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Green with Evil: Part IV 

Goldar grows and attacks Angel Grove, and nearly eats Bulk & Skull. Meanwhile, the search for Zordon heats up, but while the Rangers are out, Green Ranger sneaks back into the Command ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Hughes

Writers:

Cindy McKay, Sindy McKay (as Cindy McKay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Austin St. John ... Jason Lee Scott / The Red Ranger
Thuy Trang ... Trini Kwan / The Yellow Ranger
Walter Jones ... Zack Taylor / The Black Ranger
Amy Jo Johnson ... Kimberly Hart / The Pink Ranger
David Yost ... Billy Cranston / The Blue Ranger
Jason David Frank ... Tommy Oliver / The Green Ranger (as Jason Frank)
Paul Schrier ... Bulk
Jason Narvy ... Skull
David J. Fielding ... Zordon (as David Fielding)
Romy J. Sharf Romy J. Sharf ... Alpha 5
Richard Genelle ... Ernie
Erik Betts ... Putty Patroller
Richard Branden Richard Branden ... Putty Patroller
Bridgett Riley ... Putty Patroller
Richard Steven Horvitz ... Alpha 5 (voice) (as Richard Wood)
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Goldar grows and attacks Angel Grove, and nearly eats Bulk & Skull. Meanwhile, the search for Zordon heats up, but while the Rangers are out, Green Ranger sneaks back into the Command Center, and attempts to sabotage it again. Alpha's prepared, capturing him in a stasis shield briefly. Rita frees him, and uses her Magic Wand to make him grow! He joins Goldar & Scorpina in fighting the Megazord, as Rita casts a spell to eclipse the sun and cut off its solar power reserves. Though the Power Sword helps add a boost of energy, the Megazord falls to the trio of evil. The Zords separate and scatter into a burning hole in the ground. Our heroes retreat in defeat, but learn from Alpha's brief short re encounter, the true identity of the Green Ranger: their new mood-swinging pal, Tommy Oliver! Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y7-FV
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 October 1993 (USA) See more »

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This is the first and only time a ranger grows to enormous size. See more »

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Bulk: Watch where you're going. Who taught you how to drive?
Skull: Nobody. How am I doing?
Bulk: You drive like a maniac.
Skull: Thank you.
Bulk: That was not a compliment, dimwit.
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the best episode of season 1 the real superheroes true identity of green ranger is revealed
2 July 2017 | by ivo-cobra8See all my reviews

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (season 1) (1993) is the best season to watch and I love it.

"Green with Evil, Part IV: Eclipsing Megazord" is a 20th episode of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers it is a five part episodes titled Green with Evil introducing the new Green Ranger Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank) and new villain Scorpina (Wendee Lee).

Plot: Watching Goldar demolish the city via the viewing globe, the Rangers have no choice but to morph and activate Megazord--all part of Rita's plan. A spell eclipses the sun and cuts off Megazord's solar power reserves. Using her magic wand, Rita grows Scorpina and, soon after, the Green Ranger. The Megazord soon falls to the trio of evil. The Zords separate and scatter into a burning chasm opened by Repulsa. With their fighting spirit diminished, the Rangers return to the Command Center, where the true identity of the Green Ranger is soon revealed.

I love this episode to death I think it is the best one of the first season. Here is why Green Ranger as the villain is awesome, we have three villains against Megazord: Goldar, Green Ranger and Scorpina after Goldar is destroying the city's Rangers fight all three of them. To me the Power Rangers are the real heroes. Bulk and Skull who flied with the bus, becomes a hostages which Goldar as big grow Goldar grabs them and then Squatt, Baboo and Putty Patrollers try's to push the bus over the cliff killing Bulk and Skull, Power Rangers just in time transforms their dinozords in to Megazord in which they catch a falling bus and saves hostages Bulk and Skull, that is super, cool and awesome!

I love that Red Ranger (Jason) screams on Goldar no, they are civilians showing me as a true super hero he is, Power Rangers a real heroes they are. It reminds me on Superman II (Theatrical Cut) in which Non and Ursa grab the bus with civilians and throw it in to Superman I love that scene. This episode is a classic to me I loved it so much.

Rita stands and watch the battle in which Scorpina controls power of the soon and we see eclipse and Megazord looses his power while dinozords are destroyed. On the end of the episode rangers found out true identity of Green Ranger.

Great acting from all actors and the bus scene is my favorite in this episode. "Green with Evil, Part V: Breaking the Spell the next episode is the conclusion and full circle of the Green Ranger story. Scorpina has also deadly dagger who throws it on rangers.

10/10 this is my childhood episode I watched it as a kid and it defines my childhood: Batman, Superman and Power Rangers were my childhood heroes and I still love them. Superman I, II - (Richard Lester theatrical version), III, Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever and of course Power Rangers are my childhood TV Show movies and of course Batman and Superman animated series they are all my favorite today.

The first season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is an American television series created by Haim Saban and Shuki Levy, which began transmissions on August 28, 1993, on the Fox Kids Network.

10/10 Grade: Bad Ass Seal Of Approval Studio: FOX (Fox Kids) Starring: Austin St. John, Thuy Trang, Walter Emanuel Jones, Amy Jo Johnson, David Yost, Paul Schrier, Jason Narvy, David Fielding, Jason David Frank, Wendee Lee Director: Robert Hughes Producers: Stephen J. Cannell, William F. Phillips, Meta Rosenberg, Jo Swerling Jr. Writers: Cindy McKay & Stewart St. John Rated: PG Running Time: 20 minutes


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