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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Opening Title Card
Format Action-Adventure
Created by Haim Saban
Shuki Levy
Starring Austin St. John
Thuy Trang
Walter Emanuel Jones
David Yost
Amy Jo Johnson
Jason David Frank
Steve Cardenas
Johnny Yong Bosch
Karan Ashley
Catherine Sutherland
Paul Schrier
Jason Narvy
Robert L. Manahan
Machiko Soga
Barbara Goodson
Carla Perez
Ed Neil
Robert Axelrod
Wendee Lee
Ami Kawai
Country of origin Flag of the United States United States
No. of episodes 155 (including Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers)
Production
Executive
producer(s)
Haim Saban, Shuki Levy
Producer(s) Ronnie Hadar, Jonathan Tzachor
Supervising
producer(s)
Winston Richard, Tony Oliver, Douglas Sloan
Co-producer(s) Ellen Levy-Sarnoff, Tony Oliver, Ann Knapp-Austen, Paul F. Rosenthal
Story editor(s) Douglas Sloan, Jackie Marchand
Running time 22 minutes (without commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel Fox Network
Original run August 28, 1993February 16, 1996
Chronology
Followed by Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers
External links
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ("MMPR") is an American live-action television series, created for the American market, based on the sixteenth installment of the Japanese Super Sentai franchise, Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger. The show and its related merchandise both saw unbridled overnight success, catapulting into pop culture in mere months. Under the original name Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the series ran from 1993 to 1996 and spawned a feature film, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... Image File history File links MMPRlogo. ... Haim Saban Haim Saban (born 15 October 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a television and media proprietor. ... Shuki Levy in a production shot from Rusty: The Great Rescue Shuki Levy (Hebrew: שוקי לוי; born June 3, 1947 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a music composer whose best known work is soundtrack compositions for childrens television programs of the 1980s, such as Inspector Gadget, The Mysterious Cities of Gold... Austin St. ... Thuy Trang (Vietnamese: Trang Thùy, Chinese: 莊陲 Zhuāng Chúi[], December 14, 1973 - September 3, 2001) was a Vietnamese American actress. ... Walter Emanuel Jones (born November 30, 1970) is an actor who is best known for playing the role of Zack Taylor, the Black Power Ranger on the hit television series, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ... David Harold Yost (born January 7, 1969) is an American actor known for his role on the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ... Amy Jo Johnson (born October 6, 1970 in Dennis, Massachusetts on Cape Cod) is an American actress, singer-songwriter and musician. ... Jason David Frank (September 4, 1973) is an American actor and martial artist, perhaps best known for playing Tommy Oliver in Power Rangers (1993-1997, and 2004 with 242 total episode appearances). ... Stephen Antonio Cardenas (born May 29, 1974) is an American actor and martial artist, perhaps most noted for playing Rocky DeSantos in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series. ... Johnny Yong Bosch (January 6, 1976) is an American television actor of partial Korean descent. ... Karan Ashley (born Karan Ashley Jackson September 28, 1975 in Odessa, Texas) is an American actress who has acted for many years. ... Sutherland playing as Katherine Hillard, second Pink Power Ranger, unmorphed Catherine Sutherland (b. ... Paul L. Schrier II (Born June 1, 1970 in Las Vegas, Nevada) is an actor. ... Jason A. Narvy, a native of Newbury Park, California (born March 27, 1974), spent a number of years working in Hollywood playing the character Eugene Skull Skullovitch on the Power Rangers television series and starred in several movies based on the series. ... This article belongs in one or more categories. ... Soga as the witch Bandora (Rita Repulsa in the U.S.) from Kyouryuu Sentai Zyuranger of the Super Sentai Series. ... Barbara D. Goodson Gustafson (born August 16, 1949 in Brooklyn, New York) is an experienced American voice actress known for her rather extensive dubbing of various anime, as well as doing the voice of Rita Repulsa in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers: Zeo, and Power Rangers in Space. ... Edwin Neal (b. ... Robert Axelrod is the Arthur W. Bromage Distinguished University Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Michigan. ... Wendee Lee (born April 29, 1955 in Los Angeles, CA) is an American voice actress, one of the most prolific and experienced in the business. ... Ami Kawai (born on December 15, 1967) is a Japanese television and theater actress, best known in Japan for her role as Lami and Marsha in Kidou Keiji Jiban and Kyoryuu Sentai Zyu Ranger. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... This is a list of Power Rangers episodes. ... Haim Saban Haim Saban (born 15 October 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a television and media proprietor. ... Shuki Levy in a production shot from Rusty: The Great Rescue Shuki Levy (Hebrew: שוקי לוי; born June 3, 1947 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a music composer whose best known work is soundtrack compositions for childrens television programs of the 1980s, such as Inspector Gadget, The Mysterious Cities of Gold... Jonathan Tzachor was a producer and director for Power Rangers. ... Tony Oliver is an American voice actor best known for voicing Arsene Lupin III from Lupin The 3rd. ... Douglas J. Sloan served as a producer, writer, director, and guest star on various television shows, such as Power Rangers, Big Bad Beetleborgs, and VR Troopers. ... Tony Oliver is an American voice actor best known for voicing Arsene Lupin III from Lupin The 3rd. ... Douglas J. Sloan served as a producer, writer, director, and guest star on various television shows, such as Power Rangers, Big Bad Beetleborgs, and VR Troopers. ... Jackie Marchand is a television writer and producer, she is best known for her work on the childrens action/adventure series Power Rangers, and is, as of Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive, the longest running veteran on the show since Judd Lynn, whom she shared co-writing duties with near... The Fox Broadcasting Company is a television network in the United States. ... is the 240th day of the year (241st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1993 (MCMXCIII) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display full 1993 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 47th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (often abbreviated as MMAR and often simply called Alien Rangers) is a Power Rangers mini-series inside the third season of the TV series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers that lasted for 10 episodes. ... In film and video, live action refers to works that are acted out by human actors, as opposed to animation. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... 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The second and third seasons drew on footage and elements from the Japanese series Gosei Sentai Dairanger and Ninja Sentai Kakuranger respectively, though the Zyuranger costumes were still used extensively; the main 5 Dairanger suits were never used at all, only the KibaRanger (White Power Ranger) suit was used. The series was produced by MMPR Productions and distributed by Saban Entertainment, and aired on Fox Kids. Gosei Sentai Dairanger ) translated into English as Five-Star Squadron Dairanger,[1] is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. ... Ninja Sentai Kakuranger ), translated into English as Ninja Squadron Kakuranger, was TOEI Company Limiteds eighteenth production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Saban Entertainment was an independent television production company formed in 1983 by music and television producers Haim Saban and Shuki Levy as Saban Records, a U.S. subsidiary of Saban International Paris (now SIP Animation) who provided music soundtracks to shows made by other companies (most notably DIC). ... This article discusses Fox Kids in United States. ...


In 1996, the Mighty Morphin label was retired as the series would follow in the footsteps of its Sentai source material, changing its name, cast and plot every year; thus the Power Rangers franchise was born. Power Rangers still runs in this format to this day, though currently the majority of post-MMPR series are not spin-offs in the traditional sense. Power Rangers is a long-running American childrens television series adapted from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai Series, though it is not simply an English dub of the original. ... A spin-off (or spinoff) is a new organization or entity formed by a split from a larger one such as a new company formed from a university research group. ...

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Series overview

The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (from Season 1)
The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (from Season 1)

The series takes place in the fictional town of Angel Grove, California. Two unwitting astronauts discover an extraterrestrial container (referred to as a dumpster as a result of its stench), and breach the unit inadvertently releasing the evil witch, Rita Repulsa, from 10,000 years of confinement. Upon her release, she and her army of evil Space Aliens set their sights on conquering the Earth. When the wise sage Zordon becomes aware of the release of the evil witch he was responsible for capturing so long ago, he orders his robotic assistant, Alpha 5, to find five "teenagers with attitude," to defend the Earth from Rita's attacks. The five socially diverse teens chosen are Jason Lee Scott, Trini Kwan, Billy Cranston, Kimberly Hart, and Zack Taylor. Zordon gives the five teens the ability to morph into Power Rangers, including an arsenal of weapons at their disposal as well as large robotic machines called Zords, which can combine into the Megazord. Image File history File linksMetadata MMPRgroup. ... Image File history File linksMetadata MMPRgroup. ... Angel Grove is the fictional town in the Power Rangers universe, the setting for much of the action of the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and its immediate sequels. ... This article is about the U.S. state. ... Rita Repulsa, known in the Japanese Super Sentai show, Zyuranger, as Witch Bandora, is a fictional character from the TV series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ... Zordon is a powerful wizard in the Power Rangers universe, appearing in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series and many of its subsequent incarnations. ... Alpha 5 was a fictional robot on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series. ... Jason Lee Scott is a fictional character in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series, played by Austin St. ... Trini Kwan is a fictional character in the Power Rangers universe played by the late Vietnamese American actress Thuy Trang. ... Billy Cranston is a fictional character in the Power Rangers universe. ... Kimberly as the original Pink Ranger Kimberly Ann Hart (commonly referred to as just Kim) is a fictional character in the Power Rangers universe. ... For the baseball player, see Zack Taylor (baseball). ...


The series begins with five teenagers combatting Rita Repulsa and her seemingly endless array of monsters, however, consecutive failures lead Rita to adopt a new method for conquering Earth and destroying the Power Rangers: by attacking them with one of their own. In possession of a special Green Ranger power, Rita kidnaps and brainwashes a local teen whose fighting skills prove to equal that of Jason Lee Scott's in a martial arts contest held in Angel Grove. The new teen, Tommy Oliver, passes Rita's tests, earning the Green Ranger Power during the five-part story arc "Green with Evil." Eventually, the Green Ranger is overcome and the Sword of Darkness, the new source for the continuance of the evil spell he has fallen victim to, is destroyed by Jason. As a result, Tommy will use the Powers he's left with to defeat the evil that gave them to him in the first place. His Zord, the Dragonzord, retains the power to join with the other Ranger's Zords to form more powerful Zord combinations, including Dragonzord in Battle Mode, and the MegaDragonzord. Dr. Thomas Tommy Oliver is a fictional character from the universe of the American childrens television franchise Power Rangers. ... Green with Evil was a five-part story arc in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series. ...


Along the way, Billy works on improving his self-confidence while Tommy begins to court Kimberly, both sharing a great amount of screen time. Trini works to raise environmental awareness, Zack continues to pursue love interest Angela, while Jason continues to improve his skills. The entire team regularly makes efforts to contribute to their community outside of being Power Rangers, spending much of their personal time dedicated to volunteerism and helping the community.


As time goes on, discontent with regularly being defeated with the aide of the Green Ranger powers she believes are hers , Rita focuses her plans on eliminating Tommy and regaining the Powers. Utilizing a special wax touched by Tommy when he was evil, Rita uses a green candle (in a story arc under the same title) to sever Tommy's link to the Morphin Grid and slowly remove his powers, returning them to her. Because Tommy's proximity to the candle accelerates its melting process, Jason enters the Dark Dimension where the candle is guarded by Goldar to retrieve it. Unfortunately, Rita unleashes a monster attack in Angel Grove that keeps Jason and his friends from retrieving the candle. In the end, Tommy loses his Powers, however, he is able to prevent Rita from reclaiming it by transferring the remains to another Ranger who can operate them based on their own link to the Morphin Grid. Tommy chooses Jason who, feeling guilt for failing to protect Tommy's powers, accepts them.


The five Rangers continue to protect Earth from the ongoing threat of Rita Repulsa, with Jason wielding the Green Ranger powers in conjunction with his own Red Ranger Powers. In a story arc seeing the kidnap of the parents of all the students at Angel Grove High School, including that of the five Ranger teens, the Rangers are forced to give up their five Power Coins in trade for their parents' safety. In an act of subterfuge, Goldar accepts the Coins and keeps the captive parents. To make matters worse, Rita brainwashes Billy into stealing the Dragon Dagger and giving it to Goldar who unleashes the mighty Zord upon a town that no longer has the protection of the Power Rangers. With no powers of their own to use, Jason reveals that he is still in possession of the Dragonzord Power Coin. Tommy returns, agreeing to take part in a dangerous process in which Zordon will transfer energy from himself and into the Power Coin, allowing it to temporarily enable Tommy to Morph into the Green Ranger once more. He steals back the coins and Dagger, seemingly at the cost of his own life, having been electrocuted by a force-field protecting both sets of items. The Rangers regain their Powers and fight for the safety of their parents, to no avail. In a turn of events, Tommy is resurrected; it is revealed that he'd been energized by the power of the force-field that electrocuted him. He once again uses his Powers to save the day, but they are only temporary and can be re-generated only for a short time by Zordon who will continue to use his own energy to supplement Tommy's failing ones, making no attempts to hide the fact that the Green Ranger's Powers will ultimately fail. With every battle that occurs from here on, Tommy is left to decide whether or not he will get involved and waste away the last of his Powers. In the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series, the Power Coins were magical golden coins which enabled the Power Rangers to morph. ...


Following multiple defeats, Rita's fortress is invaded by her superior, Lord Zedd. Disgusted with her failure, he takes over, discarding Rita back into space within another Space Dumpster, then launches his own campaign against the Power Rangers, this time focusing on turning living things into monsters in order to waver the Ranger's ability to destroy them. As Zedd focuses his attacks on the Green Ranger powers that continue to waste away with every battle he engages in, the other Rangers see an upgrade to their Powers as they adapt to take on the Power of Thunder, a power that also transforms their Dinozords into mythical beasts known as Thunderzords, also able to form brand new, more powerful Zord combinations. At last, Tommy loses his Green Ranger powers for good, and leaves the group for a time. Lord Zedd is a villain from the TV series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ...


Things are complicated by the creation of the White Power Ranger (inevitably given to Tommy), the Power Transfer (from Jason, Zack and Trini to Rocky DeSantos, Adam Park and Aisha Campbell respectively), and the return of Rita, who ingratiates herself by slipping Zedd a love potion. Unhappy with the return of the evil witch who had mistreated him and forced him into servitude, Goldar will make several attempts to turn Lord Zedd against Rita to get rid of her once and for all. However, after Goldar discovers that Rita gave Zedd a love potion, he is dismayed to find that even after he bullies Finster into administering an antidote, Zedd truly loves her anyway. The White Power Ranger The White Ranger is a designation given to several characters in Power Rangers. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Adam Park is a fictional major character from the universe of the American childrens television franchise Power Rangers, played by Johnny Yong Bosch. ... Aisha Campbell Aisha Campbell is a fictional character from the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV Show. ...


Rito Revolto, Rita's skeletal brother, later comes to Earth and manages to destroy the Rangers' Thunderzords and, consequently, the original Dino Powers along with them (with the help from a group of monsters). Undaunted, they seek the aid of Ninjor, alleged creator of the Power Coins, who gives them new Ninja powers. Rito Revolto is a fictional character from the American childrens television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, as well as the sequel program Power Rangers: Zeo. ... Ninjor is a fictional character from the Power Rangers universe, appearing in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series. ... In the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series, the Power Coins were magical golden coins which enabled the Power Rangers to morph. ...


Later, an Australian girl named Katherine Hillard moves to Angel Grove. She befriends Kimberly, and displays an intense affection for Tommy. Later it is found that Rita had captured Kat and put her under a powerful spell. As a result, she steals Kim's Pink Crane Ninja Coin, vastly weakening the Pink Ranger whose life force, like that of the other Ninja Ranger's, is connected to their Ninja Power Coins. Kat eventually overcame the spell, and gave the coin back to Kimberly. Having already been disconnected from the Power Coin and Zordon's declaration that her time as a ranger has ended, Kim now has a chance to pursue her personal athletic dreams. She leaves to train for the Pan Globals, deciding to entrust the Crane Coin to Kat, making her the new Pink Ninja Ranger. Though her initial fear and hesitation keeps her from contributing fully to the fight against evil, Kat eventually becomes both more comfortable and capable of fulfilling her duty as a ranger. Katherine Kat Hillard is the fictional character in the Power Rangers franchise. ...


After several more battles, Zedd and Rita are joined by Rita's father, Master Vile. Following his failed attempts to defeat the Rangers, he reverses time, destroying the Ninja powers and eliminating the threat of Ninjor. These events culminate in the Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers mini-series, and end with a cliffhanger seeing the destruction of the Command Center, with Zordon and Alpha 5 trapped inside. These events lead into the next season and incarnation of the Power Rangers series, titled Power Rangers: Zeo. Master Vile is a fictional villain in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV Series. ... Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (often abbreviated as MMAR and often simply called Alien Rangers) is a Power Rangers mini-series inside the third season of the TV series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers that lasted for 10 episodes. ... Power Rangers Zeo is a continuation of the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ...


Production history

The Zyuranger series was taken up by Margaret Loesch of Fox in 1993. She had been a fan of anime since childhood. Zyuranger's action scenes were then spliced with new, American non-action scenes set in a U.S. highschool and juice bar. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, as the show was dubbed, became an "instant hit".[1]. Due to the unforeseen popularity of the series, Saban, the company that produced Power Rangers, was faced with the possibility of exhausting all of its Zyuranger footage with no more to fall back upon in order to continue producing the show. Saban contacted the Japanese companies that produce the Sentai series in Japan and monster suits requesting new footage specially for MMPR. The companies created 25 new monsters and battle sequences. This footage, known as "Zyu2" to Power Ranger fans, was used in all but a couple of the Season 1 episodes after "Doomsday" and the first few Season 2 episodes. Though there were some issues in the Season 2 episodes that used "Zyu2" monsters since when they decided to replace the Dinozords with the mecha from Dairanger in Season 2 (termed Thunderzords in Power Rangers), the Zord footage of the remaining "Zyu2" monsters became obsolete. To compensate for this, Saban attempted to splice the "Zyu2" and Dairanger footage to ensure that the "Zyu2" monsters were not seen fighting with the old Megazord that was not supposed to be there. In other words, it would show only the monster attacking followed by a shot of just the Thunderzords taking the damage. This did not always work, for occasionally the monster could actually be seen making physical contact with the old Megazord. Nonetheless, Saban was able to create their own battle sequences entirely from scratch starting from Season 3. An alternate ending to the episode "Doomsday, Part 2" was filmed. It was going to be the series finale and ended with the Rangers sealing Rita and her monsters up in another dumpster and sending her off into space. The ending more closely resembled that of the original Zyuranger ending (which, furthermore, was the footage-source for the battle "Doomsday Part 2" as the fight shown was the actual final battle in Zyuranger) but was never seen due to overwhelming feedback from fans. Animé redirects here. ... The Saban Saturn logo from 1984 to 1988. ... Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger ), translated into English as Dinosaur Squadron Zyuranger1 is a Japanese tokusatsu television series and the sixteenth entry in the long-running Super Sentai franchise of superhero programmes. ... This article is about the term used in science fiction, anime, and manga. ...


The Power Morphers, are modified Dino Buckler toys from Zyuranger. In the original Sentai series of Zyuranger, the Rangers didn't call out the name of their dinosaur/beasts when morphing, but rather simply shouted out "Dino Buckler!" which referred to their "Morpher." The original "Dino Bucklers" were always worn by the Zyurangers, as the original devices had a reverse side which was bright, metallic gold with a large "Z" (for ZyuRanger) on it. The Buckler was attached to a connecting piece which was part of an actual belt. The Zyurangers would then flip the "handle" of the Buckler down to pull it out, and hit a button on the side to activate the device (just as the toy functions). In Power Rangers, the belt buckle feature was only used once during the first episode, possibly trying to emulate the concept in Zyuranger. However, they were not seen again after the first episode, we only occasionally see them on the ranger suits, but not when the teens are unmorphed. Thus the back of the US version of the Morpher was completely black and lacked a belt-clip. This explains, however, why the Ranger's original suits featured their "Morpher" on their waist. The shows "Power Morpher" props were actually the Dino Buckler toys released in Japan, with new "power rangers" labels pasted over. Despite this, the metallic gold Z sticker, which came pre-applied, was never taken off, and came be seen sometimes during the seires. This is especially noticeable during the first episode. The belt-clip, also included in the Dino Buckler set, is also used in the show.


The Power Coins used in the show were from the Dino Buckler toy for the Zyuranger toy line, and many of them were casted into resin copies for later use. The Green Ranger's was from the Dragon Buckler set also from Zyuranger. Again, the coin was re-casted into resin copies, and used for various other props. The Blade Blasters used were the rangerstick toys from Zyuranger. However, unlike the Dino Buckler, the labels were never changed so many of times during the series we can clearly see the gun says ZYURANGER on it. Many of the morphers worn during the stunts scenes were made of hard rubber. The Dragon Dagger used was not casted off a Zyusouken from Zyuranger, but rather an entirely new prop sculpted for the show. A notable error for the prop is that it is actually made backwards from the Zyusouken, which resulted in the Green Ranger holding the dagger very oddly in American footage.


The costumes used in Power Rangers had a drastic difference in quality compared to their sentai counterpart. Toei sent Saban there Zyuranger costumes, and the prop department used them as reference to make their own, cheaper versions. None of the original Zyuranger costumes however, were used in Power Rangers. Zyuranger had a much higher budget, and the costumes consisted of a very shiny and stretchy material. The helmets had inner clips which locked them together, but this was not the case for Power Rangers, where the clips were outside the helmets at all times. The most notable costume difference is the Green Rangers shield. In Zyuranger, the shield was made with hard foam, sometimes rubber, but in Power Rangers it was made with a very shiny polyester material. This made it very easy to tell the Zyuranger footage from Power Ranger footage. There was also a very noticeable change in contrast.


The Ninja and Shogun Ultrazords are the only Zord formations in Power Rangers history that are made from American footage. No suits or props were used in making them; the Bandai toys of each Zord were used to bring them to life on the show. The American versions of the toys were used for this, which presented some problems as the American versions are often noticeably different from the Japanese versions (and thus, the actual Zords on the show). For example, the left arm of the Japanese Shogun Megazord toy, the "Invincible General" from Ninja Sentai Kakuranger (and the real Shogun Megazord/Invincible General) is white. For some reason, the left arm of the Shogun Megazord toy was repainted pink for the American version to match the main five colors of the Rangers being used in the United States at the time (the U.S. was still using the Zyuranger colors of Red, Black, Blue, Yellow, and Pink). Thus, the arm would suddenly switch colors whenever the Shogun Ultrazord was formed. Additionally, because the "Return of Titanus" version of the Titanus toy was used, the Ninja and Shogun Ultrazord formations mistakenly had the Dragonzord chest shield on the front of Titanus. Each formation, however, was used only once - Ninja Ultrazord destroyed the Face Stealer, and Shogun Ultrazord destroyed Dischordia, both events occurring in season 3. This article is about the Japanese toy manufacturer. ... Ninja Sentai Kakuranger ), translated into English as Ninja Squadron Kakuranger, was TOEI Company Limiteds eighteenth production of the Super Sentai television series. ... In the Power Rangers universe, Zords are colossal mechanical or bio-mechanical robots. ...


The first ever cast actors to leave the show mid season were Austin St. John, Thuy Trang, and Walter Emmanuel Jones. During the middle of the second season, all three actors were suddenly written out of the show and replaced by Steven Cardenas, Johnny Yong Bosch, and Karan Ashley. It is believed that all three were holding out for more money. Power Rangers at the time was a Non-union production and the actors were highly underpaid for their roles. Instead of giving them the money they wanted, they were written off the show in a story line involving the three Power Rangers being selected to represent the country in a peace conference. Old footage from previous episodes and camera tricks were used in the last episode the characters of Jason, Trini, and Zack were in so viewers would not realize the actors portraying them were not actually in the episode titled "The Power Transfer" (Parts 1 & 2). Austin would return to the show in Power Rangers: Zeo to temporarily play the Gold Ranger. Power Rangers Zeo is a continuation of the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ...


The series was extremely popular, to the point that it spawned numerous imitators and spin-offs. Series created from other Toei programs and Saban include VR Troopers, Big Bad Beetleborgs (Juukou B-Fighter), Beetleborgs Metallix (B-Fighter Kabuto), Masked Rider (Kamen Rider BLACK RX), and Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad (Denkou Choujin Gridman); original works include Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills and Super Ranger Kids. VR Troopers (Virtual Reality Troopers) was a syndicated live action show produced by Saban (creators of the similar Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series) from 1994 to 1996. ... Big Bad Beetleborgs (and later Beetleborgs Metallix, see below) was a short-lived American television series produced by Saban. ... Juukou B-Fighter ), is a 1995 Japanese television series. ... Big Bad Beetleborgs (and later Beetleborgs Metallix) was a short-lived T.V. series from Saban that featured three kids; Roland, Drew, and Jo. ... B-Fighter Kabuto ) is a Japanese television series. ... Masked Rider is an American adaptation of the Japanese television series Kamen Rider Black RX, the ninth in a line of series in the popular Kamen Rider Series franchise. ... Kamen Rider Black RX ), shortened by some to Kamen Rider RX is a Japanese tokusatsu superhero television series produced as part of the Kamen Rider Series. ... Servo Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad was an American television series. ... Gridman Denkou Choujin Gridman, also Denkou choujin Guriddoman, (電光超人グリッドマン; Electric Superman Gridman) is a Japanese live-action Giant Hero series by Tsuburaya Productions, the producers of Ultraman. ... Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters From Beverly Hills was an original series that aired on USA Network from 1994-1995. ... Super Ranger Kids is a Filipino film. ...


As is commonly known now, despite the Yellow Ranger being a female within Power Rangers, in Kyouryuu Sentai Zyuranger the Yellow/TigerRanger, named "Boi", was male. Due to this, there is a more obvious change in the physique of the Yellow team member than the other team members when the show cuts to Sentai footage. This is also why the Yellow Ranger does not wear a skirt.


The order in which the Ninjazords and Shogunzords were acquired was reversed in Power Rangers. In the original source of those two Zord sets, Ninja Sentai Kakuranger, the 'Shogunzords' were gained before the 'Ninjazords'. Also, there were only five Rangers in Kakuranger, and the Falconzord's Japanese counterpart was a separate sentient creature, not belonging to anyone of them. The Battle Borgs were known as the Jisho Fighters in Kakuranger, which were only used by the Alien Rangers, were the last of the Ninja mecha to appear, the only difference with the Battle Borgs and the Jisho fighters is that the Battle Borgs were telepathically controlled and the Jisho Fighters were self controlled. Ninja Sentai Kakuranger ), translated into English as Ninja Squadron Kakuranger, was TOEI Company Limiteds eighteenth production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Not to be confused with sapience. ...


Before each episode of MMPR started, there would be a preview teaser of what to expect on that day's episode. It would show the Power Rangers logo and the announcer would say "Today on Power Rangers..." while giving a sneak peak of what to expect, usually only showing some minor details that the announcer would talk of as they showed various clips, while leaving some major plot points a surprise. After the preview ended, the opening credits would promptly begin. This however would not happen in the UK version. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Continuity announcer. ... Opening credits, in a television program, motion picture or videogame, are shown at the beginning of a show and list the most important members of the production. ...


Unlike the other Power Rangers, the White Ranger's belt buckle was not his Power Morpher. This is due to the fact that the core Rangers' suits from Zyuranger did not change whereas the White Ranger's suit is from the following season and is based on Gosei Sentai Dairanger's KibaRanger. The Dairangers' henshin devices (Morphers) Aura Changers were wrist mounted and not belt buckles and later appeared in Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy as the Magna Defender morpher. The similar symbol found on the White Ranger's belt buckle can also be found on the Red Dragon Thunderzord's warrior mode head. This is due to the fact that the Heavenly Chi Beasts of Gosei Sentai Dairanger and the Thunderzords are one in the same. Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy is a Power Rangers television series, the seventh to air, and features many familiar elements from previous incarnations. ... The Magna Defender is a fictional character from the Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy TV series. ... Gosei Sentai Dairanger ) translated into English as Five-Star Squadron Dairanger,[1] is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. ...


The "Battle Bikes" appeared briefly in one episode ("Calamity Kimberly"), though they were never named as such onscreen. Apparently, they were motorcycles the Rangers used with the Red Ranger having his own bike, and the Black and Blue Rangers had sidecars for the Yellow and Pink Rangers, respectively (based on the "Road Saurers" from Zyuranger). Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a live-action television and movie series, based on the Super Sentai series Kyouryuu Sentai ZyuRanger (Kyōryū Sentai JūRanger), literally Dinosaur Task Force Beast Rangers and often abbreviated as ZyuRanger (after the Kunrei-shiki romanization). ...


Mighty Morphin' was one of the only two incarnations with a Christmas-themed episode ("I'm Dreaming of a White Ranger"). The other one was Zeo and the episode "A Season to Remember", which is more a holiday season-themed episode, not just Christmas-themed. Power Rangers Zeo is a continuation of the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. ...


Cast

The Power Rangers

Jason Lee Scott
The original Red Power Ranger and the first leader of the team. He was armed with the Power Sword, which would become the default weapon for subsequent Red Rangers until Power Rangers Zeo. In the middle of season two, he was sent to be a representative at a peace conference in Switzerland. He was portrayed by Austin St. John.
Zachary "Zack" Taylor
The original Black Power Ranger and second-in-command. A practical joker, he used dance moves and martial arts to fight. He had a large Power Axe which could convert to an energy cannon, and it was passed on to his successor. In the middle of season two, he was sent to be a representative at a peace conference in Switzerland. He was portrayed by Walter Emanuel Jones.
Billy Cranston
The Blue Power Ranger. He held his position for the longest, and was the smartest member of the team as well as the inventor. He possessed the Power Lance, which he would keep until Power Rangers Zeo. He was portrayed by David Yost.
Trini Kwan
The original Yellow Power Ranger. She tried to set a good example and was able to translate Billy's technobabble. She was afraid of heights as seen in the episode "High Five" of season one, however she had conquered this fear by the end of the episode. She was armed with Power Daggers, which became the default Yellow Ranger weapon until Power Rangers Zeo. In the middle of season two, she was sent to be a representative at a peace conference in Switzerland. She was portrayed by Thuy Trang.
Kimberly Hart
The original Pink Power Ranger. She was a gymnast with a valley girl attitude. She had the Power Bow, which was passed onto her successor. In the middle of season three, she went to be on the Olympic Gymnastics team. She was portrayed by Amy Jo Johnson.
Thomas "Tommy" Oliver
The Green Power Ranger. Originally a villain because of an evil spell. Once the spell was broken, he joined the Power Rangers until he lost his Green Ranger powers. He returned as the White Power Ranger in season two, and became the team's leader. As the Green Ranger he had a dagger which doubled as a remote control input for the Dragonzord. As the White Ranger he possessed Saba, a talking sabre which also assisted him in his Zord. He was portrayed by Jason David Frank.
Rocky DeSantos
The second Red Power Ranger, chosen by Zordon after Jason had to leave. He was portrayed by Steve Cardenas.
Adam Park
The second Black Power Ranger, chosen by Zordon after Zack had to leave. He was portrayed by Johnny Yong Bosch.
Aisha Campbell
The second Yellow Power Ranger, chosen by Zordon after Trini had to leave. She was portrayed by Karan Ashley.
Katherine Hillard
The second Pink Power Ranger, chosen by Kimberly after she had to leave. She was transformed into a cat/cat monster by Rita's magic, but was freed by Kimberly and the other Rangers. She was portrayed by Catherine Sutherland.

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Allies

Actor Character
David Fielding Zordon (1993–1994)
Robert L. Manahan (Credited as Bob Manahan) Zordon (1994–1998)
Richard Steven Horvitz (Credited as Richard Wood) Alpha 5 (Voice)
Kim Strauss (Credited as Kurt Strauss) Ninjor (1995–1996) (Voice)
Paul Schrier Farkus "Bulk" Bulkmeier
Jason Narvy Eugene "Skull" Skullovitch
Richard Genelle Ernie
Gregg Bullock Lt. Stone (1995–1997)
Henry Cannon (Uncredited) Mr. Kaplan (1993-1997)
Royce Herron (Uncredited) Ms. Appleby (1993-1997)
Ted Jan Roberts (Credited as T.J. Roberts) Prince Dex of Edenoi/Masked Rider (1995)

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Villains

Actor Character
Machiko Soga Rita Repulsa (1993–1994)
Barbara Goodson Rita Repulsa (voice)
Carla Perez Rita Repulsa (1994-1995, American Footage)
Ed Neil Lord Zedd
Robert Axelrod Lord Zedd, Finster, and Lokar (Voices)
Kerrigan Mahan (Credited as Ryan O'Flannigan) Goldar (Voice)
Tom Wyner Master Vile (Voice, uncredited)
Ami Kawai Scorpina
Wendee Lee (Credited as Wendee Swan) Scorpina (Voice)
Bob Papenbrook Rito Revolto (Voice)
Michael Sorich (Credited as Michael J. Sorich) Squatt (Voice)
Dave Mallow (Credited as Colin Phillips) Baboo (Voice)
Brad Orchard Hydro Hog (Voice, uncredited)

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Arsenal

  • Power Morphers: Hand-held devices utilizing Power Coins, with each coin depicting a prehistoric creature. Upon calling out "It's Morphin' Time!" the Rangers morphed by holding their Morphers out and pressing the activation trigger while pronouncing the name of their respective creature.
  • "Dragonzord!" and later "Tigerzord!"
  • "Mastodon!"
  • "Pterodactyl!"
  • "Triceratops!"
  • "Saber-Toothed Tiger!"
  • "Tyrannosaurus!"

After the Rangers' powers were destroyed when Rito Revolto demolished the Thunderzords, the team journeyed to the Temple of Power in the Desert of Despair and met Ninjor, the creator of the Power Coins who gave them each the power and skills of the Ninja. Upon receiving their new Ninja Coins, the Rangers shouted the following phrases to morph: Image File history File links Mergefrom. ... The Dragon Dagger was a weapon/tool used by Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to summon his Dragonzord by playing a tune on it using it as a flute. ... In the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series, the Power Coins were magical golden coins which enabled the Power Rangers to morph. ...

  • "White Ranger Power!"
  • "Black Ranger Power!"
  • "Pink Ranger Power!"
  • "Blue Ranger Power!"
  • "Yellow Ranger Power!"
  • "Red Ranger Power!"

The Rangers, when fighting the tenga warriors, could also morph into a ninja form. The rangers would hold their hands out, with one hand on top, the other on bottom. With the pinkies and thumbs extended, the rangers would shout, "Ninja Ranger Power, Now!" Lighting would emit from their hands and they would morph into their ninja form. Though this form isn't as strong as their ranger forms.

  • "Pink Ranger!"
  • "Blue Ranger!"
  • "Red Ranger!"
  • "Black Ranger!"
  • "Yellow Ranger!"
  • "White Ranger!"
  • Blade Blasters: Each Ranger carried a sidearm blaster that could also convert into a short sword. These weapons were used constantly throughout the first season, but were eventually reduced to a visual role.
  • Special Weapons: To defeat Rita's Super Putties, the Rangers needed these powerful blasters that were guarded by Titanus the Carrier Zord.
  • Power Blaster: A powerful assemblage of the 5 core Ranger's Power Weapons. It resembled a crossbow, and its two central pieces were the Power Bow and the Power Axe. The Power Blaster was formed by placing the Power Bow horizontally within the locking mechanism of the Power Axe-in-Cannon Mode, with the Power Dagger's and separated Power Lance Mace's connected to the length of the Bow, with their handles facing forward, acting as additional barrels to the cannon. The Power Sword, the key to the Blaster, was locked in on top of the cannon, similar to where an arrow would be placed in a crossbow.
    • Power Sword: Red Ranger's weapon, a one-handed sword capable of being energized and used as a directed energy weapon.
    • Power Axe: Black Ranger's weapon. Can be used as a traditional axe or, by sliding a locking mechanism down the handle, can be used as a powerful energy cannon. The Axe handle acts as the barrel of the cannon. In the episode A Different Drum, the Power Axe was called the "Cosmic Cannon" and in the episode "On Fins And Needles" it was powerful enough to shoot through the ground and reach the Slippery Shark monster.
    • Power Lance: Blue Ranger's weapon. Could be broken down into two mini-lances called Mace's. In the episode A Different Drum, the Power Lance was called the "Mighty Mace".
    • Power Daggers: Yellow Ranger's weapons. In the episode A Different Drum, the Power Daggers were called the "Dino Daggers".
    • Power Bow: Pink Ranger's weapon. In the episode "The Song of Guitardo", after discovering the music-based monster had to be fought with music, Kimberly's Bow sported a succession of strings, allowing it to be used as a harp that fires sonic energy attacks when played, and in the same episode, she fired the Dragon Dagger from it after energizing it with her Bow. In the episode A Different Drum, the Power Bow was called the "Battle Bow".
  • Dragon Dagger: Green Ranger's weapon. It could be played like a flute by the Green Ranger to either summon the Dragonzord or to activate his Dragon Shield's deflective capacities. It replaced the Blade Blaster in the Green Ranger's arsenal and was stored within a black holster although, in some American-made scenes, the Green Ranger's black hilt and Dagger are replaced by a white holster and a Blade Blaster. This was never explained in the show and is mostly likely a production error. In the episode "The Green Dream", the Green Ranger can be seen using an oddly shaped American prop version of the Dagger.
  • RADBUG: Billy modified a white Volkswagen Beetle that could fly through the air and go from 0 to 3,000 in 2.8 seconds. The RADBUG was used when teleportation in the Command Center was down for whatever reason.
  • Saba: An enchanted, talking sabre brandished by the White Ranger, used to summon and control the Tigerzord. Saba could also fly and emit lasers from his eyes. Because of the destruction of the Thunderzords, it eventually was reduced to a visual-only item. Saba was voiced by Tony Oliver.
  • Power Cannon: A giant bazooka that fires loadable spheres of energy, more powerful than the Power Blaster.
  • Dragon Shield: The golden shield worn by the Green Ranger was often almost impervious to attack, especially when the Green Ranger was playing his Dragon Dagger. Along with the chest shield, the Green Ranger also wore golden arm bands and his gloves and boots featured gold trim. The set of armor, or the individual shield, could also be transferred to other Rangers. As in the case in which Zach Taylor, The Black Ranger, was given the Dragon Shield to protect him in the season one episode "Oyster Stew". When Tommy's Green Ranger powers were slowly being drained by the magic of the Green Candle, he transferred his powers over to Jason, and he would be in possession of the Green Ranger powers, including the Dragon Shield, the accompanying armor, the Dragon Dagger, and the Dragonzord Power Coin. After regaining his Green Ranger powers, Tommy would once again possess the shield.
  • Metallic Armor: Special armor created for battling the new-and-improved Tenga Warriors. Enhances the Rangers' speed, strength & resistance to injury or magic spells.
  • Shark Cycles: Shark-themed motorcycles created by the fossilized fin of an ancient shark. They were only used twice during the third season. Katherine Hillard never used the pink Shark Cycle within the storyline.
  • Ninja Ranger Power: After they gained their ninja powers from Ninjor, the Rangers had a new power-up where they became Ninja Rangers. They wore masks and ninja outfits, and also wore an emblem of their Ninja Animal (similar to the Ninja Coins) on their uniforms (similar to how promotional materials for MMPR showed the Power Coin as a chest emblem). They also gained ninja powers such as super-speed, the use of illusions, and the ability to move underground to evade enemy attack.

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Zords

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Dinozords

The Dinozords were the first Zords that the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers had access to. They were based on prehistoric creatures. In the pilot episode they were known as Droids. The Zords used in the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are themed after prehistoric, mythical, and modern animals. ...

1 The Dragonzord could combine with the Saber-Toothed Tiger, Triceratops, and Mastodon Dinozords to form Dragonzord in Battle Mode.

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Thunderzords

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2 The White Tigerzord could combine with the Thunderzord Assault Team to form the Mega Tigerzord. The Red Dragon Thunderzord in Warrior Mode could ride the White Tigerzord as if it were a horse in an unnamed assault mode.

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Ninjazords & Shogunzords

When the Thunderzords were destroyed by Rito Revolto (and subsequent irreparable damage to the power coins which rendered them useless), the Power Rangers sought out Ninjor, who gave them new Ninjazords, and upgraded their powers. Later, when Lord Zedd kidnapped Ninjor and stole the Falconzord (with help from a then-evil Katherine), he used Ninjor as a power source for the Shogunzords and copied the Ninja Zords' battle technology using the Falconzord. With Kimberly in captivity, he forced the Rangers into using the Shogunzords for evil, but this failed to pan out when Billy found a way to use the Ninja Coins to obtain control of them. The Zords used in the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are themed after prehistoric, mythical, and modern animals. ... The Zords used in the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are themed after prehistoric, mythical, and modern animals. ...

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Comparisons with later series

  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Power Rangers: Turbo hold the record for the most cast changes in any series with 4 (Red, Black/Green, Yellow and Pink) members leaving and another 4 replacing the departing cast. These two series also hold the record for being the only two Power Rangers series that have ever spawned films based on them. These films being Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie and Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie respectively.
  • The original series has the distinction of being the longest-running incarnation with the most episodes produced, lasting for three years (1993-1996) with 155 episodes. This fact is somewhat parallel to the Super Sentai series, since Himitsu Sentai Goranger, the very first Super Sentai, ran two years with a total of 84 episodes, making it the longest Super Sentai series.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers: Wild Force, Power Rangers S.P.D., Power Rangers: Mystic Force, and Power Rangers: Jungle Fury are the only Power Rangers series where none of the morphers are wrist mounted. Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive may also fit in this category because their Sixth Ranger ( the Mercury Ranger) is the only one with a wrist mounted morpher while the core members use cellphones.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers In Space and Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive are the only three Power Rangers series to use the original color scheme (Red, Blue, Yellow, Black and Pink).
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, Power Rangers Time Force and Power Rangers Wild Force are the only Power Rangers series where the gender of the Yellow Rangers for each series were changed to female, wherin their original Japanese counterparts are actually male.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Dino Thunder, Power Rangers S.P.D and Power Rangers Mystic Force are the only Power Rangers series to actually show actors/actresses from their original Super Sentai counterparts. It should be noted thar in MMPR, Machiko Soga was actually cast as Rita Repulsa throughout season 1 through the use of stock footage and returned (still through stock footage) in the two-part finale of Mystic Force. In the episode Lost & Found in Translation of Dino Thunder, the "Japanese Rangers" appeared as a TV show. In S.P.D's episode called "Samurai", Ryuji Sainei, the actor who played the character Ban Akaza who is Jack Landors' counterpart/equivalent, made a guest/cameo appearance as the ancient samurai who took care of Katana.

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Cast miscellany

  • Actress Thuy Trang (Trini Kwan) died in an automobile accident on 2001-09-03, when the automobile she was a passenger in crashed. She was not wearing a seatbelt. Another passenger in the car was Angela Rockwood-Nguyen, the wife of fellow Vietnamese-American actor Dustin Nguyen. Rockwood-Nguyen also wasn't wearing a seatbelt but survived. However, because of the injuries she suffered she is now quadriplegic. The Power Rangers: Time Force episode "Circuit Unsure" was dedicated in memory of Thuy Trang.
  • Although actress Machiko Soga (The Japanese body actor for Rita Repulsa in Season one) stars in and is credited in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, she never actually recorded any footage for it, beyond an unaired version of the episode "Doomsday" that was originally intended to be the series finale. Footage was simply taken from Zyuranger and an English voice was dubbed over. Machiko Soga died of pancreatic cancer on 2006-05-07. Footage of her from Mahou Sentai Magiranger was used in Power Rangers: Mystic Force as Rita's good form Mystic Mother in the episode Mystic Fate in her memory.
  • There were initially no plans for Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver) to return to the show after 'The Green Candle' saga. He was to star in Saban's show VR Troopers, then named "Cybertron", as the main character, Adam Steele. He returned to MMPR due to his character's popularity. Brad Hawkins was cast to replace Frank in VR Troopers. Frank returned as the Green Ranger but would later become the White Ranger due to the new Green Ranger footage running out.
  • Voice actor Bob Papenbrook the voice of Rito Revolto died of chronic lung complications in March of 2006.

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Controversy

In the USA and Canada, the show was subject to much controversy from parents who felt the show was too violent for young children. Note that this was before television stations issued content warnings (in Canada), the V-chip and television ratings. In the USA, numerous complaints were sent to the FCC. In 1993, YTV obtained the Canadian broadcast rights to the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, which played to a receptive audience on weekday afternoons, trailing the American broadcast by several months. However, due to a handful of complaints sent to the recently formed Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, YTV was pressured to remove the series from their line-up due to its violent content. Despite not actually being a member of the CBSC board, YTV complied and pulled the series before the end of its first season. While a phone-in poll was conducted to see if viewers wanted Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers back on YTV, no further installments of the Power Rangers series ever aired on the network, although commercials for toys and videos were advertised on the network. Fox and the CanWest Global System stations were the only broadcasters of the series in Canada. Newer versions of the series are run on Family.[2] V-chip is a generic term used for a feature of television receivers allowing the blocking of programs based on their ratings category. ... It has been suggested that this article be split into articles entitled List of television rating systems, TV Parental Guidelines, Media content rating in country and Television content rating in country. ... The abbreviation FCC can refer to: Face-centered cubic (usually fcc), a crystallographic structure Federal Communications Commission, a US government organization Farm Credit Corporation/Farm Credit Canada, a Canadian government organization Families with Children from China, an adoption support organization Florida Christian College, a college in central Florida Fresno City... This article is about the Canadian television network. ... The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is an independent, non-governmental organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters to administer standards established by its members, Canadas private broadcasters. ... Power Rangers is a long-running American childrens television series adapted from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai Series, though it is not simply an English dub of the original. ... FOX redirects here. ... The Global Television Network (more commonly called Global) is a major English-language television network in Canada, owned by CanWest Global Communications. ... For the American channel, see Television networks preceding ABC Family or its current form ABC Family. ...


In Malaysia, as part of its campaign against drugs, the word "Morphin" is censored, by substituting or muting footage where the word is spoken (the phrase "It's morphin' time") or displayed onscreen, for fear that it could encourage children to become addicted with the uses of morphine. When it was broadcast on RTM (along with its toy commercials), it was called Mighty Power Rangers, or simply Power Rangers or Power Ranger. Litt Tak, Malaysia-based distributor of the Power Rangers toys since the first broadcast of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, has advertised the same second season toyline for the third season. In 2005, Litt Tak has turned its attention from the distribution of the toys under the Power Rangers brand, in favor of the toys under the Super Sentai series starting from Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger, whose footage was used on Power Rangers: Ninja Storm.[3] For other uses, see Drug (disambiguation). ... This article is about the drug. ... The first RTM logo used from 1957-1963 The second RTM logo used from 1963-1969 The third RTM logo used from 1969-1978 The fourth RTM logo used from 1978-1987 The fifth RTM logo used from 1987-2004 The sixth RTM logo used from 2004-present Radio Televisyen... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger ), translated into English as Stealth Wind Squadron Hurricaneger or Ninja Arts Squadron Hurricaneger, was Toei Company Limiteds 26th production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Power Rangers: Ninja Storm is the eleventh incarnation of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series. ...


In 1994, the New Zealand Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) upheld several complaints from members of the public about the level of violence in the show. The main concern of those complainants was that the show portrayed violence as the primary means of resolving conflict, and that this was influencing children to behave more violently more frequently. Immediately following the BSA decision, the second season of the show was all but canceled by Television New Zealand. New Zealand is the only country in the world where this show has been prematurely withdrawn from public broadcast to date.[4] DVD and video releases of the more recent Power Rangers series that were filmed in New Zealand can be found at The Warehouse, although general sales through video stores and other retailers are scarce. The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) is a New Zealand Crown Entity created by the Broadcasting Act 1989 to develop and uphold standards of brodcasting for radio, free-to-air and pay television. ... The TVNZ Television Centre in Central Auckland. ... The Warehouse, (NZX: WHS) founded by Stephen Tindall in 1982, is the largest department store retailer operating in New Zealand. ...


See also

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a videogame for Super Nintendo, Sega Mega Drive, Game Gear, Sega CD, and GameBoy. ...

References

  1. ^ Allison, Anne [June 2000]. "Sailor Moon: Japanese Superheroes for Global Girls", in Timothy J. Craig: Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture. M.E. Sharpe, 259-278. 
  2. ^ [1] - Canadian Broadcast Standards Council - Ontario Regional Council October 24, 1994 decision regarding CanWest Global's broadcasting of the show.
  3. ^ Power Rangers toyline on the Litt Tak official website
  4. ^ Bpinnz.Pdf

Anne Allison is a professor of cultural anthropology at Duke University in the United States, specializing in contemporary Japanese society. ...

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie was produced by 20th Century Fox in Summer of 1995. ... This article lists fictional characters from the Power Rangers universe who have served as Power Rangers. ... In the universe of the television series Power Rangers, Zords are colossal mechanical or bio-mechanical robotic vehicles. ... This is a list of fictional villains from the Power Rangers universe, appearing in the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, its sequels and related films. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... This is a list of characters from the Power Rangers universe - both Rangers and supporting characters. ... This is a list of Power Rangers episodes. ... Below is a list of planets in the fictional universe of the childrens television program, Power Rangers. ... In the Power Rangers series of television shows, the Battlizer is a special armored enhancement given to some of the Power Rangers. ... 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Power Rangers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4088 words)
A Power Ranger is a person who morphs from a natural, unpowered form into a form fitting battle suit, which also has a helmet with an opaque visor, which in many cases serves to protect his or her secret identity.
A morphed Ranger generally possesses superhuman strength, durability, and hand-to-hand combat ability; unmorphed Rangers may possess other innate abilities (such as telepathy, super speed, invisibility, great hand-to-hand combat ability, etc.) which are usually not directly related to his or her Ranger powers.
Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy was the first season to feature archvillains who are permanently destroyed at the end of the season by a Ranger team (Scorpius and Trakeena, though Trakeena is shown at the end of Lost Galaxy of leaving Terra Venture in spirit form).
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4190 words)
In 1996, the Mighty Morphin label was retired as the series would follow in the footsteps of its Sentai source material, changing its name every year; thus Power Rangers the franchise was born.
After the Rangers' powers were destroyed when Rito Revolto demolished the Thunderzords, the team journeyed to the Temple of Power in the Desert of Despair and met Ninjor, the creator of the Power Coins who gave them each the power and skills of the Ninja.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has been banned from broadcast in New Zealand due to its violence [4] (Ironically, the show's latest incarnations are taped in New Zealand due to high production cost in the U.S.).
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