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Power Rangers Samurai: Season 2: Episode 22 -- (Domestic) The Samurai Rangers get stuck in the Megazord's cockpit on Christmas Eve when it breaks down after battling a Nighlok.  Will they be able to make it out in time to celebrate Christmas? (International) The Samurai Rangers get stuck in the Megazord's cockpit on Christmas Eve when it breaks down after battling a Nighlok.  Will they be able to make it out in time to celebrate Christmas?


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7 February 2011 (USA) See more »
A new generation of Power Rangers must master the mystical and ancient Samurai Symbols of Power which give them control over the elements of Fire... See more »
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 (Series Cast Summary - 14 of 41)

Alexander P. Heartman ... Jayden / ... (46 episodes, 2011-2012)

Erika Fong ... Mia / ... (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Hector David Jr. ... Green Samurai Ranger / ... (46 episodes, 2011-2012)

Najee De-Tiege ... Blue Samurai Ranger / ... (46 episodes, 2011-2012)

Brittany Anne Pirtle ... Emily / ... (46 episodes, 2011-2012)

Rene Naufahu ... Mentor Ji (46 episodes, 2011-2012)

Jeff Szusterman ... Octoroo / ... (44 episodes, 2011-2012)

Paul Schrier ... Farkas 'Bulk' Bulkmeier (43 episodes, 2011-2012)

Felix Ryan ... Spike Skullovitch (43 episodes, 2011-2012)

Kate Elliott ... Dayu (32 episodes, 2011-2012)

Steven Skyler ... Antonio Garcia / ... (30 episodes, 2011-2012)

Ricardo Medina Jr. ... Deker (24 episodes, 2011-2012)
Derek Judge ... Serrator / ... (15 episodes, 2011-2012)

Stig Eldred ... Narrator (15 episodes, 2011)

Series Directed by
Akihiro Noguchi (20 episodes, 2011-2012)
Jonathan Brough (12 episodes, 2011-2012)
Peter Salmon (9 episodes, 2011-2012)
Nobuhiro Suzumura (4 episodes, 2012)
Luke Robinson (3 episodes, 2011)
Jonathan Tzachor (2 episodes, 2011-2012)
Series Writing credits
Haim Saban (41 episodes, 2011-2012)
Yasuko Kobayashi (39 episodes, 2011-2012)
James W. Bates (23 episodes, 2011-2012)
Jill Donnellan (21 episodes, 2011-2012)
Saburo Yatsude (20 episodes, 2011)
Amira Lopez (19 episodes, 2011)
David Henry Schneider (12 episodes, 2011)
Seth Walther (8 episodes, 2011-2012)
Jonathan Rosenthal (5 episodes, 2011-2012)
David McDermott (4 episodes, 2011-2012)
Amit Bhaumik (3 episodes, 2011-2012)
Samuel P. McLean (3 episodes, 2011-2012)
Marc Handler (3 episodes, 2012)

David Garber (unknown episodes, 2011)
Tony Oliver (unknown episodes, 2011)

Series Produced by
Brian Casentini .... co-producer (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Sally Campbell .... producer (41 episodes, 2011-2012)
Haim Saban .... executive producer (41 episodes, 2011-2012)
Jonathan Tzachor .... executive producer (41 episodes, 2011-2012)
Series Original Music by
Noam Kaniel (24 episodes, 2011)
Nicholas Varley (24 episodes, 2011)
Series Cinematography by
Ilan Rosenberg (12 episodes, 2011)
Series Film Editing by
Brough Johnson (12 episodes, 2011-2012)
Mark Taylor (3 episodes, 2012)
Jochen Fitzherbert (2 episodes, 2011)
Series Casting by
Iris Hampton (24 episodes, 2011)
Series Production Design by
Miro Harre (20 episodes, 2011)
Series Art Direction by
Rachael Cooper-White (20 episodes, 2011)
Series Costume Design by
Jaindra Watson (20 episodes, 2011)
Series Makeup Department
Kevin Dufty .... make up supervisor (1 episode, 2011)
Series Production Management
Janet McIver .... unit production manager (1 episode, 2011)
Danielle White .... production supervisor (1 episode, 2012)
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Masaki Onishi .... second unit director (22 episodes, 2012)
Lindsay Gough .... third assistant director (16 episodes, 2011)
Natasha Romaniuk .... first assistant director (12 episodes, 2011)
Nicola Birchfield .... second assistant director (9 episodes, 2011)
Ricky Silvester .... third assistant director (8 episodes, 2011)
Robyn Grace .... first assistant director (2 episodes, 2011-2012)
James Hanline .... additional assistant director (2 episodes, 2011)
Series Art Department
Filippo Valsecchi .... concept artist / graphic designer (24 episodes, 2011)
Guja Healy .... lead plasterer (2 episodes, 2011)
Series Sound Department
Chris Burt .... sound designer (24 episodes, 2011)
Glen Bullen .... sound effects editor / sound editor (13 episodes, 2011)
Stefan Brough .... sound effects editor / sound editor (12 episodes, 2011)
Series Special Effects by
Vic Beksinski .... key technician second unit (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Dagan Jurd .... special effects technician (6 episodes, 2011)
Series Visual Effects by
Cody Amos .... visual effects artist (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Sarah-Jane Lloyd .... visual effects artist (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Marko Los .... visual effects artist (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Meow Nutjaree Wannasri .... visual effects artist (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Hugh Smith .... visual effects artist (25 episodes, 2011-2012)
Clifford Chan .... visual effects artist (24 episodes, 2011)
Stephen Karl .... visual effects artist (24 episodes, 2011)
Anu Webster .... visual effects editor (24 episodes, 2011)
Brough Johnson .... visual effects editor (20 episodes, 2011)
Carol Petrie .... visual effects supervisor (20 episodes, 2011)
Brad Davison .... visual effects editor (20 episodes, 2012)
Pania Williams .... visual effects artist (10 episodes, 2011)
Series Stunts
Akihiro Haga .... stunt double (24 episodes, 2011)
Lachlan Parkinson .... stunt performer (4 episodes, 2011)

Kazuhiro Yokoyama .... stunt performer (unknown episodes)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
David Steel .... second assistant camera (44 episodes, 2011-2012)
Alyssa Kath .... second assistant camera (24 episodes, 2011)
Ben Rowsell .... first assistant camera (23 episodes, 2011-2012)
Laetitia Belen .... video split operator (22 episodes, 2011-2012)
Amber Marie Smith .... video split operator (21 episodes, 2011)
Willy Pearce .... first assistant camera (8 episodes, 2011)
Series Casting Department
Michael Hansen .... casting associate (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Jenna Johnson .... casting associate (20 episodes, 2011)
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department
James Rogers .... costume props supervisor (45 episodes, 2011-2012)
Amy Craven .... costumer (24 episodes, 2011)
Filippo Valsecchi .... costume illustrator (24 episodes, 2011)
Ann Mockett .... pattern maker (22 episodes, 2012)
Andy Mowbray .... costume props maker (18 episodes, 2011)
Series Editorial Department
Alana Cotton .... assistant colorist (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Paul Lear .... colorist (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Anna Randall .... post-production coordinator (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Brad Davison .... assistant editor (2 episodes, 2011)
Series Location Management
Jordi Scott Smith .... key assistant location manager (24 episodes, 2011)
Series Music Department
Noam Kaniel .... theme song arranged by (1 episode, 2011)
Series Transportation Department
Juliet Williams .... cast driver (20 episodes, 2011)
Series Other crew
Amit Bhaumik .... consultant (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Bryce Pearce .... safety officer (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
Koichi Sakamoto .... action director (46 episodes, 2011-2012)
James E. Mastroianni .... script & story coordinator (45 episodes, 2011-2012)
Sylvia Guerra .... production secretary (28 episodes, 2011-2012)
Hayley Abbott .... script supervisor (24 episodes, 2011)
James W. Bates .... story editor (24 episodes, 2011)
Elie Dekel .... president: Saban Brands (24 episodes, 2011)
Federico Silva .... team manager (23 episodes, 2011-2012)
David Holmberg .... creatures supervisor (21 episodes, 2011)
Aria Harrison .... script supervisor (8 episodes, 2011)
Katharine Phyn .... script supervisor (5 episodes, 2011)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Power Rangers Super Samurai" - USA (second season title)
"Saban's Power Rangers Samurai" - USA (complete title)
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USA:22 min
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Eugene was originally going to become the Gold Ranger, creating his own morpher behind the others' backs.See more »
Narrator:Centuries ago in Japan, Nighlok monsters invaded our world, but samurai warriors defeated them with power symbols, passed down from parent to child. Today the evil Nighlok have risen once again and plan to flood the earth. Luckily, a new generation of heroes stand in their way. They are the Power Rangers Samurai.See more »
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7 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Enough is Enough, the Power Rangers TV Series Has Got to Go!!!!!, 26 October 2011
Author: RootBeerTapper from United States

It really does not matter how many seasons or installments of the Power Rangers TV series have been made or which company owns such franchise, they all simply and virtually stink like hell, and it is undoubtedly a waste of time and money. First and foremost, the Saban Capital Group, which is formerly called the Saban Entertainment, and Disney (before and after Saban in terms of the ownership of the aforesaid franchise), have had been using stock footages and many props of the original source of the Japanese TV series, by the genre of the Super Sentai, while hiring their own actors and actresses for their own cast of characters that they've set up (where do/did those ridiculously simple names come from?), as well as creating some of their own props, story lines and scenes/footages here and there, as parts of their adaptation of such TV series just to "create their very own." As people with real common sense can tell you, it is an absolute C.R.A.P. (Compilation(s) of Retardedly 4ssho1!sh Presentations), the plans of the production of such TV series have had often been poorly executed almost from the day it was debuted to this very day!!! This sort of adaptation just amounts to plagiarism at its worst, and it has already been overdone. I cannot believe Toei, the Japanese TV production company that is the true creator of many modern tokusatsu TV shows, including the Super Sentai genre, would allow those aforementioned companies to do this. I want the people in Toei to know that Haim Saban, the CEO of the aforementioned company, once called the franchise that he "founded," the Power Rangers, to be "five retards in spandex" (virtually all the characters of his franchise are retards, whether they are in spandex or not). And Guess what? He was right! The people within his production crew just never seem to know what they have been doing to create a TV show with qualities, but rather, they have genuinely made it a fv¢k!n9 joke. All they care about is making money off of the unsuspecting viewers/fans (mostly young and stupid) with the creation of this garbage. There has virtually been no real creativity behind each installment of the Power Rangers TV series except for simply taking other people's/companies' ideas, props, stock footages, etc. of the original TV series of Japan (and of other sources on several occasions) while making some adjustments to them before applying them to its production, and at times, certain characters of the entire TV series to date have had been rehashed from one installment of it into another or so (i.e., Tommy Oliver, Bulk, Skull, Alpha, etc.) with no logical reason or whatsoever. The latest Power Rangers installment, Power Rangers Samurai, simply goes to show you just that (for example, the use of the Kanji by the Power Rangers during their morphing sequence as well as other features that Saban and his crew clearly did not create at all, they just simply made some modifications here and there to fool the aforesaid audience, and by recycling the characters of Bulk and Skull, who have already appeared in the previous installments of the Power Rangers TV series, in such latest installment, kind of raises questions among some of the long-time viewers of the show), just like many of its predecessors, and I'm afraid the future installments of that TV series would be no different, which the production crew of the TV series won't learn from and can't steer clear of their mistakes. I hope that Toei would withdraw the rights of Saban Capital Group (or any of its wannabes should they acquire such rights) to adapt any more installments of their Super Sentai TV series (as well as of other genres should Saban and his crew try to acquire the rights for their adaptation) and sue them for plagiarism and mockery! In addition, the Power Rangers fans overall are a real bunch of fv¢kt@rds for lobbying stupid ideas into and promoting such bv11sh!t, shame on them all! These people are basically morons, who delusionally think such TV series that they espouse is better than its original counterpart (the source of adaptation). Some even have gone as far as saying that they don't need the Japanese TV production people, who have been the ones doing the actual works of creating the Super Sentai TV series that Saban and his cohorts (as well as Disney and its respective ones after and before) have plagiarized and butchered, to create the trash that they love so much, and I agree that they don't need those people or any of their products to create the so-called Power Rangers; however, it has been created at their expense, which really needs to stop. Power Rangers in itself is a failure, and sadly, it has been well-tolerated, which it should not be! Honestly, that TV series is truly a LAUGHINGSTOCK no matter how you slice it! I hope Mr. Saban and his production crew would create the Power Rangers TV series that is totally and truly of their own, meaning no props, stock footages or direct plots/story lines from the original sources, had they done it, such franchise would be worth it even if it may not rival the Super Sentai TV series.

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