09-03-2012, 01:53 PM
Not sure if you guys watched any of the original Ohranger Sentai (Japanese series that Zeo was based off of), but were you aware that your character in Japan was a young child?
He also had a Gold Morpher, called an the KingBrace. It was similar to the Zeonizers of the other Rangers, but was gold and never used in Power Rangers (they did make a toy of it, however).
09-03-2012, 02:04 PM
Hey Yellow, I actually asked them that question whether they watched the original sentai earlier in the thread. Post 97 to be exact. They answered in post 99, but I do applaud you for retrieving footage for them
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09-03-2012, 03:08 PM
09-03-2012, 03:13 PM
Hopefully since you're only just starting to stay connected with fans, the thread will stay open
09-03-2012, 03:43 PM
Great Question! The power rangers shot their show differently than most in the industry. Back then, they were shooting 4 episodes a week. There was no progression to what we shot in every day. It was crazy. We never had a clear understanding of what was going on.
Originally Posted by DigiRanger1994
At our stage, they had a one room designated for the gold ranger. When Shuki decided it was going to be us, they got us a trailer outside the stage. It reminds us of when we were growing up. They only had 2 classes per grade, when we came along they made 3. We had so much fun. We loved our trailer because each one of us could have our own space.
When they gave us what they were going to shoot for the day. If we had a choice, we would pick straws for the things each one of us wanted to do or didn't want to do (going in the ice cold ocean, Tim froze and almost died). The only exception was Tommy's character, "Trey of Wisdom". He wanted to do all of his scenes himself. He was the one in the gold ranger suit. He had the most dialogue. He's our Trey leader.
It's funny...Tommy also wanted to do the sliding head first into 3rd base scene in Major League III back to the miners. That one didn't go to well for him. He dislocated his shoulder. It took almost year to heal. It seems like with Tommy, the goods as well as the bads follow him. When we were younger, we use to ski a lot. We compete in everything, it doesn't matter what it is. Tim and Tommy were racing all day. Tim was beating Tommy most of the day. On the last run Tommy pushed it too far and broke both of his legs in 9 different spots. He had casts on both legs up to his thigh. It took a year for his legs to heal. Tommy use to play baseball with us on cruches. Nothing was going to stop him.
The cast was awesome. In this business, that's hard to find. There was no problems on set. We would all just show up when we were called, shoot what they wanted and then move on. While waiting at our trailer to be called, we would to some golf swing drills. When we were done shooting for the day we would go play golf. What's great about the business is that actual shooting doesn't take a long time. We played a lot of golf 15 years ago when we were in the business. When we did Major League, we played 31 rounds of golf in a month and half of shooting.
Our scenes were shot quickly, one or two takes. Everything went smooth and fast.
09-03-2012, 03:48 PM
09-03-2012, 04:04 PM
09-03-2012, 04:06 PM
No Longer World Champs...
Yes, this thread will stay open.
Originally Posted by DigiRanger1994
09-04-2012, 02:43 PM
Trey IS considered human, right? I mean after all, Andros has a special ability, and he explicitly stated [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXRMtUOc0Dc "Earth isn't the only place where humans are found"]. What makes one ability less human than another?
09-04-2012, 05:47 PM