Dragon Ball Z: Plan to Destroy the Saiyajin (OAV)

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Alternative title:
Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiya-jin Zetsumetsu Keikaku (Japanese) 
ドラゴンボールZ/外伝・サイヤ人絶滅計画 (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Dr. Raichii is the only Tsufurujin (the race eradicated by the Saiyajin many years ago) thought to have survived. He now is going to take revenge on the only surviving Saiyajin still alive, Goku and Vegita. He uses machines that emit destron, a gas that will destroy all life on Earth. Now the the Z warriors only have 72 hours to find and destroy Dr. Raichii. 
User Ratings: 312 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 19 votes (dub:11, sub:7, others:1
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 Excellent: 21 votes (sub:14, dub:6, others:1
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 Very good: 44 votes (sub:26, dub:12, ?:2, raw:2, others:2
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 Good: 81 votes (sub:52, dub:21, ?:1, others:7
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 Decent: 67 votes (sub:46, dub:18, edit.dub:1, raw:1, others:1
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 So-so: 43 votes (sub:34, dub:7, others:2
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 Not really good: 18 votes (sub:12, dub:6)
 Weak: 9 votes (sub:5, dub:1, raw:1, others:2
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1 Portuguese dubbed
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 Bad: 4 votes (sub:4)
 Awful: 5 votes (sub:3, dub:2)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 1230 users, rank: #878 (of 6233)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.497 (Decent+), std. dev.: 1.8725, rank: #3611 (of 6228)
Weighted mean: 6.336 (Decent+), rank: #3942 (of 6228) (seen all: 6.35 / seen some: 6.33 / won't finish: 4.15)
Bayesian estimate: 6.384 (Decent+), rank: #3502 (of 4685)
Running time: 26 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 2 
Episode titles: We have 2
Vintage: 1993-08 
Official website:
Trivia: We have 3
Comment:
This OAV series is composed of footage of animated cut-scenes and cinemas from the Playdia video game of the same name. The footage was later released on VHS in Japan. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Shigeyasu Yamauchi 
Screenplay: Takao Koyama 
Music: Keiju Ishikawa 
Original creator: Akira Toriyama 
Art Director: Kenichi Tajiri 
Animation Director: Masahiro Shimanuki 
Producer: Kozo Morishita 

Art Advancement: Tomoo Fukumoto 
Assistant Director:
Haruhisa Okamoto (part 2) 
Hidehiko Kadota (part 1) 
Assistant producer: Seiichi Hiruta 
Background Art:
Hisashi Ikeda (part 2) 
Hitomi Kurihara (Mukuo Studio; part 1) 
Junko Shinada (Mukuo Studio; part 2) 
Motoyuki Tanaka (parts 1 + 2) 
Tadao Kubota (Mukuo Studio; part 1) 
Editing: Shinichi Fukumitsu 
Editing Assistant: Yoshihiro Aso 
In-Between Animation:
Chiori Matsuda (parts 1 + 2) 
Chizuko Kusunoki (parts 1 + 2) 
Hisatoshi Kokubo (part 1) 
Kenji Shinohara (part 1) 
Megumi Yamashita (parts 1 + 2) 
Michiyo Matano (parts 1 + 2) 
Satomi Adachi (part 1) 
Yoshiko Murakami (part 1) 
Key Animation:
Hideko Okimoto (part 2) 
Hitoshi Inaba (part 2) 
Kazuya Hisada (parts 1 + 2) 
Koji Nashizawa (part 2) 
Masahiro Shimanuki (parts 1 + 2) 
Naoki Tate (parts 1 +2) 
Naotoshi Shida (part 2) 
Tadayoshi Yamamuro (part 2) 
Tomekichi Takeuchi (parts 1 + 2) 
Yoko Iizuka (part 1) 
Youichi Ohnishi (part 2) 
Paint:
Aiko Seguchi (part 2) 
Atsushi Uchida (part 1) 
Jean Uramoto (part 2) 
Keiko Yoshizawa (part 2) 
Masae Motohashi (part 2) 
Mayumi Shiba (part 1) 
Michiko Masui (part 1) 
Tomomi Kosaka (part 1) 
Yoko Obori (parts 1 + 2) 
Paint Advancement: Tomoko Ueki 
Paint Check:
Toyoji Sawada (part 1) 
Yoko Sakamoto (part 2) 
Photography:
Akinobu Majima (Sanko Production; parts 1 + 2) 
Atsushi Iwasaki (Sanko Production; part 1) 
Fumio Hirokawa (Sanko Production; parts 1 + 2) 
Jun'Ichi Takeda (Sanko Production; part 2) 
Kazuhiro Yoshino (Sanko Production; part 1) 
Naoyuki Taniguchi (Sanko Production; parts 1 + 2) 
Rikiya Matsushita (Sanko Production; part 2) 
Takayoshi Matsudaira (Sanko Production; part 1) 
Production Advancement:
Kazumi Fujioka (part 2) 
Yoshiaki Yanagi (part 1) 
Production manager: Akihiko Yamaguchi 
Record Keeping: Mamiko Ogawa 
Recording: Kenji Ninomiya 
Recording Assistant: Hideyuki Tanaka 
Scene Layout: Tadao Kubota 
Sound Effects: Hidenori Arai 
Special Effects:
Chiaki Hirao (part 2) 
Masayuki Kawachi (part 1) 
Xerograph:
Sachiko Torimoto (part 2) 
Yaeko Kanai (part 1) 
Masako Nozawa as
Son Gohan 
Son Goku 
Târesu 
Ryo Horikawa as Vegita 
Takeshi Kusao as Trunks 
Toshio Furukawa as Piccolo 

Masako Nozawa as Tullece 
Ryusei Nakao as
Coola 
Freeza 
Kuula 
Shinji Ogawa as Dr. Lychee 
Yusaku Yara as
Hachihyaku 
Slug 

Hideo Ishikawa as Hacchiyaku (remake 2010) 
Hiromi Tsuru as Bulma 
Hiroshi Iwasaki as Dr. Raichi (remake 2010) 
Hisao Egawa as
Goddogâdon 
Godguardon 
Kawas 
Monster 
Jouji Yanami as
Dr.Brief 
Dr.Brif 
Kaiô 
Narrator 
Naoko Watanabe as Chi-Chi 
Shunzou Miyasaka as Saiyajin A (remake 2010) 
Takahiro Fujimoto as Tsuful (remake 2010) 
Tetsu Inada as Slug (remake 2010) 
Toku Nishio as Mr. Popo 
Tomiko Suzuki as Dende 
Umeka Shouji as Reporter (remake 2010) 
Yujiro Kakuda as Saiyajin C (remake 2010) 
Yuka Saitou as Beautiful girl (remake 2010) 
Yusaku Yara as
Hacchihyakku 
Ponkam 
Slugg 
Japanese companies
Background Art: Mukuo Studio 
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry 
Photography: Sanko Production 
Recording Studio: Tavac Studio 
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