Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Season 7
|DVD Availability||visit Amazon.com|
|Written by||Judd Lynn & Denise Skinner|
|Directed by||Worth Keeter|
|Original Air Date||November 18, 1999
(on Fox Kids)
|Total U.S. airings||10
(list of airings)
|Last aired||September 21, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
|Tokusatsu footage||Gingaman #1, 5, 6, 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 25, 30, 34|
|Footage analysis||at SirStack's Morphylogeny|
|Previous Episode||Dream Battle|
|Next Episode||Raise the Titanisaur|
- Leo remembered the Rangers' Orion attack on Freaky Tiki, even though that hadn't actually destroyed him the first time around.
- Teksa flew in with a yellow streak, but landed with a blue streak.
- The Rangers threw down their crystals, but the Ranger-colored beams of light gave the Rangers their normal Quasar Launchers rather than the Galaxy Quasar Launchers.
- Horn seemed to be destroyed in an area with dead grass, but he was shown falling onto cement.
- The Pink & Green Rangers went after a streak that wasn't shown on screen, and met up and fought Hardtochoke. However, Hardtochoke had yet to be released when the streak would've gone by.
- In the end, there were still numerous streaks that were left unaccounted for.
- When Kai spoke Hexuba's name (having heard her speak it in her graveyard), Mike asked, "Who-xuba?", yet he'd personally foiled Hexuba's nightmare spell the episode before.
- The Rangers order changed after they used the Lights of Orion to power-up.
- The Torozord was shown in town to make Mike grow, but in it's usual location to transform.
- Late at night after the destruction of Hexuba and her mansion and graveyard, Terra Venture's fuel reserves were discovered to be tainted, giving them only one or two more days to survive; how the fuel had been tainted is unknown, although one monster had apparently gone unchecked in the Industrial Dome during the resurrected monster invasion.
- Archie Kao as Kai
- Reggie Rolle as Damon
- Danny Slavin as Leo
- Valerie Vernon as Kendrix
- Cerina Vincent as Maya
- Russell Lawrence as Mike
- Melody Perkins as Karone
- Action Choreographers: Koichi Sakamoto, Makoto Yokoyama
- Co-Producers: Judd Lynn, Koichi Sakamoto, Scott Page-Pagter, Paul F. Rosenthal
- Produced by: Jonathan Tzachor
- Written by: Judd Lynn, Denise Skinner
- Directed by: Worth Keeter
- Executive Producers: Haim Saban, Shuki Levy
- Cinematographer: Ilan Rosenberg
- Production Designer: Julie Bolder
- Unit Production Manager: Shawn Tarkington
- 1st Assistant Directors: Stephen Harrison, Larry Kent Litton
- 2nd Assistant Director: Mark Avery
- Stunt Coordinators: Koichi Sakamoto, Makoto Yokoyama
- 2nd Unit Director of Photography: Sean McLin
- 2nd Unit 1st Assistant Director: Chris Auer
- Stunt Choreography: Alpha Stunts
- Special Effects: John Bordeaux
- Locations: Deven Chierighino
- 2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Director: Lisa Stuckey
- Art Director: Scott MacLachlan
- Assistant Art Director: Rick Bailey
- Prop Master: Mark Richardson
- Set Decorator: John "J.C." Carolan
- Costume Designer: Danielle Baker
- Make-up Artist & Hairstylist: Rosanna Montes
- Script Supervisor: Robin Bianchi
- 2nd Unit Script Supervisor: Jody Blose
- Monster Wranglers: Ivory Stanton, Kristen Catena
- Lighting Director: Dennis Bishop
- Camera Operator: Aldo Antonelli
- Production Mixer: Chuck Buch, C.A.S.
- Production Coordinator: Calvin Philip Yamin
- Assistant Story Editor: Jackie Marchand
- Assistant Production Coordinators: Annette Stuckey, Jeffrey Weiss
- Production Accountants: Brett Born, Susan Foster
- Assistant Production Accountant: J.W. Myers
- Casting: Iris Hampton
- Extras Casting: Central/Cenex Casting
- Assistants to the Producers: Jennifer Cadenhead, Nancy Kennedy, Lee Marshall
- Tom Whyte as Commander Stanton
- Betty Hankins as High Councilor Renier
- Rajia Baroudi as the voice of Hexuba
- Mike Reynolds as the voice of Captain Mutiny
- Michael Sorich as the voice of Teksa/Hardtochoke/Quakemaker
- Blake Torney as the voice of Gasser/Freaky Tiki/Horn
- Neil Kaplan as the voice of Destruxo/Mutantrum
- Derek Stephen Prince as the voice of Treacheron/Fishface
- Executive in charge of Production: Eric S. Rollman
- Executive in charge of Post Production: Clive H. Mizumoto
- Executive in charge of Music: Ron Kenan
- Music Supervisor: David Ari Leon
- U.S. music by: Lior Rosner, Jeremy Sweet, Inon Zur, Shuki Levy, Kussa Mahchi
- Supervising Music Editor: Drew DeAscentis
- Music Engineer: Barron Abramovitch
- 2nd Music Engineers: Jim DiJulio, Tim Gosselin, Al Lay
- Music Assistants: Dusty Rabbin, John Sperger
- Supervising Sound Editor: Doug Latislaw
- Re-Recording Mixers: Ed Suski, Tim Harsh
- Sound Effects Editors: Charlene Banta, Richard Adrian, Ian Mayo
- ADR Director: David Walsh
- ADR Writer: Zach Alwin Pagter
- ADR Coordinator: Laura Orozco
- Modern Videofilm Visual Effects Supervisors: Paul Lewis, Jason Spratt
- Modern Videofilm Lead Artist: Jeff West
- Developed from "GINGAMAN" by: Toei Company, Ltd.
- Select SFX Sequences by: Junichi Yajima
- Original Concepts by: Saburo Yatsude
- Additional Footage Directed by: Hajime Konaka
- Post Production Supervisor: Sean B. Backus
- Editor: Richard Bracken
- Additional Editing: Eric Rainey
- Visual Effects Supervisor: Rick Kerrigan
- Visual Effects Coordinator: J. Zachary Woodford
- Post Production Associate: Jennifer Pray
- Post Production: Modern Videofilm
- Lab Services: Foto-Kem Industries
- Camera Package: Keslow Camera
- Grip/Lighting Equipment: Cinemobile
- Terra Venture Constructed by: Stargate Films, Inc.
- NASA Footage provided by: Chryel Coker at NASA, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Media Services Corporation
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