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Back in May, Lionsgate announced that it would reboot the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers franchise for an upcoming movie. And the parties were memorable: We had pool tables, we had a trampoline, we had a huge Burmese python that was 12-feet long, and we'd just have a good time. We always had amazing guys at the house, too, if that's what the other guys were into. Well, they would have a party what seemed like every month.
It's unclear if any of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers will reprise their roles for the upcoming movie, but The Huffington Post felt like it was morphin' time and reached out to early cast members to talk about the putty-fighting days. I'd come home sometimes and there were 150 people in our house that we didn't know. And the funny thing was I didn't know them because they were off the show by the time I got there. The original cast often talks about the long hours and little pay that was given to the actors. John said that production company Saban Entertainment's idea of treating the actors well was just providing a good food spread.
Moonwalking around putties could have been a possibility.
Zordon could have had a crazier voice, although David Fielding's audition was just him versus one other actor.
" Casts from other popular shows at the time would also make appearances (and apparently an agreement was made long ago to not disclose too much about the craziness that went down in the house), but here is some information on the legendary parties that continued even past the actors' original time with the show. When they'd do parties it was like the party to be at because it was a lot of fun. We had stunt guys there, some of them were professional dancers, like dancing on major tours. So when we had parties they would call their dancer friends, these girls, again professional dancers.
Notably the Black Ranger could have been a "Michael Jackson" type.
I was sleeping in a riverbed for awhile until a friend of mine took me in and helped me out. I hated it at the time, but it was good for me, in retrospect. He had two kids and I often babysat both of his boys so he and his wife could go off and have date night.
Then I slowly had to learn how to be an adult and grow up and handle my responsibilities. Being a group of young actors forced to hang around each other all day, they'd often try and cut loose and joke around. So, I considered myself their godfather on some level.
Jason David Green, the green Power Ranger, was a particularly big prankster on set, tricking David Yost into eating a fly in a sandwich, drawing on Yost's trailer couch and breaking a brush over his head. We were really close and he would prank me all the time.
Some of his pranks, they seem extreme, but they are funny.
WJ: To be working on a television show and have a regular job, doing 40 episodes a season, that's not something to sneeze at.