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"Power Rangers S.P.D." Resurrection (2005)

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Power Rangers S.P.D.: Season 1: Episode 35 -- Jack needs to decide what he really wants to do with his life and the Rangers are dealt a shocking revelation.


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Saburo Yatsude (Japanese series originated by)
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Original Air Date:
4 November 2005 (Season 1, Episode 35)
A new outside interest keeps Jack from performing his Ranger duties in a timely manner, precipitating a confrontation with Doggie... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Brandon Jay McLaren ... Jack Landors / Red SPD Ranger

Chris Violette ... Sky Tate / Blue SPD Ranger

Matt Sadowski ... Bridge Carson / Green SPD Ranger (also archive footage) (as Matt Austin)

Monica May ... Elizabeth 'Z' Delgado / Yellow SPD Ranger

Alycia Purrott ... Sydney 'Syd' Drew / Pink SPD Ranger

John Tui ... Commander Anubis 'Doggie' Cruger

Rene Naufahu ... Emperor Gruumm

Michelle Langstone ... Dr. Katherine 'Kat' Manx
Kelson Henderson ... Boom (credit only)
Olivia James-Baird ... Mora
Barnie Duncan ... Piggy (credit only)
Beth Allen ... Ally Samuels

Gina Varela ... Charlie / A-Squad Red Ranger
Andrew Laing ... Delex (voice)

Tom Kane ... Monster (voice)
Derek Judge ... Bluehead (voice)
James Gaylyn ... Orange Head (voice)

Jim McLarty ... Broodwing (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gregory Cooper ... A-Squad Yellow Ranger (uncredited)
Nick Kemplen ... A-Squad Blue Ranger (uncredited)
Motoko Nagino ... A-Squad Pink Ranger (uncredited)
Brett Stewart ... Omega Ranger (voice) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Saburo Yatsude  Japanese series originated by (as Saburo Hatte)

Produced by
Charles Knight .... post-production producer
Koichi Sakamoto .... executive producer
Original Music by
Ron Wasserman (original theme)
Casting by
Christina Asher 
Makeup Department
Greg Aronowitz .... special makeup effects artist
Kylie Harris .... additional makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Luke Robinson .... first assistant director
Art Department
Donna Pearman .... art department runner
Sound Department
Stefan Brough .... sound effects editor
Chris Burt .... sound designer
Special Effects by
Brendon Durey .... special effects supervisor
Hauk Olafsson .... special effects technician
Dan Perry .... prosthetics makeup
Visual Effects by
Stephen Karl .... visual effects artist
George Port .... visual effects supervisor
Abigail Scollay .... digital compositor: PRP
Pania Williams .... visual effects artist
Kirstin Wright .... visual effects artist
Carol Petrie .... visual effects artist: PRPVFX Limited (uncredited)
Craig Dunn .... stunt coordinator
Isaac Hamon .... stunts
Steve McQuillan .... stunt coordinator
Hiroo Minami .... stunt double: Green SPD Ranger, Matt Austin (uncredited)
Jason Ybarra .... stunts
Akihiro Haga .... stunt double: Red SPD Ranger (uncredited)
Hirokazu Iwakami .... stunt double: Shadow Ranger (uncredited)
Namihei Koshige .... stunt double: Pink SPD Ranger (uncredited)
Motoko Nagino .... stunt double: Yellow SPD Ranger (uncredited)
Yuji Tanimura .... stunt double: Omega Ranger (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Geoffrey Short .... still photographer
Paul Franck .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Kathleen Howell .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Deb Brown .... costume supervisor
Music Department
Steven Vincent .... music supervisor
Other crew
Terry Green .... prosthetics technician
Alison Titulaer .... location assistant

Series Crew
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Directed by
Mark Beesley 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Greg Aronowitz 
David Garber  written by
Bruce Kalish 
Jackie Marchand 

Produced by
Greg Aronowitz .... executive producer
Sally Campbell .... producer
Bruce Kalish .... executive producer
Original Music by
Bruce Lynch 
Makeup Department
Michael Krehl .... makeup artist
Sound Department
Dave Hurley .... sound recordist
Daniel Arrias .... stunts
Shane Dawson .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
Rob Marsh .... camera operator
Dale McCready .... Steadicam operator
Other crew
Peter Madamba .... script researcher
Production CompaniesSpecial EffectsOther Companies

Additional Details

Did You Know?

This is the first episode of the season that can be structurally regarded as two short stories of equal length running consecutively. The first segment (that can be distinguished as "Confrontation") deals with Jack finding an interest to pursue outside of S.P.D., which leads Cruger to dress him down when it clearly interferes with his Ranger duties. The second segment ("Resurrection") deals with the discovery of the long lost and presumed dead 'A' Squad S.P.D. Power Rangers. These are two distinct ideas that are not integrated, merely connected at the center.See more »
Ally Samuels:Okay, would you arrest me even if I told you I wasn't stealing these? My dad owns the company. We give clothing to the needy out of our good will.
Jack Landors:Yeah. Yeah, I would still arrest you. But I have to admit it is a good story.
Ally Samuels:Well, I hate to burst your inflated badge, bucko, but it happens to be the truth. The name's Ally Samuels. My dad owns Samuel's Clothing. And if you take a look behind that prejudging brain of yours, you'll see our name on the side of the van.
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