This article is about a/an series entry (the 19th) in the Super Sentai series.
Chouriki Sentai Ohranger
Number 19
Number of episodes: 48
First episode: Ep. 1: Invasion!! 1999
Last episode: Final Ep.: The Heroes of Love
Intro: Olé! Ohranger
Original airing: March 3, 1995 - February 23, 1996
Production Order
Ninja Sentai Kakuranger
Gekisou Sentai Carranger

Chouriki Sentai Ohranger (超力戦隊オーレンジャー Chōriki Sentai Ōrenjā?, translated as Super-Powered Squadron King Ranger) is the nineteenth entry of the Super Sentai series. Its footage was used in the American series Power Rangers Zeo (the closing credits of Zeo referred to it as "O Rangers").


With 1995 marking the 20th anniversary of Himitsu Sentai Gorenger, Toei had decided to make a serious anniversary series that harkened back to Sentai's beginning while taking advantage of the developments since then. For it's development, many writers from older series came back to work on the show with the plan for a dark theme. The five Ohranger themselves were to be similar to the Gorenger in personality and former Gorenger Hiroshi Miyauchi (who played AoRenger) was brought in as the mentor for the series.

Yet, while initially keeping to this concept, the events that occurred in Japan during the show's production, such as the Subway Sarin Incident and the Kobe earthquake, forced the writers of Ohranger to constantly rewrite the script, resulting in the near cancellation of the Super Sentai series. The Ohrangers began to alternate between serious and lighter personalities, and many new weapons and toys were created to boost merchandising. While Ohranger ultimately had the lowest ratings of any Sentai series up to that time, the resulting toy sales were very strong and because of these heightened figures, the Sentai series ultimately began to focus on more gimmicks to continue these high merchandising figures.


"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...!"
Ohranger With Kingranger


Six hundred million years ago, Pangaea created a robot named Bacchushund, who turned on his creators. The KingRanger defeated Bacchushund and banished him from Earth. In the year 1999, Bacchushund 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 Counselor Naoyuki 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 the Ohrangers.



Main article: Ohrangers
OhRed Goro Hoshino
OhGreen Shouhei Yokkaichi
OhBlue Yuji Mita
OhYellow Juri Nijou
OhPink Momo Maruo
KingRanger Riki

Other HeroesEdit

Gunmazin Gunmazin


NinjaRed Sasuke
NinjaWhite Tsuruhime
NinjaBlue Saizou
NinjaYellow Seikai
NinjaBlack Jiraiya
Red Racer Kyosuke Jinnai
Blue Racer Naoki Domon
Green Racer Minoru Uesugi
Yellow Racer Natsumi Shinohara
Pink Racer Youko Yagami
Signalman Signalman

Machine Empire BaranoiaEdit

  • Imperial Family
  • Bomber the Great (35-41)
  • Machine Beast Tamer Keris (26-28)
  • Butlers Acha & Kocha
  • Barlo Soldiers
  • Takonpas
  • Baracticas
  • Machine Beasts
    • Bacchus Wrath's Machine Beasts
      • Bara Drill
      • Bara Saucer
      • Bara Vanish
      • Bara Crusher
      • Bara Cactus 1 & 2
      • Bara Brain
        • Bara Seperate
      • Bara Missiler
      • Camera Trick
      • Steam Punk
        • Locker Knight
        • Cat Signal
        • Kabochumpkin
        • Faucetchuck
          • Bara Faucet
      • Bara Darts
      • Bara Hacker
      • Bara Printer
      • Bara Baby
      • Bara Magma
      • Bara Pinokiller
      • Bara Devil
      • Bara Vacuum
      • Bara Ivy
      • Bara Builder
      • Bara Boxer
      • Bara Kendama
      • Bara Madillo
      • Bara Clothes
      • Bara Kekka
      • Bara Hungry
      • Bara Goblin
      • Bara King
      • Bara Tarantula
      • Bara Gūsuka
      • Bara Nightmare
      • Bara Haguruma
    • Bomber's Beasts
      • Bara Mammoth
      • Bara Skunk
      • Bara Police
      • Bara Gold
    • Kaiser Buldont's Beasts
      • Bara Hunter
      • Bara Peten
      • Bara Guard
      • Bara Micron
    • Other Machine Beasts
      • Bara Revenger
      • Bara Mobile


Transformation DevicesEdit

Sidearms, Individual Weapons, and Team BlasterEdit

Team CannonEdit

Other WeaponsEdit



Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ★ battle mecha, ➲ carrier mecha


Ohranger is the first Sentai that mentions a special "count" of the episodes, usually within the preview for the next episode; it does so using the simple counter of "Dai (number) Wa", where "wa" is the Japanese counter for "stories" which is also used for television episodes. This will become a common Sentai occurance from Gingaman, but only three other series follow Ohranger's simple example in counting: GoGoFive, Abaranger and Gokaiger.

  1. Ep. 1: Invasion!! 1999 (襲来!! 1999 Shūrai!! Senkyūhyakukyūjūkyū?)
  2. Ep. 2: Assemble!! The Super-Powered Sentai (集結!! 超力戦隊 Shūketsu!! Chōriki Sentai?)
  3. Ep. 3: Crisis!! The Secret of Super-Power (危機!! 超力の秘密 Kiki!! Chōriki no Himitsu?)
  4. Ep. 4: Grotesque!! Iron Man Papa (怪奇!! 鉄人パパ Kaiki!! Tetsujin Papa?)
  5. Ep. 5: Violent Love!! The Brothers of Flame (激愛!! 炎の兄弟 Geki Ai!! Honō no Kyōdai?)
  6. Ep. 6: The Formidable Enemy, Brain Machine (強敵 頭脳マシン Kyōteki Zunō Mashin?)
  7. Ep. 7: Complete!! The Super-Powered Robo (完成!! 超力ロボ Kansei!! Chōriki Robo?)
  8. Ep. 8: Clash!! A Super Giant Battle (激突!! 超巨大戦 Gekitotsu!! Chō Kyodai Sen?)
  9. Ep. 9: Suddenly!! A Traitor (突然!! 裏切り者 Totsuzen!! Uragirimono?)
  10. Ep. 10: He's Here!! It's a Thief (参上!! 泥棒だヨン Sanjō!! Dorobō Dayon?)
  11. Ep. 11: Submission!! The Refrigerator of Love (服従!! 愛の冷蔵庫 Fukujū!! Ai no Reizōko?)
  12. Ep. 12: Explosion!! A Baby (爆発!! 赤ちゃん Bakuhatsu!! Akachan?)
  13. Ep. 13: Illusions!! The Dog of the Gods (幻想!! 神様の犬 Gensō!! Kamisama no Inu?)
  14. Ep. 14: I Love Pinocchio (大好きピノキオ Daisuki Pinokio?)
  15. Ep. 15: O Friend!! Sleep Hotly!! (友よ!! 熱く眠れ!! Tomo yo!! Atsuku Nemure?)
  16. Ep. 16: Naughty!! The Future Child (腕白!! 未来っ子 Wanpaku!! Miraikko?)
  17. Ep. 17: Plunder!! The Transformation Brace (強奪!! 変身ブレス Gōdatsu!! Henshin Buresu?)
  18. Ep. 18: Dad's Unusual Love (父の異常な愛情 Chichi no Ijō na Aijō?)
  19. Ep. 19: The New Robo's Red Impact (新ロボ赤い衝撃 Shin Robo Akai Shōgeki?)
  20. Ep. 20: Iron Fist 100 Bursts (鉄拳100連発 Tekken Hyaku Renpatsu?)
  21. Ep. 21: The Storm-Calling Cup-and-Ball (嵐を呼ぶケン玉 Arashi o Yobu Kendama?)
  22. Ep. 22: The (Classified) Fusion Order!! (合体(秘)(マルヒ)指令!! Gattai (Maruhi) Shirei!!?)
  23. Ep. 23: The Final Swimsuit... (最後の水着… Saigo no Mizugi...?)
  24. Ep. 24: The Laughing Nostalgic Man!! (笑う懐かし男!! Warau Natsukashi Otoko!!?)
  25. Ep. 25: The Festival One-Shot Contest (お祭り一発勝負 O-matsuri Ippatsushōbu?)
  26. Ep. 26: The 600-Million-Year-Old Boy Warrior (6億歳少年戦士 Rokuoku-sai Shōnen Senshi?)
  27. Ep. 27: King's Gallant Entrance (キング颯爽登場 Kingu Sassō Tōjō?)
  28. Ep. 28: Behold! The Miracle Fortress (見よ奇跡の要塞 Mi yo! Kiseki no Yōsai?)
  29. Ep. 29: Dance! The Invasion Cram School!! (踊る! 侵略塾!! Odoru! Shinryaku-juku!!?)
  30. Ep. 30: The Earth is Snoring (地球がグースカ Chikyū ga Gūsuka?)
  31. Ep. 31: Home Delivery Diet (宅配ダイエット Takuhai Daietto?)
  32. Ep. 32: The School's Scary Nightmare (学校の怖い悪夢 Gakkō no Kowai Akumu?)
  33. Ep. 33: The Five Robos' Great Riot (5大ロボ大暴れ Godai Robo Dai Abare?)
  34. Ep. 34: The Emperor's Final Challenge (皇帝最後の挑戦 Kōtei Saigo no Chōsen?)
  35. Ep. 35: The Radical Bomb Guy (過激な爆弾野郎 Kageki na Bakudan Yarō?)
  36. Ep. 36: A Direct Hit With Flatulence!! (オナラに直撃!! Onara ni Chokugeki!!?)
  37. Ep. 37: I am Gunmajin (拙者ガンマジン Sessha Ganmajin?)
  38. Ep. 38: It's Tough Being a Majin! (魔神はつらいよ Majin wa Tsurai yo?)
  39. Ep. 39: The Prince Dies in a Duel (皇子決闘に死す Ōji Kettō ni Shisu?)
  40. Ep. 40: Arrival! The Mysterious Princess! (出現! 謎の姫! Shutsugen! Nazo no Hime!?)
  41. Ep. 41: The Dangerous Couple!! (危険なふたり!! Kiken na Futari!!?)
  42. Ep. 42: The Squadron's Public Execution!! (戦隊公開処刑!! Sentai Kōkai Shikei!!?)
  43. Ep. 43: The Trump Card is Seven Changes (切り札は七変化 Kirifuda wa Shichi Henka?)
  44. Ep. 44: The Strongest Beauty on Earth (地上最強の美女 Chijō Saikyō no Bijo?)
  45. Ep. 45: Destruction!! The Super-Powered Base (壊滅!! 超力基地 Kaimetsu!! Chōriki Kichi?)
  46. Ep. 46: Earth's Final Day!! (地球最期の日!! Chikyū Saigo no Hi!!?)
  47. Ep. 47: Stand, Shine, Revive!! (立て輝け蘇れ!! Tate Kagayake Yomigaere!!?)
  48. Final Ep.: The Heroes of Love (愛の勇者たち Ai no Yūshatachi?)


  1. Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: The Movie (超力戦隊オーレンジャー Chōriki Sentai Ōrenjā?)
  2. Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: Olé vs. Kakuranger (超力戦隊オーレンジャー オーレVSカクレンジャー Chōriki Sentai Ōrenjā: Ōre tai Kakurenjā?)
  3. Gekisou Sentai Carranger vs. Ohranger (激走戦隊カーレンジャーVSオーレンジャー Gekisō Sentai Kārenjā tai Ōrenjā?)


Voice actorsEdit

Suit actorsEdit


Opening theme
Ending theme
  • "Kinkyu Hasshin!! Ohranger" (緊急発進!! オーレンジャー Kinkyū Hasshin!! Ōrenjā?, Emergency Take off!! Ohranger)
    • Lyrics: Saburo Yatsude
    • Composition: Yasuo Kosugi
    • Arrangement: Saburo Makino (まきのさぶろう Makino Saburō?)
    • Artist: Kentaro Hayami
    • Episodes: 1–47
  • "Nijiiro Crystal Sky" (虹色クリスタルスカイ Nijiiro Kurisutaru Sukai?, Rainbow Colored Crystal Sky)
    • Lyrics/Composition: Kyoko Kiya (木屋響子 Kiya Kyōko?) (as KYOKO)
    • Arrangement: Seiichi Kyoda (京田誠一 Kyōda Seiichi?)
    • Artist: Kentaro Hayami
    • Episodes: 48
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  • "Oh" (オー Ō?) is a pun on "olé" (オーレ ōre?), "aura" (オーラ ōra?), and the Japanese word for "king" ( ō?). "O.H." was also given as the acronym for "Overtech Hardware", the organization the team is part of, adding to the pun.
  • This season, like it's successor season Carranger, would be notable for being anniversary series for the Super Sentai franchise and would pave the way for future anniversaries to come. For Ohranger in particular, it would be considered the 20th anniversary of the very first Sentai series, Himitsu Sentai Gorenger which, alongside its followup J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, had become fully acknowledged as part of the Super Sentai franchise. Yet while it would attempt to depict itself as the 20th anniversary series, Ohranger's position as the 19th series would ultimately make the next true Sentai anniversary held off until 2001's Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger, which would be the 25th Sentai (though 26 years after Gorenger) and make every subsequent anniversary follow from every five series post-Gorenger, not every five years.
  • This is the last season to have the annual Sentai movie (with the exception of Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive: Sudden Shock! A New Warrior) until the release of Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger: The Fire Mountain Roars. Coincidentally, both the end and the start of the Sentai films occur alongside anniversary seasons.
  • This is also the first season to have a "Vs. series movie", where the current Sentai encounters the previous year's sentai, starting with Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: Olé vs. Kakuranger.
  • Hiroshi Miyauchi, who had previously played Akira Shinmei in Himitsu Sentai Gorenger and Sokichi Banba in J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, appears here as Chief Counselor Naoyuki Miura.
  • The events leading up to this series took place 600 million years earlier, marking the earliest point in the Sentai timeline so far.
  • Ohranger is considered to be the 3rd lowest rated Sentai show with a rating of 4.5% after Go-Busters with 4.0% and Kyoryuger with 3.9%. The explanation is the fact that it was meant to be a darker show (human terrorists attacking Japan) but the script had to be re-written because of the Tokyo Subway Attacks and the Great Hanshin Earthquake that put Ohranger into a mix-up between dark and comical episodes. Thus the ratings drastically decreased, leading to the almost-cancellation of the Sentai franchise. [1] [2]
  • In the Indonesian Dub, Ohranger was renamed to "O-Ranger".


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