Corrected entry: There would be no movie if Rafael had just killed Diego. He could have even just left instructions to the jailer that his newest prisoner is the famous Zorro himself. Maybe keep him in solitary confinement forever.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Don Rafael Montero is visiting the prison to find Zorro, he holds a napkin in front of his mouth to avoid the smell and the possibility of contamination. When he turns to the man who we know is the real Zorro, he lifts Zorro's head up with the napkin and then a few moments later, he puts the napkin back to his own mouth. Wouldn't that basically be destroying the whole point of the using a napkin? Very unhigienic. (00:26:05)
Corrected entry: In the ending shots, when Elana is running to save the people from the explosion, she jumps over the primer cord. Why didn't she just stop the fuse there? (02:02:10)
Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie, when Captain Love jumps off his horse to cut the fuse, look at his horse's saddle. It appears to be some kind of modern leopard-skin print. I don't think they had leopards in California. (01:56:00)
Corrected entry: In the scene when Antonio Banderas is fighting Catherine Zeta-Jones, he cuts her dress and it falls off. With the corset she's wearing, there is no way he could have caused it to fall down with just a few cuts. It took women back then a good hour plus some assistance to get those things properly laced up. (01:39:10)
Corrected entry: When Zorro kicks Captain Love down the dirt path to the heater room, if you look carefully, it is that the captain loses his sword and it lays on the ground behind him. The next time it shows him, he has it again.
Corrected entry: When Antonio is fighting Catherine, her hair is not in the right position to cover her boobs but when he cuts her dress off it is.
Corrected entry: Realising that the map to the mine is missing, Captain Love calls for the guards and turns right into Zorro's sword. Zorro takes the gun from Captain Love's holster and places it behind him on a table. Shots after this show that the gun has vanished.
Corrected entry: A slight gramatical erro that realy applies to all "Zorro" films. Zorro is Spanish for Fox, so the litteral translation of the title is "The Mask of Fox", which doesn't sound quite right. Surely such a notorious outlaw would more likely be El Zorro (The Fox) leading to "The Mask of The Fox" which sounds better.
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the movie, when Zorro comes to the rescue of the three men tied up, he is in a sword fight. We don't see any of the guards cut him in the left arm. While he is sword playing on top of the hangman's platform, the left arm is not cut. But when he falls through the trap door, he now has the cut on the left arm. (00:06:25)
Corrected entry: When Catherine Zeta Jones is in the confessional she says that she "broke the 4th commandment". When asked how she broke the most sacred commandment, she replies "I dishonoured my father." "Honour thy Father and thy Mother" is the 5th Commandment, not the 4th.