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Hikari Sentai Maskman
Germans Love David Hasselhoff: While this Sentai is pretty much fine in Japan, it's really, really popular in the Philippines. Generally the contender for most memorable Sentai is either this or Choudenshi Bioman.
Amusingly, Takeru's actor married a Filipino woman.
Like Changeman and Flashman, it's loved by Brazilian fans.
Hey, It's That Guy!:
Machiko Soga guest-stars as Lalaba, Baraba's mom in Episode 30.
Kazuhiko Nishimura, Jō Ōhara/Yellow Lion from , has a bit part in Episode 29 as one of the yellow-clad researchers working on the Jet Cannon.
Choujuu Sentai Liveman Tooru Sakai, Gō Omura from Liveman as well, guest-stars in Episode 32 as Kenta's old friend Shin-ya.
Yasuhiro Iwata, Bun/Blue Flash in , plays Hikaru, the human form of Gurondoggler, a Choushinsei Flashman Monster of the Week who falls in love with Momoko in Episode 34. Goes to Hilarious in Hindsight when both, he and Kanako Maeda (Momoko's actress), guest-starred in as an actual couple.
Choujin Sentai Jetman Elly, the young girl who falls in love with Kiros in Episode 33, is played by Tokie Shibata (the teenage version of Nana in ).
Dengeki Sentai Changeman Naoya Ban, Makoto Jin/Battle Cossack II in , plays Underground Ninja Ijin in Episode 11.
Battle Fever J What Could Have Been: The series was once going to be called Fiveman, explaining the number 5 on the suits and the name of the mecha being Great Five. Of course, that title would be used for a later Sentai.
X-1 Mask's helmet is based on a rejected design for the Maskman team, which originally planned to bring back the face-shaped helmets with the two-eyed visors and sculpted nose from .
Battle Fever J Working Title: Originally planned as "The Fiveman", which is why all of their gear is adorned with the number "5" and why their robot is called "Great Five". The name was conceived as a homage to Goranger, but was changed just before Toei began recording the first episode, after the suits were already made.