|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Time Force.|
The Legend of the Clock Tower is the seventeenth episode of Power Rangers Time Force.
Katie encounters a ghost named Walter in the clock tower, who sends her back in time to change his lonely fate. She meets Walter in the past, and changes his future by helping him stand up for himself and attain the woman he loves as demonstrated by the story she was told changing. The Rangers later have to battle a mutant, but easily defeat him with the Time Force Megazord.
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- Jason Faunt as Wesley Collins (Red Time Force Ranger 2)
- Michael Copon as Lucas Kendall (Blue Time Force Ranger)
- Kevin Kleinberg as Trip (Green Time Force Ranger)
- Deborah Estelle Phillips as Katie Walker (Yellow Time Force Ranger)
- Erin Cahill as Jen Scotts (Pink Time Force Ranger)
- Daniel Southworth as Eric Myers (credits only)
- Vernon Wells as Ransik
- Kate Sheldon as Nadira
- Eddie Frierson as Frax (voice)
- Neil Kaplan as Gluto (voice)
- Brianne Sidall as Circuit (voice)
- Edward Albert as Mr. Collins
- ??? as Cruel Senturicon
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- This marks the only time one of the Rangers has time traveled without technology; it appeared to be a mystical source that caused Katie to travel back to the 1900s.
- It seems odd that Katie didn't draw more attention in the past, due to her clothing and the poor reception that African Americans (and women in general) received during that era. However, she does best a man in arm wrestling in one scene.
- Keeping with the sense of time being changed, Katie is the only one who remembers the original story about Walter. (She wasn't in the present at the time history changed, so her memory of how it originally unfold remained the same.)
- This was the eighth episode produced, though held off and aired later due to its single story nature. It was made between "Short-Circuited" and "Jen's Revenge".
- Daniel Southworth (Eric) does not appear in this episode due to the fact that the Timeranger episode was based off which it took place before the debut of Eric's counterpart, Naoto Takizawa.