Dragon Ball Z (TV)

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Alternative title:
Bola de Dragón Z (Spanish)
What's My Destiny Dragonball (Italian)
Z دراجون بول (Arabic)
Драгон Бол Зед (Russian)
ドラゴンボールZ (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Goku is back with his new son, Gohan, but just when things are getting settled down, the adventures continue. Whether he is facing enemies such as Frieza, Cell, or Buu, Goku is proven to be an elite of his own and discovers his race, Saiyan and is able to reach Super Saiyan 3 form. He meets many new people, gaining allies and well as enemies, as he still finds time to raise a family and be the happy-go-lucky Saiyan he is.
User Ratings: 5567 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 752 votes (dub:435, sub:218, edit.dub:12, ?:7, raw:2, others:78
35 Spanish dubbed
10 Portuguese dubbed
9 Spanish subtitled
6 German dubbed
4 French dubbed
2 Portuguese subtitled
2 Italian dubbed
2 Polish edited dub
1 Polish dubbed
1 Lithuanian edited dub
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 German edited dub
1 Russian dubbed
1 Indonesia dubbed
1 Cantonese dubbed
1 Italian subtitled
 Excellent: 908 votes (dub:497, sub:290, edit.dub:33, ?:7, raw:6, others:75
34 Spanish dubbed
12 Spanish subtitled
8 Portuguese dubbed
7 German dubbed
2 Polish edited dub
2 Portuguese subtitled
2 Tagalog dubbed
2 Italian dubbed
1 Greek dubbed
1 French dubbed
1 Spanish edited dub
1 Dutch dubbed
1 Dutch subtitled
1 Catalan dubbed
 Very good: 1076 votes (dub:599, sub:342, edit.dub:36, ?:8, raw:6, others:85
30 Spanish dubbed
13 Portuguese dubbed
11 German dubbed
7 Portuguese subtitled
5 Spanish subtitled
4 French dubbed
3 Polish edited dub
3 Italian dubbed
2 Spanish edited dub
1 German edited dub
1 Indonesian dubbed
1 Polish dubbed
1 Greek dubbed
1 Dutch subtitled
1 Polish subtitled
1 Tagalog dubbed
 Good: 1162 votes (dub:651, sub:370, edit.dub:43, ?:19, raw:4, Eng:1, others:74
23 Spanish dubbed
13 Portuguese dubbed
12 German dubbed
5 Spanish subtitled
5 Italian dubbed
3 Tagalog dubbed
3 Spanish edited dub
2 French dubbed
2 Dutch subtitled
1 Polish dubbed
1 Portuguese edited dub
1 French subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 German edited dub
1 Polish subtitled
 Decent: 732 votes (dub:385, sub:232, edit.dub:58, ?:12, raw:1, others:44
9 Spanish dubbed
9 German dubbed
7 French dubbed
5 Portuguese dubbed
5 Italian dubbed
2 Spanish subtitled
1 French subtitled
1 Dutch subtitled
1 greek dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Indonesian dubbed
1 Italian edited dub
 So-so: 265 votes (dub:142, sub:76, edit.dub:26, ?:6, others:15
4 German dubbed
3 Spanish edited dub
2 Tagalog dubbed
2 French dubbed
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
 Not really good: 233 votes (dub:123, sub:70, edit.dub:20, ?:4, raw:2, others:14
3 Spanish dubbed
3 Portuguese dubbed
3 Polish dubbed
2 German dubbed
1 Croatian dubbed
1 Danish dubbed
1 Dutch subtitled
 Weak: 164 votes (dub:95, sub:40, edit.dub:22, ?:1, raw:1, others:5
2 German dubbed
1 French subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Polish dubbed
 Bad: 102 votes (dub:60, sub:17, edit.dub:13, raw:2, ?:2, others:8
4 Spanish dubbed
2 German dubbed
1 Korean subtitled
1 German edited dub
 Awful: 83 votes (dub:48, sub:20, edit.dub:11, ?:2, others:2
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Portuguese edited dub
 Worst ever: 90 votes (dub:43, sub:30, edit.dub:11, ?:2, others:4
2 Italian dubbed
2 Spanish subtitled
Seen in part or in whole by 12134 users, rank: #19 (of 7468)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.160 (Good), std. dev.: 2.2344, rank: #2323 (of 7493)
Weighted mean: 7.040 (Good), rank: #2513 (of 7493) (seen all: 7.51 / seen some: 5.73 / won't finish: 4.22)
Bayesian estimate: 7.041 (Good), rank: #2376 (of 5659)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 291
Episode titles: We have 291
1989-04-19 to 1996-01-31
1990-12-24 (France - TF1)
1991-10-16 (TV3 - Televisió de Catalunya)
1996-09-13 to 2003-04-07 (USA)
1997-09-01 (Mexico, Televisa Canal 5)
1998-02-02 (Colombia - Canal Caracol)
1998-09-12 (Spain, Antena 3)
1999-06-01 to 1999-08-23 (Cartoon Network Brazil - episodes 01 to 60)
1999-06-01 to 1999-08-23 (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 01 to 60)
1999-10-25 (Brazil, BAND - Saiyajin, Freeza and Cell Sagas)
1999-11-17 to 2000-02-27 (Cartoon Network Brazil - episodes 61 to 120)
1999-11-17 to 2000-02-27 (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 61 to 120)
2000-01 to 2001-05 (Italy - Italia 1)
2000-07-31 to 2000-11-26 (Cartoon Network Brazil - episodes 121 to 199)
2000-07-31 to 2000-11-26 (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 121 to 199)
2001-04-13 to 2001-05-29 (Cartoon Network Brazil - episodes 200 to 232)
2001-04-13 to 2001-05-29 (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 200 to 232)
2001-07-17 to 2001-09-14 (Cartoon Network Brazil - episodes 233 to 254)
2001-07-17 to 2001-09-14 (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 233 to 254)
2001-07-23 (Brazil, Rede Globo - Majin Boo Saga)
2001-08-27 (Germany - RTL2)
2001-10-01 to 2001-10-15 (Cartoon Network Brazil - episodes 281 to 291)
2001-10-01 to 2001-10-15 (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 281 to 291)
2002-12-09 (Croatia - Nova TV)
2009-04-05 (Japan - Fuji TV - HDTV)
2011-02-10 (Croatia, RTL - Re-Broadcast)
2012 (Nicktoons Network - Majin Boo Saga Re-Broadcast)
2012-02-02 (Argentina, ZTV-Telefe)
2016 (Colombia)
2018-07-21 (Colombia - Canal Uno HDTV Remastered Broadcast)
Release dates: We have 103
Opening Theme:
"Dragonball Z Theme" by Bruce Faulconer [English Version] (edited eps 93-276)
"Dragonball Z" by Tom Keenlyside, John Mitchell & David Iris [English Version - Ocean dub] (edited eps 54-276)
"Opening Theme" by Dave Moran [English Version] (uncut eps 1-67)
"Opening Theme" by Mark Menza [English Version]
"Rock the Dragon" by ??? [English Version] (edited eps 1-92)
#1: "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" by Hironobu Kageyama (eps 1-199)
#2: "We Gotta Power" by Hironobu Kageyama (eps 200-291)
Ending Theme:
"Closing Theme" by Mark Menza [English Version]
#1: "でてこいとびきりZENKAIパワー!" (Dete Koi Tobikiri ZENKAI Power!) by MANNA (eps 1-199)
#2: "僕達は天使だった (Boku-tachi wa Tenshi datta)" by Hironobu Kageyama (eps 200-291)
Insert song:
"Battle Point Unlimited" (BP∞バトルポイント・アンリミテッド) by Kenji Yamamoto (ep 120)
"Mind Power ...Ki..." (MIND POWER …気…) by Hironobu Kageyama and Yuka (ep 139)
"Shura-Iro no Senshi" (修羅色の戦士) by Koji Kaya (ep 20)
"Unmei no Hi- Tamashi vs Tamashi" (運命の日~魂VS魂~) by Hironobu Kageyama (ep 184)
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Blu-Ray (Region A)
    Dragon Ball Z - Level 1.1 (Blu-Ray) 2011-11-08
    Dragon Ball Z - Level 1.2 (Blu-Ray) 2011-12-13
    Dragon Ball Z - Level 2.1 (Blu-Ray) 2012-03-27
    Dragon Ball Z - Level 2.2 (Blu-Ray) 2012-03-27
    Dragon Ball Z - Season One (Blu-Ray) 2013-12-31
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Two (Blu-Ray) 2014-03-04
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Three (Blu-Ray) 2014-04-01
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Four (Blu-Ray) 2014-05-13
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Five (Blu-Ray) 2014-06-24 (from $33.46)
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Six (Blu-Ray) 2014-08-05
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Seven (Blu-Ray) 2014-09-16 (from $33.46)
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Eight (Blu-Ray) 2014-10-28
    Dragon Ball Z - Season Nine (Blu-Ray) 2014-12-09 (from $35.98)
DVD (Region 1)
    Dragon Ball Z - Complete Seasons 1-9 (DVD)
    Dragon Ball Z - Namek Saga (DVD) 2001-10-09
    Dragon Ball Z - Saiyan Saga (DVD) 2001-10-09
    Dragon Ball Z - Garlic Jr. Box Set (DVD) 2003-01-21
    Dragon Ball Z - Perfect Cell Box Set (DVD) 2003-03-25
    Dragon Ball Z - World Tournament Box Set (DVD) 2003-04-22
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu Box Set [Uncut] (DVD) 2003-07-29
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion Box Set [Uncut] (DVD) 2003-09-23
    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu DVD Box Set [Uncut] (DVD) 2003-11-11
    Dragon Ball Z - Saga 1 Part 2 Starter Set (DVD) 2006-03-21 (from $29.74)
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 1: Vegeta Saga [Uncut] (DVD) 2006-09-26
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 2: Namek and Captain Ginyu Sagas [Uncut] (DVD) 2007-05-22
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 3: Frieza Saga [Uncut] (DVD) 2007-09-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 4: Garlic Jr., Trunks, and Android Sagas [Uncut] (DVD) 2008-02-19
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 5: Perfect and Imperfect Cell Sagas [Uncut] (DVD) 2008-05-27
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 6: Cell Games Saga [Uncut] (DVD) 2008-09-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 7: Great Saiyaman & World Tournament Sagas [Uncut] (DVD) 2008-11-11
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 8: Babidi & Majin Buu Sagas [Uncut] (DVD) 2009-02-10
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 9: Majin Buu Saga [Uncut] (DVD) 2009-05-19
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 1 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2009-11-10
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    Dragon Ball Z - Seasons 3 and 4 (DVD) 2010-02-01
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 2 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2010-02-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 3 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2010-05-04
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    Dragon Ball Z - Seasons 7 and 8 (DVD) 2010-05-10
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 4 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2010-09-14
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 5 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2011-04-26
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 6 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2011-07-05
    Dragon Ball Z - Season 7 Dragonbox Set (DVD) 2011-10-11
    Dragon Ball Z - The Best of Goku (DVD) 2013-10-13
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    Dragon Ball Z - Vegeta Saga II - The Saiyan Prince (DVD 10) 2006-07-11
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    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Desperation (DVD 25) 2001-09-04
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Super Saiya Goku (DVD 26) 2002-02-05
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Eleventh Hour (DVD 27) 2001-11-13
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Fall of a Tyrant (DVD 28) 2001-11-27
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Namek's End (DVD 29) 2001-12-18
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    Dragon Ball Z - Imperfect Cell - 17's End (DVD 43) 2002-05-14
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    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - Ultimatum (DVD 48) 2002-11-12
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    Dragon Ball Z - Great Saiyaman - Gohan's Secret (DVD 59) 2005-07-05
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    Dragon Ball Z - World Tournament - Junior Division (DVD 62) 2001-06-26
    Dragon Ball Z - World Tournament - The Draw (DVD 63) 2001-07-31
    Dragon Ball Z - World Tournament - Blackout (DVD 64) 2001-07-31
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - Descent (DVD 65) 2001-10-02
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - Battle Royale (DVD 66) 2001-10-02
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    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Revival (DVD 71) 2002-03-12
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Tactics (DVD 72) 2002-03-12
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Defiance (DVD 73) 2002-05-07
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - A Hero's Farewell (DVD 74) 2002-05-07
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Emergence (DVD 75) 2002-06-11
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion - Evil Buu (DVD 76) 2002-06-11
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion - Play For Time (DVD 77) 2002-07-16
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    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu - Regression (DVD 83) 2002-11-26
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    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu - New Beginning (DVD 87) 2003-03-11
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    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games Started Box Set (DVD 60/61) 2004-01-27
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    Dragon Ball Z - Rock the Dragon Edition (Dub.DVD) 2013-08-13
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    Dragon Ball Z - Snake Way [Edited] (Dub.DVD 3) 1999-05-11 (from $11.98)
    Dragon Ball Z - Supervivencia [Spanish] (Dub.DVD 3) 2007-09-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Pendulum Room [Edited] (Dub.DVD 4) 1999-06-01
    Dragon Ball Z - Gohan Ensaya [Spanish] (Dub.DVD 4) 2007-09-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Doom [Edited] (Dub.DVD 5) 1999-06-01
    Dragon Ball Z - Goku es Detenido [Spanish] (Dub.DVD 5) 2008-02-19
    Dragon Ball Z - Immortals [Edited] (Dub.DVD 6) 1999-07-13
    Dragon Ball Z - Heroes Condenados [Spanish] (Dub.DVD 6) 2008-02-19
    Dragon Ball Z - Destruction [Edited] (Dub.DVD 7) 1999-07-13
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    Dragon Ball Z - Showdown [Edited] (Dub.DVD 8) 1999-08-17
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    Dragon Ball Z - Departure [Edited] (Dub.DVD 9) 1999-08-10
    Dragon Ball Z - El Sacrifico Maximo [Spanish] (Dub.DVD 9) 2008-09-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Rebirth [Edited] (Dub.DVD 10) 1999-09-14
    Dragon Ball Z - El Principe Sayajin [Spanish] (Dub.DVD 10) 2008-09-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Namek [Edited] (Dub.DVD 11) 1999-09-14
    Dragon Ball Z - Betrayal [Edited] (Dub.DVD 12) 1999-10-12
    Dragon Ball Z - Collision [Edited] (Dub.DVD 13) 1999-10-12
    Dragon Ball Z - Quest [Edited] (Dub.DVD 14) 1999-11-09
    Dragon Ball Z - Trouble [Edited] (Dub.DVD 15) 1999-11-09
    Dragon Ball Z - The Ginyu Force [Edited] (Dub.DVD 16) 1999-12-07
    Dragon Ball Z - Super Saiyan [Edited] (Dub.DVD 17) 1999-12-07 (from $11.98)
    Dragon Ball Z - Trunks Box Set [Edited] (Dub.VHS) 2001-10-09
    Dragon Ball Z - Trunks Box Set [Uncut] (Dub.VHS) 2001-10-09
    Dragon Ball Z - Perfect Cell Box Set [Uncut] (Dub.VHS) 2003-03-25
    Dragon Ball Z - World Tournament Box Set [Uncut] (Dub.VHS) 2003-04-22
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu Box Set [Edited] (Dub.VHS) 2003-07-29
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu Box Set [Uncut] (Dub.VHS) 2003-07-29
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion Box Set [Edited] (Dub.VHS) 2003-09-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion Box Set [Uncut] (Dub.VHS) 2003-09-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu Box Set [Edited] (Dub.VHS) 2003-11-11
    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu Box Set [Uncut] (Dub.VHS) 2003-11-11
    Dragon Ball Z - Collision (Dub.VHS 13) 1998-08-25
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - The Summoning [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 20) 1999-07-06
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Death of a Prince [Edited] (Dub.VHS 23) 1999-11-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Death of a Prince [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 23) 1999-11-16
    Dragon Ball Z - Frieza - Namek's End [Edited] (Dub.VHS 29) 2000-03-14
    Dragon Ball Z - Androids - Assassins [Edited] (Dub.VHS 38) 2000-08-15
    Dragon Ball Z - Androids - Assassins [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 38) 2000-08-15
    Dragon Ball Z - Imperfect Cell - Discovery [Edited] (Dub.VHS 41) 2000-12-26
    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - A Moment's Peace [Edited] (Dub.VHS 49) 2001-11-06
    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - A Moment's Peace [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 49) 2001-11-06
    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - Guardian's Return [Edited] (Dub.VHS 50) 2001-11-06
    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - Guardian's Return [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 50) 2001-11-06
    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - The Games Begin [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 51) 2002-01-08
    Dragon Ball Z - Cell Games - Surrender [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 52) 2002-01-08
    Dragon Ball Z - World Tournament - Blackout [Edited] (Dub.VHS 64) 2001-07-17
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - Descent [Edited] (Dub.VHS 65) 2001-08-28
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - Descent [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 65) 2001-08-28
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - Battle Royale [Edited] (Dub.VHS 66) 2001-08-28
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - The Dark Prince Returns [Edited] (Dub.VHS 67) 2001-09-25
    Dragon Ball Z - Babidi - Rivals [Edited] (Dub.VHS 68) 2001-09-25
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - The Hatching [Edited] (Dub.VHS 69) 2001-12-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - The Hatching [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 69) 2001-12-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Atonement [Edited] (Dub.VHS 70) 2001-12-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Atonement [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 70) 2001-12-18
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Revival [Edited] (Dub.VHS 71) 2002-02-12
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Tactics [Edited] (Dub.VHS 72) 2002-02-12
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Defiance [Edited] (Dub.VHS 73) 2002-03-19
    Dragon Ball Z - Majin Buu - Emergence [Edited] (Dub.VHS 75) 2002-04-23
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion - Evil Buu [Edited] (Dub.VHS 76) 2002-04-23
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion - Ambush [Edited] (Dub.VHS 79) 2002-07-23
    Dragon Ball Z - Fusion - Last Saiyaman [Edited] (Dub.VHS 81) 2002-09-17
    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu - Regression [Edited] (Dub.VHS 83) 2002-11-26
    Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu - Regression [Uncut] (Dub.VHS 83) 2002-11-26

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director:
Daisuke Nishio (eps 1-199)
Shigeyasu Yamauchi (200-291)
Series Composition: Takao Koyama
Atsushi Maekawa (13 episodes
eps 257-258, 264-265, 274-277, 284-288

Aya Matsui
Hiroshi Toda
Katsuyuki Sumisawa
Keiji Terui (15 episodes
eps 6-7, 10, 16, 21, 30, 33, 38, 41, 44, 48, 54-55, 62, 68

Masashi Kubota (23 episodes
eps 226-228, 234-236, 243, 249-252, 263, 269-273, 281-283, 289-291

Reiko Yoshida (eps 244, 259)
Satoru Akahori (ep 202)
Sumio Uetake (10 episodes
eps 155-156, 172, 176, 210, 215, 229-230, 253, 266

Takao Koyama (36 episodes
eps 1, 3, 5, 8, 12, 20, 22-23, 26, 34, 39, 42, 57, 81-82, 101-102, 118, 120, 122, 133-134, 157-158, 193, 200, 209, 218-219, 237-242, 254

Toshiki Inoue (4 episodes
eps 4, 11, 27, 31

Toshinobu Ooi (ep 233)
Yoshiyuki Suga (eps 203-204)
Daisuke Nishio (26 episodes
eps 1, 12, 25, 31, 35, 39, 67, 73, 81, 91, 102, 107, 117, 141-142, 145, 149, 153, 162, 168, 174, 179, 186, 192, 197, 202

Harume Kosaka (ep 87)
Johei Matsuura
Katsumi Aoshima (ep 16)
Kazuhisa Takenouchi (4 episodes
eps 26, 89, 121-122

Kazuhito Kikuchi (eps 151, 159)
Minoru Okazaki
Mitsuo Hashimoto (ep 100)
Osamu Kasai (ep 24)
Shigeyasu Yamauchi (32 episodes
eps 45, 49, 53, 57, 62, 95, 99, 104, 109, 114, 118, 123, 128, 132, 136, 147, 156, 160, 167, 190, 207, 232, 236, 239, 243, 247, 252, 256, 272, 275, 279, 283

Yoshihiro Ueda (ep 265)
Episode Director:
Akihiko Yamaguchi (ep 87)
Atsutoshi Umezawa (ep 180)
Daisuke Nishio (23 episodes
eps 1, 12, 25, 31, 35, 39, 67, 73, 102, 107, 117, 141, 145, 149, 153, 162, 168, 174, 179, 186, 192, 197, 202

Hidehiko Kadota (ep 265)
Hiroki Shibata (7 episodes
eps 170, 176, 183, 189, 194, 199, 240

Johei Matsuura (eps 37, 42, 59)
Junichi Fujise (18 episodes
eps 62, 68, 80, 91, 96, 100, 112, 122, 127, 134, 142, 155, 161, 166, 235, 244, 257, 282

Kazuhisa Takenouchi (6 episodes
eps 3, 5, 10, 15, 19, 22

Kazuhito Kikuchi
Masahiro Hosoda (5 episodes
eps 165, 173, 182, 188, 193

Minoru Okazaki (11 episodes
eps 7, 14, 21, 28, 34, 41, 48, 54, 64, 69, 77

Mitsuo Hashimoto
Osamu Kasai (11 episodes
eps 2, 9, 17, 198, 206, 215, 224, 231, 268, 278, 288

Shigeyasu Yamauchi (31 episodes
eps 45, 49, 53, 57, 95, 99, 104, 109, 114, 118, 123, 128, 132, 136, 147, 156, 160, 167, 190, 207, 232, 236, 239, 243, 247, 252, 256, 272, 275, 279, 283

Takahiro Imamura (8 episodes
eps 159, 204, 211, 219, 251, 258, 286, 291

Tatsuya Orime (11 episodes
eps 24, 30, 36, 44, 55, 61, 66, 71, 76, 79, 84

Yoshihiro Ueda
Original creator: Akira Toriyama
Character Design:
Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru (eps 200-291)
Minoru Maeda (eps 1-199)
Chigusa Yokoyama
Hitoshi Nagasaki (6 episodes
eps 44, 47, 49, 51, 61, 65

Kayoko Koitabashi (6 episodes
eps 67, 69, 75, 78, 81, 84

Ken Tokushige (ep 231)
Kenji Matsumoto
Masazumi Matsumiya (eps 80, 83)
Masuo Nakayama (ep 86)
Mitsuharu Miyamae (16 episodes
eps 147, 233, 237, 241, 245, 249, 253, 257, 261, 265, 269, 273, 277, 281, 286, 290

Shigenori Takada (26 episodes
eps 2-42 even, 45-46, 48, 50, 52

Shinobu Takahashi (eps 59, 63)
Shoji Tokiwa (14 episodes
eps 188, 191, 196, 198, 202, 206, 210, 214, 218, 222, 226, 230, 260, 264

Takeo Yamamoto (eps 3-43 odd)
Tomoko Yoshida
Tsutomu Fujita
Yōko Ichihara (ep 72)
Yoshito Watanabe (3 episodes
eps 100, 103, 136

Yūji Ikeda (eps 1-6)
Yuko Tahara (ep 55)
Animation Director:
Ichio Hayashi (ep 245)
Ichiro Hattori (ep 177)
Katsumi Aoshima (5 episodes
eps 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru (OP 2; eps 44, 120)
Kazuya Hisada (16 episodes
eps 98, 103, 109, 114, 119, 125, 130, 134, 140, 146, 150, 155, 231, 268, 281, 287

Keisuke Masunaga (18 episodes
eps 174, 179, 184, 191, 195, 201, 207, 214, 220, 226, 234, 239, 247, 253, 260, 266, 274, 279

Masahiro Shimanuki (15 episodes
eps 68, 76, 81, 87, 93, 160, 166, 170, 175, 180, 187, 205, 211, 219, 225

Masaki Sato (ep 64)
Masayuki Uchiyama
Minoru Maeda (18 episodes
eps 7, 14, 21, 28, 34, 41, 48, 70, 77, 90, 95, 107, 112, 117, 124, 142, 154, 164

Mitsuo Shindo (22 episodes
eps 3, 10, 17, 24, 37, 43, 50, 52, 57, 60, 65, 69, 73, 78, 82, 86, 91, 97, 101, 106, 111, 116

Naoaki Houjou (3 episodes
eps 252, 261, 267

Naoki Miyahara (4 episodes
eps 159, 199, 280, 289

Sachio Ebisawa
Shingo Ishikawa (13 episodes
eps 216, 222, 229, 236, 241, 246, 251, 257, 263, 271, 276, 284, 291

Tadayoshi Yamamuro (19 episodes
eps 122, 127, 133, 137, 143, 147, 152, 157, 162, 168, 173, 185, 200, 206, 232, 242, 249, 255, 285

Takeo Ide (eps 129, 138)
Tomekichi Takeuchi (11 episodes
eps 4, 11, 19, 25, 31, 36, 40, 47, 54, 58, 63

Yukio Ebisawa
Yuuji Hakamada (16 episodes
eps 182, 188, 192, 196, 202, 209, 215, 221, 227, 235, 240, 258, 264, 272, 277, 286

Sound Director: Nobuhiro Komatsu
Kenji Shimizu (Fuji TV)
Koji Kaneda (Fuji TV; eps 118-291)
Kozo Morishita

Assistant producer:
Hiromi Seki (Toei Animation)
Seiichi Hiruta (Toei Animation)
Chief animator: Minoru Maeda
Chief Designer: Ken Tokushige (200-291)
Insert Song Composition: Kenji Yamamoto (eps 20, 120)
Insert Song Performance:
Kōji Kaya (ep 20)
Yuka (ep 139)
Key Animation:
Akio Katada
Akira Inagami (Studio Junio)
Atsushi Matsumoto (K Production)
Chikako Uesugi
Eisaku Inoue
Hidehiko Okano (Studio Cockpit)
Hideko Okimoto (Studio Junio)
Hiroshi Takeuchi
Hiroyuki Yokota (K Production)
Hisashi Eguchi
Isao Sugimoto (Studio Cockpit)
Katsuki Aoshima
Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru (21 episodes
eps 7, 14, 21, 28, 34, 41, 44, 64, 70, 77, 90, 95, 107, 112, 120, 138, 142, 154, 159, 164, 188

Kazuo Takigawa
Kazuya Hisada
Keisuke Masunaga (17 episodes
eps 179, 184, 191, 195, 201, 207, 214, 220, 226, 234, 239, 247, 253, 260, 266, 274, 279

Kenji Yokoyama
Kiyoshi Matsumoto
Kuniko Iwagami
Mamoru Hosoda (ep 173)
Masaaki Iwane (Studio Cockpit)
Masahiro Shimanuki (Seigasha)
Masaki Sato (Studio Junio; 17 episodes
eps 7, 14, 21, 28, 34, 41, 48, 70, 77, 90, 107, 112, 117, 124, 142, 154, 159

Masako Sankaku
Masayuki Uchiyama (Last House)
Miki Ugai (Shindo Pro)
Minako Ito
Mizue Ogawa (K Production)
Naoki Mishiba
Naoki Miyahara (Studio Junio)
Naoki Tate (Seigasha)
Naotoshi Shida (Last House)
Noriko Ichihashi
Noriko Shibata (Shindo Pro)
Shigeki Sato (K Production)
Shingo Ishikawa (K Production)
Tadayoshi Yamamuro (Shindo Pro)
Taiichiro Kohara (Last House)
Takahiro Yoshimatsu
Takeo Ide (Studio Junio)
Teruhisa Ryu (Shindo Pro)
Tetsuya Numako (Studio Junio)
Tetsuya Saeki
Tomekichi Takeuchi
Tomoya Iida
Toshiyuki Kanno (Studio Live)
Yoko Arai
Yoko Iizuka (Seigasha)
Yoshihiko Umakoshi (Studio Cockpit; eps 174, 179)
Yosuji Kudo
Yukio Ebisawa (Studio Live)
Music Selection: Shigeru Miyashita
Kenji Shimizu (Fuji TV)
Kozo Morishita (Toei Animation)
Production manager:
Akihiko Yamaguchi (110-169)
Matsuji Kishimoto (1-58)
Yuichi Suenaga (170-291)
Public Relations: Yumiko Shigeoka (Fuji TV)
Recording: Kenji Ninomiya
Sound Effects: Hidenori Arai
Theme Song Arrangement:
Keiju Ishikawa (OP2)
Kenji Yamamoto (OP1, ED1)
Osamu Totsuka (ED2)
Theme Song Composition:
Chiho Kiyooka (OP 1)
Keiju Ishikawa (OP2)
Takeshi Ike (ED1, ED2)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Naruhisa Arakawa (ED1)
Yukinojo Mori (OP1, OP2, ED2)
Theme Song Performance:
Hironobu Kageyama (OP1, OP2, ED2)
Masako Nozawa as Son Goku

Daisuke Gouri as Mr. Satan
Hideyuki Hori as Commander Ginyu
Hikaru Midorikawa as Android No. 16
Hiroko Emori as Chaozu
Hiromi Tsuru as Bulma
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Tenshinhan
Jouji Yanami as
North Kaiou
Kōichi Yamadera as Tenshinhan (eps 82, 84)
Kōzō Shioya as Majin Buu
Masako Nozawa as
Son Gohan
Son Goten
Mayumi Shō as ChiChi (1-66)
Mayumi Tanaka as Krilin
Miki Itou as Android No. 18
Naoko Watanabe as Chichi
Norio Wakamoto as Cell
Ryo Horikawa as Vegita
Ryusei Nakao as Freeza
Shōzō Iizuka as Nappa
Takeshi Kusao as Trunks
Toru Furuya as Yamucha
Toshio Furukawa as Piccolo
Yuko Minaguchi as Videl

Arihiro Masuda as Driver (ep 126)
Atsushi Kisaichi as
Citizen (ep 243)
Reporter (ep 231)
Aya Hisakawa as Chiko (ep 16)
Banjou Ginga as
Bora (ep 13)
King Vegeta
Moai (ep 11)
Bin Shimada as West Kaiou
Chikao Ohtsuka as TaoPaiPai
Daiki Nakamura as Bun (ep 40)
Daisuke Gouri as
1st Saiya-jin (ep 17)
King Kold
Mezu (ep 280)
Eiji Maruyama as Yuzuka (ep 124)
Ginzo Matsuo as Hapless Farmer (ep 1)
Hideo Ishikawa as
Monk (eps 221-228)
Subordinate A (eps 222-223)
Hikaru Midorikawa as
2nd Soldier (ep 72)
Batter (ep 10)
Hiro Yuuki as
Killer (ep 224)
Hirohiko Kakegawa as
Bourbon (ep 170)
Disciple (ep 80)
Man (ep 16)
Usher (ep 6)
Villager (ep 79)
Hiroko Emori as
Idasa's Mama
Mrs. Briefs (ep 140)
Spirit (ep 7)
Hiromi Tsuru as
Baby Trunks
West Kaiōshin (ep 277)
Hiroshi Masuoka as Kame Sennin (288+)
Hirotaka Suzuoki as
Budokai Announcer
Captain Chicken
Mezu (ep 95)
Mr. Shu (ep 118)
Other World Budokai Announcer
Hiroyuki Satou as
1st Soldier (ep 70)
Atla (ep 11)
Henchman (ep 40)
Man (ep 16)
Namekian Warrior (ep 47)
Sweeper Driver (ep 12)
The Giant (ep 42)
Hisao Egawa as
Bora (ep 285)
Gozu (ep 195)
Man in City (ep 126)
Olibu (ep 270)
P.E. Teacher (ep 200)
Teacher (eps 201-202)
Ichirō Nagai as Karin-sama
Isamu Tanonaka as
Raichi (ep 41)
Jouji Yanami as
Dr. Briefs
Junko Shimakata as Emi (ep 40)
Junpei Takiguchi as
Grand Elder
Uranai Baba
Katsuji Mori as Nail
Kazumi Tanaka as
Jink (ep. 16)
Oran (ep 54)
The Doctor (ep 42)
Kazunari Tanaka as
Animal Trainer (ep 204)
Big Brother Roundworm (eps 273-274)
Chapu Chai (ep 196)
Citizen (ep 249)
Commissioned Officer (ep 252)
Demon (ep 195)
Leader (ep 203)
Man (ep 202)
Maraiko (ep 197 – 198)
News Reporter (ep 201)
Robber A (ep 200)
Satan's Pupil (ep 243)
Underling (ep 287)
Kazuyuki Sogabe as South Kaiōshin (ep 277)
Keiichi Nanba as Zeshin (ep 40)
Keiko Yamamoto as East Kaiou
Keiko Yokozawa as Annin
Ken Yamaguchi as Raspberry (eps 59-60)
Kenji Utsumi as
Kinpei Azusa as Muri
Kōhei Miyauchi as Kame Sennin
Kouji Totani as
Dag (ep 10)
Mezu (ep 13)
Kouji Yada as Doctor Gero
Kōzō Shioya as
Robot (ep 9)
Vodka (ep 174)
Kumiko Nishihara as Angela
Machiko Toyoshima as instructor
Mahito Tsujimura as Dai Kaioshin (ep 277)
Mami Koyama as Lunch
Mariko Mukai as
Mrs. Briefs
Snake Princess (ep 14)
Masaaki Ohkura as Upa (ep 13)
Masaharu Satō as
Blueberry (eps 59-60)
Boss (ep 203)
Coach (ep 10)
Giant (ep 42)
Gozu (ep 13)
King Cold (ep 195)
Lao Chu (ep 170–171)
Mezu (ep 195)
Musuka (ep 204)
Olivu (ep 196–199)
Saichourou (eps 100-105)
Shenlong (ep 193)
Tard (ep 108–111)
Masako Nozawa as Bardock (ep 86)
Masato Hirano as
Commander (ep 97)
Ogli (ep 10)
Mayumi Tanaka as
Sno (ep 285)
Uranai Baba (eps 190-291)
Megumi Hayashibara as Blind Boy (ep 249)
Megumi Ogata as Old Woman (ep 201)
Megumi Urawa as
Little Dinosaur (ep. 204)
Michiyo Yanagisawa as Boy (ep 39)
Minoru Tanaka as Jink (ep 16)
Misato Hirano as Ogli (ep 10)
Miyako Endou as Teacher (eps 200-203)
Miyoko Aoba as Pizza (ep 161)
Naoki Tatsuta as
Elder Tsuno (eps 50-51)
Haiya Dragon
Karin-sama (eps 217-291)
Killer (ep 214)
Mayor (ep. 203)
Naoko Watanabe as Pu'erh
Nobuhiko Kazama as Deranged Gunman (eps 253-254)
Nobutoshi Canna as
Robber C (ep 200)
Young Man (ep 201)
Reiko Yamada as Old Witch (ep 267)
Reizō Nomoto as Old Kaioushin
Ryo Horikawa as Gozu (ep 280)
Ryouichi Tanaka as
Gozu (ep 95)
One-Eyed Bonze (ep 7)
Ryūji Saikachi as Daikaiou
Ryūzaburō Ōtomo as Darbura
Shigeru Chiba as
Garlic Jr
Shigeru Nakahara as Android No. 17
Shin Aomori as
Mighty Mask
Shenlong (ep 240)
Shinobu Satouchi as
2nd Soldier (ep 70)
Umpire (ep 10)
Underling (ep 60)
Sho Hayami as Zarbon
Shōzō Iizuka as Ha-chan (ep 285)
Takeshi Aono as Kami-Sama
Takeshi Kusao as
Piegerro (ep 16)
Tetsuo Mizutori as Zald
Tetsuya Iwanaga as Old Kaiōshin (Young; ep 267)
Toku Nishio as
Mr. Popo
South Kaiou
Tomiko Suzuki as
Dende (young)
Tomohisa Asou as
Jiisan (ep 253)
PuiPui (ep 220–222)
Watchman (ep 280)
Tomoko Maruo as Hatch (ep 16)
Toshio Furukawa as Kirano
Toshio Kobayashi as
3rd Soldier (ep 72)
Announcer (ep 171)
Controller (ep 97)
Lieutenant (ep 78)
Man (ep 115)
Policeman (ep 204)
Yasuhiko Kawazu as
Caterpi (ep 196)
Driver (ep 248)
Furog (ep 197)
Gang (ep 201)
Olivu (ep 278)
Robber B (ep 200)
Servant (ep 253 – 255)
Subordinate (ep 119)
Warrior (ep 97)
Yasuo Tanaka as Zakuro (ep 41)
Yoshiyuki Kouno as
Mou Kekko
Subordinate B (ep 222)
Youko Kawanami as
Cynthia (ep 124)
Lemuria (ep 11)
Mrs. Briefs (124+)
Yuji Machi as
Apul (ep 54)
Doctor (eps 39-46)
Namekian Warrior (eps 47-48)
Warrior (ep 70)
Yuji Mitsuya as
Yuka Koyama as Lime
Yuka Ohno as Woman (ep 16)
Yukimasa Kishino as
2nd Saiya-jin (ep 17)
Cell Games Announcer
Tao Pai Pai
Vegeta Ou/King Vegeta
Yukitoshi Hori as
Android No. 19
North Kaiōshin (ep 277)
Yūko Kobayashi as Maron
Yumi Touma as
Attendant (ep 14)
Rom (ep 16)
Yûsuke Numata as
Young Man (ep 126)
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
ADR Director:
Chris Cason
Christopher R. Sabat
Justin Pate
Mike McFarland (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Scott Sager (Revised Dialogue)
Sonny Strait (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Tyler Walker (Revised Dialogue)
Zach Bolton (Revised Dialogue)
Chris Forbis
Christopher Neel (Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4)
Eric Vale
Ian Corlett (Season 2)
Jared Hedges (Season 3 - end of DBZ)
John Burgmeier (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Terry Klassen (Seasons 2, 3 and 4)
Ward Perry (Seasons 4, 5, and 6)
Translation: Steven J. Simmons
ADR Script:
Andrew Rye (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Chuck Huber (Season 1 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Eric Vale (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Gregg Andrew Hurwitz (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
John Burgmeier (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Matt Chaney (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Mike McFarland (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Terrance Hemmingway (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Ward Perry (Seasons 4- end of DBZ)
Executive producer:
Cindy Brennan Fukunaga (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Gen Fukunaga (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Barry Watson (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Carly Hunter
Daniel Cocanougher (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Justin Cook

Adaptation: Paul Coldrick
Additional Music: Matt Chaney (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Additional Sound Design: Matt Chaney (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
ADR Engineer:
Andrew Tipps (Seasons 1-3)
John Burgmeier (Season 4)
Justin Pate (Season 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Moises Vega (Season 3)
Peter Hawkinson (Season 3)
Rawly Pickens (Season 3)
Scott Sager
Tyler Walker (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Zach Bolton (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
ADR Looping:
Aaron Davidson (Season 8)
Brian Thomas (Season 5)
Christopher Bevins (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Derrik Poitevint (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Justin Cook (Season 5)
Neal Malley (Season 8)
Scott Sager (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Tyler Walker (eps 1-65)
Zack Bolton (Season 8)
Animation/Paint: Johnathon Vought (Season 1 and 2)
Animation/Paint Editing:
Byron Watson
Carly Hunter
Assistant Script Supervisor: Susan Poore (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Assistant Talent Coordinator: Scott Garner
Assistant Voice Director:
Christopher R. Sabat (Season 3 and 4)
John Burgmeier
Audio Producer: Bruce Faulconer (Season 3 and 4)
Background Music:
Bruce Faulconer (Seasons 3- end of DBZ)
David Iris (Seasons 4- end of DBZ, Ocean)
John Mitchell (Seasons 4- end of DBZ, Ocean)
Kussa Mahchi (Seasons 1 and 2; Seasons 1 and 2)
Nathan Johnson (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Shuki Levy (Seasons 1 and 2)
Tom Keenlyside (Seasons 4- end of DBZ, Ocean)
Dialogue Editing: Tim Bavis (Season 1 and 2)
DVD Author: Matthew O'Hara
DVD Design: Antimere Robinson (Tournament Saga)
Editing Assistant:
Jeremy Jimenez (Season 5)
Jessie Mancilla (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Shane Ray (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Engineering Assistant:
Frank Bailey-Meier
Jimmy Dijulio (Season 1 and 2)
Executive in Charge of Music:
Nathan Johnson (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Ron Kenan (Season 1 and 2)
Film Transfer Supervisor:
Brandon Tyler
Chas Naylor
Julius Dobos (Synthesizer)
Mike Smith (Synthesizer)
Scott Morgan (Synthesizer; Guitar)
Lead Video Engineer:
Jason Weems
Sarah Mueller (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Line Producer:
Justin Cook (FUNimation Dub; eps 1-3)
Zach Bolton
Logo Animation: Johnathon Vought (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Mix Engineer:
Adrian Cook (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
David Wingo (Season 3)
Evan Jones (Season 4+; Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Evan O'Conner Jones (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Mike Smith (Season 3 and 4)
Nathanael Harrison
Neal Malley
Music Arrangement: Scott Morgan (FUNimation)
Music Assistant: Tim Gosselin (Season 1 and 2)
Music Composition:
Julius Dobos (uncredited)
Mike Smith (uncredited)
Ron Wasserman (uncredited; Season 1 and 2)
Scott Morgan (uncredited)
Music Editing:
Ben Kasparek (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Jay Bolton (Season 1 and 2)
Karl Warmé (Season 1 and 2)
Neal Malley (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Scott Morgan (eps 54-179)
Music Engineer:
Barron Abramovitch (Season 1 and 2)
Mike Smith (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Music producer:
Jeremy Sweet (Season 1 and 2)
Ron Wasserman (Season 1 and 2)
Music Supervision:
David Leon (Season 1 and 2)
Julius Dobos (eps 221-276)
Paint Editing:
Aaron Davidson (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Byron Watson (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Chas Naylor (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Jeffrey Miller (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Post-Production Assistant:
Andrew Manson (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Aya Spann (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Production Assistant:
Anthony Benavides (FUNimation Re-Dub)
Chase Lenderman (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
DJ Fonner (FUNimation Re-Dub)
Gino Palencia
Jayme Westman (FUNimation Re-Dub)
Jessie Mancilla (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Matthew Piersall (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Richie DeMeglio (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Rob Schindlbeck (FUNimation Re-Dub)
Scott Porter (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Trenton Jons
Production Coordination:
Diana Gage (Season 1 and 2)
Neil Weathersbee (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Production Supervision: Carly Hunter (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Re-Recording Mixing: Gina Mueller (Season 1 and 2)
Recording Assistant: Trevor Smith (Season 1 and 2)
Recording engineer: Hennie Britton
Rotoscoping: Jeffrey Miller (FUNimation Re-Dub)
Senior Video Editor:
Daniel Mancilla
Jeremy Jimenez
Story Editor:
Chris Forbis (Season 1)
Christopher Neel (Season 2)
Brian Thomas (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Jessie Mancilla (Season 8)
Shane Ray (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Talent Coordination: Tara A. Williams
Telecine Colorist: Steve Franko
Theme Song Composition:
Bruce Faulconer (OP/ED)
Dave Moran (OP; Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
David Iris (OP/ED; Vancouver dub eps 108-276; eps 54-107)
John Mitchell (OP/ED; Vancouver dub eps 54-276; eps 54-107)
Mark Menza (ED; Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub; OP; Remastered)
Tom Keenlyside (OP/ED; Vancouver dub eps 54-276; eps 54-107)
Theme Song Instruments: Budd Guin (Guitar; OP FUNimation edited eps 93-276)
Theme Song Lyrics:
David Iris (OP; Vancouver dub eps 54-276; eps 54-107)
John Mitchell (OP; Vancouver dub eps 54-276; eps 54-107)
Tom Keenlyside (OP; Vancouver dub eps 54-276; eps 54-107)
Version Editor:
Byron Watson (Season 1 and 2)
Daniel Cocanougher (Season 1 and 2)
Daniel Mancilla (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Jeremy Jimenez (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Moises Vega (Season 1 and 2)
Video Engineer:
Brian Thomas (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Brittany Smith (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Casey Barteau (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Christopher Bryan (Blu-Ray; Level 1.1+1.2)
Video Engineering Supervisor: Jacob Martin
Video Post-Production Director:
Brandon Tyler
Clarine Harp
Video Post-Production Manager: Matthew O'Hara
Voice Direction:
Barry Watson
Chris Cason (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Christopher R. Sabat (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Chuck Huber (Season 1, FUNimation Re-Dub)
Denise Logan (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Justin Cook (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Karl Willems (Season 2, 4-end of DBZ, Ocean)
Kent Williams (Season 1 & 2 FUNimation Re-Dub)
Mike McFarland (Kid Buu Saga; eps 261-276)
Sarah-Anne Dafoe (Ocean)
Voice Recording Engineer:
Moises Vega (Season 3-6)
Rob Crang (Season 1 and 2)
Ian Corlett as Goku (Season 1)
Jerry Todd as Goku (Vancouver dub; eps 27-37)
Kirby Morrow as Goku (Vancouver dub; eps 145-276)
Peter Kelamis as Goku (Vancouver dub; 53 episodes
eps 38-53, 108-144
Sean Schemmel as Goku

Alistair Abell as Future Trunks ((Vancouver dub))
Brian Drummond as Vegeta (Seasons 1-2)
Brice Armstrong as Captain Ginyu (FUNimation re-dub)
Cathy Weseluck as Young Trunks (Vancouver dub)
Chris Rager as Mr. Satan / Hercule (FUNimation dub)
Christopher R. Sabat as
Chuck Huber as Android 17
Cynthia Cranz as Chi-Chi
Dameon Clarke as Cell
Don Brown as Mr. Satan / Hercule (Vancouver dub)
Duncan Brannan as Babidi
Enuka Okuma as Android 18 (Vancouver dub)
Eric Johnson as Trunks
France Perras as Bulma (Vancouver dub; eps 254-276)
Gabe Khouth as Goten (Teen; Vancouver dub)
Ian Corlett as Master Roshi (Season 1)
Jeremy Inman as Android 16
Jillian Michaels as Goten (Vancouver dub)
John Burgmeier as Tien
Josh Martin as Majin Buu
Kara Edwards as
Kyle Hebert as
Teen Gohan
Lalainia Lindbjerg as Bulma (Vancouver dub; eps 1-53)
Laura Bailey as Young Trunks (FUNimation dub)
Linda Young as Frieza
Maggie Blue O'Hara as Bulma (Vancouver dub; eps 108-245)
Matt Smith as Tien (Vancouver dub)
Meredith McCoy as Android 18
Mike McFarland as Master Roshi
Moneca Stori as Videl (Vancouver dub)
Monika Antonelli as Chiaotzu
Phil Parsons as Nappa (FUNimation re-dub)
Rick Robertson as Dabura
Robert McCollum as Goten (Teen; FUNimation dub)
Saffron Henderson as Gohan (Seasons 1-2)
Scott McNeil as
Android 16 (Vancouver dub)
Piccolo (Seasons 1-2)
Sean Schemmel as King Kai
Sonny Strait as Krillin
Ted Cole as Yamcha (Vancouver dub)
Terry Klassen as
Krillin (Vancouver dub)
Master Roshi (Vancouver dub; eps 108-276)
Tiffany Vollmer as Bulma

Alec Willows as Oolong (Vancouver dub; Season 1-2)
Alison Retzloff as Emy (ep 40)
Alistair Abell as
Baby Trunks (Vancouver dub)
Capsule Corp Explorer (Vancouver dub; ep 158)
Ed (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Fleeing Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 153)
Kasdan (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
King's Guard (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
Majin Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 207)
Raditz (Vancouver dub; ep 167)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
Sharpner (Vancouver dub)
Torbie (Vancouver dub)
Upa (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
ZTV Staff (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
ZZTV Cameraman (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Alvin Sanders as
Bald Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Gregory (Vancouver dub)
Mr. Popo (Vancouver dub)
Nigel / Lionel (ZTV Cameraman; Vancouver dub)
Previous Guardian (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Toad Warrior Leader (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Tsuno (Vancouver dub; ep 38)
Zaacro (Vancouver dub)
Amber Cotton as
3 Eyed Spirit (ep 7)
Lemilia (Arlian; ep 11)
Nurse (ep 42)
Andrew Francis as Dende (Vancouver dub)
Anthony Bowling as Frieza Soldier (ep. 72)
Barry Watson as Scratch (Dr. Brief's Cat)
Bart Myer as Spice
Bill Townsley as
Cui (FUNimation re-dub)
Guldo (FUNimation re-dub)
Bob Carter as
Zaacro (FUNimation re-dub)
Brad Jackson as
Atla (Arlian; ep 11)
King Cold
Yudon (Orphen; ep 16)
Brad Swaile as
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Devilman (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Jewelry Store Clerk (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Majin Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 208)
Robber (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
Teen Gohan (Vancouver dub)
Brandon Bristow as
Investigator 1 (ep 35)
Patient (ep 40)
Brandon Potter as
Namekian Warrior B (ep 70)
Other World Tournament Announcer
Brenna O'Brien as
Ice Cream Girl (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Pan (Vancouver dub)
Brian Dobson as
Baseball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Buu Ghosts (Vancouver dub)
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Classmate (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
College Student (Vancouver dub; ep 227)
Conductor (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
Controller (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 202)
Dr. Gero (Vancouver dub)
Evil Majin Buu (Vancouver dub)
Future Gohan (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Gunman (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Kid Buu (Vancouver dub)
Nok (Vancouver dub)
Otherworld Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 265)
Pirozhki (Vancouver dub)
Radio Announcer (Vancouver dub; ep 237)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 198)
Robber (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
Super Majin Buu (Vancouver dub)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 209)
Vodka (Vancouver dub)
ZTV Representative (Vancouver dub; ep 164)
Brian Drummond as
Animal Trainer (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Anthony (Vancouver dub; ep 208)
Baba (Vancouver dub; eps 175-291)
Battle Ball Coach (Vancouver dub; ep 129)
Birdwell (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
Blue Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Boat Jock (Vancouver dub; ep 121)
Boon (Vancouver dub; ep 29)
Cell Junior (Vancouver dub)
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Engaged Man (Vancouver dub; ep 227)
Flathead (Vancouver dub; ep 259)
Future Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Glasses Classmate (Vancouver dub)
Hijacker (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
History Teacher (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Human Shooter (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Kazuya Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
King Vegeta (Vancouver dub; ep 215)
Mac (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Majin Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 207)
Namekian (Vancouver dub; ep 158)
News Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Nick Hornby (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 161)
Pikkon (Westwood Dub)
Pilot (Vancouver dub; ep 232)
Police Captain (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 198)
Robber (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
T. Kanno (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 209)
TV Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 132)
Vegito (Vancouver dub)
WHN Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 234)
WT General (Vancouver dub; ep 128)
Yajirobe (Seasons 1-2)
Yamu (Vancouver dub)
Brice Armstrong as TV Anchor (ep 46)
Carrie Savage as Woman 3
Cathy Weseluck as
871 Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 120)
Aerobics Woman (Vancouver dub; ep 142)
Android 19 (Vancouver dub)
Angela (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Bulla (Vancouver dub)
Cake Shop Employee (Vancouver dub; ep 226)
Capsule Corp Computer (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Chiaotzu (Season 1-2)
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
East Kai (Vancouver dub)
Engaged Woman (Vancouver dub; ep 227)
Grocery Woman (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Hamilton (Vancouver Dub)
Hunter (Vancouver dub; ep 118)
Idasa and Ikose's Mother (Vancouver dub)
Idasam (Vancouver dub)
Junior Competitor (Vancouver dub; ep 196)
Kamikaze Ghost (Vancouver dub; eps 243-244)
Koreyu (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Lime (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
Maron (Krillen's Ex, Westwood Dub)
Marron (Krillin's daughter; Westwood dub)
Mother (Vancouver dub; ep 153)
Nathie (reporter at tournament; ep 194)
NMT Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 128)
Old Witch (Vancouver dub; ep 252)
Posse Member (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Puar (Seasons 1-2)
Scratch (Vancouver dub)
Sue (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Tommy (Vancouver dub; ep 131)
Toto's Wife (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Vegeta (young; Vancouver dub; ep 215)
Young Daughter (Vancouver dub; ep 153)
Ceyli Delgadillo as Dende
Chance Munsterman as TV Anchor (ep 26)
Chris Cason as
Jink (Orphen; ep 16)
Mr. Popo (Frieza Saga)
Orlen (FUNimation re-dub)
Planet Frieza Doctor (FUNimation re-dub)
Rasberry (eps 59-60)
Tien Shinhan (Frieza Saga)
Chris Forbis as
Dodoria (FUNimation re-dub)
Dr. Brief (Bulma's Father)
Chris Patton as Frieza Soildier (Namek Saga)
Chris Rager as
Goz (FUNimation re-dub)
King Yemma
Christopher Bevins as
After Life Guide (eps 6-7)
Christopher R. Sabat as
Burter (FUNimation re-dub)
Grandpa Gohan (Flashback; ep 32)
King Vegeta
Mr. Popo
Vegeta Actor
Chuck Huber as
Crane Hermit (Flashback; ep 25)
Garlic Jr.
Mr. Robot (ep 9)
Mustard (Original Dub)
TV Newsman (ep 22)
Colleen Clinkenbeard as Princess Snake (Re-Recording)
Cynthia Cranz as
Princess Snake's Maid (ep 14)
Social Worker (ep 16)
Woman (ep 16)
Dale Wilson as
Android 8 (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Army General (Vancouver dub; ep 237)
Canadian (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Cell (Vancouver dub)
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Kami (Vancouver dub)
King Furry (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Lao (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
Mayor (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Megaphone Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 234)
Milk Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 233)
NBS Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 142)
Olibu (Vancouver dub)
Otherworld Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 181)
Pete (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Radio Announcer (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
Dale D. Kelly as
Captain Ginyu
Narrator (Seasons 3-4)
Dameon Clarke as
Boon's Dad
Busjacker Leader
Cowboy Attire Salesman
Gohan's Classmate
Gohan's Science Professor
Mr. Satan/Hercule Actor (M. Hashimoto)
Musuka's Lackey
Pigero (Orphen; ep 16)
Reckless Driver
South Kai
Zeshin (ep 40)
Daphne Gere as Maron
Dave Ward as
Biker (Vancouver dub; ep 232)
Boat Passenger (Vancouver dub; ep 236)
Marvin (Vancouver dub; ep 227)
Ox King (Seasons 1-2)
Yakon (Vancouver dub)
David Katsuk as Investigator 2 (ep 35)
David Kaye as
Burt Yakamori (Vancouver dub; ep 178)
Guru (ep 48)
Recoom (season 2)
Doc Harris as
Narrator (Seasons 1-2)
Police Captain (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Don Brown as
Arqua (Vancouver dub)
Boar Shooter (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Bourbon Enforcer (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
Burter (Vancouver dub)
Fireman (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Flathead's Brother (Vancouver dub; ep 259)
Flathead's Father (Vancouver dub; ep 259)
Fleeing Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 153)
Gorilla Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 181)
Gunman (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Homeroom Teacher (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Hostage (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Kanassan Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Kibito (Vancouver dub)
King Kai
King Yemma (Westwood dub)
M. Hashimoto (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Man (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Moori (Vancouver dub; Season 2)
North Supreme Kai (Vancouver dub; ep 262)
Old Deliverer (Vancouver dub; ep 234)
Otokosuki (Vancouver dub)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 161)
Shenlong (Vancouver dub)
Tapkar (Vancouver dub)
Toad Warrior (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Truck Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Vodka's Bodyguard (Vancouver dub; ep 159)
WT Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 128)
Yuzuka (Vancouver dub; ep 110)
Doug Burks as Raspberry
Doug Parker as
Battle Ball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 129)
Blueberry (Vancouver dub; ep 47)
Bourbon (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
Bubbles (Vancouver dub)
Cell Junior (Vancouver dub)
Gingertown's Richest Man (Vancouver dub; ep 127)
Giran (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Icarus (Vancouver dub; ep 110)
Mez (Vancouver dub; ep 8)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
Toto (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Duncan Brannan as
Dylan Thompson as
Guldo (Original Dub)
Ellen Kennedy as
Baba (Vancouver dub)
Princess Snake (Vancouver dub)
Eric Johnson as Announcer
Erin Fitzgerald as
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
Piiza (Vancouver dub)
France Perras as Suno (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
French Tickner as King Moai (Vancouver dub)
Gabe Khouth as
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Idasa (Vancouver dub)
Majin Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 209)
Stuntman (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Tommy (Vancouver dub; ep 234)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 203)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Gerard Plunkett as Onion (Vancouver dub; Illusion Saiyan; ep 11)
Gordon Holey as Namekian Warrior A (ep 70)
Grant James as Doctor (Re-release; ep 42)
Ian Corlett as Cui (Vancouver dub)
J. Michael Tatum as Spice (Revised Dub)
Jakie Cabe as Sabretooth
James Fields as Jimmy Firecracker (Cell Games Reporter)
James Norris as Giant Birds
James Stanley as Shin
Jamie Marchi as
Boy (ep 40)
Girl (Re-release; ep 42)
Jane Perry as
Aerobics Woman (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Capsule Corp Secretary (Vancouver dub; ep 124)
Mrs. Brief (Seasons 1-2)
Janyse Jaud as Social Worker
Jason Gray-Stanford as
Cui (Season 2)
Raditz (Season 1)
Jason Lovelady as Frieza Soldier (ep 42)
Jeremy Inman as Snake (ep 42)
Jillian Michaels as
Bee (Vancouver dub)
Gohan (Vancouver dub; Vancouver dub; eps 151-179)
Goku's Neighbor (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
Henry (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
James (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Junior Competitor (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Kamikaze Ghost (Vancouver dub; ep 244)
Majin Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 215)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Young Goku (Vancouver dub; ep 155)
John Burgmeier as
Inspector Dog (ep 22)
John Freeman as Vinegar
Jon Allen as Pink Hat Guy
Josh Martin as Kid Majin Buu
Justin Cook as
Super Majin Buu
Justin Pate as Captain Strong (ep 67)
Kara Edwards as
Lime (ep 170)
Kelly Sheridan as
Actress (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
B&N Clerk (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Capsule Corp Computer (Vancouver dub; ep 109)
Cleaning Lady (Vancouver dub; ep 207)
Cynthia (Vancouver dub; ep 110)
Erasa (Vancouver dub)
Jingle Villager (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Little Girl (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Loretta (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Videl's Friend (Vancouver dub; ep 194)
West Supreme Kai (Vancouver dub; ep 262)
Kent Williams as
Android 20
Baseball Player (ep 10)
Dr. Gero
Frieza Soldier (ep 58)
Kibito Kai
King Moai (Arlian; ep 11)
Old Kai
Supreme Kai of the East
Tao Pai Pai
Kimberly Grant as Ghost (ep 7)
Kirby Morrow as
Baseball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Chad (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Crane Operator (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Future Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Hostage (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
KBC Crew (Vancouver dub; ep 156)
King's Guard (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
Mascot (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Nam (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 198)
Robber (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 196)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Washing Man (Vancouver dub; ep 151)
Y. Ebisawa (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Kyle Hebert as
Appule (FUNimation re-dub)
Blueberry (eps 59-60)
Captain Chicken
Kasdan (ep 170)
King Furry
Ox King (Seasons 5)
Pikkon (Paikuhan)
Strock (ep 67)
West Kaio
Laara Sadiq as
Chi Chi (Ocean Group dub (Ep. 1-53))
Chi-Chi (Season 1-2)
Crystal (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Island Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 139)
Mother (Vancouver dub; ep 112)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Lalainia Lindbjerg as Emy (Vancouver dub; ep 29)
Laura Bailey as
Bulla (FUNimation dub) 
Dende (Young; FUNimation re-dub)
Young Goku (ep 202)
Laurie Steele as Weather Girl
Leah Clark as Maron (re-release)
Lee Tockar as
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
King's Aide (Vancouver dub; ep 161)
Moori (Vancouver dub; eps 158-291)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 164)
Pintar (Vancouver dub)
Rock (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Linda Young as
Fortune-Teller Baba (FUNimation re-dub)
Lucy Small as Pan
Lydia Mackay as Cynthia (Piccolo's Driving Instructor)
Maggie Blue O'Hara as
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Female Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Lana Yakamori (Vancouver dub; ep 178)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 171)
Mark Britten as
Burter (Season 3)
Grand Kai
Moori (Season 2-3)
Oolong (Season 3)
Ox King (Seasons 3-4)
Mark Hildreth as Zeshin (Vancouver dub)
Mark Lancaster as Namekian Warrior C (ep 70)
Markus Lloyd as Blueberry
Matt Smith as
Angela's Crush (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Baseball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Goz (Vancouver dub; ep 8)
Gunman (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Hercule's Announcer (Vancouver dub; ep 158)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
ZTV Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
ZTV Representative (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
Megan Woodall as Bulla
Melodee Lenz as Marron
Meredith McCoy as
Ena (Orphen; ep 16)
Launch (eps 11-13, 30)
Princess Snake's Maid (ep 14)
Rom (Orphen; ep 16)
Tommy (blind boy)
Merk Harbor as Frieza Soldier (ep 45)
Michael Dobson as
Banan (Vancouver dub; ep 33)
Battle Ball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 129)
Blake (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Boat Jock (Vancouver dub; ep 121)
Canadian (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
CQV Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
Eugene (Vancouver dub; ep 208)
Fleeing Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 153)
Game Poy Voice (Vancouver dub; ep 237)
KBC Crew (Vancouver dub; ep 156)
Kibito Kai (Vancouver dub)
King Cold (Westwood dub)
Lucky Foods Employee (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Mijorin (Vancouver dub)
Mummy (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Nail (Vancouver dub)
Namekian (Vancouver dub; ep 158)
Nappa (Vancouver dub)
NMT Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 128)
Old Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Otherworld Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 265)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 164)
Ryu Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Spopovich (Westwood dub)
Supreme Kai (Westwood Dub)
Ted Pinkman (Vancouver dub; ep 131)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 207)
Van Zant (Vancouver dub)
World Martial Arts Tournament Announcer (Westwood dub)
Mike Elling as Subordinate (ep 60)
Mike McFarland as
Cell Actor (K. Fujicka)
Eagle (ep 15)
Mez (FUNimation re-dub)
Saiyan (ep 17)
Moneca Stori as Mother (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Monika Antonelli as
Chiko (Orphen; ep 16)
Young Chi-Chi (ep 202)
Paul Dobson as
Atla (Vancouver dub)
Brock (Vancouver dub; Illusion Saiyan; ep 11)
Director (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Dodoria (Vancouver dub)
Dr. Brief (Vancouver dub; Season 2)
Grand Kai (Vancouver dub)
Hell Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 265)
Korin (Vancouver dub: Season 1-2)
Maraikoh (Vancouver dub)
Napple (Vancouver dub; eps 34-35)
News Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Orlen (Vancouver dub; eps 41-42)
Raiti (Vancouver dub)
Sui (Vancouver dub; ep 33)
Zarbon (Season 2)
ZTV Staff (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Paul LeBlanc as Yakon (eps 222-223)
Paulina Gillis as Dende (Season 2)
Pauline Newstone as Frieza (Season 2)
Peter Kelamis as
Cletus (Vancouver dub; ep 120)
Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 120)
Island Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 139)
Maron's Boyfriend (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Office Worker (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Young Goku (Vancouver dub; flashback)
Phil Parsons as Saiyan (ep 17)
Phillip Wilburn as Android 19
R Bruce Elliott as Raiti (FUNimation re-dub)
Richard Newman as
Army Captain (Vancouver dub; ep 236)
Banan (Vancouver dub; ep 33)
Blue Suit Man (Vancouver dub; ep 227)
Captain Chicken (Vancouver dub)
Captian Ginyu (Season 2)
Cell Junior (Vancouver dub)
Cell's Victim (Vancouver dub; ep 132)
Check-In Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 234)
CQV Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
Fleeing Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 153)
Jingle Village Elder (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
King Furry (Vancouver dub)
King's General (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
Namekian (Vancouver dub; ep 158)
Oolong (Vancouver dub; eps 108-276)
Parsley City Geezer (Vancouver dub; ep 179)
Pete's Manager (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Porunga (Vancouver dub)
Radio Announcer (Vancouver dub; ep 237)
Reggie (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 198)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 199)
TV Voice (Vancouver dub; ep 179)
Vodka's Bodyguard (Vancouver dub; ep 159)
WHN Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Rick Robertson as Olibu
Robert McCollum as Boon (ep 40)
Robert O. Smith as Guru (Vancouver dub)
Saffron Henderson as
Aerobics Woman (Vancouver dub; ep 112)
Cell's Victim (Vancouver dub; ep 132)
Gero's Computer (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Little Girl (Vancouver dub; ep 112)
Sandra (Vancouver dub; ep 131)
Susan Jackson (Vancouver dub; ep 131)
Scott McNeil as
Army Pilot (Vancouver dub; ep 236)
Assistant Director (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Battle Ball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 129)
Big Boomer (Vancouver dub; ep 196)
Caroni (Vancouver dub)
Cowboy Store Owner (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
Dabura (Vancouver dub)
Daikaioh (Vancouver dub; ep 262)
Dinosaurs (Vancouver dub; ep 191)
Dr. Briefs (Westwood Dub)
Elder Kai (Westwood Dub)
Farmer with Shotgun
Fireman (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Froug (Vancouver dub)
General Tao (Vancouver dub)
Gunman (Vancouver dub; ep 131)
Gym Coach (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Handsome Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 194)
Island Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 139)
Jeice (Vancouver dub)
Jimbo (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Junior Competitor (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
K. Fujicka (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
KBC Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 156)
Kilah (Westwood Dub)
King Kai (Vancouver dub; ep 231)
King Piccolo (Vancouver dub; flashback)
Lance Boyle (Vancouver dub; ep 131)
Lizard (Vancouver dub; ep 191)
Majin Buu (Vancouver dub)
Major Metallitron (Vancouver dub; ep 113)
Mez (Vancouver dub; eps 108-276)
Mokey (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Moori (Vancouver dub; ep 144)
Muscle Man (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Musuka (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Namekian (Vancouver dub; ep 175)
NBS Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 112)
Nickytown Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 130)
Ogre Watchman (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
One-Eyed Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Otis (Vancouver dub; 120)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 171)
Posse Member (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Pterodactyl (Vancouver dub; ep 178)
Raspberry (Vancouver dub; ep 47)
Reckless Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Red Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Red Ribbon Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 113)
Red Shark Thug (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Soul (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
South Kai (Vancouver dub)
South Supreme Kai (Vancouver dub; ep 262)
Staff Officer Black (Vancouver dub; ep 113)
Toad Warrior (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 196)
Turtle (Season 1-2)
Wild Tiger (Vancouver dub)
ZTV Staff (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Sean Schemmel as
Goku Actor
Sean Teague as Uub
Sean Whitley as Jewel
Shane Ray as Gohan (Ape; ep 35)
Shea Imboden as Gunman (Cell saga)
Sonny Strait as
Bardock (Flashback; ep 86)
Goose (ep 67)
Hatch (Orphen; ep 16)
Oggers (ep 67)
Street Cleaner (ep 12)
TV Guy
Wild Tiger
Stephanie Nadolny as
Baby Trunks
Computer Voice
Director (ep 6)
East Kai
German English Teacher
Idaasa and Ikose's Mother
Kid Goku (flashbacks)
West Supreme Kai
Steven Walters as News Reporter (Funimation re-dub)
Tabitha St. Germain as
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
Dende (Vancouver dub)
Gotenks (Vancouver dub)
Groupie (Vancouver dub; ep 232)
Hostage (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Person (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
ZZTV Receptionist (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Ted Cole as
Android 17 (Vancouver dub)
Army Colonel (Vancouver dub; ep 237)
B&N Clerk (Vancouver dub; ep 272)
Boat Passenger (Vancouver dub; ep 236)
Commander Red (Vancouver dub; ep 113)
Cop (Vancouver dub; ep 202)
CQV Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 120)
Giron (Vancouver dub)
James' Opponent (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Jewel (Vancouver dub)
King's Guard (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
Korin (Vancouver dub; eps 126-276)
Majin Soldier (Vancouver dub; ep 215)
Man with Axe (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Mustached Man (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Namekian (Vancouver dub; ep 158)
Namole (Vancouver dub; ep 45)
Preliminary Referee (Vancouver dub)
Pui Pui (Vancouver dub)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
Shepard (Vancouver dub; ep 120)
Smitty (Vancouver dub)
Tournament Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 204)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 195)
Walter (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
ZZTV Cameraman (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Terry Klassen as
Appule (Vancouver dub)
Babidi (Vancouver dub)
Baseball Player (Vancouver dub; ep 185)
Bibidi (Vancouver dub; ep 262)
Bora (Vancouver dub; ep 270)
Caterpy (Vancouver dub)
Cell Junior (Vancouver dub)
Chapuchai (Vancouver dub)
Chobi (Vancouver dub; ep 189)
Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 187)
CQV Anchor (Vancouver dub; ep 126)
Deputy (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
East Galaxy Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 181)
Farmer (Vancouver dub; ep 190)
Father (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Fly Boarder (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
FST Voice (Vancouver dub; ep 142)
Gas Station Attendant (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Goku's Neighbor (Vancouver dub; ep 165)
Grandpa Gohan (Vancouver dub; Saiyan saga)
Guldo (Vancouver dub)
Gunman (Vancouver dub; ep 149)
Gym Trainer (Vancouver dub; ep 108)
Happy Faces (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
Hat Man (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Hijacker (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Hostage (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Ikose (Vancouver dub)
Island Citizen (Vancouver dub; ep 139)
Jimmy Firecracker / ZTV Announcer (Vancouver dub)
King Vegeta (Vancouver dub; ep 109)
King's Guard (Vancouver dub; ep 157)
Lucky Foods Employee (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Malaka (Doctor; Vancouver dub)
Maron's Boyfriend (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Megaphone Ogre (Vancouver dub; ep 180)
Mighty Mask (Vancouver dub)
Mushroom Announcer (Vancouver dub)
Mustached Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 181)
Office Worker (Vancouver dub; ep 111)
Paper Clip Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 120)
Reckless Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Red Shark Thug (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 200)
Science Teacher (Vancouver dub; ep 186)
Sheriff (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Slimjim (Vancouver dub; ep 188)
Spared Man (Vancouver dub; ep 133)
Toad Warrior (Vancouver dub; ep 123)
Tommy (Vancouver dub; ep 122)
Tournament Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 196)
Turtle (Vancouver dub; eps 121-276)
Viewer (Vancouver dub; ep 160)
Weatherman (Vancouver dub; ep 152)
West Kai (Vancouver dub)
ZTV Representative (Vancouver dub; ep 164)
ZTV Staff (Vancouver dub; ep 197)
Tiffany Vollmer as Groupie (ep 247)
Tony Sampson as Pigero (Vancouver dub)
Travis Willingham as
Bartender (ep 30)
Namekian Warrior
Troy Baker as Frieza Soldier (ep 42)
Troy Williams as Frieza Soldier (ep 45)
Tyler Walker as Dog Face
Ward Perry as
Kami (Vancouver dub; Season 2)
King Yemma (Vancouver dub; eps 1-53)
Will Harper as Troll Boy
Willow Johnson as
Cake Shop Employee (Vancouver dub; ep 226)
Mrs. Brief (Vancouver dub; Majin Buu saga)
Sweet Girl (Vancouver dub; ep 227)

Brandon Bristow (Re-Recording)
French Tickner (Season 1)
Lucy Small (Funimation dub)
Nicole Leigh (FUNimation)
Robert Colin (FUNimation dub)
English companies
Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network India
Nippon Golden Network (subbed, Hawaii; Broadcast w\ JP dialogue\Eng. subtitles, circa early-mid 90s, 1-94 only)
Okto (Singapore - as Kids Central)
Teletoon (Canada)
Ten Network Australia (Free-To-Air TV)
TVB Pearl (subtitled)
Distributor: Madman Entertainment (Australia)
Music Production: FUNimation Entertainment
Post Production: FUNimation Entertainment
Re-Recording Mixing: CakeMix Recording (Season 3 and 4)
Recording Studio (Vancouver Dub): Westwood Studios (Euro/Canadian Dub.)
Korean staff
Korean cast
Hwan-Jin Kim as Son Goku (1st Voice)
Jang Kim as Son Gohan (Teen)
Jeong-Ae Kim as Son Gohan (Child, 2nd Voice)
Ji-Yeong Lee as Son Gohan (Child, 4th Voice)
Lee Mija as Son Gohan (Child, 3rd Voice)
Mi-Suk Jeong as Son Gohan (Child, SBS Dub)
Su-Jin Gang as Son Goku (SBS Dub)

An Gyeongjin as Krillin (1st Voice)
Chae-Eon Han as Trunks (Child)
Gyeong-Hye Park as Android No. 18 (2nd Voice)
Hwan-Jin Kim as Vegeta (1st Voice)
Im Seongpyo as Majin Buu (1st Voice)
Jeon-A Son as Son Goten (Child, 1st Voice)
Jeong Seonhye as Son Goten (Child, 2nd Voice)
Jeong-Ho Kim as Piccolo (1st Voice)
Lee Jaemyeong as Frieza (SBS Dub)
Lee Jinhwa as Android No. 18 (1st Voice)
Lee Seonho as Krillin (2nd Voice)
Min-Seok Kim as Vegeta (2nd Voice)
Mun-Ja Choi as
Frieza (2nd Voice)
Trunks (Adult, 1st Voice)
Park Gyuwung as Piccolo (2nd Voice)
Park Seongtae as Son Goten (Teen)
Seok-Pil Choi as Cell
Seung-Uk Jeong as Piccolo (3rd Voice)
Won-Hyeong Choi as Trunks (Adult, 2nd Voice)
Yeong-Jun Si as Mr. Satan (2nd Voice)
Yong-Wu Sin as Majin Buu (2nd Voice)
Yu Jesang as Mr. Satan (Video Dub)

Choi Seunghun as Kaioushin (2nd Voice)
Dong-Gyun Yu as Guide (SBS Dub)
Gu-Han Gang as Ginyu (SBS Dub)
Gwan-Cheol Kim as Raditz (1st Voice)
Han Sanghyeok as King Cold
In-Seong Lee as
Gregory (SBS Dub)
Kamesennin (SBS Dub)
Recoome (SBS Dub)
Jae-Yong Lee as Tenshinhan (SBS Dub)
Jong-Hwan Son as Babidi
Lee Jangwon as
Narrator (SBS Dub)
Lee Seonho as Oolong (SBS Dub)
Min No as North Kaiou (SBS Dub)
Min-Seok Kim as Raditz (2nd Voice)
Mun-Ja Choi as
Android No. 17 (1st Voice)
Kaioushin (1st Voice)
Seok-Pil Choi as Darbura
Seol Yeongbeom as Dr. Gero (2nd Voice)
So-Hyeong Kim as Ginyu (2nd Voice)
Won Hwang as Old Kaioushin (2nd Voice)
Won-Hyeong Choi as Jeice (SBS Dub)
Yeong-Seon Kim as Android No. 17 (2nd Voice)
Yong-Sin Lee as Dende
Yu Jesang as
Dr. Gero (1st Voice)
Old Kaioushin (1st Voice)

Yun Gihwang (SBS Dub)
Korean companies
French staff
French cast
ADR Director: Pierre Trabaud

Theme Song Performance: Ariane
Alain Flick as Goku (remplacant dans la salle)
Mark Lesser as
Adult Gohan
Sangohan (adult)
Patrick Borg as Goku

Brigitte Lecordier as
Gohan (enfant)
Goten (enfant)
Celine Monsarrat as
Chi Chi
Claude Chantal as Krilin
David Lesser as Goten (adult)
Eric Legrand as
Frédéric Bouraly as Vegeta (Second Voice)
Georges Lycan as Cell
Georges Lykan as Cell
Mark Lesser as Trunks (adulte)
Philippe Ariotti as Piccolo
William Coryn as
Trunks (Second voice)
Vegeta (Third voice)

Anabelle Roux as Videl, Goten (remplacement)
Antoine Nouel as
C-17 (remplacant)
Son Goku (substitution; eps 160-163)
Brigitte Lecordier as
Trunks (enfant)
Celine Monsarrat as Chaoz
Claude Chantal as
Dendee (enfant)
Trunks (enfant ; 1éres apparitions)
Damien Boisseau as C.17 (eps 137-138)
David Lesser as Oub
Eric Legrand as
Dendee (adulte)
Garlic Jr
Tournament Announcer
Francine Laine as Krilin
Frédéric Bouraly as
Georges Atlas as
Nappa, premier narrateur
Ten-shin-Han (1ère voix)
Georges Lycan as
Chef des forces spéciales
Ten-shin-han (2ème voix)
Georges Lykan as Narrateur
Gérard Surugue as Raditz
Henry Djanick as Peperoni, Shenron
Henry Djanik as Peperoni
Jackie Berger as Child Gohan (substitution)
Jane Val as Krilin (substitution; eps 11-16)
Jean-Claude Montalban as Yamcha (substitution; eps 11-12)
Julie Turin as Pan
Patrick Borg as
Philippe Ariotti as
Pierre Trabaud as
Doyen des Dieux
Tortue Géniale
Stéphanie Murat as Bulma, Chichi (voix de remplacement)
Thierry Bourdon as C-17 (Android 17)
Thierry Redler as Sangoku (eps 1-10)
Virginie Ogouz as Marlène

French companies
ADR Production: SOFI
AB 1 (from 1999 & 2002)
AB Cartoons (from 1996)
Direct Star (From 2 January 2012)
Game one (From 3 January 2011)
Teletoon (Quebec)
TMC (from September 1996)
TQS (Quebec)
Distributor: AB distribution
Home Distributor: Imavision (Canada)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director:
Gloria Rocha (Latin America)
Joan Pera (Catalan dub)
Mario Castañeda (Latin America)
Translation: Jesús Vallejo

Music Director: Loretta Santini (Latin America)
Recording engineer: Arturo Velez (Latin America)
Screen Inserts: José Lavat (Latin American dub)
Script Adaptation: Brenda Nava
Theme Song Performance:
Adrián Barba (OP2 & ED2, Latin America dub)
Manel Català (OP 1, 2, Catalan dub)
Marisa De Lille (ED1, Latin America)
Montse Anfruns (ED, Valencian dub)
Ricardo Silva (OP 1, Latin America dub)
Adolfo Martínez as Son Goku (Spain dub)
Antón Rubal as Son Goku (2nd voice; Galician Dub)
Aureli Delgado as Cor Menut ´Piccolo Jr´ (Valencian dub)
Carles Montoliu as Trunks (Valencian dub)
Enrique Hernández as Son Gohan (2a veu; Catalan Dub)
Ignasi Díaz as Gohan adult (Valencian dub)
Joel Mulachs as Son Gohan (Catalan dub)
Joseba Etxebarría as Son Goku (Basque Dub)
Julio Lorenzo as Son Goku (Galician dub)
Marc Zanni as Son Goku (Catalan dub)
María Giner as Son Gohan (Namek saga) (Valencian dub)
Mario Castañeda as Goku, Bardock
Marta Calvo as Son Gohan (Catalan dub, 2nd voice)
Marti Pich as Son Goku (Valencian dub)
Miry Giner as Son Gohan (Valencian dub)
Roser Aldabó as Son Gohan (adolescent) (Catalan dub)
Xeve Atencia as Son Gohan (Basque Dub)

Adolfo Martínez as Yamcha (Spain dub)
Alazne Erdozia as Krillin (2nd voice; Basque Dub)
Alba Sola as A-18 (Catalan dub)
Alberto Hidalgo as Vegeta (Spain dub ; sustitucion)
Aleix Estadella as Trunks (Catalan dub)
Alejandro Albaiceta as
Son Gohan (Joven) (Spain dub)
Vegeta (Spain dub)
Alfonso Agra as Yamcha (1st voice; Galician Dub)
Ana Cremades as Son Gohan (Nino) (Spain dub)
Ana Fernández as
C-18 (Spain dub)
Son Goten (Nino) (Spain dub)
Ana Lemos as Bulma (1st voice; Galician Dub)
Ana Lupe as Bulma (Basque Dub)
Ana Ouro as Bulma (3rd voice; Galician Dub)
Angeles Neira as Krilin (Spain dub)
Arturo Mercado as Yamcha, Karin, Zarbon
Carola Vazquez as Videl
Cris Camargo as Android 18
Daniel Palacios as Ten Shin Han (Spain dub)
Eba Ojanguren as Son Goten (Basque Dub)
Eduardo Garza as Krillin (until Cell saga)
Elisabet Bargalló as Son Goten (Catalan dub)
Enrique Cervantes as Android 16
Eva Lluch as Videl Satan (Catalan dub)
Félix Arkarazo as Vegeta (Basque Dub)
Francesc Anyo as Vegeta (Valencian dub)
Gabriela Willert as Trunks
Isabel Muntaner as Chichi (Catalan dub, 2nd voice)
Ismael Larumbe as Tenshinhan
Jesus Collin as Master Roshi
Joan Pera as Ten Shin Han (Catalan dub)
Joan Sanz as Vegeta (Catalan dub)
Joan Pau Piqué as Sr. Satan (Catalan dub)
Jordi Hurtado as Ten Shin Han (Catalan dub, 2nd voice)
Jorge García Tomé as Mr Satan (Spain dub)
Jorge Roig as Gohan (Goku's grandfather)
José Luis Valero as Freezer (Valencian dub)
Joxe Felipe Auzmendi as Freezer (Basque Dub)
Julia Oliva as Chichi (Spain dub)
Kepa Cueto as Ten Shin Han (Basque Dub)
Luis Alfonso Mendoza as Gohan (teen)
Luis Daniel Ramirez as Krillin
Luis Fernando Ríos as
Piccolo Jr (Spain dub)
Trunks (Spain dub)
María Del Pilar Valdés as Trunks (Nino) (Spain dub)
Maria Lluïsa Maganya as Chichi (Catalan dub)
Maria Rosa Guillén as Videl (2a veu; Catalan Dub)
Mariano Fraile as Chaos (Spain dub)
Mariano Peña as Mutenroshi (Spain dub)
Mariasun Iturriagago as Chichi (Basque Dub; eps 271-291)
Marta Barbará as Krilin (Catalan dub)
Mercedes Hoyos as Videl (Spain dub)
Mikel Apaolaza as Satan Txiki (Piccolo Jr; Basque Dub)
Mikel Martinez as Krillin (1st voice; Basque Dub)
Montse Anfruns as C-18 (Valencian dub)
Nonia De La Gala as Bulma (Spain dub)
Oscar Muñoz as Yamsha (Catalan dub)
Patricia Acevedo as
Pilar Morales as A-18 (Catalan dub, 2nd voice)
Raúl Llorens as Satanas Cor Petit Jr. (Catalan dub, 2nd voice)
Rene Garcia as Vegeta
Rosa López as Videl (Valencian dub)
Roser Contreras as Bulma (Catalan dub)
Rossy Aguirre as Krillin (until ep 54)
Tere Jaio as Videl (Basque Dub)
Teresa Eguzkiza as
Trunks (Child; Basque Dub)
Zibor 18 (Basque Dub)
Txomin Madariaga as Ulong (Basque Dub)
Vicens Manuel Doménech as Follet Tortuga 'Mutenroshi' (Catalan dub)
Victor Ugarte as Goten (Teen)
Xavier Fernández as Satanas Cor Petit Jr. (Catalan dub)
Xeberri Castillo as Yamcha (Basque Dub)

Abel Rocha as
Enma Daiou
Shen Long
Aitor Larrañaga as
Babidi (Basque Dub)
Kahioshin agurea (Elder Kaioh Shin; Basque Dub)
Alazne Erdozia as Dodoria (Basque Dub)
Albert Forner as King Cold (Valencian dub)
Albert Trifol Segarra as Zeshun (Catalan Dub)
Alberto Hidalgo as
Antiguo Kaioh Shin (Spain dub)
Bubbles (Spain dub)
Gozu (Demonio azul) (Spain dub)
Umigame la tortuga (Spain dub)
Aleix Estadella as
Deu Neptú (Catalan dub)
Gasshu (Catalan Dub)
Zarbon (Catalan dub)
Alejandro Albaiceta as Paikuhan (Spain dub)
Alejo De La Fuente as
C-19 (Spain dub)
Celula (Spain dub)
Nail (Spain dub)
Alfonso Agra as
Babidi (Galician Dub)
Dr. Brief (1st voice; Galician Dub)
Alfred Pico as
Nail (Valencian dub)
Paikuan (Valencian dub)
Amadeu Aguado as
Binega (Catalan Dub)
Bora (Catalan Dub; ep 285)
Ghourd (Catalan dub)
Granota (Catalan Dub; ep 197)
Gyumaoh (Catalan Dub; ep 248)
Judge Enma (saga d'en Bu; Catalan Dub)
Nappa (Catalan dub)
Tao Pai Pai (Catalan dub)
Ana Fernández as
Marron (Spain dub)
Pan (Nina) (Spain dub)
Puar (Spain dub)
Son Gohan (Nino) (Spain dub ; sustitucion)
Angel Corpa as
Dabra (Spain dub)
Freezer (Spain dub)
Juez Enma Daioh (Spain dub)
Nappa (Spain dub)
Ángel Manuel Pérez as Soldado de Freezer (Spain dub)
Angela Villanueva as Bulma's mother
Antoni Forteza as
Caroni (Catalan dub)
Monstre Bu (dolent) (Catalan dub)
Antonio Inchausti as
Mezu (Demonio rojo) (Spain dub)
Oolong (Spain dub)
Saibaiman (Spain dub)
Zabon (Spain dub ; sustitucion1)
Antonio Pujós as
Olibú (Catalan Dub; ep 278)
Vegeku (Catalan dub)
Antonio Villar as
Ghourd (Spain dub)
Kiwi (Spain dub)
Presentador de Gran Torneo (Spain dub)
Araceli de Leon as Yajirobe (until ep 54)
Armando Réndiz as Gran Patriarca
Arturo Casanova as King Vegeta
Aureli Delgado as Cheese (Valencian dub)
Belinda Martinez as Maron
Carles Canut as A-19 (Catalan dub)
Carlos Di Blasi as Paikuhan (Catalan Dub; ep 278)
Carlos Segundo as Piccolo, Kami, Mr. Popo
Carme Capdet as Lunch (Catalan dub)
Carmen Calvell as Trunks (2a veu; Catalan Dub)
Carmen Prats as Baba (Spain dub)
Carola Vasquez as Videl Satan
César Soto as
Captain Ginyu
Circe Luna as Pan
Cristina Hernandez as Marron
Daniel Palacios as
Butta (Spain dub)
Buu (Spain dub)
Spopovitch (Spain dub)
Diego Braguinski as C-17 sust (Valencian dub)
Edu Borja as
Monstre Bu (Valencian dub)
Rey Kai (Valencian dub)
Edu Zamanillo as Kaito (Valencian dub)
Eduard Farelo as Ginew (Catalan dub)
Elisabet Bargalló as Marron (Catalan dub)
Enric Arquimbau as Deu Neptú del Sud (Catalan Dub)
Enric Benavent as
Dodoria (Valencian dub)
Locutor ZTV (Valencian dub)
Enric Isasi-Isasmendi as
Arqua (Catalan Dub; ep 197)
Narrador (Catalan dub)
Enric Puig as
Butter (Valencian dub)
Yamsha (Valencian dub)
Enric Serra Frediani as
Bora (Catalan dub; ep 13)
Dabra (Catalan dub)
Enrique Rodriguez as
C-17 (Spain dub; sustitución)
Francotirador rubio (Spain dub)
Macarroni (Spain dub)
Presentador Tenkaichi Budokai (Spain dub; sustitución)
Eva Lluch as Lime (Catalan Dub; ep 173)
Eva Giner as Dende (Valencian dub)
Felip Bau as Celula (Valencian dub)
Félix Arkarazo as
Majin Boo (Evil; 1st voice; Basque Dub)
Vegeku (Basque Dub)
Félix Benito as Totpoderós (Catalan dub)
Ferran Llavina as
Dr. Briefs (Catalan dub)
Gran Rei Kaito (Catalan dub)
Francesc Alborch as
Babidi (Catalan dub)
Bibidi (Catalan Dub; ep 277)
Garlick Junior (Catalan Dub)
Oruga (Catalan Dub; ep 196)
Francesc Fenollosa as
C-16 (Valencian dub)
C-19 (Valencian dub)
Ginew (Valencian dub)
Zarbon (Valencian dub)
Francisco Javier Pombo as
Butter (Basque Dub)
Kaito (Basque Dub)
Gabriel Pingarron as Dabura
Gabriela Willbert as Trunks (Child)
Gal Soler as
Rei Vegeta (Catalan Dub)
Senyor Popo (Catalan dub)
Gemma Ibáñez as Yajirobai (Catalan dub, 3rd voice)
Genaro Vasquez as Android 17
Gerardo Reyero as Freeza, Mez
Gonzalo Faílde as Freezer (Galician Dub)
Hector Navarro as Amigo Videl (Valencian dub)
Humberto Solorzano as Raditz
Inmaculada Font as Dende Nino (Spain dub)
Irwin Daayan as Dende
Jaime Jimenez Velazquez as Oolong (Spain dub)
Jaione Insausti as Oob (Basque Dub)
Jaume Mallofre as
Cèl·lula (Catalan dub)
Guardià de l'infern (Catalan dub; ep 13)
Recoome (Catalan dub)
Spopovitch (Catalan Dub)
Tard (Catalan Dub)
Yakon (Catalan Dub)
Zaacro, el fals namekià (Catalan Dub)
Javier Ramero as Gregory
Javier Del Río as
C-20 (Spain dub)
Kaioh del Sur (Spain dub)
Kibito (Spain dub)
Mokekko (Spain dub)
Rey Cold (Spain dub)
Jesús Prieto as Yakon (Spain dub)
Joan Pera as
Raditz (Catalan dub)
Robot (Catalan dub; ep 9)
Joan Pau Piqué as Olibu (Catalan Dub; eps 195-200)
Joaquim Sota as
A-17 (Catalan dub)
Antic Deu Neptú (Catalan dub)
Reporter Joc d'en Cèl·lula (Catalan dub)
Jon Ander Alberdi as Cell (Basque Dub)
Jordi Dauder as A-20/Dr. Gero (Catalan dub)
Jordi Vila as
Bourbon (Catalan Dub; ep 173)
Cuc Intestinal pare (Catalan Dub)
Dodoria (Catalan dub)
Guardià de l'infern (Catalan dub; ep 13)
Monstre Bu (Catalan dub)
Pirosky (Catalan dub)
Raiti, el fals namekià. (Catalan Dub)
Rei de l'oest (Catalan dub)
Zold (Catalan Dub)
Jordi Vilaseca as Freezer (Catalan dub)
Jorge García Tomé as
Babidi (Spain dub)
Bibidi (Spain dub)
Ginyuu (Spain dub)
Rey Vegeta (Spain dub)
José Lavat as DBZ narrator
José Antonio Gavira Cortés as
Bardock , Padre de Goku (Spain dub)
Raditz (Spain dub)
Recoome (Spain dub)
Son Goku (Spain dub ; sustitucion 1)
José Félix Pons as Locutor del Torneig (Saga d'en Bu; Catalan Dub)
Jose Luis Castañeda as Dr. Gero, Nappa, Burter, King Cold, Goz
José Luis Valero as Raditz (Valencian dub)
José Manuel Casany as Piroski (Valencian dub; Valencian dub)
José Manuel Seda as Zabon (Spain dub ; sustitucion 2)
Josep Maria Mas as
Franctirador (Catalan Dub)
Músculs/Sharpner (Catalan Dub)
Oni Yama (Catalan Dub; ep 195)
Joxe Felipe Auzmendi as
Garlick Gazte (Basque Dub)
Zibor 16 (Basque Dub)
Juan Fernández as
C-16 (Spain dub)
C-20 (Spain dub ; sustitucion)
Dragon Shenron (Spain dub)
Gyumaoh (Spain dub)
Porunga (Spain dub)
Juan Martin Goiricelaya as Neptuno erregea/Kaiho-shin (2n voice; Basque Dub)
Juan Ramón Fernández de Castro as
Majin Boo (Evil; 2nd voice; Basque Dub)
Nappa (Basque Dub)
Julia Sorli as
C-17 (Valencian dub)
Maron (Valencian dub)
Kepa Cueto as Dabra (Basque Dub)
Laura Torres as Gohan (child), Goten (Child)
Lluís Marrasé as
Xaos (Catalan dub)
Yamsha (Catalan dub; 2nd voice)
Lola Alvarez as Marron (Krillin's girlfriend; Spain Dub)
Luis Daniel Ramirez as Yajirobe (rest of the series)
Luisita Soler as
Emi (Catalan Dub)
Puar (Catalan dub)
Manel Català as
Gyumaoh (Catalan dub)
Home més ric de Ginger (Catalan Dub; ep 142)
Jutge Emma (Catalan dub)
Muri (Catalan Dub; ep 159)
Rei Cold (Catalan Dub)
Venerable Ancià de Namek (Catalan Dub)
Mañu Elizondo as
Ahalguztiduna (Kami-sama; Basque Dub)
Bardock (Basque Dub)
Bui (Kiwi; Basque Dub)
Gero Doktorea (Basque Dub)
Ginew (Basque Dub)
Kibito (Basque Dub)
Pui-Pui (Basque Dub)
Raditz (Basque Dub)
Telebistako erreportaria (Cell Games Reporter; Basque Dub)
Manuel Fernández as
C-17 (Spain dub)
Gregory (Spain dub)
Jees (Spain dub)
Sr Popo (Spain dub)
Tao Pai Pai (Spain dub)
Zabon (Spain dub)
Maria Moscardó as Yajirobai (Catalan dub; ep 17)
María Dolores Seco as Lunch (Spain dub)
María Giner as Son Goten (Valencian dub)
María Peris as Chaos (Valencian dub)
Mariano Fraile as Dr Brief (Spain dub)
Mariano Peña as
Dai Kaioh Sama (Spain dub)
Freezer (Spain dub ; sustitucion)
Juan Enma Daioh (Spain dub ; sustitucion)
Mariasun Iturriagago as Pan (Basque Dub; eps 289-291)
Mario Sauret as
Majin Boo
Ox Satan
Marta Calvo as
Trunks (petit) (Catalan dub)
Yajirobai (Catalan dub; eps 1-16)
Marta Covas as
Nen Cec (Catalan dub)
Uub (Catalan dub)
Martín Mendizábal as
C-17 (Bu saga; Galician Dub)
Cui (Galician Dub)
Deus de Neptuno (Galician Dub)
Garlic Jr (Galician Dub)
Guldo (Galician Dub)
Mauro Rivera as
Dodoria (Spain dub)
Kaioh Sama "Kaito" (Spain dub)
Mercedes Hoyos as
Gotrenks (Spain dub)
Madre de Bulma (Spain dub)
Oob (Nino) (Spain dub)
Meritxell Ané as
Deesa Neptú de l'Oest (Catalan Dub)
Pan (Catalan dub)
Miguel Ángel Montero as
Son Goku (Spain dub ; sustitucion 2)
Vegetto (Spain dub)
Miquel Bonet as
Gregory (Catalan dub)
Oolong (Catalan dub)
Monica Manjarrez as Bulma (rest of the series)
Montse Anfruns as Gregory (Valencian dub)
Nonia De La Gala as Bra (Spain dub)
Norbert Ibero as Freezer (Catalan Dub; ep 195)
Oriol Rafel as A-16 (Catalan dub)
Óscar Torres as Namekiano 2 (Spain dub; ep 70)
Paco Cardona as Kaioh Shin (Spain dub)
Pep Ribas as
Burtta (Catalan dub)
Pui Pui (Catalan Dub)
Pilar Almería as Pizza (Valencian dub)
Pilar Morales as
Lisa (Catalan dub)
Mare de la Bulma (2a veu; Catalan Dub)
Pizza (Catalan Dub)
Quino Pellon as Gasshu (Spain dub)
Rafa Torres as
Shapner (Spain Dub)
Trunks (Spain Dub; sustitución)
Ramón Hernández as
Dende (jove) (Catalan dub)
Paikuhan (Catalan Dub; eps 195-200)
Yamu (Catalan Dub)
Ramón Llenas as
Ajudant del franctirador (Catalan Dub)
Rei de l'Oest (Catalan Dub; ep 278)
Rei del Sud (Catalan dub)
Ramon Puig as Vodka (Catalan Dub; ep 174)
Ricardo Brust as Cell, Mr. Satan
Ricardo Hill as Android 19, North Kaioshin, Dr. Briefs
Roberto Sen as Mr. Satan (Cell Saga)
Rocio Garcel as Bulma (until Cell saga)
Roger Pera as Upa (Catalan dub; ep 13)
Rosa Nualart as Dende (Catalan dub)
Rosalia Baños as Kaito de l'est (Catalan Dub)
Salomo Sanjuan as
Dr. Gero (Valencian dub)
Nappa (Valencian dub)
Recoom (Valencian dub)
Salvador Delgado as Tournament Announcer, Garlic Jr
Sergio Bonilla as Future Trunks, Jeice
Sergio Capelo as
Mr. Satan (Valencian dub)
Yoghurt (Valencian dub)
Tere Jaio as
Dende (Basque Dub)
Pizza (Basque Dub)
Teresa Eguzkiza as
Ekialdeko Kaito (Eastern Kaioh; Basque Dub)
Gotrunks (Basque Dub)
Zarbon (Basque Dub)
Teresa Santamaría as Chichi (Galician Dub)
Toni Moreno as Kibito (Catalan dub)
Txomin Madariaga as
Bubbles (Basque Dub)
Gurdo (Basque Dub)
Majin Boo (Good; Basque Dub)
Zibor 17 (Basque Dub)
Zibor 19 (Basque Dub)
Vicens Manuel Doménech as Gran Rei del Cel (Catalan dub)
Vicente Martinez Barquin as C-16 (Spain dub ; sustitucion)
Xavier Cassan as
Cuc intestinal 2 (Catalan Dub)
Jeese (Catalan dub)
Nail (Catalan dub)
Xavier Fernández as
Bun (Catalan Dub)
Kiwi (Catalan dub)
Xeberri Castillo as Neptuno erregea (Kaioh Shin; Basque Dub)
Xeve Atencia as Hegoaldeko Kaito (South Kaioh; Basque Dub)
Xoán Diéguez as
Bora (Galician Dub)
Bu (evil; Galician Dub)
Kaioh do Sur (Galician Dub)
Nappa (Galician Dub)
Recoome (Galician Dub)
Spopovitch (Galician Dub)
Tou Paipai (Galician Dub)

Albert Trifol Segarra (Catalan dub)
Aleix Puiggalí (Catalan dub)
Enric Isasi-Isasmendi (Catalan dub)
Jordi Vila (Catalan dub)
Manel Català (Catalan dub)
Ramon Puig (Catalan dub)
Xavier Cassan (Catalan dub)
Xavier Fernández (Catalan dub)
Spanish companies
Audio Remastered: Candiani Studios (HD Latin America Remastered)
3xl (Spain)
America TV (Perú)
Antena 3
ATN Televisión (Colombia)
Canal Caracol (Colombia)
Canal Uno (Colombia)
Cartoon Network España (Spain)
Cartoon Network L.A.
Citytv (Colombia)
Cuatro (Spain)
Ecuavisa (Ecuador)
ETC...TV (Chile)
K3 (100%)
Magic Kids (Argentina)
Megavision (Chile)
RedTelesistema (Ecuador)
Telefe (Argentina)
Telefe Argentina
Telemundo (USA)
Televisa Canal 5 (Mexico)
TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
TVX (El Salvador)
Unicable (Mexico)
Cloverway (Latin America)
Toei Animation Inc Latin America (Since 2006)
Alta Frecuencia (Spain)
Candiani Studios (New Dub re-takes HD Latin America Remastered)
Intertrack S.A. de C.V. Mexico (Latin America)
Dubbing Studio: Tramontana (Catalan dub)
DVD Distribution:
Edisur (Chile FUNimation Orange Bricks)
On Screen Films (Region 4, Latin America)
Paramount Home Entertainment (Region 4, Latin America)
Selecta Visión
DVD Production: FUNimation Entertainment (Region 4, Latin America)
Internet Streaming: Citytv (Colombia)
Licensed by: Silmax (Argentina)
Sales Manager: Toei Animation Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Maurizio Torresan
Translation: Stefano Di Modugno

Theme Song Composition: Max Longhi
Theme Song Lyrics: Alessandra Valeri Manera
Theme Song Performance: Giorgio Vanni
Video Post-Production:
Ignazio Giardina
Tiziano Pellegris
Alberto Olivero as Junior (Piccolo)
Davide Garbolino as Gohan da Ragazzo
Emanuela Pacotto as Bulma
Mario Scarabelli as Genio delle Tartarughe (Muten)
Paolo Torrisi as Goku da Adulto
Patrizia Scianca as
Son Gohan (bambino)
Son Goku (bambino)
Son Goten (bambino)

Alfredo Danti as Moori
Cinzia Massironi as Videl
Dania Cericola as Jirobay (Yajirobei)
Diego Sabre as Yamcha
Gianluca Iacono as Vegeta
Giovanni Battezzato as Drago Shenron (Shen Long)
Patrizio Prata as Goten da Ragazzo
Sergio Romanò as Appule
Simone D'Andrea as Trunks (del futuro)

Antonio Paiola as Padre di Bulma
Cesare Rasini as Re Kaioh
Cinzia Massironi as Laura (Lunch)
Ciro Imparato as Anziano Saggio
Claudio Moneta as
Telecronista dei Tornei
Claudio Ridolfo as Tensing (Tenshinhan)
Daniela Fava as Marion
Debora Magnaghi as C-18
Diego Sabre as Nonno Gohan (Flashback; ep 32)
Elda Olivieri as Principessa Sissi
Enrico Bertorelli as
Robot (ep 9)
Fabio Mazzari as C-19
Federica Valenti as Dende da Bambino
Flavio Arras as Mr. Popo
Gianfranco Gamba as Freezer
Giorgio Bonino as
Radish (Raditz)
Giuseppe Calvetti as Dende da Ragazzo
Graziella Porta as Madre di Bulma
Lara Parmiani as
Puar (Pual)
Reef (Jiaozi)
Luca Bottale as Dodoria
Luca Sandri as Gis (Jeeth) della squadra Giniu
Luigi Scribani as Crilin (eps 204-291)
Marcella Silvestri as Crilin (eps 1-199)
Marco Balzarotti as
Giniu (Ginew)
Telecronista del Cell Game
Marco Pagani as Darbula
Mario Scarabelli as Voce Narrante
Mario Zucca as Supremo (Kami)
Maurizio Scattorin as Kaioshin Il Sommo
Maurizio Trombini as
Guldo della squadra Giniu
Re Kaul
Monica Bonetto as
Trunks da Bambino
Oliviero Corbetta as
C-20 / Dottor Gelo
Paolo Sesana as Paikuhan
Paolo Torrisi as Vegekou (Vegeth)
Patrizia Mottola as
Ub da Bambino
Patrizio Prata as C-17
Pietro Ubaldi as
Balzar (Karin)
Pino Pirovano as Kyuui
Riccardo Lombardo as
Mr. Satan
Riccardo Peroni as Oscar (Oolong)
Riccardo Rovatti as Majinbu
Roberto Colombo as
Re del Mondo
Sergio Romano' as Barter (Butter) della squadra Giniu
Stefano Albertini as Recom della squadra Giniu
Tony Fuochi as
Juma (Gyuu Mao)
Vittorio Bestoso as Re Yammer (Enma Daioh)
Italian companies
Boing (from June 2013)
Hiro (from June 2011)
Italia 1 (from 2000)
Italia 2 (from 30 June 2014)
Italia Teen Television (from 1 october 2003)
DeAgostini (VHS & DVD)
Dynamic Italia (VHS)
Yamato Video (Italy)
Translation: C.I.T.I.
German staff
German cast
Song Producer: Andy Knote (OP, ED, Inserts, CDs)
Theme Song Performance:
Frank Schindel (ED 'Engel')
Fred Röttcher (OP 'Chala Head Chala')
Joseph Rebling as Son Goku (Child)
Marius Claren as Son Goten (Teenager)
Ricardo Richter as Son Goten (Child)
Robin Kahnmeyer as Son Gohan (Teenager)
Sandro Blümel as Son Gohan (Child)
Tommy Morgenstern as Son Goku

Anna Carlsson as Videl
David Nathan as Piccolo
Julia Ziffer as ChiChi
Julien Haggege as Tenshinhan
Karl Schulz as Muten Roshi
Karlo Hackenberger as Yamcha
Oliver Siebeck as Vegeta (2nd voice)
Santiago Ziesmer as Vegeta (1st voice; First Voice)
Sebastian Schulz as Mirai Trunks
Wanja Gerick as Krillin

Achim Kaps as Mustard
Andreas Hosang as Gash
Andreas Thieck as König Vegeta
Angela Ringer as Ms.Briefs
Barbara Ratthey as Kame
Bea Tober as Trunks (Baby)
Bernd Schramm as Kibito
Bernd Vollbrecht as Fusion Kaioshin
Bernhard Völger as Oolong
Bodo Wolf as
Carsten Otto as Oob
Christin Marquitan as Schlangenkönigin (ep 14)
Eberhard Prüter as Yajirobe
Erich Räuker as Captain Ginyu
Franz Josef Steffens as King Cold 
Gerald Paradies as Nappa
Gerald Schaale as Batta
Gerhard Paul as Dr.Gero
Hans Hohlbein as Kaioshin
Hans-Jürgen Wolf as Meister Karin
Helmut Gauß as Dodoria
Ilona Otto as Maron
Jan Spitzer as Rinderteufel
Jörg Döring as Vinegar
Jörg Hengstler as
Baseball Trainer/Teacher
Julia Blankenberg as Chao Zu
Jürgen Kluckert as Oberältester
Kaspar Eichel as Kaioshin von 15 Generationen
Klaus Lochthove as TaoBaiBai
Marco Kröger as Guldo
Maria Hönig as Lily
Marlin Wick as C19
Matthias Deutelmoser as Paikuhan
Michael Bauer as Mr.Popo
Michael Pan as Gregory
Michael Telloke as Moori
Olaf Reichmann as
Tournament annoucer (Tenkuu Tournament)
Oliver Feld as Zarbon
Raimund Krone as Polunga
Rainer Doering as Gott (Kami-Sama)
Raul Richter as Dende
Regine Albrecht as Meister Quitte/Kurin (first voice)
Roland Hemmo as Erzähler
Rüdiger Evers as Meister Kaioh
Stefan Gossler as Cell
Stefan Staudinger as Dr.Briefs
Thomas Petruo as Garlic.Jr
Thomas Wolff as Grosser Kaioh
Thomas Nero Wolff as Freezer
Tilo Schmitz as Enma-daio (At the beginning)
Tim Moeseritz as C16
Timm Neu as C17
Tobias Kluckert as Radditz
Tobias Müller as Gotenks
Tom Deininger as King Cold
Ulrike Lau as Uranai Baba
Uwe Büschken as
Viktor Neumann as Vegetto
Viktoria Voigt as Pool
Wolfgang Ziffer as Shen Long (third voice)

German companies
Broadcaster: RTL 2 Television
Distributor: Kazé Germany (now)
DVD Distribution: Anime-Virtual
Publisher: BMG Ariola (Soundtrack 1 & 2)
Song Production: Arts of Toyco
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Translation: Jala Mardini

Assistant Director: Mayada Auda
Montage: Samer Abu Hamad
Preparation: Mahmood Bitar
Sound: Ahmad Farraj
Supervision: Maamoon Al-Rifai
Theme Recording: Samir Kusibati
Theme Song Lyrics & Composed & Arranged: Tariq Al-Arabi Tourgane
Theme Song Performance:
Aasim Sukkar
Tariq Al-Arabi Tourgane
Arabic companies
Space Power
Distributor: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss)
Production: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss)
Dutch companies
Dutch staff
Dutch cast
Russian staff
Russian companies
Broadcaster: 2×2
Russian cast
Danish cast
Danish staff
Director: Jan Tellefsen
Translation: Søren Lampe
Danish companies
DR Ramasjang (From 17th January of 2011)
DR1 (Broadcaster)
Dubbing: Dubberman (Dubbing)
DVD Release: SF-Film (Movies)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Apollo Abraham as
Mr.Satan/Hercules (A.K.A Master Pogi)
Charmaine Cordoviz as
Son Gohan (infant until Cell Games)
Trunks Vegeta (infant to young teen)
Filipina Pamintuan as Son Goten
Jefferson Utanes as Son Gokou
Klariz Magboo as Chichi (redubbed)
Robert Brillantes as
Android 17
Son Gohan

Bernie Malejana as
Charmaine Cordoviz as Chaozu
Jhun Villamac as Majin Boo (All forms)
Klariz Magboo as Android 18 (redubbed)
Louie Paraboles as Piccolo (redubbed)
maynard llames as Krillin (redubbed)
Richie Padilla as Vegeta
Vincent Gutierrez as Vegeta (Second)

Apollo Abraham as Kririn
Bernardo Malejana as
Chibi Trunks (Little Trunks)
Mirai Trunks (Future Trunks)
Charmaine Cordoviz as
Bra Vegeta
Fortune Telling Baba
Marron (Kririn's daughter)
Jefferson Utanes as Master Roshi/Buten
Lyrah Padilla as Pan
maynard llames as Majin Buu (redubbed)
Vincent Gutierrez as
Freeza (redubbed)
Mr.Satan/Hercules (A.K.A Master Pogi) (redubbed)
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: GMA Network
Polish staff
Polish companies
TVN Siedem
Lector: Saga Studio
Polish cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director:
Angelica Santos
Cassius Romero (Cell Saga ownards)
Wellington Lima
Wendel Bezerra
Translation: Wellington Lima (Cell saga and Majin Boo saga)
Executive producer:
Eduardo Lúcio (Toei)
Luíz Angelotti (Angelotti Licensing)

Dubbing Coordination:
Angelica Santos
Wendel Bezerra
Production manager: Kenji Ebato
Screen Inserts:
Daoiz Cabezudo (eyecatches)
Ronaldo Artinic
Theme Song Performance:
Anísio Mello Júnior (OP 2/ED 2)
Rodrigo Firmo (Cha-la Head Cha-la)
Sarah Regina (ED1)
Vagner Fagundes as Gohan (Teenager)
Wendel Bezerra as Son Goku
Yuri Chesman as Teen Gohan (2º voice; eps 185-199)

Alexandre Marconato as Tenshin-han (Brazil)
Alfredo Rollo as Vegeta
António Semedo as Yamcha (PT)
Carlos Campanile as Freeza (Brazil)
Diogo Marques as Trunks
Fábio Lucindo as Kuririn
Fátima Noya as
Gohan (young)
Goten(Young) (Brazil)
Fernanda Figueiredo as
Krillin (PT)
Videl (PT)
Guilherme Lopes as Mr. Satan (Brazil)
João Batista as Cell (Brazil)
João Loy as Vegeta (PT 1st voice)
Leonardo Camilo as Piccolo (1st Voice; begining)
Luiz Antônio Lobue as Piccolo (2nd Voice)
Marcelo Campos as Mirai Trunks
Márcio Araújo as Yamcha
Melissa Garcia as Videl
Raquel Marinho as Chichi
Ricardo Spínola as Vegeta (PT 3rd voice)
Tânia Gaidarji as Bulma (Brazil)
Thiago Barione as Dendê
Vítor Rocha as Vegeta (PT 2nd voice)
Walter Breda as Senhor Kaiô (Brazil)
Wellington Lima as Majin Boo (All Forms)

Affonso Amajones as
Bora (ep 13)
Soldado Zabon (Zabon)
Aldo César as Andróide 20/Dr. Maki Gero
Angelica Santos as
Anibal Munhoz as
António Semedo as
Apresentador (PT)
Babidi (PT)
Bubbles (PT)
Cell (PT)
Dodoria (PT)
Dr. Gero (PT)
Enma Daiou (PT 2nd voice)
Guldo (PT)
Gyuumao (PT)
Jeice (PT)
Kaíbe (Kaio) (PT)
Karin (PT)
Majin Buu (Gordo) (PT)
Mr. Popo (PT)
Narrator (PT)
Raditz (PT)
Shapner (PT)
Tao Pai Pai (PT)
Tartaruga Marinha (PT)
Todo Poderoso (Kami Sama) (PT)
Yajirobe (PT)
Bruno Rocha as
Carlos Falat as Cell Jr.
Carlos Silveira as
Kaioh do Oeste
Cassius Romero as
Dai Kaioh Shin
Mr Shu (ep 118)
World Martial Tournment's Narrator
Cecília Lemes as Sra. Briefs (Bulma's mom)
César Leitão as Patriarca
César Marchetti as Sr. Popo
Cristina Cavalinhos as
Angela (PT)
Baba (PT)
Bulla (Bra) (PT)
Bulma (PT)
C18 (PT)
Chaoz (PT)
Dende (PT)
East Kaio (PT)
Erasa (PT)
Gregory (PT)
Lunch (PT)
Maron (PT)
Marron (PT)
Pan (PT)
Daoiz Cabezudo as Narração
Eleonora Prado as Andróide 18
Emerson Caperbat as
Garlick Jr
Kaioshin do Norte (North Supreme Kai)
Pui Pui
Sr Kaioh do Sul (South Kai)
Fábio Tomasini as
Kami Sama
Professor de História
Fadu Costha as Robot (ep 9)
Fátima Noya as Goten (Young)
Felipe Di Nardo as
Sr. Enma-Daioh
Fernanda Bullara as
Fernanda Figueiredo as
Bulma's Mother (PT)
Kika (ChiChi) (PT)
Princess Snake (PT)
Puar (PT)
Figueira Júnior as Andróide 17
Francisco Brêtas as Kaioh Shin
Gilberto Baroli as
Gileno Santoro as Mestre Kame
Guilherme Lopes as
Rei Vegeta (1st voice)
Helena Sâmara as Vovó Uranai (2nd voice)
Henrique Feist as
Captain Ginyu (PT)
Son Gohan (PT)
Son Goku (PT)
South Kaio (PT)
Trunks (PT)
Isabel Cristina de Sá as Professora de Inglês
Ivo Roberto as
Andróide 19
João Batista as
Enma Daioh (1st voice)
Rei Cutelo (1st voice)
João Loy as
Coraçãozinho de Satã (PT)
Enma Daiou (PT 1st voice)
Garlick Jr. (PT 2nd voice)
Reecom (PT)
Joaquim Monchique as
Dende (PT 2nd voice)
Majin Buu (Magro) (PT)
Paikuhan (PT)
Jonas Mello as
Rei Cold (1th voice)
Jussara Marques as
Chiko (ep 16)
Letícia Quinto as
Marron (ep 205)
Luciana Baroli as Ireza
Luiz Laffey as
Andróide 16
Guia do Caminho da Serpente (ep 6)
Marcelo Pissardini as
Mestre Karin (not Armando Tiraboschi)
Márcia Regina as
Miss Piizza
Mário Vilela as Patriarca
Marli Bortoleto as Princesa Serpente (ep 14)
Mauro Castro as
Bora (ep 285)
Rei Vegeta (2nd voice)
Orlando Viggiani as Gregory
Rafael Meira as
Upa (ep 13)
Ricardo Spínola as
Bata (PT)
C16 (PT)
C17 (PT)
Coraçãozinho de Satã (PT)
Dabura (PT)
Dr. Briefs (PT)
Freezer (PT)
Nappa (PT)
Oolong (PT)
Shenron (PT)
Son Goten (PT)
Tartaruga Genial (PT)
Tenshinham (PT)
Zarbon (PT)
Rita Almeida as
Trunks Bebê
Rodrigo Andreatto as
Piegero (ep 16)
Yajirobe (2nd voice)
Sérgio Moreno as
Sérgio Rufino as
Cell Jr.
Other World Budokai Announcer
Zeshin (ep 40)
Sílvio Giraldi as
Mirai Gohan (ep 164)
Yiz (Jeese)
Sílvio Navas as
Rei Cold
Rei Cutelo
Tatá Guarnieri as
Upa (ep 285)
Ursula Bezerra as
Son Goku (kid, in some flashbacks)
Vagner Fagundes as Yajirobe
Valter Santos as Enma Daioh (2nd voice)
Vítor Rocha as
Garlick Jr. (PT 1st voice)
Hércules (Mr. Satan) (PT)
Wellington Lima as
Raditz , Majin Boo
Tao Pai Pai
Yuri Chesman as
Gohan Super Saiadin 2 (2nd Voice ep 185)
Goten Adulto
Zezinho Cutolo as Cell Jr.

Reginaldo Primo (Buu Saga)
Portuguese companies
Cartoon Network Brasil
Rede Bandeirantes (Br.: Freeza n' Cell's history)
Rede Brasil (HD remastered)
Rede Globo (Brazil: Majin Boo's history)
SIC (Portugal)
SIC Gold (Portugal)
SIC K (Portugal)
SIC Radical (Portugal)
Ulbra TV (Brazil; Rio Grande do Sul only)
Dubbing: Novaga
Dubbing Studio: Álamo
DVD Distribution: Playarte
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