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Master Vile and the Metallic Armor Part I

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 3

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Episode #
Written by
Mark Litton
Directed by
Bob Radler
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings (disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last aired
September 9, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
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Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
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Master Vile and the Metallic Armor Part II
  • Baboo
  • Blue Globber
  • Goldar
  • Lord Zedd
  • Master Vile
  • Rita Repulsa
  • Rito Revolto
  • Squatt
  • Tengas


  • When the six teens were shown galloping they were wearing different clothes than they were in the previous scene. (01:37)
  • Billy pronounced Ninjor, “Ninjer”. (04:26)
  • In “Ninja Quest, Part IV”, Zordon told the teens that both Ninjor and the Temple of Power were key elements to maintaining their powers and that if either one fell into Zedd’s hands all would be lost. (12:38)
  • The Rangers formed the Shogun Megazord without Tommy and Katherine and without even summoning the White Shogunzord. (17:03)
  • Billy had said it would take him a couple minutes to install the remote, but it only took him about thirteen seconds. (17:30)
  • The Rangers were able to summon the complete Ninja Megazord without Katherine. (17:46)

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