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Episode 24 – Movie Madness Pt. 1

Written by Judd Lynn and Jackie Marchand
Directed by Koichi Sakamoto

Summary: The team goes to see a movie being filmed in town starring Frankie Chang, Jen’s favorite Action Star. Trip wants Frankie’s autograph but doesn’t have anything on him for Frankie to sign. One of the stuntmen has been injured, so Wes steps in to take his place. Trip finds a piece of paper and Frankie Chang signs it for him. The Wes vs Frankie Chang scene begins. Frankie is using a sword thought to be a prop, but the sword cuts through Wes’ shirt and Wes realizes that he’s in real danger. Frankie kicks Wes off a building and men below holding a pad move the pad out of the way. Wes falls to the ground, then dynamite next to him explode and Wes goes flying. The Director reveals to them the name of the film — ‘The End of the Rangers’. The Director then reveals himself – a mutant named Cinecon. The crew are actually Cyclobots in disguise, including Frankie Chang. Jen: “My Frankie!” Cinecon welcomes the team to Movie Madness and puts them into his dimension, into scenes of their dreams.

Lucas is put into a Samurai movie scene and must save a Princess. Katie finds herself in a Musical. Jen is in a Kung-Fu movie with Monks and must defeat all the warriors in order to earn a scroll. Circuit goes to Eric for help, but Cinecon shows up with Cyclobots and sends Eric to his dimension. Eric finds himself in a Jungle movie. Nadira wants to be in Cinecon’s movie, so Ransik tells Cinecon to put her in. Wes and Trip are in the Old West with Cowboys wearing black hats. Nadira enters the Western scene saying that Wes and Trip had stolen her daddy’s boots and offers to give $500 to the man who brings them to justice. The men attack them. Trip contacts Circuit. Nadira and the men surround Wes. The men are actually Cyclobots.

To be continued…

End Credits:

Executive Producers
Haim Saban
Shuki Levy

Cinematographer
Iran Rosenberg

Production Designer
Julie Bolder

Unit Production Manager
Shawn Tarkington

1st Assistant Directors
Stephen Harrison
Larry Kent Litton

2nd Assistant Director
Albert Christman

Stunt Coordinators
Koichi Sakamoto
Makoto Yokoyama

2nd Unit Director of Photography
Sean McLin

2nd Unit 1st Assistant Director
Chris Auer

Stunt Choreography
Alpha Stunts

Special Effects
John Bordeaux

Locations
Deven Chierighino
Audra Gorman

2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Director
Lisa Stuckey

Art Director
Robert Howeth

Prop Master
Mark Richardson

Set Decorator
Scott Owen

Costume Designer
Danielle Baker

Make-Up artist and hair-stylist
Rosanna Montes

Script Supervisor
Lisa McNeil

2nd Unit Script Supervisor
Jody Blose

Monster Wranglers
Ivory Stanton
Kristen Catena

Lighting Director
Dennis Bishop

Camera Operator
Aldo Antonelli

Production Mixer
Chuck Buch. C.A.S

Production Coordinator
Mona Vasiloiu

Assistant Story Editor
Jackie Marchand

Assistant Production Coordinators
Annette Stuckey
Jeffrey Weiss

Extras Casting
Central/Cenex Casting

Production Accountants
Brett Born
Susan Foster

Assistant Accountant
Michele Zaday

Assistants to the Producers
Lissa Kereta
Nancy Kennedy
Lee Marshall

Cast:

Director
Harvey Shain

Assistant Director
Nick Gomez

Frankie Chang
Kazuhiro Yokoyama

Heath
Bryan Cheatham

Elder Monk
Tak Kubota

Bartender
Buck Flowers

Princess
Eiko Nijo

Voices:

Circuit
Brianne Siddall

Gluto
Neil Kaplan

Cinecon
Terrence Stone

Executive in charge of Production
Eric S. Rollman

Executive in charge of Post Production
Clive H. Mizumoto

Executive in charge of Music
Ron Kenan

Music by
Shuki Levy
Kussa Mahchi

Music Producers
Lior Rosner
Jeremy Sweet

Music Editor
David Ari Leon

Supervising Music Editor
Drew DeAscentis

Music Engineer
Barron Abramovitch

2nd Music Engineers
John Sperger
Jimmy DiJulio
Tim Gosselin
Al Lay

Music Coordinator
Dusty Rabbin

Supervising Sound Editor
Doug Latislaw

Re-Recording Mixer
Ed Suski

Sound Effects Editors
Charlene Banta
Ian Mayo

ADR Director
David Walsh

ADR Writer
Zach Alwin Pagter

ADR Coordinator
Laura Orozco

Post Production Supervisor
Sean B. Backus

Editor
Richard Bracken

Additional Editing
Eric Rainey

Assistant Editor
J. Zachary Woodford

Visual Effects Supervisor
Richard Kerrigan

Apprentice Editor
Revis Meeks

Post Production Associate
Jeffrey Oberste

Modern videofilm Visual Effects Supervisor
Jason Spratt

Modern videofilm Lead Artist
Jeff West

Modern videofilm Artists
Michael Carter
John Cummins
Susanna Dileo

developed from “Time Rangers” by
Toei Company, LTD.

Original Concepts by
Saburo Yatsude

Post Production
Modern Videofilm

Lab Services
Foto-Kem Industries

Camera Package
Keslow Camera

Grip/Lighting Equipment
Santa Clarita Studios

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and Toei Company, LTD.

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Saban Brands LLC

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