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VIDEO: Island of Illusion: Part 2

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Island of Illusion: Part 2
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Length: 20:04
Aired: 1/1/2010

The Rangers must overcome their own fears to escape Rita's Island of Illusion. watch

VIDEO: Island of Illusion: Part 1

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Island of Illusion: Part 1
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Length: 20:05
Aired: 1/1/2010

Rita traps the Power Rangers on a mysterious island where not all is as it appears. watch

VIDEO: Green with Evil: Part 5

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Green with Evil: Part 5
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Length: 20:04
Aired: 1/1/2010

The mighty Dragonzord awakes after thousands of years as the Rangers try to break the spell over the Green Ranger once and for all. watch

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Lady Killer
Dealing With Runoff And Flooding
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
Degenerate

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Credits

Year Title Description
2002 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV Show Series, Actor - Billy Cranston, the Blue Ranger
1997 Ladykiller Movie, Actor - Josh White
1996 Power Rangers Generations: Graduation Blues Episode, Actor - Billy Cranston/Blue Mighty Morphin Ranger
1996 Power Rangers ZEO TV Show Series, Actor - Billy Cranston, the Blue Ranger
1995 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Movie, Actor - Billy/Blue Ranger

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David Yost, Blue Power Ranger, Says He Quit Show Over Gay Insults

David Yost, who played the original Blue Power Ranger, says he left Mighty Morphin Power Rangers because he was harassed for being gay, which nearly drove him to suicide.

In a lengthy video interview with No Pink Spandex, Yost, 41, said he was written off the show in 1996 after he walked off the set one day, fed up with discriminatory remarks.

"The reason that I walked off is that I was called 'f-----' one too many times," Yost said. "I had just heard that several times while working on the show from creators, producers, writers, directors. ... I, myself, was struggling ...
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