One of my all time favorite action stars, Tyrone Power ruled the
theater marquees\ in the forties through the early fifties. Power
was easy for us kids to understand. Handsome, to a flaw,
dashing, with a wonderful stage-worthy speaking voice, Power
starred in films like Blood and Sand as a bullfighter and
The Black Swan as a pirate. In Old Chicago in 1937
and Suez and Alexander's Ragtime Band vaulted
Power into the movie star pantheon. Jesse James in 1939
was Power's first Western and established him as an action star.
In 1940 Power donned a mask to play Don Diego Vega, better known
as Zorro. The Mark of Zorro was a huge hit and Fox
quickly capitalized on Power's box office draw with Blood and
Sand, with Rita Hayworth shaking her skirts to attract the
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