Chôriki sentai Ohranger Vs Kakuranger (1996)

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Credited cast:
Masaru Shishindo ...
Kunio Masaoka ...
Masashi Goda ...
Ayumi Asô ...
Tamao Satô ...
Hisashi Sakai ...
Hiroshi Miyauchi ...
Teruaki Ogawa ...
Satomi Hirose ...
Shun Kawai ...
Hiroshi Tsuchida ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shinobu Adachi ...
Kocha (voice)
Masahiro Anzai ...
Onbu-Obake (voice)
Tatsuyuki Jinnai ...
Bara Gear (voice)


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8 March 1996 (Japan)  »

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Ohranger Vs Kakuranger  »

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This crossover would start the yearly crossover VS. series. See more »


The crossover doesn't work as canon due to the fact that Gunmajin and Tackle Boy didn't show up in the series until after Emperor Bacchus Wrath's defeat and that Bacchus Wrath's death took place during OhBlocker's debut. See more »


Gunmajin: No, no. You two should not be fighting. You should get along. What are you fighting over? Is it money? Or is it a woman? Or is it food? Please tell me so that I may understand.
Yuuji Mita: No! It's useless to try to be a mediator in their fight!
Bara Gear: Shut up, go away! You're bothering us!
Gunmajin: This is not good! What ungratefulness! Don't you have any words of gratitude for your mediator?
Bara Gear: You've been blabbering way too long!
Onbu-Obake: You're killing the mood! Get lost!
Gunmajin: What? A ghost!
Gorou Hoshino: Gunmajin! What's wrong?
Gunmajin: Sorry! Ghosts are ...
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Spun-off from Chouriki Sentai Ohranger (1995) See more »

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pretty good for such an early team-up
13 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In Power Rangers Zeo, there was a 2-part episode titled Rangers Of Two Worlds. The episode featured the Zeo Rangers teaming up with the Alien Rangers to stop King Mondo and his machines. In my later years, as I discovered Sentai, I wondered what was cut out of the episode. It seemed that there wasn't too much left out, which led to a little bit of disappointment. Unlike its succeeding team-up movies, this one doesn't use the mecha from the previous series. Only the Ohranger mecha are seen. The movie plays like an episode of Ohranger, opening and closing as such with very little special treatment given. Kakuranger doesn't even show up until the second half of the movie. Strangely enough, they're the only ones who get a true henshin sequence in the movie. Still, it was cool seeing what was cut out and what was changed, specifically the nature of the odd pink monster. Still, for something that hadn't been attempted since Goranger vs. JAKQ in the early days of Sentai, this was pretty good. Check it out if you're a Sentai or a Power Rangers fan.

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