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Jason David Frank,
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Tracy Lynn Cruz,
Patricia Ja Lee,
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Alexander P. Heartman,
Hector David Jr.
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Jason David Frank,
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when you see the lunar wolf ranger's laser pool table from the side when he is using it in the calling of the zords part, the animal crystals are the size of a man's fist, when seconds before when Merrick puts his crystals on the laser pool table, he does it with all three in one hand and also look at the scene when Merrick returns the giraffe, elephant, black bear and polar bear crystals to the rangers, he has all four in one hand. See more »
Solidly entertaining (though a considerable notch below "Time Force") show that concerns a new team of Rangers picked by a ancient Princess to defend the Earth from ancient Org monsters. The show is bad in the first few episodes, but vastly improves when the Zenaku saga comes along.
The show is then boosted with a superb teamup with the cast from Time Force and a special 10th anniversary episode which marks all the past and present Red Rangers teaming up to save the world from the remains of the Machine Empire.
Besides all the high points, "Wild Force" is disappointingly panned by a lot of people, just because of the first few episodes. Once you get used to it, this is a entertaining little show that gets more fun as it progresses. Tight-pacing, decent acting by 3/4's of the cast (Volok, Guzman and Jeanmarie's acting sucks), and a somewhat solid storyline help moves things along.
Followed by "Power Rangers Ninja Storm."
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