The televesion show "The Power Rangers", made so by its creators, is anti-Semitic. In the episode* of "The Power Rangers" where the evil characters "Rita Repulsa" and "Lord Zed" got married, the producers chose the Jewish song Hava Nagila as the wedding music.
Though it was not specifically stated that "The Power Rangers" or its producers are/were anti-Semitic, it was impilied by the choice of the song. By choosing, in this case, a song much-loved by and highly representative of a specific culture and religion (Judaism), and then applying it to something that is clearly marked as Evil ("Rita Repulsa" and "Lord Zed," the enemies of the "Power Rangers"), is stating that the named religion is also evil.
Whether intentional or unintentional in their choice, the makers of "The Power Rangers" made a morally wrong and prejudiced mistake. To watch "The Power Rangers" is to approve of such prejudice, and also to encourage it.
*Episode-- Season #2. Aired in 1994. 103rd episode of "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" to air. 103rd episode of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" created by Saban. Episode name "Wed3 : The Wedding part 3". Third episode of a three-part mini-series of "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" in its second season. For more information on this episode, and all other "Power Rangers" episodes from Season One to current, go to http://www.rovang.org/wg/epchrono2.htm