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ZORRO TV SERIES - EPHEMERA UNSIGNED - HFSID 184812

An original 41x49½ blueprint sketch for Set No. 3 of the television series Zorro, showing detailed plans for a stone fireplace (with secret compartment) and ornamental borders of doorways, dated May 28, 1957

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ZORRO TV SERIES
An original 41x49½ blueprint sketch for Set No. 3 of the television series Zorro, showing detailed plans for a stone fireplace (with secret compartment) and ornamental borders of doorways, dated May 28, 1957
Ephemera unsigned, 41x49½ open flat, 8¾x11¾ closed. An architect's rendering for Production 5850, Set No. 3. Sheet 11 of 12. Shows detailed drawings of a stone fireplace (with a planned secret compartment) and ornamental paintings and wooden panneling bordering doorways. Dated May 28, 1957. Drawn by "Lu Croxton". Approved by and signed: "C. Clark" on identifying panel. Premiering in 1957, Zorro brought the story of the Spanish hero swordsman of California to television, produced by Walt Disney Productions with Guy Williams as the titular hero, Zorro (Don Diego de la Vega). The 78 episodes of Zorro were televised from 1957-1959 on ABC and were extremely popular with younger audiences. It also produced a hit recording for the female vocal group, The Chordettes. However, despite the popularity, the show was canceled after two seasons due to financial issues, and was only kept alive by hour long specials. Premiering in October of 1957, this blueprint was drawn up for an early episode. Multiple folds. Toned. Soiled with pencil markings and smears. Some tears where folds meet. Pin holes in corners. Creased throughout. Edges worn. Otherwise, fine condition.

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