|This article is about an movie in Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger .|
|Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger: Gaburincho of Music|
|A movie for Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger|
|Release date August 3, 2013|
|Written by Riku Sanjo|
|Directed by Koichi Sakamoto|
|Order in Continuity|
Brave 20: Unluckyu! Tanabata's Windfall
Brave 21: Zoom! Plezuon's Back
Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Returns vs. Dōbutsu Sentai Go-Busters
Ninpu Sentai Hurricaneger: 10 YEARS AFTER
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger: Gaburincho of Music (劇場版 獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー Gekijōban Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Gaburincho Obu Myūjikku?) is the Summer movie for Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. It was released in Japanese theaters in August 3, 2013, double-billed with the film for Kamen Rider Wizard, Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land.  This film is the first musical Super Sentai has ever done.
Continuity and Placement
The movie takes place between Brave 20 and Brave 21, before the Kyoryugers obtain Plezuon. The presence of Bunpachy places it after Brave 18, when the Kyoryugers gained Tessai's Zyudenryu, and before the events of Brave 23 when the Kyoryugers defeated Deboss. At the latest it took place before Brave 29, which featured references and flashbacks to the events of the movie.
The Kyoryuger saves Mikoto Amano, nicknamed Meeko, from a horde of Zorima who invaded her concert venue. It turns out that Daigo once met Meeko in France. Before they can catch up, the ancient knight Deathryuger, aka D, appears and kidnaps her. D’s goal is to use the secret legendary battery #00, to take control of the mysterious Tobaspino. The Kyoryugers go after "D" to rescue Meeko and prevent him from gaining control over the legendary Zyudenryu.
The Kyoryugers attend the show by pop star Meeko, a girl from Daigo's past. But when a group of Zorima led by two girls raids the area, the Kyoryugers hold off the Dino Girls while Kyoryu Red gets Meeko to safety. However, as the latter she lost her pendant, Daigo and Meeko encounter a former Deboth Army member named D who gained the power to become Deathryuger who confirms the girl to be the one he is looking for. Even with the Kyoryugers gathered, Deathryuger overpowers them all before taking Meeko. The Kyoryugers learn from Torin that D seeks to revive the first Zyudenryu Tobaspino before they are alerted to Tobaspino's reawakening with their Zyudenryu unable t due to the. Though Ankydon and Bunpachy attempt to help, they end up being forcfully merged with Tobaspino to create Spinodai-Oh which proceeds to ready the Great Eradication Blast. As the others make their way to him, Utsusemimaru halts Deathryuger's preparations with Pteraigordon. When asked why they would, the Kyoryugers start before they transform and proceed to fight D's forces. After a motorcycle duel, a wounded Deathryuger retreats back into Tobaspino as Raiden Kyoryuzin is formed and manages to make a dent. However, after he infiltrates Spinodai-Oh, Daigo is beaten to a bloody pulp by D after he discards his Deathryuger helmet. However, seeing the pendant Daigo brought with him, Meeko sings 'Dino Soul' which restores Spinodai-Oh's mind as it acts to stop the Eradication Blast. With the Gaburu Armed On Gabutyra Zyudenchi, Kyoryu Red uses two Gabutyra Fangs to knock D out of Spinodai-Oh with the villain falling his death. Saved by Raiden Kyoryuzin, the others convince him not to give up as they join Meeko's singing to purify Spinodai-Oh as they destroy the Eradication Blast. Entrusted with the Tobaspino Zyudenchi, Meeko while the Kyoryugers get a backstage while Topaspino returns to its resting place.
|Kyoryu Red||Daigo Kiryu|
|Kyoryu Black||Ian Yorkland|
|Kyoryu Blue||Nobuharu Udo|
|Kyoryu Green||Souji Rippukan|
|Kyoryu Pink||Amy Yuuzuki|
|Deathryuger||Ferocious Knight D|
- Dino Girls
- Deboss Army
- Daigo Kiryu: Ryo Ryusei (竜星 涼 Ryūsei Ryō?)
- Ian Yorkland: Syuusuke Saito (斉藤 秀翼 Saitō Shūsuke?)
- Nobuharu Udo: Yamato Kinjo (金城 大和 Kinjō Yamato?)
- Souji Rippukan: Akihisa Shiono (塩野 瑛久 Shiono Akihisa?)
- Amy Yuuzuki: Ayuri Konno (今野 鮎莉 Konno Ayuri?)
- Utsusemimaru: Atsushi Maruyama (丸山敦史 Māruyama Atsūshishi?)
- Torin (Voice): Toshiyuki Morikawa (森川 智之 Morikawa Toshiyuki?)
- Hundred-Faced High Priest Chaos (Voice): Takayuki Sugō (菅生 隆之 Sugō Takayuki?)
- Joyful Knight Candelilla (Voice): Haruka Tomatsu (戸松 遥 Tomatsu Haruka?)
- Raging Knight Dogold (Voice): Satoshi Tsuruoka (鶴岡 聡 Tsuruoka Satoshi?)
- Sorrowful Knight Aigaron (Voice): Yū Mizushima (水島 裕 Mizushima Yū?)
- Funfilled Spy Luckyuro (Voice): Ai Orikasa (折笠 愛 Orikasa Ai?)
- Mikoto Amano: Shizuka Nakamura (中村静香 Nakamura Shizuka?)
- Lamunea: Misaki Momose (桃瀬美咲 Momose Misaki?)
- Ashy: Minami Tsukui (佃井皆美 Tsukui Minami?)
- Ferocious Knight D (Voice): Mamoru Miyano (宮野 真守 Miyano Mamoru?)
- Theme song
- "GABURINCHO OF MUSIC!"
- Insert songs
- "Vamola! Kyoryuger (Samba Mix)" (VAMOLA! キョウリュウジャー(Samba Mix) Bamōra! Kyōryūjā (Sanba Mikkusu)?)
- "Dino Soul"
- "Kamitsuki Brave" (カミツキ・ブレイブ Kamitsuki Bureibu?)
- "Senritsu to Senritsu ~D no Thema~" (戦慄と旋律～Dのテーマ～ Senritsu to Senritsu ~Dī no Tēma~?, "Horror and Melody (D's Theme)")
- "Kokoro no Sukima World" (ココロの隙間ワールド Kokoro no Sukima Wārudo?, "The Heart's Gap World")
- "Dino Soul (Ancient Version)" (Dino Soul(古代ver.) Daino Sōru (Kodai Bājon)?)
- Kyoryu Red - Gabutyra + Gabutyra (Armed On), Kentrospiker, Gabutyra (Battle Mode), Deinochaser, Gabutyra + Gabutyra (Zyuden Brave Finish), Double
- Kyoryu Black - Parasagun + Parasagun (Armed On), Parasagun (Battle Mode), Parasagun + Parasagun (Zyuden Brave Finish), Futabain, Allomerus
- Kyoryu Blue - Stegotchi + Stegotchi (Armed On), Stegotchi (Battle Mode)
- Kyoryu Green - Zakutor + Zakutor (Armed On), Zakutor (Battle Mode)
- Kyoryu Pink - Dricera + Dricera (Armed On), Dricera (Battle Mode)
- Kyoryu Gold - Pteragordon (Battle Mode), Pteragordon + Stegotchi + Zakutor (Thunderstorm Triple Payback)
- Deathryuger - Deathryuger (Demon Movement Deboss Finish), Tobaspino (Battle Mode)
- First appearance of Ferocious Knight D/Deathryuger, Mikoto Amano, Tobaspino, and SpinoDaiOh.
- The cast of Kamen Rider Wizard appears during the credits.
- As this movie premiered before Brave 21: Zoom! Plezuon's Back, the closing credits contain the brief premiere of Plezuon.