Power Rangers/Season Two

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Season Two
Power Rangers
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Season Premiere July 21, 1994
Season Finale May 20, 1995
Episode Count 52 + 1 special
Notable Episodes The Mutiny (1)
The Mutiny (2)
The Mutiny (3)
Green No More (1)
Green No More (2)
White Light (1)
White Light (2)
The Ninja Encounter (1)
The Ninja Encounter (2)
The Ninja Encounter (3)
Rangers Back in Time (1)
Rangers Back in Time (2)
The Wedding (1)
The Wedding (2)
The Wedding (3)
Return of the Green Ranger (1)
Return of the Green Ranger (2)
Return of the Green Ranger (3)
Wild West Rangers (1)
Wild West Rangers (2)
Blue Ranger Gone Bad
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Season Two of Power Rangers premiered on July 21, 1994. The second season ran for fifty three episodes, ending its run on May 20, 1995. It uses themes and elements from the seventhenth Super Sentai series, Gosei Sentai Dairanger.

Cast: See Cast Listing.

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

Paul F. Rosenthal (associate producer); Katy Wallin (casting); Chip Lynn (production manager); Ilan Rosenberg (director of photography); Yuda Ako (production designer); Larry Kent Litton and Hal J. Olofsson (1st assistant directors); Hank Grover (2nd assistant directors); Jeff Pruitt (2nd unit director); Sean McLin (2nd unit director of photography); Chris Auer and Steve Harrison (second unit 1st assistant directors); Wendy Walters (production coordinator); Janee Hull-Page (script supervisor); Steve Miller (art director); John Baldo (assistant art director); Julie Bolder (assistant production designer); Mark Richardson (prop master); Charles Matthews Casting (extras); Dennis Bishop (gaffer/key grip); David Dechant (1st assistant camera); Sargon Benjamin (2nd assistant camera); Chuck Bush (sound mixer); Bryan Cahill (boom operator); Frank Billecci (costume designer); Carlann Matz (make-up & hair supervisor); Jeff Pruitt (stunt choreographer); Megan Brandon (location manager); John Bordeaux (special effects); Conor McCullagh (creature effects supervisor); Marc Nunes (miniature set designer); Shawn Burke, Nadia Saloom, Nancy Kennedy, Donene Kistler, Shawn Tarkington (assistants to the producers); Shuki Levy and Kussa Mahchi (music); Ron Kenan (executive music producer); David Hillenbrand (music coordinator); Ron Wasserman (music producer); Don Sexton and Karl Warme (assistant engineers); Jeremy Sweet (music assistant); Nick Carr and Mark Ryan (music editors); Doug Latislaw (sound supervisor); Bob Manahan, Wayne O'Brien, Tim Harsh (re-recording mixers); Kenneth Kobett (dialogue and effects editor); Scott Page-Pagter (art director); Karen Carter (art coordinator); Tom Gonta (adr mixer); Jennifer B. Levine (production associate); Brian Longbotham (visual effects director); Mickie Reuster (visual effects coordinator); Trent Shumway, Rick Cortes and Rick Schick (visual effects artists); Eric S. Rollman (executive in charge of post production); Adi Ell-Ad, Charlie Bowyer, Sharon Janis (editors); Dharma Villareal (assistant editor); Hayli Halper (post production coordinator); Kimberly Schaffer (post production associate) Magic Movie Studios of Valencia (sound stages); Foto-Kem Industries (lab services); Modern Videofilm (post production); Filmtrucks, Inc. (grip/lighting equipment); Keiser Sports Health Equipment, Health-O-Meter, Slush Puppie, Bunn Corporation, Fitness Quest, True Fitness, U.S. Sports Equipment (health equipment); Environment Media Association (environmental consultants); Renaissance Atlantic Entertainment and Toei Company, LTD. in association with MMPR Productions, Inc.

Writers: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson, Ellen-Levy Sarnoff, Daniel J. Sarnoff, Mark Litton, Cheryl Saban, Stewart St. John, Tony Oliver, Barbara A. Oliver, Mark Hoffmeier, Douglas Sloan, Judd Lynn, Jerry P. Jacobs

Directors: Shuki Levy, John Stewart, Terence H. Winkless, Jerry P. Jacobs, Jonathan Tzachor, John Weil, Armand Garabidian

Episodes

# # Title Airdate
61 1 The Mutiny (1) July 21, 1994
62 2 The Mutiny (2) July 29, 1994
63 3 The Mutiny (3) August 5, 1994
64 4 The Wanna-Be Ranger September 13, 1994
65 5 Putty on the Brain September 14, 1994
66 6 Bloom of Doom September 17, 1994
67 7 The Green Dream September 19, 1994
68 8 The Power Stealer September 20, 1994
69 9 The Beetle Invasion September 21, 1994
70 10 Welcome to Venus Island September 24, 1994
71 11 The Song of Guitardo September 26, 1994
72 12 Green No More (1) September 27, 1994
73 13 Green No More (2) September 28, 1994
74 14 Missing Green October 3, 1994
75 15 Orchestral Maneuvers in the Park October 4, 1994
76 16 Beauty and the Beast October 10, 1994
77 17 White Light (1) October 17, 1994
78 18 White Light (2) October 18, 1994
79 19 Two for One October 24, 1994
80 20 Opposites Attract October 25, 1994
81 21 Zedd's Monster Mash October 28, 1994
82 22 The Ninja Encounter (1) November 2, 1994
83 23 The Ninja Encounter (2) November 3, 1994
84 24 The Ninja Encounter (3) November 4, 1994
85 25 A Monster of Global Proportions November 5, 1994
86 26 Zedd Waves November 7, 1994
87 27 The Power Transfer (1) November 8, 1994
88 28 The Power Transfer (2) November 9, 1994
89 29 Goldar's Vice-Versa November 12, 1994
90 30 Mirror of Regret November 14, 1994
91 31 When Is a Ranger Not a Ranger? November 15, 1994
92 32 Rocky Just Wants to Have Fun November 16, 1994
93 33 Lights, Camera, Action November 17, 1994
94 34 Where There's Smoke, There's Fire November 21, 1994
95 35 Scavenger Hunt November 22, 1994
96 36 The Great Bookala Escape November 23, 1994
97 37 Forever Friends November 28, 1994
98 38 A Reel Fish Story November 29, 1994
99 39 Rangers Back in Time (1) February 4, 1995
100 40 Rangers Back in Time (2) February 11, 1995
101 41 The Wedding (1) February 13, 1995
102 42 The Wedding (2) February 14, 1995
103 43 The Wedding (3) February 15, 1995
104 44 Return of the Green Ranger (1) February 20, 1995
105 45 Return of the Green Ranger (2) February 21, 1995
106 46 Return of the Green Ranger (3) February 22, 1995
107 47 Best Man for the Job April 29, 1995
108 48 Storybook Rangers (1) May 1, 1995
109 49 Storybook Rangers (2) May 2, 1995
110 50 Wild West Rangers (1) May 8, 1995
111 51 Wild West Rangers (2) May 9, 1995
112 52 Blue Ranger Gone Bad May 20, 1995
S1 SP Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie - Secrets Revealed June 18, 1995


Power Rangers Seasons
Might Morphin Season One | Season Two | Season Three

Zeo | Turbo | in Space | Lost Galaxy | Lightspeed Rescue | Time Force | Wild Force | Ninja Storm | Dino Thunder | S.P.D. | Mystic Force | Operation Overdrive | Jungle Fury | R.P.M. | Samurai | Super Samurai | Megaforce | Super Megaforce | Dino Charge | Dino Super Charge | Ninja Steel | Super Ninja Steel | Beast Morphers