Stone Jr. May 29, 1958 (1958-05-29)3535”The Tightening Noose”Charles Barton Lowell S. Hawley & Bob WehlingJune 5, 1958 (1958-06-05)3636”The Sergeant Regrets”Charles Barton Lowell S. Hawley & Bob WehlingJune 12, 1958 (1958-06-12)3737”The Eagle Leaves the Nest”Charles Barton Lowell S. Hawley & Bob WehlingJune 19, 1958 (1958-06-19)3838”Bernardo Faces Death”Charles Barton Lowell S. Hawley & Bob WehlingJune 26, 1958 (1958-06-26)3939”The Eagle's Flight”Charles Barton Lowell S. Hawley & Bob WehlingJuly 3, 1958 (1958-07-03) Presenting Señor Zorro Don Diego Deal Vega has been studying in Spain for three years, and returns to California in 1820 as a master swordsman.
Upon learning that a new Commandant has taken command of the Los Angeles pueblo and rules with an iron hand, Diego pretends to be a man of books and music, eschewing violence. With the help of his mute man-servant, Bernardo, and a black stallion named Tornado, Diego dresses all in black and rides into the night to free a wrongly imprisoned landowner.
Hiding behind a mask to conceal his identity, he calls himself Zorro and tangles with Captain ... Zorro's Secret Passage Don Diego shows his man-servant, Bernardo, the secret passage in his father's hacienda that leads from his bedroom to the stable below, where he keeps the black stallion, Tornado.
Zorro Rides to the Mission Nacho Torres takes sanctuary in the church, and Capt. Ontario attempts to flush him out by being cruel to the Indian workers at the mission.
Don Diego convinces about a legendary spectral monk haunts the mission's grounds to Sergeant Garcia who unwittingly reports it to other soldiers. Zorro's Romance Don Nacho Torres leaves sanctuary and returns home.
Ontario arrests a man for being Zorro, and attempts to hang him. Ontario wrongfully imprisons Nacho Torres' wife and daughter, in hopes of luring Zorro to their rescue.
Garcia's soldiers throughout the plaza, he plans on capturing Zorro. Zorro's Ride Into Terror Don Alejandro is wounded by the soldiers, and is being tracked down by Capt.
Don Diego is under house arrest, and must find a way to ride to his father's aid without arousing suspicions. Garcia to delay the arrival of Judge Vasco to Los Angeles, until the Capt.
Garcia pretends to be dishonorably discharged from the military, letting it be known he wants revenge, in hopes of drawing near to Zorro. Double Trouble for Zorro After witnessing a stranger's fencing skills, Capt.
Ontario has a Zorro impersonator rob a crown of jewels from the mission. Ontario gone, Don Diego believes Zorro's job is now finished, never to ride again.
But when the new Commandant arrives in the pueblo, he is promptly assassinated by Esteban Rojas, a member of a secret society of villains using eagle feathers as their call sign. Maria Crest, a barmaid in the tavern, witnesses Rojas fleeing the crime scene, so he takes her captive and plans to eliminate her.
Garcia is framed for the theft of the soldiers' payroll by a false witness, who is a member of the eagle feather secret society. Sweet Face of Danger When a childhood friend of Diego's arrives from Mexico City, named Magdalena Montes, he begins to court her.
Zorro Fights His Father Magistrate Galindo arrests a peasant on phony charges of civil unrest, and sentences him to be executed at midnight. Death Stacks the Deck Carlos Krista inherits the family ranch, but loses it in a card game.
Capturing Tornado they hold an auction, hoping to catch Zorro bidding on his horse. The Unmasking of Zorro Don Juan Ortega is still pretending to be the Commandant of the pueblo, and when he sees Rosarito Cortez, he attempts to kill her before she can identify him as an impostor.
Secret of the Sierra A gypsy woman comes to the pueblo with a couple of golden nuggets, and a prospector sees them and kidnaps her. Forcing her to take him to where she found them, he discovers an Indian gold mine.
Realizing the Commandant is fiercely jealous of his wife, the Magistrate sends a 'Don Juan' to serenade her, but Zorro thwarts his plan. The Fox and the Coyote The Magistrate and his associates plan on using a horse race as a diversion while they smuggle arms.
Zorro Lights a Fuse Raquel Tolerant expresses doubts concerning her involvement in the Eagle Feather Brotherhood, and is taken hostage by the other members as they prepare to move their stolen gunpowder. The Man with the Whip Carlos Murrieta arrives in Los Angeles, but when he makes advances on Maria Crest, young Don Rodolfo becomes jealous and challenges him to a duel.
The Cross of the Andes Carlos Marietta hides his box of stolen jewels in Jose Mordant's blacksmith shop, but Bernardo discovers them. The Deadly Bolas Carlos Murrieta's brother, Pedro, arrives from South America with the second shipment of stolen jewels.
Zorro searches the blacksmith's shop for the first shipment of jewels, and must tangle with both Murrieta brothers. The Well of Death The Murrieta brothers plot to retrieve their missing jewels from Zorro.
The Tightening Noose The new Magistrate, Jose Sebastian Vargas, arrives in Los Angeles and immediately takes over Don Diego's hacienda. He plans to use it as his headquarters, but Don Diego and Bernardo suspect he works for The Eagle.
The Sergeant Regrets Magistrate Vargas sets a trap to unveil the members of the citizens' army by having Don Diego's servant call a special meeting. The Eagle Leaves the Nest Magistrate Vargas plans to keep Don Diego's hacienda for himself, so Don Diego devises a scheme to make the hacienda appear haunted.
Bernardo Faces Death A European count arrives at the hacienda looking for the Eagle, not knowing that he has left to take new headquarters in the town. Investigating to find out what the count's business with the Eagle is, Diego and Bernardo discover that cannonballs are being brought into Vargas's headquarters hidden inside art vases.
The Eagle's Flight Believing Zorro to be dead, and with most of Garcia's men out of town, Vargas decides to put his plan to take over all of California in motion. All Vargas needs is the list of names of the men in Don Alejandro's army.
To stop the mad “Eagle”, Diego must pretend to betray his father. Welcome to Monterey As soon as Don Diego and Bernardo arrive in Monterey to look into an import business, they are attacked and robbed by two men who expected them to be carrying a large amount of money belonging to the investors who sent them.
Because a number of investors have been robbed on the road, they had decided not to bring the money yet. Suspicious as to how the robbers knew the exact amount they were supposed to carry, Diego suspects that the owner of the import business might be involved.
Zorro Rides Alone Diego sets a trap by telling Verdugo that the people bringing the investors' money will be coming to Monterey via the Guadalupe trail, when in fact they are supposed to be using the Camino Real. Horse of Another Color Señores Verdugo, whom Diego now realizes is trustworthy, agrees to deliver the investment money to San Francisco, along with Garcia and a newly arrived lieutenant sent to accompany them.
Unknown to all of them, however, is that the real lieutenant was ambushed and the impostor posing as him is actually working with the robbers. The Señorita Makes a Choice Anna Maria arrives at her house to find it ransacked, and that her father has been kidnapped and held for ransom.
Fearing for her father's life, she refuses to tell Diego, though he suspects what is going on. Rendezvous at Sundown Against Diego's advice, Romero persuades Anna Maria to agree to the kidnappers' insistence that she meet them for proof her father is alive.
When they arrive, however, the kidnappers take Anna Maria hostage instead, and send her father and Romero back for the ransom money. When they return to Monterey for the money, Don Alejandro, who has arrived in town, recognizes Romero as a man not to be trusted.
The New Order Monterey's new acting governor issues a proclamation forbidding the peons from keeping stands in the Plaza. An Eye for an Eye Acting governor Luis Rico and his men grow more and more desperate to capture the fugitive Joaquin Castaneda as the population of Monterey grows more and more tired of the ever-increasing new regulations.
Zorro and the Flag of Truce Alerted by Don Alejandro, the governor returns to Monterey. However, Luis Rico manages to convince him of his good will and innocence in the troubles that have plagued the town in his absence.