Set Price $64.95
Partial Price $9.00 / DVD
Number of DVDs 8 DVDs
Number of Episodes 48 Episodes
Completed Series Completed
Language Japanese
Subtitle -
Menu Function Japanese Interactive
Source Digitally Remastered

Original Run: March 3, 1995 to February 23, 1996

"Only those who have learned the power of the Super-Civilization will be able to save humanity from its greatest crisis: Baranoia, the Machine Empire, which plans to invade the Earth…!"

600 million years ago, Pangaea created a robot named Bacchus Wrath, who turned on his creators. The King Ranger defeated Bacchus Rage and banished him from Earth. In the year 1999, Bacchus returned to Earth as the ruler of the Baranoia Empire, with the intention of wiping out all human life and bring about machine rule. Chief Counsellor Miura revived super energies that had been born of the lost civilization of Pangaea. With the assembling of pieces of a stone plate uncovered three years previously, the secrets of "Super Power" were revealed. Miura built a pyramid to generate Tetrahedron power in order to allow five UAOH officers to transform into OHRangers.

"O.H." was also given as the acronym for "Overtech Hardware", the organization the team is part of, adding to the pun. The series was orignally intended as a 20th anniversary series for the Sentai franchise, and many writers from older series came back to work on the show with the plan for a dark theme. Sadly, due to the events that occurred in Japan around the time the series was aired, like the subway bombings, Ohranger receieved much altering to its theme that made it the least popular Sentai show to date, and is believed to have almost ended the genre entirely if it wasn't for its "successor" series.

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- Digitally Restored Visual and Audio (Digitally Remastered) DVD
- Interactive Menu Split Chapters (OP, PART A, PART B, ED, NEXT EPS)
- Pilot / Episode-01 Teaser footage
- Bonus Video + Additional next episode preview clips
- Full screen Presentation, NTSC, Aspect Ratio 4 : 3
- Dolby Digital Stereo: Japanese Track
- All / Free / No Regional Coding

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