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Danger Rangers



Animal heroes teach safety in a fun, upbeat way.

What parents need to know

Positive messages

The Danger Rangers gang sets the groundwork for playing safe. Good mix of male and female characters.

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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this animated series is an eclectic, entertaining blend of action and education. The Danger Rangers gang does a first-rate job of teaching kids about safety in a fun, family-friendly way, making the show an ideal pick for the younger set.

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What's the story?

DANGER RANGERS follows the adventures of furry friends Sully (voiced by Jerry Houser), Burble (Kevin Michael Richardson), Burt (Mark Hamill), Kitty (Grey DeLisle), Gabriela (Tasia Valenza), Squeeky (Rob Paulsen), and Fallbot (John Kassir) as they help their fellow citizens learn to think and play safely. Whether they're putting out a fire or swimming to someone's rescue, parents can be reassured that the DR crew will both entertain and educate young viewers.

Is it any good?


One of the best things about Danger Rangers is that any kid can be "Danger Ranger Ready," since there are enough male and female characters to attract both boys and girls. Also, there's plenty of action to engage even the busiest kids, and the musical numbers will connect with any kid who loves to sing and dance.

Even more importantly, the show's essential messages are delivered clearly, without any scariness. In each episode, kids learn vital lessons about key safety issues -- from how to prevent a fire to how to play safe by the pool -- in a fun, upbeat way that isn't likely to upset them.

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about safety. What are some of the ways kids get hurt? How can you avoid them yourself? Why is it so important to listen to parents when they tell you things to keep you safe? What part do the Danger Rangers play in keeping their fellow citizens safe?

TV details

Premiere date:September 3, 2005
Cast:Grey DeLisle, Jerry Houser, Mark Hamill
Genre:Kids' Animation
Topics:Superheroes, Wild animals
TV rating:TV-Y
Available on:DVD

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Kid, 11 years old August 19, 2009

Perfect for any age because everyone you know about safety at one time or another.

I Totally Love it.Its the Best show ever!!! This really teaches me and my little sister a little bit about safety.I Love it.
What other families should know
Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Adult Written by310haglan April 9, 2008

Great safety info for preschool/early elemetary

Teen, 13 years old Written bymrbookworm01 March 25, 2012

OK show that teaches safety

I've seen some episodes of this show online when I was younger and saw it on CBS earlier today and it's pretty good. It gives good safety tips, without sugar-coating it too much. But some episodes actually address that not following safety tips could kill you, which might startle some kids. But it's a pretty good show and is OK for kids 5+. Educational: Teaches kids safety tips. Violence: Kids are shown in mild peril, but nobody gets hurt. Some episodes address that unsafe actions can hurt or even kill you, but nothing too intense.
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Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence


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