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Power Rangers Wild Force 

Five teenagers are chosen by five Power Animals to become the Wild Force Rangers, to fight the evil Jinderax and Toxica and their evil Orgs.
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Series cast summary:
Ricardo Medina Jr. ...  Cole Evans / ... 40 episodes, 2002
Alyson Sullivan ...  Lt. Taylor Earhardt / ... 40 episodes, 2002
Phillip Jeanmarie ...  Max Cooper / ... 40 episodes, 2002
Jessica Rey ...  Alyssa Enrile / ... 40 episodes, 2002
Jack Guzman ...  Danny Delgado / ... 40 episodes, 2002
Ann Marie Crouch ...  Princess Shayla 40 episodes, 2002
Ilia Volok ...  Master Org 40 episodes, 2002
Sin Wong Sin Wong ...  Toxica / ... 40 episodes, 2002
Danny Wayne Danny Wayne ...  Jindrax / ... 35 episodes, 2002
Terence J. Rotolo ...  Jindrax / ... 2 episodes, 2002
Philip Andrew Philip Andrew ...  Merrick Baliton / ... 26 episodes, 2002
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Storyline

Power Rangers Wild Force takes place in a city known as Turtle Lake, where evil creatures of the past called The Orgs have returned from their long slumber to cause havoc on earth! As The Orgs return, Princess Shayla of the floating sky island, Animarium, summons forth a group of young adults to call forth the powers of - Power Rangers Wild Force! Together, the Rangers and their Zords must save the planet from Master Org and his minions. Written by Dunner1

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Trivia

Not all of the cast got along with each other. According to Jessica Rey, Ricardo Medina Jr. was very cocky, while Alyson Sullivan kept to herself. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Connections

Spin-off Power Rangers: Super Legends (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

End Title Theme
Composed by Lior Rosner, Paul Gordon, Drew DeAscentis
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*** out of 4 stars
24 May 2003 | by bclayton1See all my reviews

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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Release Date:

9 February 2002 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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(40 episodes)

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Color
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