All Genres: Sport
Release Year: 2009
Rating: 5.8 (0)
Director: Andrew Morahan
- He knew Paris was for lovers. He just didnt think they were all hers.
Writing by: Mike Jefferies – (screenplay)
Piers Ashworth – (writer)
Produced by: Piers Ashworth – co-producer
Matt Barrelle – producer
Peter Hargitay – executive producer
Stevie Hargitay – associate producer
Peter Heslop – producer
Mike Jefferies – producer
Danny Stepper – executive producer
Cast: JJ Feild – Liam Adams
Leo Gregory – Charlie Braithwaite
Kuno Becker – Santiago Munez
Nick Moran – Nick Ashworth
Kasia Smutniak – Sophia Rossi
Anya Lahiri – June
Tamer Hassan – Ronnie
Craig Heaney – Phil
Jack McBride – Walter
Christopher Fairbank – Foghorn
Mike Elliot – Gordon
Music: Mark Thomas
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Plot Outline: A team of teenagers with attitude are recruited and try save Angel Grove from the evil witch Rita Repulsa and later Lord Zedd Emperor of all he sees and their horde of monsters.
Plot: Heroes compete on the greatest stage of all, the 2006 FIFA World Cup Finals in Germany.
Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
During the third season, bloopers and extended scenes were often played during the end credits.
Goofs: We know about 6 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Revealing mistakes: In episode 72, “Green No More Part I”, Lord Zedd has captured the rangers in an energy field, while he walks around gloating. Duct tape is visible on his staff just below the “Z” presumably broken during rehearsal because it is used to fight a powerless Tommy later.
Trivia: There are 43 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- In the episode “Trick or Treat”, Skull has the numbers “24601″ tattooed on his chest. This is reference to Jean Valjeans prison number in Les Miserables (also used by Seymour Skinner and Sideshow Bob in "The Simpsons" (1989), Hank Jennings in "Twin Peaks" (1990).
- An alternate ending to the episode “Doomsday” was filmed in case the show was not renewed. The alternate ending depicted the Rangers sealing Rita and her minions in the Space Dumpster. This ending mirrored the last episode of "Kyôryû sentai Juurenjâ" (1992), upon which Power Rangers was based.
- This series is an Americanized version of a Japanese Super Sentai series called "Kyôryû sentai Juurenjâ" (1992) (Dinosaur Team Beast Ranger); this is most evident in the combat scenes, which are obviously stock footage from an older series. Each subsequent Power Rangers series is an Americanized version of a subsequent Super Sentai series.