Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive

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Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive
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The title card for Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive
Genre Tokusatsu
Created by Toei
Written by Junki Takegami
Junichi Miyashita
Yasuko Kobayashi
Ryōta Yamaguchi
Directed by Hajime Konaka
Katsuya Watanabe
Takao Nagaishi
Satoshi Morota
Hiroshi Butsuda
Starring Ryūichirō Nishioka
Kenji Taniguchi
Atsushi Harada
Kenji Shibata
Kayoko Shibata
Mike Maki
Yūko Miyamura
Narrated by Daisuke Gōri
Opening theme "Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive" by Shinichi Ishihara
Ending theme "This Planet, This City" by Naritaka Takayama
Composer(s) Toshiyuki Watanabe
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 50
Production
Producer(s) Kenji Ōta
Ken Fukuyoshi (TV Asahi)
Jun Hikasa (Toei)
Kōichi Yada (Toei Agency)
Running time approx. 25 minutes
Production company(s) Toei Company
Release
Original network TV Asahi
Original release February 21, 1999 – February 6, 2000
Chronology
Preceded by Seijuu Sentai Gingaman
Followed by Mirai Sentai Timeranger

Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive (救急戦隊ゴーゴーファイブ Kyūkyū Sentai GōGō Faibu?)[Note 1] is the twenty-third entry of the long-running Japanese Super Sentai television franchise. Its footage was used in the American television series, Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue.

Synopsis[edit]

Grandiene has been waiting for the day of resurrection, the day when the planets are in the alignment of the Grand Cross. Her children descend to the Earth to make it a realm of darkness for her. Ten years earlier, Doctor Mondo Tatsumi of the Tatsumi Disaster Prevention Institute, despite his eminence, was unable to convince everyone about his belief that this event would occur. He left his family so he could secretly develop and construct the Rescue System. Now in 1999, Doctor Tatsumi appears again to give the means to save the world to his children as the GoGoFive team.

GoGoFive[edit]

Main article: Tatsumi family

The members of the Tatsumi Family are the five main heroes of the series.

Psyma Family[edit]

Main article: Psyma family

The members of the Psyma family are the main antagonists of the series.

Episodes (Missions)[edit]

No. Title Original air date
1 "Rescue Soldiers! Rise Up"
"Kyūkyū Senshi! Tatsu" (救急戦士!()つ) 
February 21, 1999
2 "The Psyma Family Tornado!"
"Tatsumaku Saima Ichizoku!" (竜巻く災魔一族!) 
February 28, 1999
3 "The Sibling Bond that Exploded"
"Bakuhasareta Kizuna" (爆破された兄弟愛(きずな)) 
March 7, 1999
4 "Flower Petals in Abnormal Weather"
"Hanabira ni Ijōkishō" (花びらに異常気象) 
March 14, 1999
5 "Time to Become a Hero"
"Hīrō ni Naru Toki" (ヒーローになる時) 
March 21, 1999
6 "The Mold Cometh!"
"Kabi ga Kuru!" (カビが来る!) 
March 28, 1999
7 "The Beautiful Psyma's Trap"
"Utsukushiki Saima no Wana" (美しき災魔のワナ) 
April 4, 1999
8 "Rescue Squadron Activity Suspended"
"Kyūkyū Sentai Katsudō Teishi" (救急戦隊活動停止) 
April 11, 1999
9 "Stolen Abilities!"
"Nusumareta Chikara!" (盗まれた能力(ちから)!) 
April 18, 1999
10 "Proud Yellow"
"Hokori no Ierō" (誇りのイエロー) 
April 25, 1999
11 "The Two Red-Hot Psyma Beasts"
"Shakunetsu no Nidai Saimajū" (灼熱の2大災魔獣) 
May 2, 1999
12 "The Do-or-Die Spirit of the New Coupling Fusion"
"Kesshi no Shin Renketsu Gattai" (決死の新連結合体) 
May 9, 1999
13 "The Younger Brothers' Rebellion"
"Otōtotachi no Hanran" (弟たちの反乱) 
May 16, 1999
14 "The Fearsome Virus"
"Kyōfu no Uirusu" (恐怖のウイルス) 
May 23, 1999
15 "Child Demon Drop Appears"
"Dōki Doroppu Shutsugeki" (童鬼ドロップ出撃) 
May 30, 1999
16 "The Thief and the Psyma Egg"
"Dorobō to Saima no Tamago" (泥棒とサイマの卵) 
June 6, 1999
17 "Matoi's Bridal Candidate"
"Matoi no Hanayome Kōho" (マトイの花嫁候補) 
June 13, 1999
18 "The Counterattacking V-Lancers"
"Gyakushū no Bui Ransā" (逆襲のVランサー) 
June 27, 1999
19 "A Total Defeat"
"Kanzen naru Haiboku" (完全なる敗北) 
July 4, 1999
20 "Undying Rescue Spirits"
"Fumetsu no Resukyū-damashī" (不滅の救急(レスキュー)魂) 
July 11, 1999
21 "The New 6th Soldier!"
"Rokubanme no Shin Senshi!" (6番目の新戦士!) 
July 18, 1999
22 "The Dark King's Last Decisive Battle"
"Meiō, Saigo no Kessen" (冥王、最後の決戦) 
July 25, 1999
23 "The Spirit Rescue Mission"
"Yūrei Kyūshutsu Sakusen" (幽霊救出作戦) 
August 1, 1999
24 "Little Rescue Soldiers"
"Chibikko Kyūkyū Senshi" (ちびっ子救急戦士) 
August 8, 1999
25 "The Time of the Great Witch's Descent"
"Dai Majo Kōrin no Toki" (大魔女降臨の時) 
August 15, 1999
26 "The Fiery Dragon Prince is Born"
"Honō no Ryū Ōji Tanjō" (炎の龍皇子誕生) 
August 22, 1999
27 "Yellow Leaves the Front"
"Ierō Sensen Ridatsu" (イエロー戦線離脱) 
August 29, 1999
28 "The Kidnapped Boy!"
"Ubawareta Bōi!" (奪われたボーイ!) 
September 5, 1999
29 "The Uneasy Starry Sky"
"Munasawagi no Hoshizora" (胸騒ぎの星空) 
September 12, 1999
30 "Escape! The Planet of Darkness"
"Dasshutsu! Ankoku Wakusei" (脱出!暗黒惑星) 
September 19, 1999
31 "Cut Down the Psyma Zone"
"Kirisake Saima Zōn" (切り裂け災魔空間(ゾーン)) 
September 26, 1999
32 "Wedding Bells"
"Wedingu Beru" (ウェディングベル) 
October 3, 1999
33 "An Innocent Psyma Warrior"
"Ubu na Saima no Senshi" (ウブな災魔の戦士) 
October 10, 1999
34 "Death, Else Destruction"
"Shi Samonakuba Hametsu" (死さもなくば破滅) 
October 17, 1999
35 "The Black Snake's Trap"
"Kuroi Hebi no Torappu" (黒い蛇のトラップ) 
October 24, 1999
36 "Secret Technique! The Tornado Drop"
"Ōgi! Tatsumaki Otoshi" (奥義!竜巻落とし) 
October 31, 1999
37 "The Beauty is a Psyma Beast!?"
"Bijo ga Saimajū!?" (美女がサイマ獣!?) 
November 7, 1999
38 "The Infinity Chain, Grandchildren, and Persimmons"
"Mugen Rensa to Mago to Kaki" (無限連鎖と孫と柿) 
November 14, 1999
39 "Break the Infinity Chain!"
"Mugen Rensa o Tate!" (無限連鎖を断て!) 
November 21, 1999
40 "0 Seconds To Base Destruction"
"Kichi Kaimetsu Zerobyō Mae" (基地壊滅0秒前) 
November 28, 1999
41 "The Man Matoi Lost To"
"Matoi ga Maketa Otoko" (マトイが負けた男) 
December 5, 1999
42 "The Hellish Psyma Beast Army"
"Jigoku no Saimajū Gundan" (地獄の災魔獣軍団) 
December 12, 1999
43 "The Terrible Psyma Tree"
"Senritsu no Saima Tsurī" (戦慄の災魔ツリー) 
December 19, 1999
44 "Rescue File 99"
"Kyūkyū Fairu Kyūjūkyū" (救急ファイル99) 
December 26, 1999
45 "The Year's First Dream is a Psyma's Melody"
"Hatsuyume wa Saima no Merodī" (初夢は災魔の旋律(メロディ)) 
January 2, 2000
46 "The Flame-Throwing Firefighter Robo"
"Honō o Fuku Shōbō Robo" (火を吹く消防ロボ) 
January 9, 2000
47 "The Dark King! The Compensation of Revival"
"Meiō! Fukkatsu no Daishō" (冥王! 復活の代償) 
January 16, 2000
48 "Showdown in the Psyma Palace"
"Kessen wa Saima Paradiko" (決戦は災魔宮殿 (パラディコ)) 
January 23, 2000
49 "Awakening! Two Destructive Gods"
"Kakusei! Nidai Hakaishin" (覚醒 !二大破壊神) 
January 30, 2000
50 "Burning Rescue Spirits"
"Moeru Resukyū-damashii" (燃える救急 (レスキュー)魂) 
February 6, 2000

V-Cinema releases[edit]

  • Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive: Sudden Shock! A New Warrior (救急戦隊ゴーゴーファイブ 激突!新たなる超戦士 Kyūkyū Sentai GōGō Faibu Gekitotsu Aratanaru Chō Senshi?, 1999)
  • Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive Super Video: The Rescue Spirit Five Doctrines (1999)
  • Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive vs. Gingaman (救急戦隊ゴーゴーファイブVSギンガマン Kyūkyū Sentai GōGō Faibu tai Gingaman?, 2000)
  • Mirai Sentai Timeranger vs. GoGoFive (未来戦隊タイムレンジャーVSゴーゴーファイブ Mirai Sentai Taimurenjā tai GōGō Faibu?, 2001)

Cast[edit]

Voice actors[edit]

  • Analyse Robot Mint (アナライズロボ・ミント Anaraizu Robo Minto?): Sayaka Aida (相田 さやか Aida Sayaka?)
  • Liner Boy (ライナーボーイ Rainā Bōi?): Isao Yamagishi (山岸 功 Yamagishi Isao?)
  • Grand Witch Grandiene (大魔女 グランディーヌ Daimajo Gurandīnu?) : Miho Yamada[1]
  • Dark King Zylpheeza (冥王 ジルフィーザ Meiō Jirufīza?) : Daiki Nakamura (中村 大樹 Nakamura Daiki?)
  • Beast Baron Cobolda (獣男爵 コボルダ Jūdanshaku Koboruda?): Kenji Nomura (乃村 健次 Nomura Kenji?)
  • Infant Demon Drop (童鬼 ドロップ Dōki Doroppu?): Yūko Miyamura (Played as Yūnosuke Yamimura (闇村 悠ノ介 Yamimura Yūnosuke?))
  • Dragon Prince Salamandes (龍冥王 サラマンデス Ryūmeiō Saramandesu?): Hikaru Midorikawa (緑川 光 Midorikawa Hikaru?)
  • Spell-Master Pierre (呪士 ピエール Jushi Piēru?): Taiki Matsuno (松野 太紀 Matsuno Taiki?)
  • Narration: Daisuke Gōri (郷里 大輔 Gōri Daisuke?)

Songs[edit]

Opening theme
Ending theme

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kyūkyū (救急?) translates as "First aid" or "Emergency services". In the context of the show, it is normally translated as "Rescue". It is also a pun, as its premiere year of 1999 is often shortened to "99" which in Japanese is also read as "kyū kyū".

References[edit]

Book references

External links[edit]