A pictorial history of the movies (1943)

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THE MARK OF ZORRO (1920) 103 Douglas Fairbanks made two pictures that year. The first, The Mollycoddle, directed by Victor Flem- ing, gave him one of the breezy, go-getting roles that had established him as a stage comedian. The second proved to be the first of the series of picaresque costume pictures with which his name was associated for the rest of his career. This is The Mark of Zorro. The girl is Marguerite De La Motte.