In the struggle for Independence of Mexico, emerged a man who would go down in history as something between reality and legend. The called him “El Zorro” (the Fox). It is 1847, the place California, a revolutionary general named Don Esteban detains a coach and arrests its two passengers: Marcel, an entomologist, and Patricio, who is on his way to the Governor’s palace to be the new butler. Patricio eloquently induces the rebel leader to let them go. Soon after, Don Esteban captures the palace and orders the Governor and his attendants to be shot, and again Patricio’s persuasiveness is effective, for the general agrees not to execute anyone until at least the following morning, and when morning comes, only Count Martinez is ordered to be shot for the time being. Just in the nick of time the Count is rescued by Zorro. The general then gives orders to execute the Governor, but yet again Zorro appears and save him too….