The Orson Welles bonus was part of a show I watched as a child which led to my love of silents. I fell for 'The Mark of Zorro' then. Fairbanks is a favorite of mine from the era: debonair, athletic, a first of the 'dark" leading men such as Errol Flynn. The movie is pretty much non-stop action; one admires that it is Fairbanks performing the stunts and obviously having a blast. It remains one of my favorites. For me, a sequel must maintain something of the first without duplicating every moment, and expand upon the plot & characters without becoming overblown & downright stupid. That said we have 'Don Q: Son of Zorro.' Fairbanks is both Zorro's son AND the original (now much older) Zorro. While Don Q isn't vanquishing bad guys to bring about social justice, he's simply out to clear his name after being framed for the murder of a royal. The story is strong; Fairbanks performs a lot of derring-do; he is witty, charming, romantic. It met all my qualifications for a good sequel!