|Which is the better film?|
|The Adventures of Robin Hood||The Mark of Zorro|
Each is a tale of swashbuckling heroism centered around iconic characters. Both center around a young noble hero (Sir Robin of Loxley/Don Diego Vega) who takes upon a new heroic outlaw persona (Robin Hood/Zorro) in order to fight back against an oppressive ruler (Prince John/Don Luis Quintero) who usurp that position away from the rightful leader. (King Richard the Lionheart/Don Alejandro Vega) The villain has a chief enforcer on his side played by Basil Rathbone (Sir Guy of Gisbourne/Capt. Esteban Pasquale) who by the end crosses blades with and is ultimately run through by the hero. The hero has a love interest in the form of a upstanding woman (Lady Marian Fitzwalter/Lolita Quintero) and an ally in a tough-as-nails man of the cloth portrayed by Eugene Pallette. (Friar Tuck/Fray Felipe) A final battle occurs at the leader's stronghold where the hero and rightful leader with their allies manage to overthrow the usurper.