Stars: Guy Williams (Zorro and Don Diego), Henry Calvin (Sergeant Demetrio Lopez Garcia), Gene Sheldon (Bernardo), Don Diamond (Corporal Reyes), George J. Lewis (Don Alejandro)
237 The Fortune Teller (6/18/1959)
Don Sebastian, a friend of the de la Vegas, is growing impatient at the delay of the stage to Monterey, for he is carrying a purse full of gold and is afraid it may be stolen. While waiting in the tavern with Diego, he makes the mistake of mentioning the gold and is overheard by three crooked entertainers. Diego asks Sergeant Garcia to place the gold in the cuartel's safe until the stage leaves, unknowingly presenting the thieves with a major setback. To overcome this, Lupita, one of the thieves, pretends to be a fortune teller. She gains Garcia's confidence by telling him she knows he is in possession of a large sum of money, then warns him that someone whom he least suspects will try to rob him that night.
[Guest stars: Roxane Berard (Lupita), Alex Gerry (Don Sebastian), Paul Dubov (Gustavo), Kay E. Kuter (Hernando)]
238 Senor China Boy (6/25/1959)
A Chinese boy escapes from a ship in San Pedro's harbor and tries to hide in Los Angeles. He is unable to seek help, for he speaks only his native language. Discovered hiding in Tomas Gregorio's warehouse, he is arrested as a thief. The boy's only hope is a scribbled message he gives to Diego. Not knowing Chinese, Diego sends it to the mission, knowing Father Ignacio can translate it. The reply has not yet arrived when a sailor claims that the boy is an escaped murderer being transported back to stand trial. Vinson, the sailor, convinces Garcia to hand over custody of the prisoner, and he begins the trip back to San Pedro. Father Ignacio then tells Diego that the message says the boy is actually a member of Chinese royalty and is being held for ransom by Vinson.
[Guest stars: James Hong (Prince), Charles Horvath (John Vinson), Oliver Blake (Tomas Gregorio)]