"Out of the night, when the full moon is brigtht, comes the horseman known as Zorro.
This bold renegade carves a 'Z' with his blade, a 'Z' that stands for Zorro."
Long before Indiana Jones and Captain Jack Sparrow ruled Adventureland, one of Walt Disney's most popular television characters, Zorro, made several weekend appearances at Disneyland Park from 1958-60, taking Guests on a wild journey through Frontierland.
Based on the popular "Zorro" adventure series starring Guy Williams, the action-packed shows were held on the rooftops of Frontierland and the Mark Twain Riverboat in April, May and November 1958, and then again in November 1959 and 1960.
Fun Fact: The parking garage at The Walt Disney Studios is named the Zorro parking structure, paying homage to the hit television series that was taped in that exact location in the late 1950s.
growing up, I remember watching "Zorro".(even named our cat,"Zorro" he was all black!!!) Dr Lee