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Power Rangers DinoThunder 

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An eccentric scientist and his partner, veteran Power Ranger Dr. Tommy Oliver, have created Dinosaur like robots called Bio Zords. After their laboratory is attacked by the evil Mesogog, ... See full summary »









Series cast summary:
James Napier Robertson ...  Conner McKnight / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Kevin Duhaney Kevin Duhaney ...  Ethan James / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Emma Lahana ...  Kira Ford / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Jason David Frank ...  Dr. Tommy Oliver / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Katrina Devine ...  Cassidy Cornell / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Miriama Smith ...  Elsa / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Tom Hern ...  Devin Del Valle 38 episodes, 2004
Latham Gaines ...  Mesogog / ... 38 episodes, 2004
Jeffrey Parazzo ...  Trent Fernandez / ... 34 episodes, 2004
Ismay Johnston Ismay Johnston ...  Hayley 35 episodes, 2004
James Gaylyn ...  Zeltrax / ... 26 episodes, 2004


An eccentric scientist and his partner, veteran Power Ranger Dr. Tommy Oliver, have created Dinosaur like robots called Bio Zords. After their laboratory is attacked by the evil Mesogog, Tommy narrowly escapes and retreats to the nearby city of Reefside where he lives a quiet life as a high school science teacher. But when Mesogog returns and starts causing havoc, Tommy recruits an athlete, a computer nerd and a musician to become the Dino Thunder Power Rangers to combat Mesogog and his monster armies. Written by Blazer346

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A New Team, A Fierce Power


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Did You Know?


Jason Lee Scott (Austin St. John) was originally considered to be the Black Dino Ranger, but, due to Tommy's popularity (and possibly because Jason had previously played a Black Ranger), Tommy was chosen instead. See more »


On many occasions, the "metal" arms of the zords wobble, showing that they are made of rubber. See more »


Follows Power Rangers in Space (1998) See more »


Power Rangers DinoThunder Theme
(theme song)
Performed by Steve Larkins
Written by Douglas Sloan
Composed by Bruce Lynch
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User Reviews

Pretty Good
19 June 2004 | by jellyneckrSee all my reviews

I was a huge fan of the original MIGHTY MORPHIN' POWER RANGERS and all of its follow-ups when I was younger, but I stopped watching the show after POWER RANGERS IN SPACE. One day this year, I was watching TV and a commercial came on for a new POWER RANGERS show. I have to admit it looked pretty cool, but what really caught my attention was seeing Jason David Frank, aged 7 years since he was last in a POWER RANGERS series, making a return to television to play Dr. Thomas Oliver. "Tommy," as I will always remember him, was a fan-favorite and the leader of the older POWER RANGERS teams. I was curious about this show, so I watched the premiere, and it was a great show. The next episode was a clip show comemmorating the Power Rangers 500th episode! Anyway, I started to watch the show, and it turned out to be a very well-done show. It also made me feel very "nostalgic" after watching myself wake up early on a Saturday morning to catch the newest episode of POWER RANGERS. POWER RANGERS DINO THUNDER is a great show, but not as good as the original MIGHTY MORPHIN' POWER RANGERS.

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Release Date:

14 February 2004 (USA) See more »

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(38 episodes)



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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