Dark Warrior

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 1

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Episode # 15
Written by Jeffrey A. Deckman & Ronnie Sperling and Mark Hoffmeier
Directed by Terry Winkless
Original Air Date
Reversioning OAD August 21, 2010
(on ABC Kids)
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 8
(list of airings)
Last aired August 21, 2010
(on ABC Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger #
    • 2
    • 3
    • 6
    • 25
    • 35
  • plus additional Zyu1.5 footage
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode Foul Play in the Sky
Next Episode Switching Places
  • Baboo
  • Dark Warrior
  • Finster
  • Goldar
  • Putty Patrollers
  • Rita Repulsa
  • Squatt
Episode analysis at Revisiting Power Rangers
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  • Dark Warrior gave Uncle Howard one hour to remember where he’d left his invisibility formula. Forty-five minutes later, Howard wondered aloud where he’d left the formula and Dark Warrior ordered him to remember. (08:40)
  • A close-up on the ticking bomb showed: [:18, :17]. Then, Billy is shown again, talking to Uncle Howard. Next, another close-up on the ticking bomb is shown: [:18, :17, :16]. (12:07)
  • The beeping at one second intervals did not coincide with elapsed time between shots. (12:12)
  • When Pink Ranger was struck with Dark Warrior’s sword, there was no sound. (13:09)
  • The Power Sword flipped between shots - it flew down from the sky point-down, but it was point-up when the Megazord caught it. (15:50)


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