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Lord Zedd's Monster Heads: The Greatest Villains of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1995)

Upon spying on Angel Grove High's Halloween party, Lord Zedd decides that Halloween is one Earth holiday he can truly sink his teeth into. He decides to throw his own Halloween bash, and he... See full summary »
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Aisha Campbell / The Yellow Ranger (voice) (archive footage)
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Lord Zedd / Finster (voice)
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Red / Green Ranger Double (archive footage)
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Adam Park / The Black Ranger (voice) (archive footage)
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Rocky DeSantos / The Red Ranger (voice) (archive footage)
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Rita Repulsa (voice) (archive footage)
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Kimberly Hart / The Pink Ranger (voice) (archive footage)
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Zack Taylor / The Black Ranger (voice) (archive footage)
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Goldar (voice) (archive footage) (as Ryan O'Flannigan)
Dave Mallow ...
Baboo (voice) (archive footage)
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Rita Repulsa (archive footage)
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Rita Repulsa (archive footage)
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Jason Lee Scott / The Red Ranger (voice) (archive footage)
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Upon spying on Angel Grove High's Halloween party, Lord Zedd decides that Halloween is one Earth holiday he can truly sink his teeth into. He decides to throw his own Halloween bash, and he flashes back on some of the greatest monsters he and Rita had ever sent to fight the Power Rangers, such as Eye Guy, Knasty Knight, Terror Toad, and Silver Horns. Written by Shadowslayer

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With the exception of the shot of Lord Zedd facing directly into the camera, every bit of this video is stock footage from earlier episodes of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993). The "Halloween party" is actually Zedd and Rita's wedding reception. See more »

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Lord Zedd calls Silver Horns "the Silver Horn". See more »

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Lord Zedd: Oh, how I love the excitement that my monsters bring to the conflict. Each one presents its own, unusual danger. Rita's Terror Toad was a perfect example of a particularly talented monster.
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LORD ZEDD (bumbumbum) LORD ZEDD
25 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, this is an odd one. A promotional Power Rangers video during one of the high points in the series, it's simply nothing more than a bunch of stock footage with added dialog to connect it all with Halloween. As a kid, I ate it up, but now as a young adult, it becomes painfully aware how this video was designed for a few cheap bucks. Not that it matters now, the only way to find it is through yard sales and thrift stores. I'd only buy it if it was around fifty cents, and you were sure it was in good enough condition to watch (these tapes weren't put together very well). About the only reason I have to rewatch it is for the ads at the beginning of the tape.

Final Grade: F, only for the serious Power Rangers collector.


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