Dragon Ball Z Movie 2: The World's Strongest

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Alternative title:
Bola de Drac Z: El més fort del Món 
Dragon Ball Z Movie 2 - The Strongest Guy in the World 
Dragon Ball Z Movie N.2 - Il più forte del mondo (Italian) 
Dragon Ball Z: Der stärkste auf Erden (German) 
Dragon Ball Z: El hombre más fuerte del mundo (Spanish) 
Dragon Ball Z: El más fuerte del mundo (Spanish) 
Dragon Ball Z: El siniestro doctor Willow (Spanish) 
Dragon Ball Z: Kono Yo de Ichiban Tsuyoi Yatsu (Japanese) 
Dragon Ball Z: Le robot des Glaces (French) 
Dragon Ball Z: Najsilniejszy Wojownik Na Ziemi (Polish) 
Dragon Ball Z: O Homem Mais Forte Do Mundo (Portuguese) 
Dragon Ball Z: The Strongest Guy in the World 
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Man 
ドラゴンボールZ この世で一番強いヤツ (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Themes: fighting 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: The evil Dr. Wheelo has resurrected his brain into a robot and now desires to inhabit the body of the world's strongest warrior. This means he must face Son Goku and company in a fight for Goku's life. 
User Ratings: 1318 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 31 votes (dub:23, sub:6, others:2
2 Spanish dubbed
)
 Excellent: 60 votes (dub:37, sub:19, ?:1, others:3
2 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Very good: 197 votes (dub:120, sub:64, edit.dub:5, raw:1, ?:1, others:6
3 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Good: 336 votes (dub:221, sub:87, edit.dub:11, ?:7, raw:1, others:9
5 Spanish dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 hindi/urdu dubbed
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Decent: 318 votes (dub:198, sub:91, edit.dub:15, ?:5, others:9
3 Spanish dubbed
2 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 French dubbed
1 German dubbed
1 French subtitled
)
 So-so: 161 votes (dub:83, sub:55, edit.dub:10, ?:5, raw:1, others:7
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Swedish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 French dubbed
)
 Not really good: 83 votes (dub:49, sub:23, edit.dub:8, others:3
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
1 French dubbed
)
 Weak: 81 votes (dub:43, sub:27, edit.dub:7, others:4
1 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Bad: 35 votes (dub:18, sub:8, edit.dub:3, ?:1, others:5
2 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
1 German dubbed
1 Portuguese edited dub
)
 Awful: 8 votes (dub:5, sub:3)
 Worst ever: 8 votes (dub:4, sub:2, edit.dub:1, ?:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 3750 users, rank: #228 (of 6068)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.179 (Decent+), std. dev.: 1.8246, rank: #4142 (of 6062)
Weighted mean: 6.144 (Decent), rank: #4182 (of 6062) (seen all: 6.15 / seen some: 5.96 / won't finish: 5.70)
Bayesian estimate: 6.157 (Decent), rank: #3783 (of 4613)
Running time: 60 minutes 
Vintage: 1990-03-10
Premiere date:
1990-03-10 (Japan) 
Opening Theme:
"Cha-La Head Cha-La" by Hironobu Kageyama 
Ending Theme:
"I-ku-sa" by Hironobu Kageyama 
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Blu-Ray
    Dragon Ball Z Movies: Dead Zone/World's Strongest (Blu-Ray) 2008-05-27 (from $19.60)
DVD (Region 1)
    Dragon Ball Z - Movies 1 & 2 (DVD) 2008-05-27 (from $12.74)
    Dragon Ball Z Movie 2: The World's Strongest (DVD) 1998-05-27
    Dragon Ball Z Movie 2: The World's Strongest (DVD) 2009-11-10
    Dragon Ball Z Movie Pack (1-5) (DVD 1) 2011-11-01 (from $16.49)
    Dragon Ball Z Movie [Box Set] (DVD 1-3) 2001-10-09
    Dragon Ball Z Movies 1-3 DVD Pack (DVD) 2006-11-14 (from $16.98)
    Dragon Ball Z - Rock the Dragon Edition (Dub.DVD) 2013-08-13 (from $52.00)
DVD (Region 4)
    Dragon Ball Z Remastered Movie Collection V01 - Dead Zone/World's Strongest (DVD) 2008-09-10
VHS
    Dragon Ball Z - The Movie - The World's Strongest (Dub.VHS) 1998-05-26 (from $3.98)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Daisuke Nishio 
Screenplay: Takao Koyama 
Music: Shunsuke Kikuchi 
Original story: Akira Toriyama 
Character Design: Minoru Maeda 
Art Director: Yuji Ikeda 
Animation Director: Minoru Maeda 
Producer: Kozo Morishita 

Art Coordinator: Minoru Nakamura 
Assistant Director:
Junichi Fujise 
Tatsuya Orime 
Check: Hideki Sakai 
Editing: Shinichi Fukumitsu 
Film Editing: Yoshihiro Aso 
Ink & Paint Coordination: Tomoko Ueki 
Production: Matsuji Kishimoto 
Production Coordination:
Akihiko Yamaguchi 
Yuichi Suenaga 
Production Supervision: Chiaki Imada 
Record Keeping: Yoshiko Hara 
Recording: Kenji Ninomiya 
Recording Assistant: Hiroyuki Shibue 
Sound Effects: Hidenori Arai 
Special Effects: Yukari Hashimoto 
Theme Song Performance: Hironobu Kageyama 
Kouji Nakata as Dr. Willow 
Masako Nozawa as
Son Gohan 
Son Goku 

Hiromi Tsuru as Bulma 
Kenji Utsumi as ShenLong 
Kôhei Miyauchi as Kame Sennin 
Kouji Yada as Dr. Kochin 
Mayumi Tanaka as Kuririn 
Naoki Tatsuta as Oolong 
Toshio Furukawa as Piccolo 

Daisuke Gouri as
Misokatsun 
Umigame 
Jouji Yanami as Narrator 
Ken Yamaguchi as Ebifurya 
Mayumi Shou as Chi-Chi 
Yukimasa Kishino as Kishime 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Bandai Channel 
Casting: Aoni Production 
Laboratory: Toei Chemical Industry 
Production:
Bird Studio 
Toei Animation 
Recording Studio: Tavac Studio 
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation 
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Chad Bowers (movie) 
Script:
Eric Vale (Funimation) 
Matt Chaney (Funimation) 
Ward Perry 
Music: Nathan M. Johnson (Funimation) 
Translation: Steven J. Simmons (Funimation) 
Executive producer:
Cindy Brennan Fukunaga (Funimation) 
Gen Fukunaga (Funimation) 
Hideki 'Henry' Goto 
Producer:
Barry Watson (Funimation) 
Carly Hunter (Double Feature) 
Daniel Cocanougher (Funimation) 
Hiroe Tsukamoto 
Justin Cook (Double Feature) 

ADR Engineer: Tyler Walker (Funimation) 
Casting Coordination: Janet Willoughby 
Dialogue Editing:
Eric LeBlanc 
Trevor Smith 
Line Producer: Zach Bolton (Funimation) 
Mix Engineer:
Nathanael Harrison (Funimation) 
Neal Malley (Funimation) 
Production Coordination: Diana Gage 
Production Supervision:
Cindy Brennan Fukunaga 
Gen Fukunaga 
Re-Recording Mixing:
Gina Mueller 
Keith A. Goddard 
Recording engineer:
Chris Farley 
Robert Crang 
Script Supervision: Jeremy Carlile (Funimation) 
SFX Editor:
Matthew Wilson 
Tim Bavis 
Talent Coordination: Tara Williams (Funimation) 
Voice Direction: Karl Willems 
Peter Kelamis as Goku 
Saffron Henderson as Gohan 
Sean Schemmel as Goku(Uncut) 

Chris Rager as Kishime(Funimation) 
Dave Ward as Master Roshi 
Doug Parker as Oolong 
Lalainia Lindbjerg as Bulma 
Lisa Ann Beley as Chi-Chi 
Matthew Tompkins as Ebifurya(Funimation) 
Paul Dobson as Dr. Kochin 
R Bruce Elliott as Dr. Wheelo(Funimation) 
Robert McCollum as Mikokatsun(Funimation) 
Scott McNeil as Piccolo 
Terry Klassen as Krillin 
Troy Baker as Dr. Kochin(Funimation) 
Ward Perry as Dr. Wheelo 

Brad Jackson as Oolong(Uncut) 
Christopher R. Sabat as Piccolo(Uncut) 
Cynthia Cranz as Chi-Chi(Uncut) 
Doc Harris as Narrator 
Kyle Hebert as Narrator(Uncut) 
Mike McFarland as Master Roshi(Uncut) 
Scott McNeil as Turtle 
Sonny Strait as Krillin(Uncut) 
Stephanie Nadolny as Gohan(Uncut) 
Terry Klassen as Ebiforya 
Tiffany Vollmer as Bulma(Uncut) 

English companies
French staff
French cast
(none)
Brigitte Lecordier as Sangohan 
Eric Legrand as Dr Willow 
Patrick Borg as Sangoku 

Celine Monsarrat as Bulma 
Francine Laine as Krilin 
Georges Lykan as
Dr Koshin 
Shenron 
Philippe Ariotti as
Oolong 
Petit Coeur(Piccolo) 
Pierre Trabaud as Tortue géniale 

Celine Monsarrat as Chichi 
Frédéric Bouraly as
Evry Fria 
Kishimé 
Georges Lycan as
Dr Cashin 
Shéron 
Georges Lykan as Tortue 
French companies
ADR Production: SOFI 
Broadcaster: Mangas 
Distributor: AB Group 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Gloria Rocha 
Translation:
Ivars Barzdevics (Spain dub) 
Jesús Vallejo 
Ana Cremades as Gohan(Spain dub) 
Carlos Segundo as
Kamisama 
Piccolo 
Eduardo Garza as Krilin 
Joel Mulachs as Son Gohan(Catalan dub) 
Juan Antonio Cortés Gavira as Goku(Spain dub) 
Laura Torres as Gohan 
Marc Zanni as Son Goku(Catalan dub) 
Mario Castañeda as Goku 

Angeles Neira as Krillin(Spain dub) 
Antonio Inchausti as
Oolong(Spain dub) 
Piccolo(Spain dub) 
Jesus Collin as Maestro Roshi 
Jesús Prieto as Dr. Willow(Spain dub) 
Julia Oliva as Chichi(Spain dub) 
Manuel Duarte as Dr. Kôchi(Spain dub) 
Manuel Lázaro as Dr. Korchin(Catalan dub) 
Marta Barbará as Krilín(Catalan dub) 
Miquel Bonet as Oolong(Catalan dub) 
Nonia De La Gala as Bulma(Spain dub) 
Rocio Garcel as Bulma 
Roser Contreras as Bulma(Catalan dub) 
Vicens Manuel Doménech as Follet Tortuga 'Mutenroshi'(Catalan dub) 
Xavier Fernández as Satanàs Cor Petit Jr.(Catalan dub) 

Abel Rocha as Shen Long 
Alberto Hidalgo as Umigame (Turtle)(Spain dub) 
Alejo De La Fuente as
Misokattsun(Spain dub) 
Saibaiman(Spain dub) 
Antonio Crespo as Tortuga de mar(Catalan dub) 
Arturo Mercado as Oolong 
Enric Isasi-Isasmendi as Narrador(Catalan dub) 
Isabel Muntaner as Chichi(Catalan dub) 
Jorge García Tomé as Narrator(Spain dub) 
José Lavat as Narrator 
Jose Luis Castañeda as Dr Kochin 
Mariano Peña as Roshi(Spain dub) 
Mario Sauret as Dr Willow 
Patricia Acevedo as Chichi/Milk 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Cartoon Network L.A. 
ETC TV (Chile/Cable) 
Megavision (Chile/Air) 
Distributor: Cloverway, Inc. (Latin America) 
Dubbing Studio: Intertrack S.A. de C.V. Mexico 
DVD Distribution: Manga Films (Spain) 
Home Video: ETV Empresa Trasandina de Videos (Chile/1998) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director:
Fabrizio Mazzotta 
Paolo Torrisi (2nd edition) 

Dialogues:
Manuela Scaglione (2nd edition) 
Tullia Piredda (2nd edition) 
Mixing: Moreno Grossi Pometti (2nd edition) 
Synchronization: Giancarlo Martino (2nd edition) 
Transcription: Stefano Di Modugno (2nd edition) 
Video Post-Production: Marco Sestan (2nd edition) 
Alberto Olivero as Junior(Piccolo; 2nd edition) 
Alessio De Filippis as Gohan 
Andrea Ward as Goku 
Davide Lepore as Crilin 
Marcella Silvestri as Crili(Crilin; 2nd edition) 
Marco Pagani as Dr. Kochin(2nd edition) 
Orlando Mezzabotta as Dr. Willow(2nd edition) 
Paolo Torrisi as Goku(2nd edition) 
Patrizia Scianca as Gohan(2nd edition) 
Piero Tiberi as Piccolo 
Romano Malaspina as Dr. Willow 

Alberto Sette as Misokatsun(2nd edition) 
Barbara De Bortoli as Chichi 
Elisabetta Spinelli as Chichi(2nd edition) 
Emanuela Pacotto as Bulma(2nd edition) 
Fabrizio Mazzotta as Olong 
Francesca Guadagno as Bulma 
Giorgio Bonino as Kishime(2nd edition) 
Giovanni Battezzato as Shenron(2nd edition) 
Mario Scarabelli as
Genio delle Tartarughe(Muten; 2nd edition) 
Narrator(2nd edition) 
Michele Kalamera as Narrator 
Neri Marcoré as Shenron 
Oliviero Dinelli as Muten 
Riccardo Peroni as Oscar(Olong; 2nd edition) 
Stefano Albertini as Ebifurya(2nd edition) 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Italia 1 
RaiDue 
Distributor:
Dynamic Italia 
Mediaset (2nd edition) 
Dubbing:
Coop. Eddy Cortese 
MERAK FILM - Milano (2nd edition) 
Translation: C.I.T.I. (2nd edition) 
German staff
German cast
Dubbing Director: Ulrike Lau 

Dialogbuch: Thomas Lehmann 
Sandro Blümel as Son Gohan 
Tommy Morgenstern as Son Goku 

Bernhard Völger as Oolong 

David Nathan as Piccolo 
Julia Ziffer as Chi-Chi 
Karl Schulz as Muten Roshi 
Wanja Gerick as Kuririn 
German companies
Distributor:
Kazé Germany 
Polyband 
Dubbing: MME Studios Berlin 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Carlos Silveira as Dr.Willow 
Fábio Lucindo as Kuririn 
Fátima Noya as Gohan 
Gileno Santoro as Mestre Kame 
Luiz Antônio Lobue as Piccolo 
Wendel Bezerra as Goku 

Angelica Santos as Oolong 

António Semedo as
Dr. Willow(PT) 
Narrator(PT) 
Umigame(PT) 
Cristina Cavalinhos as Bulma(PT) 
Daoiz Cabezudo as Narrador 
Fernanda Figueiredo as
Kika(PT) 
Krillin(PT) 
Henrique Feist as
Son Gohan(PT) 
Son Goku(PT) 
Mário Jorge as Tartaruga 
Raquel Marinho as Chichi 
Ricardo Spínola as
Coraçãozinho de Satã(PT) 
Dr. Kochin(PT) 
Oolong(PT) 
Tartaruga Genial(PT) 
Tânia Gaidarji as Bulma 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
Cartoon Network L.A. 
Rede Globo (Brazil) 
Dubbing Studio: Álamo 
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