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Saban’s Powers Rangers are back in action with Power Rangers Dino Charge: Breakout, arriving on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD, and On Demand July 12 from Lionsgate. The Red, Black, Blue, Green, and Pink Rangers must once again rely on each other and their new dino-charged powers as they battle to defend the Earth from the villainous Sledge.
With an ever-growing fan base, Power Rangers Dino Charge: Breakout will be the biggest, and most shocking, Power Rangers adventure yet when it arrives on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.98. It will be available at major retailers nationwide in addition to online at Amazon.
The Power Rangers will have to outsmart a puzzling villain, save a prince, and try to defeat Sledge's monsters. When the evil Fury unleashes the powerful Ptera Zord, only the Power Rangers can regain control with the help of their newest ally – the Gold Ranger!
Our daughter has always loved watching the Power Rangers - as does one of my nephews! Power Rangers have been around for quite some time - always trying to save the day and do good! Definitely a DVD to check out - I know my daughter and nephew didn't move for the entire 92 minutes the DVD ran!!
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