The movie version of Choriki Sentai Ohranger, directed by Kobayashi Yoshiaki and written by Shouzou Uehara, premiered in Japan on April 15, 1995 at the Toei Super Hero Fair '95. It was originally shown as a triple feature alongside Mechanical Violator Hakaider and the feature film version of Juukou B-Fighter. Released between episodes 7 & 8, but takes place between 8 & 9. The villains in the film consisted of the Machine Beasts Lockerknight, Catsignal, Kabochumpkin and Fauzipper. When defeated, they combine into another adversary named Steampunk. The Ohrangers must save several children tricked by Prince Bulldont into acting in his deadly realistic film.
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