I'm very happy to have joined this group. I enjoy reading your interesting comments, news, and viewing wonderful photos of Guy/Zorro, as we share our admiration for him.
I grew up watching this show. I was one of many who sat in front of the TV singing the Zorro theme song, and now, at 48 years old, I still watch it.
Luckily, here in Buenos Aires Zorro is on, and although I know each episode by heart, I remain hypnotized in front of the TV screen until it finishes.
I love each character, episode, set, and everything related to this series, and of course, I love Guy. He always was and will be my favorite hero. He has left his Z in my heart.
My wish is to get Britt Lomond's book: "Chasing after Zorro", I know it is difficult to get it from here –Argentina-, but I don't lose hope.
Thank Disney for making me spend such delightful moments.
Maribel and her goddaughter, Lourdes.
My real name is Genevieve Barbier. I am French and I live in Paris. I was born in l973 and I think I have been a Zorro fan since the age of four or five.
Several years ago, Zorro was broadcasted on French TV and I taped all the episodes. I was so excited to re-discover my hero and so adddicted that I decided to make a website about WD's Zorro. (http://perso.libertysurf.fr/vivk8/Zorro) .
Indeed, one of my passions is computing (it is also my job). I especially like working on pictures and multimedia (sounds and video).
I am Clotilde and I just joined the GWFriendslist thanks to Vivi. I live in Belgium near Bruxelles a little town called Wavre, maybe someone knows, there is a SixFlags Park (old name: Walibi).
I have loved Zorro since I was 8 years old when the French television began the Disney Channel. It was a little drama in my childhood because in the same time another channel was televising "Champs Elysées" and it was a war between my parents and I each Saturday evening. I liked to see Zorro and my parents wanted to see "Champs Elysées". In fact, I have seen all épisodes of Zorro only five years ago on Dutch television!
I am very happy to join you and and talk about my hero. In the real life, I feel myself a little extra-terrestrial, nobody share my passion. So thanks to Vivi and to everyone for your welcome and viva El Zorro.
Vanina at 14.
Vanina at Epcot Center, Florida
This is me when I was about 14. I love horses. I know that the oxer is high, but I was never scared because I always believed that Diego/Zorro was never scared. He's my hero and he will always be. Happens that this is the way that I make my little tribute to Guy, by doing those things that he did in one way or another.
Remember he was my hero!
Clotitlde also has a way with computers.