Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie is a 1997 American superhero action science fantasy film directed by David Winning and Shuki Levy. It is set in the Power Rangers universe, serving as a bridge between Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo. The film was produced by Saban Entertainment and, like the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, distributed by 20th Century Fox.
The film was released on March 28, 1997. In its opening weekend, the film played on 2,113 screens, and pulled in $3,301,135, finishing in seventh place domestically. It ultimately grossed $8,363,899 theatrically in the U.S. and $9,615,840 worldwide.
Unlike Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, this film takes place within the continuity of the television series. The first episode of Power Rangers Turbo takes place after the movie. Turbo also looks more like the television show. The Ranger suits were spandex rather than the armor-like suits of the first movie, and the Zords and Megazord were also costumed rather than computer-generated animation. Certain sets and costumes from the movie, such as the Power Chamber set, the Alpha costume, and the Maligore costume, were also used in the television show (with the latter being modified and reused as Dark Specter in Power Rangers in Space).