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by Johnston McCulley

ePub Zorro: The Master Edition (Zorro the Masters Edition) download
Author:
Johnston McCulley
ISBN13:
978-1891729225
ISBN:
1891729225
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Publisher:
Pulp Adventures; Revised edition (May 1, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Literary
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1959 kb
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1747 kb
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by. McCulley, Johnston, 1883-1958. Ocr. ABBYY FineReader .

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The Mark of Zorro has inspired countless films and television adventures. Is it my fate always to hear that name?

The Mark of Zorro has inspired countless films and television adventures. Now read how the legend bega. 69 pages, with a reading time of ~. 5 hours (67,361 words), and first published in 1919. Señor Zorro, eh? Conzales cried in a terrible voice. Is it my fate always to hear that name? Señor Zorro, eh? Mr. Fox, in other words! He imagines, I take it, that he is as cunning as-one.

Pulp-fiction author Johnston McCulley (1883–1958) began his writing career with magazine short stories, later moving on to novels and screenplays.

Scores of sequels followed, along with movie and television versions, all inspired by this swashbuckling classic. Pulp-fiction author Johnston McCulley (1883–1958) began his writing career with magazine short stories, later moving on to novels and screenplays. His subjects ranged from crime thrillers to action heroes of Southern California, most notably Zorro, whose exploits have been repeatedly adapted for movies and television. Библиографические данные.