The Lost Galactabeasts Part 1

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Season 7

Episode Title Card for "The Lost Galactabeasts Part 1".
DVD Available from
Stream on Amazon Video
Episode # 312
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Ryuta Tasaki
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 14
(list of airings)
Last aired September 11, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman #
    • 29
    • 30
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode The Rescue Mission
Next Episode The Lost Galactabeasts Part 2
  • Deviot
  • Scorpius
  • Stingwingers


  • The evening after Kai and Damon had been abducted by Deviot, Kendrix was worried about Kai having missed his shift at Command Headquarters, saying he’d never missed a shift, but his abduction had occurred when his car had broken down on his way home that afternoon. (10:49)
  • The pages of the book actually appeared to be newer paper pasted onto the older, larger pages. (08:45)
  • When and why the half of the page containing the three lost Galactabeasts had been torn out is unknown, as well as when and where the Science Division had obtained it. (09:08)
  • Almost immediately after Leo tried calling Kai and Damon on his Morpher, the three teens left, thinking something was wrong. (10:55)
  • Deviot turned the dial from beyond MAX 10, back to 10, and then completely off the scale. (11:30)
  • According to the image in the Galaxy Book, the Torozord was not a Galactabeast. However, it too refused to fight the Lost Galactazords. (17:10)


This motion picture is protected under laws of the United States and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution. (c)1999 Saban Entertainment, Inc. and Saban International N.V. All Rights Reserved. Saban Entertainment, Inc. and Saban International N.V. are the authors of this motion picture for purposes of the Berne Convention. Country of First Publication: United States of America.

The characters and events depicted in this photoplay are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and unintentional.

in association with