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Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers: Slippin Through the Cracks by Ian BrillDanger Rangers attack
A mysterious team of wrong-doers are hounding the lovable furry flatfoots Chip n Dale and causing chaos for all creatures in the forest — they are the Danger Rangers! But their devious deeds wont go unanswered as long as Chip, Dale, Gadget, Zipper and Monterey Jack are on the case! Now the Rescue Ranger must face their craftiest foes yet, who somehow know all their weakness. But what are the Danger Rangers after? Does Gadgets past hold the key? Find out in this all-new exciting Rescue Rangers adventure SLIPPIN THROUGH THE CRACKS.
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The series aired a preview episode on August 27 , and then premiered on the Disney Channel on March 4 , It technically premiered with a two-hour movie, Rescue Rangers: To the Rescue , which was later broken up into a five-part pilot and aired as the opening of the second season. The show's theme song words and music were written by pop music songwriter Mark Mueller , who also wrote the theme song for DuckTales and produced by Alf Clausen. Both songs were performed by Jeff Pescetto. The series premiered in syndication in the fall of
Rescue Rangers , as its title implies, revolved around a detective agency run by the iconic chipmunk duo Chip and Dale, along with a handful of brand-new characters. However, there's been little to no progress to report since then, and it appears Rugan has turned his attention elsewhere. That doesn't mean Disney's given up on bringing Chip, Dale, Gadget, Monterey Jack, and the various other residents of the Rescue Rangers universe to life on the big screen altogether, though. As peculiar as a "meta" take on Rescue Rangers might seem on paper, it's also something firmly in Schaffer's wheelhouse as a director. The filmmaker as mentioned earlier makes up one-third of the Lonely Island music parody group along with Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone, and has directed pretty much all of their music videos to date. He's also called the shots on similarly satirical movies developed by the trio, like the cult sports comedy Hot Rod and mockumentary Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.