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Power Rangers Dino Thunder, Vol. 1: Day of the Dino

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From the Back Cover

Because the world is never out of danger, three Reefside High students must rise up to meet their destiny head-on. While on a fossil-finding field trip, Conner, Kira and Ethan fall into a sinkhole and discover powerful Dino Gems that give them each awesome super abilities. But alarming evil is afoot as this new crew is confronted by terrifying Tyranodrones, Kira's sudden disappearance and Mesogog, a reptilian rogue and his robotic wrongdoers. Once Mesogog has unleashed his diabolical Zords, the teens' teacher and mentor, Dr. Tommy Oliver, has no choice but to reignite his past as the Black Power Ranger and morph them into full-fledged Rangers ready to tame the mutant terrors.

Special Features

  • Ninja Moves
  • 2 "Ninja Storm" episodes
  • Virtual "Dino Thunder" trading cards

Product Details

  • Actors: Kevin Duhaney, Emma Lahana, Jason David Frank, Katrina Devine, Miriama Smith
  • Directors: Britta Hawkins, Koichi Sakamoto
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2004
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001AW0J8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,934 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Power Rangers Dino Thunder, Vol. 1: Day of the Dino" on IMDb

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By James A. Martin on April 2, 2004
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Power Rangers Season 12: Power Rangers DinoThunder is the best season in years. This is the 2nd season of Power Rangers filmed in New Zealand. The Plot is very good, but what really makes it good is the return of Jason David Frank aka Tommy from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Zeo, Power Rangers Turbo, and an apperance in Power Rangers Wild Force. In the Past Tommy was Green Ranger, White Ranger, Zeo Red, and Turbo Red. This season he returns as Dino Black. Since Tommy left, he went to college and over time bacame a doctor. Now, as a high school teacher, he recruits 3 of his students to become Power Rangers to fight the evil forces of Mesogog.
This DVD will include the first 3 episodes of DinoThunder and the last 2 episodes of Power Rangers Ninja Storm.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By David Griffin Blyth on August 21, 2004
First of all...I think it's safe to assume the three reviews below me are total rubbish, clearly from two biased MMPR fans, and one person ignorant enough to think anything resembling new episodes of Dinothunder would appear exculsivly on DVD first.

Aside from that, Power Rangers enters it's twleth (and so far, greatest) season with "Day of the Dino", a two-part epic accompanied by the two-part finale of the previous season Ninja Storm.

Establishing the main plot arcs almost immediatly with a thrilling battle between veteran Ranger Tommy Oliver and the forces of Mesegog on a rapidly sinking Island, to the introduction of Connor, Kira, and Ethan, three distinctly different people who are united form a Ranger team by fate to tame the Bio-Zords unleashed on the city by Mesegog.

The action is non-stop, the comedy is brilliantly executed ("Don't call me dude""-Tommy) references to the original seasons (Cassidy talks about Angel Grove at one point) and the episode provides the audience with more mysteries and chilling new adversaries (Mesegog is the finest P.R villain since Ransik from Time Force and Prince Gasket from Zeo)

So don't take dissapointment and MMPR preference overtake your own choices, purchase this DVD and realise that Power Rangers will continue because of seasons such as this
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Alex on April 8, 2004
"Day of the Dino - Volume I" is named after the series premiere of the same name. This DVD includes the episodes "Day of the Dino Part I," and "Day of the Dino Part II," as well as the episodes "Wave Goodbye," "Legacy of Power," and "Back in Black," as well as two BONUS "Power Rangers Ninja Storm" Episodes. ("A Storm before the Calm Part I" and "A Storm before the Calm Part II").
In "Day of the Dino Part I" a High School science teacher, Dr. Tommy Oliver begins life anew after his work with a paleontologist Dr. Anton Mercer goes horribly wry. When a robotic T-Rex attacks Dr. Oliver and three misfit students fall into a sink-hole nearby on a trip to a museum, Dr. Oliver must recruit them to become Power Rangers. This is easily one of my favorite series premiers.
In "Day of the Dino Part II" the three Teens, Connor, Ethan, and Kira receive their Ranger powers to battle the evil Mesogog who revives his BioZords, mechanical Dinosaurs that wreck havoc on the city of Reefside, it's up to the Power Rangers to tame the BioZords and turn them good again. There's a lot of action in this episode, again one of my favorites.
"Wave Goodbye" is about Connor and his passion for Soccer vs. being a Power Ranger, when faced with a major decision, Connor questions being a Ranger. This was a rather dull episode in my opinion.
"Legacy of Power" is the show's 500th episode. Here, Dr. Tommy Oliver is abducted by Mesogog and three very worried Power Rangers return to their base, under Dr. Oliver's home where they discover a video diary of his past adventures as a Power Ranger; they also learn of every Power Ranger team before them. All this was is a glorified clip show, but a very good one at that.
"Back in Black" picks up directly where "Legacy of Power" left off.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 20, 2004
Power Rangers Dino Thunder is one of the best PR series of all time.It goes back to the MMPR storylines has it features Tommy Oliver the green,white, and red ranger.This year cast is excellent,they do an great job in the series.The plot is like this:Three students from Reefside high stumble upon dino gems and get special powers that transforms them in the power rangers dino thunder.Along with the help of former power ranger Tommy,they battle the forces of evil lead by Mesogog.Experience one of the best series PR out there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 15, 2005
I was a huge fan of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as a kid, saw the movie, watched practically every episode, defended it when the other kids said it was lame. However, I stopped watching the series when it changed it's title and got rid of cast memebers that I had grown to love.

Years later this show pops up and captures my interest (as did the previous ninja season). They weren't time travelers, space warriors, jeep drivers, and all the other lame stuff that seasons 4 (Neo) to (10)Wildforce gave us. This one kinda went back to the roots with Dino powers, and on normal action (as did the ninja season).

The acting, writing, special effects, and plot were all suprisingly good. Making the Power Ranger my guilty pleasure! I'm getting this series on dvd as well as the first movie, If you're a fan then you should get it too. Don't be embarrassed by your age, I'm 18!
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