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Power Rangers Turbo 

Divatox has begun her invasion on Earth and the Power Rangers trade in their Zeo crystal powers for Turbo technology powers to combat this new threat.
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Complete series cast summary:
Blake Foster ...  Blue Turbo Ranger / ... 45 episodes, 1997
Gregg Bullock ...  Lt. Jerome Stone / ... 45 episodes, 1997
Carol Hoyt ...  Divatox / ... 45 episodes, 1997
Jason Narvy ...  Eugene 'Skull' Skullovitch 45 episodes, 1997
Donene Kistler Donene Kistler ...  Alpha 6 / ... 45 episodes, 1997
Derek Stephen Prince ...  Elgar / ... 45 episodes, 1997
Scott Page-Pagter Scott Page-Pagter ...  Porto 45 episodes, 1997
Lex Lang ...  Rygog / ... 44 episodes, 1997
Ed Neil ...  Rygog / ... 44 episodes, 1997
Paul Schrier ...  Farkas 'Bulk' Bulkmeier 44 episodes, 1997
Katerina Luciani Katerina Luciani ...  Alpha 6 / ... 42 episodes, 1997
Tomoya Kawai Tomoya Kawai ...  Rygog / ... 37 episodes, 1997
Yorie Terauchi Yorie Terauchi ...  Divatox 37 episodes, 1997
Tracy Lynn Cruz ...  Ashley Hammond / ... 28 episodes, 1997
Roger Velasco ...  Carlos Valerte / ... 28 episodes, 1997
Kenny Graceson Kenny Graceson ...  Elgar 30 episodes, 1997
Patricia Ja Lee ...  Cassie Chan / ... 28 episodes, 1997
Selwyn Ward ...  T.J. Johnson / ... 28 episodes, 1997
Danny Wayne Danny Wayne ...  Elgar / ... 24 episodes, 1997
Hilary Shepard ...  Divatox 20 episodes, 1997
Johnny Yong Bosch ...  Adam Park / ... 19 episodes, 1997
Nakia Burrise ...  Tanya Sloan / ... 19 episodes, 1997
Jason David Frank ...  Red Turbo Ranger / ... 19 episodes, 1997
Catherine Sutherland ...  Katherine 'Kat' Hillard / ... 19 episodes, 1997
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Divatox has begun her invasion on Earth and the Power Rangers trade in their Zeo crystal powers for Turbo technology powers to combat this new threat.

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Trivia

While a guest on the Power Rangers Playback YouTube Series, Steve Cardenas revealed that he was supposed to come back for Power Rangers Turbo. The real reason he left, was because he went to the producers and told them that since Turbo was going to be their final season together, and while some cast members had been there longer than others, he felt like since they were all doing the same amount of work, that they should all get equal pay. The producers disagreed. Cardenas said he realized nothing was going to change and asked to leave. They requested that he at least stay long enough for them to write his character, Rocky, off. So he agreed to do the movie, and the first two episodes of Turbo. See more »

Quotes

Blue Senturion: The Blue Senturion always gets his man. Or, in this case, monster.
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Connections

Referenced in Warren: Warren's on Spring Break (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

Power Rangers Turbo, Go!
Written and Performed by Ron Wasserman
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Not bad but not good
25 July 2000 | by Derek-86See all my reviews

When the movie came out I was pretty excited. It was good too because it had two of the old rangers in it. But after a while it started to lose its touch. Justin was a good touch. I thought it was cute. A kid being a Power Ranger. During the series they changed to new Rangers. I had to admit that it made me feel a bit uncomfortable. Getting 4 strange new rangers who didn't have any experience, you never saw what they could do, or anything. But then I thought well thats how Power Rangers started off in the first place. And I have to admit they did do good. I wouldn't say they were as good as the original but they were good. Now the end was great. The last two episodes "Chase into Space" was good. I think the last 2 episodes made up for all the mistakes they did throughout the series.


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Language:

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Release Date:

19 April 1997 (USA) See more »

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