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Power Rangers

Season 7 Episode 35

Enter the Lost Galaxy (1)

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Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Nov 11, 1999 on Nickelodeon
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Episode Summary

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A mysterious warrior arrives on Terra Venture, and attempts to steal the Galaxy Book. He's aware Kai is the Blue Ranger, and informs him that he's the Guardian of the book, warning the dangers that will arise if the book falls into the wrong hands. Of course, those evil hands just happen to belong to Deviot, who seeks the Galaxy Book for his own purposes. Can the Guardian and Kai stop the villain before he reads aloud a powerful spell which could put the colony in mortal danger?moreless

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    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

    Russell Lawrence

    Russell Lawrence

    Mike Corbett, Magna Defender

    Stephen Mendel

    Stephen Mendel

    Dr. Kovak

    Guest Star

    Carey Scott

    Carey Scott

    Ramsey

    Guest Star

    Matthias Hues

    Matthias Hues

    The Guardian

    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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      • The Sentai footage for this episode is ESPECIALLY grainy and muddy-looking. The fact that the original Fox Kids-run of this episode's Closed Captions, near the middle of the episode, switched to bare bones, pre-ADR dialogue (such as lines spoken by people in stunt suits), implies they used rough cut material and didn't bother to use properly mastered Gingaman stuff, as they usually use.

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