History Trivia / PowerRangersTurbo

5th Jul '16 8:47:04 PM Mikeyfan93
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* TroubledProduction: Producer Jonathan Tzachor wanted to embrace the source footage ''Series/GekisouSentaiCarranger''[='=]s slapstick comedy and then story editor Doug Sloan wanted to continue ''Series/PowerRangersZeo''[='=]s more serious bent of the franchise growing up. This led to severe mood whiplash, like a villain planting bombs that Rangers needed to deactivate before they blew up and kill people while having goofy concepts like Tommy reading the new zords' instruction manual. Eventually Doug Sloan left and was replaced with Judd Lynn right when it came time to jettison the old cast (save the new kid appeal character they just brought in) and replace them with a new cast. As Judd Lynn was in agreement on playing closer to ''Carranger''[='=]s comedy, the product became a lot more cohesive in the show's second half.

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* TroubledProduction: Producer Jonathan Tzachor wanted to embrace the source footage ''Series/GekisouSentaiCarranger''[='=]s slapstick comedy and then story editor Doug Sloan wanted to continue ''Series/PowerRangersZeo''[='=]s more serious bent of the franchise growing up. This led to severe mood whiplash, like a villain planting bombs that Rangers needed to deactivate before they blew up and kill people while having goofy concepts like Tommy reading the new zords' instruction manual. Eventually Doug Sloan left and was replaced with Judd Lynn right when it came time to jettison the old cast (save the new kid appeal character they just brought in) (minus Justin) and replace them with a new cast. As Judd Lynn was in agreement on playing closer to ''Carranger''[='=]s comedy, the product became a lot more cohesive in the show's second half.
5th Jul '16 8:45:59 PM Mikeyfan93
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The Power Chamber exterior is The House of the Book performance hall and library building at the American Jewish University, Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, California.

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* CaliforniaDoubling: The As with the previous seasons, the Power Chamber exterior is The House of the Book performance hall and library building at the American Jewish University, Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, California.
5th May '16 5:06:10 PM Nakayama90
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* TroubledProduction: Producer Jonathan Tzachor wanted to embrace the source footage ''Series/GekisouSentaiCarranger''[='=]s slapstick comedy and then story editor Doug Sloan wanted to continue ''Series/PowerRangersZeo''[='=]s more serious bent of the franchise growing up. This led to severe mood whiplash, like a villain planting bombs that Rangers needed to deactivate before they blew up and kill people while having goofy concepts like Tommy reading the new zords' instruction manual. Eventually Doug Sloan left and was replaced with Judd Lynn right when it came time to jettison the old cast (save the new kid appeal character they just brought in) and replace them with a new cast. As Judd Lynn was in agreement on playing closer to ''Carranger''[='=]s comedy, the product became a lot more cohesive in the show's second half.
15th Apr '16 3:15:59 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Cassie would later voice Jill Valentine in VideoGame/ResidentEvil5.
** Does [[Creator/LexLang Rygog]] sound like [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Wargreymon]] to you?
** Fans of the Digimon dub would probably recognize Derek Stephen Prince (Elgar) as the voice of various characters in Digimon: Piedmon,Demidevimon, Veemon and evolutions, Ken/Digimon Emperor, Impmon. His Elgar voice sounds closest to his [=ExVeemon=]/Beezlemon voice.
20th Nov '15 5:53:41 PM Metalhead14
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* DawsonCasting: Downplayed with 20-year-olds Roger Velasco and Selwyn Ward, but just barely played straight with 21-year-old Tracy Lynn Cruz and 22-year-old Patricia Ja Lee. Blake Foster was also the same age as his character, being 12 in real life.

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* DawsonCasting: Downplayed with 20-year-olds Roger Velasco and Selwyn Ward, but just barely played straight with 21-year-old Tracy Lynn Cruz and 22-year-old Patricia Ja Lee. Blake Foster was also the same age as his character, being 12 in real life.
20th Nov '15 5:52:28 PM Metalhead14
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* DawsonCasting: Downplayed with 20-year-olds Roger Velasco and Selwyn Ward, but just barely played straight with 21-year-old Tracy Lynn Cruz and 22-year-old Patricia Ja Lee.

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* DawsonCasting: Downplayed with 20-year-olds Roger Velasco and Selwyn Ward, but just barely played straight with 21-year-old Tracy Lynn Cruz and 22-year-old Patricia Ja Lee. Blake Foster was also the same age as his character, being 12 in real life.
18th Aug '15 7:24:21 PM Metalhead14
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* DawsonCasting: Downplayed with 20-year-olds Roger Velasco and Selwyn Ward, but just barely played straight with 21-year-old Tracy Lynn Cruz and 22-year-old Patricia Ja Lee.
28th May '15 9:37:56 AM Pinokio
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The Power Chamber exterior is The House of the Book performance hall and library building at the American Jewish University, Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, California.
12th Apr '15 12:13:20 PM RedSky
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** Originally only Jason David Frank was supposed to leave, having expressed interest in leaving since Zeo. Saban convinced him to stay through the first half of Turbo to let them write out his character properly while they go look for his replacement. Next thing you know, Cathering Sutherland announced that she planned on leaving and moving on to other projects as well; and so, they thought of perhaps having Johnny Yong Bosch and Nakia Burrise stay until the end of ''Turbo'' with their characters serving as the more seasoned, veteran Rangers (along with Blake Foster's character) who help out the two new team members and with either one of them becoming the leader (meaning that we could have had 6 Red Rangers up to date who were not leaders if this had happened back then). Eventually, during production of the first half of Turbo, they decided to get rid of all the veteran Rangers except for Justin -- much to the shock of Bosch and Burrise (as with Foster, who was very sad to see all of them leave at once; he eventually grew to be just as fond of his newer cast mates though -- but, that's another story) who found out about it through an ad on a newspaper -- calling for auditions to fill in 4 Ranger spots: Red, Pink, Yellow, and Green -- that someone from the hair and makeup department had shown them. Ouch...

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** Originally only Jason David Frank was supposed to leave, having expressed interest in leaving since Zeo. Saban convinced him to stay through the first half of Turbo to let them write out his character properly while they go look for his replacement. Next thing you know, Cathering Catherine Sutherland announced that she planned on leaving and moving on to other projects as well; and so, they the writers thought of perhaps having Johnny Yong Bosch and Nakia Burrise stay until the end of ''Turbo'' with their characters serving as the more seasoned, veteran Rangers (along with Blake Foster's character) who help out the two new team members and with either one of them becoming the leader (meaning that we could have had 6 Red Rangers up to date who were not leaders if this had happened back then). Eventually, during production of the first half of Turbo, they the executives decided to get rid of all the veteran Rangers except for Justin -- Justin, much to the shock of Bosch and Burrise (as with Foster, who was very sad to see all of them leave at once; he eventually grew to be just as fond of his newer cast mates though -- but, that's another story) who found out about it through an ad on a newspaper -- calling for auditions to fill in 4 Ranger spots: Red, Pink, Yellow, and Green -- that someone from the hair and makeup department had shown them. Ouch...
19th Mar '15 8:11:57 PM RedSky
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** Originally only Jason David Frank was supposed to leave, having expressed interest in leaving since Zeo. Saban convinced him to stay through the first half of Turbo to let them write out his character properly while they go look for his replacement. Next thing you know, Cathering Sutherland announced that she planned on leaving and moving on to other projects as well; and so, they thought of perhaps having Johnny Yong Bosch and Nakia Burrise stay until the end of ''Turbo'' with their characters serving as the more seasoned, veteran Rangers (along with Blake Foster's character) who help out the two new team members and with either one of them becoming the leader (meaning that we could have had 6 Red Rangers up to date who were not leaders if this had happened back then). Eventually, during production of the first half of Turbo, they decided to get rid of all the veteran Rangers except for Justin -- much to the shock of Bosch and Burrise (as with Foster, who was very sad to see all of them leave at once; he eventually grew to be just as fond of his newer cast mates though -- but, that's another story) who found out about it through an ad on a newspaper -- calling for auditions to fill in 4 Ranger spots: Red, Pink, Yellow, and Green -- that someone had shown them. Ouch...

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** Originally only Jason David Frank was supposed to leave, having expressed interest in leaving since Zeo. Saban convinced him to stay through the first half of Turbo to let them write out his character properly while they go look for his replacement. Next thing you know, Cathering Sutherland announced that she planned on leaving and moving on to other projects as well; and so, they thought of perhaps having Johnny Yong Bosch and Nakia Burrise stay until the end of ''Turbo'' with their characters serving as the more seasoned, veteran Rangers (along with Blake Foster's character) who help out the two new team members and with either one of them becoming the leader (meaning that we could have had 6 Red Rangers up to date who were not leaders if this had happened back then). Eventually, during production of the first half of Turbo, they decided to get rid of all the veteran Rangers except for Justin -- much to the shock of Bosch and Burrise (as with Foster, who was very sad to see all of them leave at once; he eventually grew to be just as fond of his newer cast mates though -- but, that's another story) who found out about it through an ad on a newspaper -- calling for auditions to fill in 4 Ranger spots: Red, Pink, Yellow, and Green -- that someone from the hair and makeup department had shown them. Ouch...
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