Power Rangers/Season One

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Season One
Power Rangers
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Season Premiere August 28, 1993
January 2, 2010 (Reversioning)
Season Finale May 23, 1994
August 28, 2010 (Reversioning)
Episode Count 60
Notable Episodes 1x01 - Day of the Dumpster
1x17 - Green with Evil: Out of Control (1)
1x18 - Green with Evil: Jason's Battle (2)
1x19 - Green with Evil: The Rescue (3)
1x20 - Green with Evil: Eclipsing Megazord (4)
1x21 - Green with Evil: Breaking the Spell (5)
1x25 - Gung Ho!
1x34 - The Green Candle (1)
1x35 - The Green Candle (2)
1x39 - Doomsday (1)
1x40 - Doomsday (2)
1x49 - Return of an Old Friend (1)
1x50 - Return of an Old Friend (2)
1x60 - An Oyster Stew
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Season One of Power Rangers premiered on August 28, 1993. The first season ran for sixty episodes, ending its run on May 23, 1994. It uses footage from the sixteenth Super Sentai series, Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger. The first 32 episodes of the season have been picked up to be "reversioned" and began airing on ABC Kids in January 2010.

Cast: See Cast Listing

Production Staff: Haim Saban and Shuki Levy (executive producers); Ronnie Hadar and Jonathan Tzachor (producers); Ellen Levy-Sarnoff (co-producer); Winston Richard and Tony Oliver (supervising producers);

Katy Wallin (casting); Chip Lynn (production manager); Ilan Rosenberg (director of photography); Yuda Ako (production designer); Larry Kent Litton and Jeff Roberts (1st assistant directors); H.J. Olofsson (2nd assistant director); Isaac Florentine (2nd unit director); Sean McLin (2nd unit director of photography); Wendy Walters (production coordinator); Janee Hull-Page (script supervisor); Steve Miller (art director); Tim Papienski (set designer); Mark Richardson (prop master); Charles Matthews Casting (extras); Dana Baker and John Aronson (gaffers); Gerry O'Malley (1st assistant camera); Jeffrey Civa and Andrew Thurman (2nd assistant camera); Scott Whited (key grip); Chuck Bush (sound mixer); Shawna Leavell (costume designer); Carlos David Amador (makeup & hair supervisor); John Barrett and Isaac Florentine (stunt choreographers); Wayne Middleton (location manager); Ron Trost (special effects); Shawn Burke, Nadia Saloom and Nancy Kennedy (assistants to the producers); Gai Loper (production controller); Laurence Franks (production accountant); Shuki Levy (music); Ron Kenan (executive in charge of music); David Hillenbrand (music coordinator); Ron Wasserman and Baron Abramovitch (music engineers); Mark Ryan and Nick Carr (music editors); Wilson Dyer (sound supervisor); Bob Manahan, Andrew Somers and Tim Harsh (re-recording mixers); Eric S. Rollman (executive in charge of post production); Paul F. Rosenthal (post production supervisor); Brian Longbotham (visual effects); Mickie Reuster (visual effects coordinator); Charlie Bowyer, John Blizek, Joshua Robinson and Sharon Janis (editors); John C. Walts (post production coordinator); sound stages provided by Sir Film Studios; Foto-Kem Industries (lab services); Modern Videofilm (post production); Filmtrucks, Inc. (grip and lighting equipment); Keiser Sports Health Equipment, Health-O-Meter, Nordic Track, Inc., Slush Puppies, Rollerblade, Inc., Bunn Corporation, Fitness Quest, Bollinger & Scott Iron Weights (health equipment); Packard Bell (carpenter equipment); Environment Media Association (environmental consultants); Renaissance Atlantic Entertainment and Toei Company, LTD. in association with MMPR Productions, Inc.

Writers: Tony Oliver, Shuki Levy, Steve Kramer, Cheryl Saban, Jeff Deckman, Ronnie Sperling, Julianne Klemm, Gary Glasberg, Stewart St. John, Mark Hoffmeier, Tom Wyner, Mark Ryan, Cindy McKay, Peggy Nicoll, Chris Schoon, Mark McKain, Douglas Sloan, Shell Danielson, Daniel J. Sarnoff, Ellen Levy-Sarnoff, Mark Litton

Directors: Adrian Carr, Robert Hughes, Jeff Reiner, David Blyth, Shuki Levy, Terence H. Winkless, Worth Keeter, John Stewart

Episodes

The ABC Kids airdates indicate the production order. While this does fix some continuity errors that came with the original Fox Kids airdates, it also opens some new ones.
# # Title Original Fox Kids Airdate ABC Kids
Reversioning Airdate
 0 0 Day of the Dumpster (Pilot) unaired
1 1 Day of the Dumpster August 28, 1993 January 2, 2010
2 2 Food Fight September 4, 1993 January 16, 2010
3 3 High Five September 7, 1993 January 2, 2010
4 4 Teamwork September 8, 1993 January 9, 2010
5 5 A Pressing Engagement September 9, 1993 January 9, 2010
6 6 Different Drum September 10, 1993 January 16, 2010
7 7 I, Eye Guy September 14, 1993 February 6, 2010
8 8 For Whom the Bell Trolls September 15, 1993 February 20, 2010
9 9 Happy Birthday, Zack September 16, 1993 February 27, 2010
10 10 No Clowning Around September 17, 1993 March 27, 2010
11 11 Power Ranger Punks September 20, 1993 July 24, 2010
12 12 Peace, Love, and Woe September 21, 1993 August 14, 2010
13 13 Foul Play in the Sky September 22, 1993 February 13, 2010
14 14 Dark Warrior September 28, 1993 August 21, 2010
15 15 Big Sisters September 30, 1993 January 23, 2010
16 16 Switching Places October 4, 1993 January 30, 2010
17 17 Green with Evil: Out of Control (1) October 5, 1993 April 3, 2010
18 18 Green with Evil: Jason's Battle (2) October 6, 1993 April 10, 2010
19 19 Green with Evil: The Rescue (3) October 7, 1993 May 8, 2010
20 20 Green with Evil: Eclipsing Megazord (4) October 8, 1993 May 22, 2010
21 21 Green with Evil: Breaking the Spell (5) October 9, 1993 June 5, 2010
22 22 The Trouble with Shellshock October 11, 1993 July 17, 2010
23 23 Itsy Bitsy Spider October 12, 1993 July 17, 2010
24 24 The Spit Flower October 19, 1993 July 24, 2010
25 25 Gung Ho! October 25, 1993 July 31, 2010
26 26 Life's a Masquerade October 30, 1993 July 31, 2010
27 27 Wheel of Misfortune November 1, 1993 August 14, 2010
28 28 Island of Illusion (1) November 2, 1993 August 7, 2010
29 29 Island of Illusion (2) November 3, 1993 August 7, 2010
30 30 The Rockstar November 4, 1993 August 21, 2010
31 31 Calamity Kimberly November 5, 1993 August 28, 2010
32 32 A Star Is Born November 15, 1993 August 28, 2010
33 33 The Yolk's on You! November 16, 1993
34 34 The Green Candle (1) November 17, 1993
35 35 The Green Candle (2) November 18, 1993
36 36 Birds of a Feather November 22, 1993
37 37 Clean-Up Club November 23, 1993
38 38 A Bad Reflection on You November 27, 1993
39 39 Doomsday (1) November 29, 1993
40 40 Doomsday (2) November 30, 1993
41 41 Rita's Seed of Evil February 7, 1994
42 42 A Pig Surprise February 8, 1994
43 43 Something Fishy February 9, 1994
44 44 Lions & Blizzards February 10, 1994
45 45 Crystal of Nightmares February 14, 1994
46 46 To Flea or Not to Flee February 15, 1994
47 47 Reign of the Jellyfish February 16, 1994
48 48 Plague of the Mantis February 17, 1994
49 49 Return of an Old Friend (1) February 28, 1994
50 50 Return of an Old Friend (2) March 1, 1994
51 51 Grumble Bee April 28, 1994
52 52 Two Heads Are Better Than One April 29, 1994
53 53 Fowl Play May 2, 1994
54 54 Trick or Treat May 3, 1994
55 55 Second Chance May 4, 1994
56 56 On Fins and Needles May 5, 1994
57 57 Enter... The Lizzinator May 6, 1994
58 58 Football Season May 9, 1994
59 59 Mighty Morphin' Mutants May 16, 1994
60 60 An Oyster Stew May 23, 1994


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