Walt Disney's Zorro! (don't forget that exclamation mark!) only ran from 1957-1959 but has become one of the most popular and collectible TV icons from those glory days of kid's tv programming. Even though the series was aimed at little boys, I remember watching it avidly, due in no small part to the fact that Guy Williams was really really cute for an old guy.
As you can see from the sidebar, I am the proud owner of a complete set of Zorro! trading cards. They are in beautiful condition, having been stacked and bound in a length of twine for the last 50 years. I now have them encased in individual pockets on sheets made expressly for trading cards. I also have two Zorro! comic books, in pretty poor condition. The one shown here is #960. On the inside cover we see that this is a Dell comic book published in 1958 and there's an exciting blurb: "Let us go back to the early days of Spanish California when a man in black rides for law and justice. Feared and respected from Monterey to San Diego, this man is a friend to the innocent and poor . . . enemy to outlaws and men of greed . . ."
Of course we all know that Guy Williams was also the "Lost In Space" dad, which was another great role, but he was sure alot more sexy when he was whipping that sword around as Zorro!.