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Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 6, "The Tooth Hurts" alright

Not being balanced is a key aspect of Power Rangers, hence having other characteristics or just people around to save the day is good. This was done way too unsubtlely really spell it out for kid audiences. 179 more words

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Haim Saban

Univision was sold on March 12, 2006, to a consortium led by Californian billionaire Haim Saban (who had previously owned the entity Saban Entertainment), TPG Capital, L.P., Providence Equity Partners, Madison Dearborn Partners, and Thomas H. 71 more words

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The 'Power Rangers' Bootleg 'Power/Rangers' Is Back With NSFW And SFW Cuts

Earlier this week, the internet nostalgia machine kicked into high gear when Joseph Kahn’s “bootleg universe” added another entry — the NSFW Power Rangers fan film… 220 more words

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Power Rangers Bootleg Fan Film Returns To YouTube, Vimeo

EXCLUSIVE: The Power Rangers fan film dispute has been settled. Following an agreement late Friday, the fan video is back on YouTube and Vimeo after a legal chest bumping between lawyers for franchise copyright holder Haim Saban and film fan producer Adi Shankar. 287 more words

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The NSFW 'Power Rangers' Short Film 'Power/Rangers' Has Been Pulled From YouTube By Saban

Earlier this week, the internet found itself over the moon with a NSFW parody fan film of Power Rangers. After a few days, however, the film’s creators… 134 more words

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Go, Go, Power Rangers!

Everybody’s talking about the new Power/Rangers unauthorized short film.  I saw it.  I thought it was fun.  I wasn’t super thrilled to envision my childhood heroes winding up like that, but it was a compelling bit of fan film goodness, from a guy who has done wonders with the Punisher, Venom, and Judge Dredd. 1,272 more words

Power Rangers Fan Video Yanked From YouTube; Filmmakers Vow To Fight

A 14-minute Power Rangers fan video starring James Van der Beek and Katee Sackhoff that received more than 12 million YouTube views in two days has been yanked off the site after a copyright challenge by owner Saban Brands. 779 more words

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