|Name||Credit||Credited as||Role Id||Sort Order||Main||Count|
|Henry Darrow||Actor||Don Diego/Zorro||1||1000001||1||1|
|Paul Regina||Actor||Don Carlos/Zorro Jr||1||1000002||1||1|
|Bill Dana||Actor||Bernardo; their servant||1||1000003||1||1|
|Gregory Sierra||Actor||Commandante Paco Pico||1||1000004||1||1|
|Richard Beauchamp||Actor||Sergeant Sepulveda||1||1000005||1||1|
|John Moschitta Jr.||Actor||Corporal Cassette||1||1000006||1||1|
|Barney Martin||Actor||Brothers Napa and Sonoma||1||1000007||1||1|
|Catherine Parks||Actor||Senorita Anita; Brother's Napa's ward||1||1000008||1||1|
|William Robert Yates||Executive Producer||n/a||3||3000001||1||1|
|Eric Cohen||Producer||supervising producer||5||3000002||1||1|
|Ron Vargas||Director of Photography||n/a||120783||6000001||1||1|
|John Mansbridge||Art Director||art direction||186||9000001||1||1|
|Robert Tantin||Special Effects||n/a||171||23000001||1||1|
The new version begins twenty-five years later with Don Diego still trying to defend the people of Old Los Angeles (1800s) from their oppressors. However, the "old gray fox isn't what he used to be" and his inability to perform as Zorro should prompts Bernardo, Don Diego's faithful servant, to send to Spain for Diego's son, Don Carlos, in the hope that the young man may help his father.
When Don Carlos arrives in California and discovers that the new commandante, Paco Pico, is unfairly imposing his law on the citizens, he is instilled with a desire to help them. Seeing this, Don Diego reveals to his son his other identity -- and begins a quest to train his son as the new Zorro (Spanish for "fox"), defender of the people.
The series depicts the comical adventures of Zorro and Son as they struggle to protect the oppressed.
Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.