|This article is about a/an ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, existing in a different continuity than the TV series.|
Kimberly Ann Hart
|Movie:||Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie|
|First Appearance:||Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie|
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|Actor:||Amy Jo Johnson|
- For the original TV version of this character, see Kimberly Hart
- "We have to hope that the Power's there. Zordon's life depends on it."
- ―Kimberly discussing hope to the Rangers.[src]
When the Command Center was destroyed, the Rangers were forced to teleport to Phaedos in order to retrieve the Great Power with the last remaining power of the Command Center, to the dying Zordon's protests.
Once there, she and the other rangers meet Dulcea, who once learning of their mentor Zordon's plight, helps them tap into the power of the Ninjetti, where Kimberly learned that in her is an animal spirit waiting to be released - hers being the Crane. As Ninjetti, she and the rangers travel to the Monolith in order to retrieve the Great Power. Though waylaid by the Gatekeepers, Kimberly and the others manage to access the Monolith, which also bore the Crane symbol among its many creature emblems. It's here where Kimberly gained the power of the Crane Ninjazord. The Zords return the rangers' powers and Kimberly finds herself clad in her familiar ranger armor with the Crane's symbol now emblazoned on her chest.
She returned to Angel Grove with the other Rangers to battle Ivan Ooze and emerged victorious. With her Ninjetti power, she, along with the other rangers managed to revive the dying Zordon, reconstruct his plasma tube and return the Command Center to a fully-functioning state.
As part of NYCC 2015, Bandai released an exclusive Dino Charge Mighty Morphin' Movie Charger set with each Dino Charger depicting four pictures. In Mighty Morphin' Pink's case, it featured her Ranger form, the Pterodactyl Thunderwhip, the Crane NinjaZord, and the MMPR Movie title.
Differences with TV version
- Kimberly's costume design bore the chest symbol, unlike the show, but much like the Power Rangers toyline figures and early promotional art. It also lacked a skirt.
- Kim doesn't wear a pink shirt; instead she wears a white halter top and pink shorts.
- Unlike her counterpart from the TV show, Kim has at least spoken one "big word" in a manner reminiscent of Billy from the show - "electromagnetic". It's when she says the line "Ivan's got me in some sort of electromagnetic deadlock. I can't break free!".
- Her Pterodactyl Thunderwhip may have been inspired by a weapon that she used shot with Zyu2 footage. It was originally called the 'Raptor Ribbon' according to early script drafts. 
- Like the TV series, Kimberly's costume design was based off of the Zyurangers, like the rest of the Rangers. Specifically, Kimberly's costume was based off of PteraRanger. The one difference is that Kimberly's costume in the TV series has a skirt while the movie version doesn't.
- Her 'new' Crane powers and Zord were based from the Super Sentai Series Ninja Sentai Kakuranger. She's the only one who's new powers are that of a different color than her own.
|Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie|
|Tommy Oliver - Rocky DeSantos - Adam Park - Billy Cranston - Aisha Campbell - Kimberly Ann Hart|
|Power Morphers - Power Coins - Power Blasters - Power Scope - Power Beams - Stega Stinger - Pterodactyl Thunder Whip - Saba - Ninjetti - Wrist Communicators|
|Zordon - Alpha 5 - Dulcea - Fred Kelman|
|Zords and Megazords|
|Ninja FalconZord - Ninja ApeZord - Ninja FrogZord - Ninja WolfZord - Ninja BearZord - Ninja CraneZord|
|Ninja Megazord - Ninja FalconMegazord|
|Lord Zedd - Rita Repulsa - Ivan Ooze|
|Goldar - Mordant|
|Oozemen - Tengu Warriors - Gatekeepers - Hornitor - Scorpitron|
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Kimberly • Kat • Cassie • Kendrix • Karone • Dana • Jen • Syd • Vida • Rose • Mia • Emma • Shelby
Kimberly (alternate continuity 1995) • Kimberly (2016 comic) • Kimberly (alternate continuity 2017)
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