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The Poke of Zorro

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The Poke of Zorro
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Movie Information
Genre: Action
Country of Origin: USA
First Appearance: "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)"

The Poke of Zorro is a movie about Zorro produced by Fox.


The movie starts with Zorro fencing the Three Musketeers and killing them before he fences the Man in the Iron Mask. Zorro slices the letter "Z" on the Iron Mask's shirt and tells him that he has come to put King Arthur back on the throne, shortly after this Zorro fenced with ninjas.

In the next scene, Zorro is meeting with his girlfriend and cuts his dress off, but to his shock he finds an SP for the Scarlet Pimpernel carved on her undergarments. Zorro's girlfriend insincerely says the two are just friends and that is all, but Zorro says that her honor has been insulted and this will not stand. He visits an opera house where he meets the Scarlet Pimpernel and slaps him with a glove, challenging him to a duel. The Scarlet Pimpernel dramatically grabs Zorro's shirt in response and yells he is a coward, as he then flees the theater. Afterwards King Arthur gives the throne to Zorro as the opera house crowd cheers.



Bart likes the film because it is a living history lesson, but Lisa believes that the film is completely unreal. Homer liked it when Zorro challenged the Scarlet Pimpernel in a duel, and began to behave like Zorro himself.



  • Most of the actors listed are for characters who never appeared such as the "Magic Taco", "Robot Zorro" and "Mule beating man." Similarly, several characters in the film like the Three Musketeers aren't listed in the credits.