Power Rangers

Season 7 Episode 36

Beware the Mutiny (2)

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Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Nov 12, 1999 on Nickelodeon
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Terra Venture passes through a portal into a strange and dangerous dimension, known as the Lost Galaxy. Within, the colony is soon encountered by a dragon-sailing alien known as Captain Mutiny, who offers to assist Commander Stanton and his crew in returning to their own universe. But when the Power Rangers investigate Mutiny's homeworld, they discover he's far less than friendly to visitors...moreless

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    Amy Miller

    Amy Miller

    Trakeena

    Archie Kao

    Archie Kao

    Kai Chen, Blue Lost Galaxy Ranger

    Cerina Vincent

    Cerina Vincent

    Maya, Yellow Lost Galaxy Ranger

    Danny Slavin

    Danny Slavin

    Leo Corbett, Red Lost Galaxy Ranger

    Melody Perkins

    Melody Perkins

    Karone, Pink Lost Galaxy Ranger

    Reggie Rolle

    Reggie Rolle

    Damon Henderson, Green Lost Galaxy Ranger

    Jeffery Stackhouse

    Jeffery Stackhouse

    Slave

    Guest Star

    William Bassett

    William Bassett

    Ghost Commander

    Guest Star

    Glen McDougal

    Glen McDougal

    Rocketron (voice)

    Guest Star

    Tom Whyte

    Tom Whyte

    Commander Stanton

    Recurring Role

    Betty Hankins

    Betty Hankins

    High Councilor Renier

    Recurring Role

    Jack Betts

    Jack Betts

    Councilor Brody

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • During the Megazord fight, Rocketron says he's activated his self-destruct mode, yet after he is defeated and explodes, he is still alive after shrinking down to normal size.

      • Rocketron's rear missile changed from a short red-tipped missile in US footage to a longer, blue tipped missile in the Sentai footage.

      • Why does Deviot want to be back to his "old self" again? He went through a lot of trouble to become mutated like that. It's possible he didn't feel it worked out just the way he wanted it to, since parts were still robotic, and thought the cocoon would properly transform him completely, but there's never any suggestion in this episode on why he drains Rocketron.

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