing to the crowd. - And what are you doing now?
X1:162 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:531 You want us to raise arms against Santa Anna.
X1:097 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:531 - You know we couldn't defeat him. - l wasn't suggesting a fight.
X1:123 X2:586 Y1:500 Y2:531 l was suggesting that we buy it.
X1:094 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:525 Santa Anna is waging an expensive war with the United States.
X1:108 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:531 Even if we combined our fortunes we could not buy this country.
X1:119 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:531 - l already have a deal with him. - You are living in a dream.
X1:112 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:531 And why don't we all live in the same dream together?
X1:082 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:531 Meet me here tomorrow for a journey that will lay your doubts to rest.
X1:179 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:525 My friends, l give you ... El Dorado!
X1:092 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:531 Fortunately, Santa Anna is unaware of the existence of all his gold.
X1:132 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:531 These bars have been marked with the Spanish seal.
X1:136 X2:574 Y1:500 Y2:531 ls it becoming clearer to you?
X1:126 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:531 Two days from now we will buy this country from Santa Anna.
X1:111 X2:600 Y1:500 Y2:531 With gold dug from his own land.
X1:096 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Where did you find these people? - Anywhere we wanted.
X1:293 X2:416 Y1:500 Y2:525 Brilliant.
X1:094 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 it's part of the mining process. First we picked it up, now we blast.
X1:129 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:525 So, this is the future of California?
X1:191 X2:519 Y1:500 Y2:531 This is my vision, yes.
X1:130 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:531 Up here. Ain't you a sight for sore eyes!
X1:134 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 Full-grown vultures walking around like real folks.
X1:145 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:525 Welcome. Welcome to hell's outhouse.
X1:096 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 They call us the disappeared ones, but we ain't exactly disappeared.
X1:174 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:531 - We're just hard to find. - Wait! You. l know you.
X1:142 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:531 You bet you do, peckerwood. l'm Three-Fingered Jack.
X1:103 X2:609 Y1:500 Y2:531 And you're a bunch of murderers -
X1:171 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:531 - dressed up in fancy, sweet-smelling doodads.
X1:110 X2:599 Y1:500 Y2:531 Ignore him. He's a common thief.
X1:139 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:531 As common as they come. But nothing compared to you.
X1:148 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:531 l steal gold and money. But you steal people's lives.
X1:091 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:531 So damn you! And damn the horse that brung you.
X1:257 X2:453 Y1:500 Y2:525 Peckerwood?
X1:074 X2:635 Y1:500 Y2:531 ls there something amusing, Captain?
X1:235 X2:474 Y1:500 Y2:531 Strange, I'd say.
X1:097 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 l have twice shot this man while he was flying through the air.
X1:142 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:531 Don Alejandro! l need to speak to you alone.
X1:148 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Some other time, perhaps. - Today. Alone.
X1:158 X2:551 Y1:500 Y2:529 Good afternoon, Bernardo.
X1:166 X2:543 Y1:500 Y2:530 Good afternoon, seņorita.
X1:158 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Your voice is so calming. - He's high-spirited.
X1:220 X2:490 Y1:500 Y2:529 Yes, l understand.
X1:163 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:531 How long have you served Don Alejandro?
X1:103 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:531 Sometimes it seems interminable. Sorry.
X1:153 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:525 Do not worry, Bernardo. He will not hear it from me.
X1:146 X2:562 Y1:500 Y2:531 Don Alejandro confuses me.
X1:172 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:531 Sometimes he seems so arrogant, so superior.
X1:104 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:531 And yet the way he looks at me and the way he dances with me ...
X1:137 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:531 As if he were two completely different men.
X1:084 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:531 - You look so much like your mother. - How would you know that?
X1:155 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 Well ... l don't see much of Don Rafael in you.
X1:198 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:525 My father wishes l acted more like her.
X1:126 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:525 - She was very proper. - ls that how he describes her?
X1:154 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Yes. But l don't believe it. - She was more like you.
X1:110 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:531 Perhaps. it would be a way of knowing her.
X1:093 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:532 My niņera told me that the departed can see you in the moonlight.
X1:092 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:531 When l was young l sneaked out at night and rode across Andalusia.
X1:135 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:525 l would wave at the skies so she would know it was me.
X1:207 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:531 - How did she die? - Giving birth to me.
X1:130 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:531 My father rarely speaks of her. l think he finds it too painful.
X1:307 X2:403 Y1:500 Y2:525 Yes ...
X1:205 X2:504 Y1:456 Y2:525 l know what it is like to lose a loved one.
X1:192 X2:519 Y1:500 Y2:531 A daughter. Long ago.
X1:138 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:525 When l see you, l remember what it felt like to be a father.
X1:081 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Your mother would be proud of you. - Thank you.
X1:163 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:525 l have to ask you ... Have we ever met before?
X1:136 X2:574 Y1:500 Y2:531 No, why would you think that?
X1:135 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:525 it's strange ... Your voice seems so familiar.
X1:150 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:531 l haven't been to Spain since before you were born.
X1:124 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:531 Of course. Well, it's a very pleasant voice.
X1:274 X2:435 Y1:500 Y2:531 Thank you.
X1:192 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Good day, Bernardo. - Good day ...
X1:288 X2:419 Y1:500 Y2:525 ... Elena.
X1:081 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:525 Did you know that the Compa Indians used to cannibalise their enemies?
X1:108 X2:602 Y1:500 Y2:531 The eyes were most sought after.
X1:098 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:531 To be able to see through the eyes of an enemy is a valuable thing.
X1:090 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:531 Where are my manners? Would you care for something to drink?
X1:147 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:531 No? A different vintage perhaps?
X1:164 X2:547 Y1:500 Y2:531 You're a very sick person.
X1:102 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:531 Heads and hands in jars must strike you as odd, l suppose.
X1:091 X2:619 Y1:500 Y2:531 You ought to fire your housekeeper.
X1:260 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Who is he? - An enemy.
X1:138 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:525 He has a brother who will share the same fate.
X1:242 X2:467 Y1:500 Y2:531 l wish you luck.
X1:145 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:525 - To your health. - Murrieta's brother or not ...
X1:080 X2:631 Y1:500 Y2:531 You are more than you pretend to be.
X1:103 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:531 Maybe someday l will see what l look like through your eyes.
X1:254 X2:455 Y1:500 Y2:525 lt is beautiful.
X1:178 X2:531 Y1:500 Y2:525 How much does it cost?
X1:169 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:531 lt is a gift, she says, in honour of your mother.
X1:174 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:525 - She loved your mother. - She must be mistaken.
X1:103 X2:606 Y1:500 Y2:531 My mother died long ago in Spain.
X1:089 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:531 She says you are the daughter of Esperanza and Diego de la Vega.
X1:130 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:531 She was your nanny. She hung flowers on your crib.
X1:149 X2:560 Y1:500 Y2:531 I'm sorry, l cannot accept it.
X1:265 X2:446 Y1:500 Y2:531 Alejandro ...
X1:154 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:531 Listen to me. Can you find your way back to the mine?
X1:330 X2:379 Y1:500 Y2:525 No.
X1:127 X2:582 Y1:500 Y2:525 The windows were all covered.
X1:133 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:525 - He didn't trust his own dons. - Nor would l.
X1:134 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:531 You must break into the chest in Montero's study.
X1:128 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Find out what his plans are. - People in the mine are dying.
X1:165 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:531 And all l can think of is ... Captain Love.
X1:145 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:531 He will come into your circle soon enough.
X1:099 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:525 - l miss my brother. - Your brother's dead. Put it aside.
X1:314 X2:395 Y1:500 Y2:525 How?
X1:143 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:525 How can l do what is needed when all l feel is ... hate?
X1:271 X2:440 Y1:500 Y2:525 You hide it.
X1:284 X2:427 Y1:500 Y2:525 With this.
X1:093 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:531 Santa Anna has agreed to the transfer the day after tomorrow.
X1:137 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:525 He insists we deliver the gold five miles north of town.
X1:103 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:531 it's a safe distance from the mine. l don't foresee a problem.
X1:166 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:529 Tell him we agree. You have done well, Luiz.
X1:189 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:531 To the independent Republic of California.
X1:267 X2:440 Y1:500 Y2:525 Don Rafael!
X1:129 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:531 You sent men to the hills? Doubled the guard at the wall?
X1:116 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 - After all, it's only one man. - it isn't just one man. it's Zorro.
X1:125 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:525 And he knows about the mine. Otherwise he wouldn't be here.
X1:159 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:525 - How could he possibly ... - it doesn't matter how.
X1:109 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:525 lf Santa Anna finds out about this he will have us butchered.
X1:208 X2:502 Y1:500 Y2:531 Do you understand?
X1:076 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:531 Then we should destroy the evidence. Set explosives. Bury the mine.
X1:134 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:531 - And the workers? - We destroy all the evidence.
X1:149 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:531 Make sure those papers are locked up.
X1:296 X2:413 Y1:500 Y2:525 Guards!
X1:156 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 - The much-debated Zorro. - No. The legendary Zorro.
X1:175 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:525 Put down your weapons! Tell them.
X1:246 X2:463 Y1:500 Y2:531 Do as he says.
X1:283 X2:428 Y1:500 Y2:525 Allow me.
X1:264 X2:446 Y1:500 Y2:531 Come. Stop.
X1:226 X2:482 Y1:500 Y2:525 Face the window.
X1:078 X2:630 Y1:500 Y2:531 Now, bend down and touch your toes.
X1:276 X2:432 Y1:500 Y2:525 Bend over!
X1:163 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:531 Excuse me, Captain Love. Thank you.
X1:294 X2:414 Y1:500 Y2:525 Kill him!
X1:194 X2:514 Y1:500 Y2:532 Good morning, seņor.
X1:165 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Good morning, seņorita. - Give it back.
X1:132 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:531 Whatever it is you have stolen from my father, give it to me.
X1:330 X2:379 Y1:500 Y2:525 No.
X1:250 X2:460 Y1:500 Y2:525 Come on now.
X1:107 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:531 l don't have the time to give you the proper instruction.
X1:115 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:525 l have had the proper instruction since l was four.
X1:293 X2:416 Y1:500 Y2:525 Not bad.
X1:251 X2:458 Y1:500 Y2:525 Not bad at all.
X1:126 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:525 This will make it more difficult. Seņorita ...
X1:268 X2:441 Y1:500 Y2:525 Don't move.
X1:208 X2:503 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Do you surrender? - Never.
X1:211 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:525 - But l may scream. - l understand.
X1:139 X2:570 Y1:500 Y2:525 Sometimes l have that effect.
X1:270 X2:439 Y1:500 Y2:525 Excuse me.
X1:215 X2:493 Y1:500 Y2:532 Goodbye, seņorita.
X1:155 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:531 - What happened? - l fought Zorro and he left.
X1:081 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Did you recognise him? - No, but he was young and vigorous.
X1:124 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:531 - He was very vigorous, Father. - Vigorous?
X1:322 X2:388 Y1:500 Y2:525 Yes.
X1:291 X2:416 Y1:500 Y2:531 Let's go!
X1:328 X2:380 Y1:500 Y2:525 Go!
X1:162 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:525 Here. This is the canyon. That is where the mine is.
X1:112 X2:597 Y1:500 Y2:531 They have 25-30 guards at most.
X1:087 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Nothing that Zorro can't overcome. - I'm not going with you.
X1:189 X2:519 Y1:500 Y2:531 I'm not going with you.
X1:139 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:531 There's something l must do. it's a personal matter.
X1:117 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:531 - And the prisoners? - There's nothing more l can do.
X1:181 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Nothing you will do? - l gave my life to them.
X1:069 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:531 My wife was murdered before my eyes, and my child was raised by my enemy.
X1:287 X2:424 Y1:500 Y2:525 Montero?
X1:293 X2:415 Y1:500 Y2:525 Elena ...
X1:192 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:525 - She's your daughter. - She was.
X1:106 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:531 So, you will simply take your revenge.
X1:093 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:531 No, my daughter. And don't pretend she means nothing to you.
X1:115 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:531 She does. But you taught me to see beyond personal feelings.
X1:099 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Was that all a lie? - You are too young to understand.
X1:125 X2:585 Y1:500 Y2:531 To understand what? Betrayal?
X1:143 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:529 All the work, all the training, all the wise words, for what?
X1:117 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:531 To smile in the face of a killer while you make your own plans?
X1:127 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:531 l taught you everything you need to survive.
X1:110 X2:599 Y1:500 Y2:531 Now l must look to my own heart.
X1:115 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:531 Elena is all l have left. l am not going to lose her again.
X1:179 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:531 What about California? What about the people?
X1:198 X2:512 Y1:500 Y2:531 They still have Zorro.
X1:106 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:525 Every inch of the countryside is covered. lf he shows himself ...
X1:143 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Are you all right? - ls your army ready to fight?
X1:185 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:531 - No, sir. - Then I'm not all right.
X1:094 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:531 I'm beginning to wonder if you want this operation to succeed at all.
X1:091 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:531 l think my horse could run this army better than you.
X1:223 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:525 l said I'll find him. That means l will.
X1:094 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:531 Perhaps l can save you the trouble. Go on, reach for it, Captain.
X1:119 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Who are you? - l warned you long ago, Rafael.
X1:123 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:531 - You would never be rid of me. - De la Vega.
X1:130 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Rafael ... - it wasn't you l saw last night.
X1:162 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:525 - That was Don Alejandro. - Yes.
X1:136 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:531 But many would proudly wear the mask.
X1:112 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:531 Either way, events have been set in motion that you cannot stop.
X1:176 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:525 I'm not here to stop you. Call for Elena.
X1:292 X2:418 Y1:500 Y2:525 Call her.
X1:087 X2:623 Y1:500 Y2:531 Captain ... Bring my daughter to me.
X1:235 X2:472 Y1:500 Y2:531 Bring her to me!
X1:087 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:525 You cannot imagine how l have dreamed of this moment.
X1:139 X2:569 Y1:500 Y2:531 Night and day, 20 long years.
X1:103 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:531 Really? l didn't give you a second thought.
X1:122 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:525 - lf l die, the truth dies with me. - We shall see.
X1:118 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:529 - Bernardo, what are you doing? - Tell her, Rafael.
X1:119 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Tell me what? - Tell her who her real father is.
X1:214 X2:498 Y1:500 Y2:531 What is he saying?
X1:108 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:531 This man lost a daughter once and now he seeks to claim you ...
X1:136 X2:573 Y1:500 Y2:525 Tell her how her mother died.
X1:107 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:525 Your daughter is lost, de la Vega. You cannot have mine.
X1:250 X2:460 Y1:500 Y2:531 De la Vega ..?
X1:113 X2:597 Y1:500 Y2:529 A woman in town, she told me ...
X1:219 X2:490 Y1:500 Y2:531 Diego de la Vega?
X1:298 X2:411 Y1:500 Y2:525 Father?
X1:118 X2:591 Y1:500 Y2:531 His name is of no consequence.
X1:132 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:532 l was told my niņera used to hang something on my crib.
X1:121 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:531 Yes, she had her hang fresh flowers.
X1:329 X2:378 Y1:500 Y2:525 No!
X1:143 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:531 Let us finish what we started the night Esperanza died.
X1:125 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:531 Drop your sword or l will have no choice but to have you shot.
X1:080 X2:629 Y1:500 Y2:531 Even in the presence of my daughter.
X1:300 X2:409 Y1:500 Y2:525 Please.
X1:137 X2:573 Y1:500 Y2:531 They were flowers. Romneya.
X1:287 X2:421 Y1:500 Y2:525 Rafael ...
X1:271 X2:439 Y1:500 Y2:525 She knows.
X1:305 X2:405 Y1:500 Y2:525 Water!
X1:251 X2:457 Y1:500 Y2:531 Lock them up!
X1:187 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:531 The fuses are burning. Hurry it up.
X1:291 X2:416 Y1:500 Y2:531 Let's go!
X1:277 X2:432 Y1:500 Y2:525 Wait here!
X1:139 X2:570 Y1:500 Y2:531 Secure the wagon, stay alert.
X1:258 X2:452 Y1:456 Y2:525 - De la Vega. - Rafael.
X1:217 X2:493 Y1:500 Y2:531 Only one question.
X1:196 X2:513 Y1:500 Y2:531 Really? What is that?
X1:175 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:531 How would you like your remains displayed?
X1:170 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Now l'm free to kill you. - No!
X1:178 X2:531 Y1:500 Y2:531 Drop the sword. Drop it.
X1:109 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:531 You really think l would have killed my own child?
X1:223 X2:486 Y1:500 Y2:531 Did you miss me?
X1:201 X2:506 Y1:500 Y2:525 Elena! Get them out!
X1:190 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:525 - ''M'' ... for Murrieta. - Two men. One dead.
X1:116 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:531 You're doing well. Your brother would have shot himself by now.
X1:280 X2:431 Y1:500 Y2:531 Alejandro.
X1:128 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:531 - ls it finished? - Yes, Don Diego. it's finished.
X1:114 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:531 Not for Zorro. There will be other days, other battles to fight.
X1:151 X2:558 Y1:500 Y2:531 lt is your curse and destiny.
X1:199 X2:510 Y1:500 Y2:531 My beautiful Elena ...
X1:139 X2:570 Y1:500 Y2:531 The world is a strange place.
X1:157 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:525 - Now I'll lose you again. - You will never lose me ...
X1:302 X2:406 Y1:500 Y2:525 Father.
X1:169 X2:542 Y1:500 Y2:531 You are like your mother.
X1:269 X2:440 Y1:500 Y2:531 Same eyes.
X1:258 X2:452 Y1:500 Y2:525 Same mouth.
X1:266 X2:444 Y1:500 Y2:531 Same spirit.
X1:265 X2:446 Y1:500 Y2:531 Alejandro ...
X1:288 X2:419 Y1:500 Y2:525 ... Elena.
X1:187 X2:521 Y1:456 Y2:531 And so it was. Lightning split the sky.
X1:186 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:531 Thunder shook the air. And then all was quiet.
X1:161 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:531 The great warrior known as Zorro was gone.
X1:163 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:531 The people of the land gave him a hero's funeral.
X1:093 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:531 They came from far and wide to say farewell to the brave champion.
X1:125 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:531 But, little Joaquin, whenever great deeds are remembered, -
X1:104 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:531 - your grandfather will live on. For there must always be a Zorro.
X1:103 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:531 And someday, when he is needed, we will see him again.
X1:112 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:531 On Tornado, riding like the wind. His sword blazing in the sun.
X1:124 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:531 Leaping, jumping ... Fighting like a lion, like a tiger!
X1:275 X2:433 Y1:500 Y2:531 Fighting ...
X1:175 X2:533 Y1:500 Y2:531 ... as safely as possible.
X1:145 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:531 ls this your idea of putting the baby to sleep?
X1:208 X2:501 Y1:500 Y2:531 Sleep tight, my son.
X1:200 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:525 When l sleep, l will dream of Zorro.
X1:129 X2:581 Y1:500 Y2:531 But what face shall l give him?
X1:092 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:531 He has been many different men, but he has loved you as all of them.
X1:131 X2:578 Y1:500 Y2:525 How can l refuse such a man?
X1:100 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:531 - Do you know where he might be? - Zorro could be anywhere.
X1:172 X2:538 Y1:500 Y2:531 There, there, my darling.
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