Adventures Of The Galaxy Rangers

Season 1 Episode 55

Horsepower

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Aired Weekdays 3:30 PM Nov 27, 1986 on
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Doc and Niko are drawn to a planet in the Empty Zone by a mysterious psychic force. The natives of the world believe Voyager to be a god called Hopi who will help them survive the radical weather changes. But as it turns out, the Queen has a weather control device station on the planet, and it's up to the Rangers and "Hopi" to lead Chief Pawnee and his people in the fight against the invaders.moreless

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    Jerry Orbach

    Jerry Orbach

    additional voices

    Laura Dean

    Laura Dean

    Niko/Elma/additional voices

    Maia Danziger

    Maia Danziger

    additional voices

    Corinne Orr

    Corinne Orr

    Queen of the Crown/additional voices

    Doug Preis

    Doug Preis

    additional voices

    Bob Bottone

    Bob Bottone

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Chief Pawnee: Thanks, Hopi!
        Voyager: No sweat, chiefy.

      • Queen of the Crown: (through her Slaver Lord) Galaxy Rangers? You turn up in the most unusual places.
        Doc: We could say the same of you.
        Queen of the Crown: You'll soon wish that wasn't true! Take them!

      • Niko: (as a nasty storm starts) This storm came out of nowhere!
        Doc: Hailstones?!
        Voyager: It's hailing on my parade.

      • Doc: I'm glad we're heading home.
        Niko: Me, too. Did you put Voyager to bed?
        Doc: Not without a fuss. She wanted to ride up in front with us! Sometimes I think she's developing a mind of her own.
        Niko: You should know, you programed her.
        Doc: That's what worries me!

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Doc calls Voyager "The Horse Who Would Be Queen", which is a reference to the Rudyard Kipling short story "The Man Who Would Be King". The novelette tells of how a pair of Englishmen fooled a group of natives of the Hindu Kush into believing them to be Gods, only to be killed when their worshippers discovered the trick.

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