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Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger (百獣戦隊ガオレンジャー Hyakujū Sentai Gaorenjā, translated into English as 100-Beast Squadron Gaoranger,)[1] [2] was Toei Company Limited's 25th production of the Super Sentai television series. Its footage was used in Power Rangers Wild Force.


From Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai
Hundred Beast Squadron Growl Rangers

The Gaorangers and their Power Animals

"Do you all know? This is the beautiful blue Earth that we all live upon. Many dangerous, dark beings have tried to destroy it's beauty. But don't worry, The Earth has courageous warriors that stand up to evil. Their passionate souls have protected this planet's beauty. Five people have inherited the souls of these warriors and continued the fight..."

One thousand years ago, a war raged between humans and the demonic Org race. With the help of the Power Animals, the ancient Gao Warriors were able to defeat the Org's leader, Hyakkimaru, and seal the Orgs.

Today, the Orgs have begun to revive, and five warriors have been chosen by the Power Animals. They must abandon their current lives and become the new generation of Gaorangers to protect the life of Earth.



Main article: Gaorangers
The rangers

The Gaorangers

GaoRed Kakeru Shishi
GaoYellow Gaku Washio
GaoBlue Kai Samezu
GaoBlack Sotaro Ushigome
GaoWhite Sae Taiga
GaoSilver Tsukumaro Ogami

Dream SentaiEdit

Main article: Dream Sentai
Big One Sokichi Banba
Red Falcon Yusuke Amamiya
MegaPink Miku Imamura
GingaBlue Gouki
GoYellow Daimon Tatsumi

Temporary GaorangersEdit

In Hurricaneger vs. Gaoranger, five of Space Ninja Group Jakanja's Seven Dark Spears take the G-Phones and each become a Gaoranger.
GaoRed Satarakura
GaoYellow Sargain
GaoBlue Wendinu
GaoBlack Manmaruba
GaoWhite Furabiijo


Category:Arsenal (Gaoranger)


Category:Mecha (Gaoranger)


Demon Tribe OrgEdit


Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger Episodes


Opening theme
  • "Gaoranger Hoero!!" (ガオレンジャー吼えろ!! Gaorenjā Hoero!!) "Gaorangers Roar!!"
    • Lyrics: Nagae Kuwabara
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kōtarō Nakagawa
    • Artist: Yukio Yamagata
  • "Gaorangers Hoero!! (All Cast Version)" (ガオレンジャー吼えろ!!(オール・キャスト・ヴァージョン) Gaorenjā Hoero!! (Ōru Kyasto Vājon))
    • Lyrics: Nagae Kuwabara
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kōtarō Nakagawa
    • Artist: The Gaorangers
    • Movie opening
Ending themes
  • "Healin' You" (ヒーリン’ユー Hīrin' Yū, 1-44, 46-50)
    • Lyrics: Nagae Kuwabara
    • Composition & Arrangement: Keiichi Oku
    • Artist: Salia
  • "Ōzora e no Kaidan" (大空への階段 The Stairway to Heaven) 51
    • Lyrics: Chieko Suzaki (洲崎 千恵子 Suzaki Chieko?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kōichirō Kameyama
    • Artist: The Gaorangers
    • Finale Ending
Insert themes
  • "Hyakujuu Gattai! GaoKing" (百獣合体! ガオキング Hyakujū Gattai! Gaokingu, 7, 8, 14, 37, 38, 47)
    • Lyrics: Kuwahara Nagae
    • Composition & Arrangement: Nakagawa Kotaro
    • Artist: Ichiro Mizuki
  • Dynamic Soul!! (19, 36)
    • Lyrics: Yoshino Maki
    • Composition & Arrangement: Nakagawa Kotaro
    • Artist: Hironobu Kageyama
  • "White Light ~GaoWhite's Theme~" (White Light ~ガオホワイト 冴のテーマ~ White Light ~Gaohowaito Sae no Tēma~, 11, 38)
    • Lyrics: Kuwahara Nagae
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kōichirō Kameyama
    • Artist: Mitsuko Horie
  • "HOT! HOT! GaoMuscle!!" (HOT! HOT! ガオマッスル!! HOT! HOT! Gaomassuru!!, 10, 20)
    • Lyrics: Kuwahara Nagae
    • Composition & Arrangement: Nakagawa Kotaro
    • Artist: Yukio Yamagata
  • "A Lone Wolf ~Silver Warrior~" (A Lone Wolf ~銀の戦士~ A Lone Wolf ~Gin no Senshi~, 24, 25)
    • Lyrics: Yoshie Isogai
    • Composition & Arrangement: Nakagawa Kotaro
    • Artist: Akira Kushida
  • "Examined the Sound" (響の調べ Hibiki no Shirabe, 29, 44)
    • Lyrics: Chieko Suzaki (洲崎 千恵子 Suzaki Chieko?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kōichirō Kameyama
    • Artist: The Gaorangers
  • "Bonds ~Spirit of Gao Ranger~" (絆 ~Spirit of Gao Ranger~ Kizuna ~Spirit of Gao Ranger~, 48)
    • Lyrics: Yoshie Isogai
    • Composition & Arrangement: Nakagawa Kotaro
    • Artist: Salia
  • EYES OF JUSTICE (31, 35, 47)
    • Lyrics: Kiyomi Kato
    • Composition & Arrangement: Nakagawa Kotaro
    • Artist: MoJo


Stage ShowsEdit


  • Sentai 25th Anniversary

    This Super Sentai series celebrated the franchise's 25th Anniversary in 2001.

    Gaoranger is notable for introducing the concept of 'auxiliary mecha', which were additional individual mecha which could combine with the main robot(s) to form new combinations (or, in some cases, new weapons). Auxiliary mecha would become a staple of Sentai after Gaoranger.
  • GaoSilver is the first non-core warrior whose actor is specifically credited in the opening credits, (ex. MegaSilver's actor had been lightly credited in the episodes he appeared in but was not given his own slot like the others) starting with Episode 28, as well as being the first non-core warrior featured in the theatrical Super Sentai movie: Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger: The Fire Mountain Roars.
  • Despite having several firsts, Gaoranger has a last in a common trend that happens in several sentai series:
    • This was the final Sentai series to date to have one female Sentai member to be in a five membered sentai group (note that later Sentai series such as Ninpu Sentai Hurricaneger, Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger and Juken Sentai Gekiranger still featured one female Ranger, though they all began with three members with at least two members joining later). The one female Sentai member in a five person team was later used for Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.
    • It is also the last one to feature male Blue and Yellow Rangers on the same team, as every team since has generally had one of the two females (or the only female) being Yellow (though both Hurricaneger and Magiranger each had a female Blue and male Yellow)
  • The first Super Sentai since Ninja Sentai Kakuranger to have the first five Rangers on the main team to be Red, Blue, Yellow, Black and White.
  • This is the first Sentai series where the entire team have cellphone transformation devices (Megaranger only had MegaSilver possess one).
  • This is the first anniversary Sentai whose V-Cinema production Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai was the first to feature the anniversary team join forces with members from various past Super Sentai teams instead of with the previous team for their team-up special.
  • Despite having already dubbed Power Rangers: Wild Force, a Korean dub of Gaoranger called Power Rangers Jungle Force is shown in South Korea instead of Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.
  • Some aspects of this series seem to be inspired by King of Braves GaoGaiGar, such as the lion chest for most combinations and the attack Double Knuckle, where the hands glow in a similar manner to the signature attack of GaoGaiGar, Hell and Heaven.
    • Ironically, GaoGaiGar is the reason why Gaoranger's name is used here - Seijuu Sentai Gingaman was originally meant to have been called "Gaoranger", but Toei felt it would put them in competition with GaoGaiGar, so they changed it.
  • Super Sentai World has the fourth largest amount of rangers gathered together. The largest amount was in the opening of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger in which almost every Sentai Ranger in existence appeared, the second largest was the special episode of Turboranger with 53, and the third largest appearing in Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai with 33, with 25 of them being red rangers. Ironically, 16 of the Reds in Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai appeared in 2 other specials; the Turboranger special featuring 11 (Battle Japan to Red Turbo) and 5 in Super Sentai World (Five Red to Ninja Red). Though all Reds appeared in costume in Gokaiger, ten of these Reds (including Kakeru) appeared untransformed. (while the actor for an eleventh appeared as another character)
  • This is also the first series that the five core members died and later be revived.
  • This is the first Anniversary Sentai not to feature automobile mecha.
  • Hyakujū (百獣) is a Japanese phrase that translates to "all kinds of animals", but it also literally translates as "Hundred Animals". In the context of Gaoranger, the latter translation is intended.
  • Gao (ガオ) is Japanese onomatopoeia equivalent to a roaring sound. The Gaoranger roll call uses the kanji for "fang" ( kiba) and "howl" ( hoe) which are read together as "Gao" (牙吠).
  • This is the very first season to get released on DVD.
  • This is the first series having a "long roll calls" of each Ranger, instead of a simple name declaration. This trend continue until Goseiger, then briefly appear again in Kyoryuger. Gokaiger, Go-Busters and the currently-air ToQger are lack of this trend.

Official websitesEdit


  1. Gao is Japanese onomatopoeia equivalent to a roaring sound, yet the Gaoranger roll call uses the kanji 牙吠, which mean "fang" and "howl", respectively
  2. The kanji for 100 Beasts, (百獣|Hyakujū) also means "All of the Beasts."
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