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Dragon Ball Z (Japanese: ドラゴンボールZゼット Hepburn: Doragon Bōru Zetto, commonly abbreviated as DBZ) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. It is the sequel to Dragon Ball and adapts the latter chapters of the original chapter Dragon Ball manga series created by Akira Toriyama which ran in Weekly Shōnen Jump from to Dragon Ball Z continues the adventures of Goku, who, along with his companions, defend the Earth against villains ranging from aliens (Frieza), androids (Cell) and other creatures (Majin Buu). While the original Dragon Ball anime followed Goku from childhood to early adulthood, Dragon Ball Z is a continuation of his adult life, but at the same time parallels the life of his son, Gohan, as well as the development of his rival Vegeta. There are around 20 dragon ball movies and all of them are present on dragonballzdubbed.com. Dragon Ball Movies English Dubbed
"Bulma and Son Goku"/ [The Secret of the Dragon Ball] Transcription: "Buruma to Son Gokū" (Japanese: ブルマと孫悟空)
December 23, September 9, (Ocean) August 20, (re-dub)
Goku, a young, but strong orphan living alone in the mountains, and Bulma, a teenage girl searching for seven mystical balls, come together when Bulma hits Goku head-on while driving a motorized vehicle. The balls that Bulma is searching for, known as Dragon Balls, summon the wish granting "dragon god", Shenron. Before Goku's grandfather died, he gave him a Dragon Ball with four stars on it: the Four-Star Ball. Bulma, already possessing two of the balls, decides to let Goku "join her on a fun adventure" so she can borrow his strength and Dragon Ball. They take off on a motorcycle, but Bulma is abducted by a giant flying dinosaur during a little pit stop. Goku takes out the monster with his Power Pole and rescues her.
"What the?! No Balls!"/ "The Emperor's Quest" Transcription: "Arararaa! Tama ga Nai!" (Japanese: あらららー!タマがない!)
December 30, September 16, (Ocean) August 21, (re-dub)
Goku and Bulma set up a shelter to sleep in. At night, Goku goes out looking for some food. He sees a plane fly overhead, and, thinking that it is a bird, goes running after it. The plane belongs to Mai and Shu, who are servants of Emperor Pilaf. The Emperor is also looking for the Dragon Balls, and he plans to use them to achieve his dream to rule the world. Goku saves them from wolves, and heads back. In the morning, he finds a Giant turtle who is looking for the sea. Goku volunteers to take him there, so he picks up the turtle on his back and begins running, with Bulma following on her motorcycle.
"The Turtle Hermit's Kinto Un"/ "The Nimbus Cloud of Roshi" Transcription: "Kame-Sennin no Kinto-Un" (Japanese: 亀仙人のキント雲)
January 6, September 23, (Ocean) August 22, (re-dub)
On their way to the sea, Goku and Bulma run into a giant beast that wants to eat the turtle. Goku makes short work of him, and they continue on their way. When they arrive at the shore, the turtle tells them to wait for him. When he comes back, a man is riding on his back. That man is the turtle hermit: Master Roshi, and as a reward for helping his sea turtle, he gives Goku a flying cloud called the Flying Nimbus. Master Roshi himself cannot ride the cloud, because only good and pure people can. Bulma can't ride it either, but Goku can, because he has a good heart. Roshi also gives Bulma the Three-Star Ball in exchange for seeing her underwear, not knowing what the Dragon Ball is. When Master Roshi returns to his island, he finds Pilaf and his two henchmen searching his house for the Dragon Ball. After he tells them that he gave it away, the three leave his island. Their boat sinks due to Master Roshi putting a hole in the side while pretending to give them a boost.
"Oolong, the Kidnapping Monster"/ "Mao Mao the Terrible” [Oolong the Terrible] Transcription: "Hitosarai Yōkai Ūron" (Japanese: 人さらい妖怪ウーロン)
January 13, September 30, (Ocean) August 23, (re-dub)
The Dragon Radar leads Goku and Bulma into a remote village. They find that the village is being terrorized by a shape shifter named Oolong. An old woman in this village has the Six-Star Ball, and she agrees to give it to them if they drive Oolong away from their village. Oolong wants to marry a girl in the village, so Goku dresses up like her to trick Oolong. When Oolong discovers this, he gets very angry. To protect his identity, he reverts into his original state after he transformed and runs away from the village. Goku follows, and eventually catches and defeats him. With the village saved, the old woman gives them the Six-Star Ball.
"Yamcha, The Strong Yet Cruel Desert Bandit"/ "Zedaki the Warrior" [Yamcha the Desert Bandit] Transcription: "Tsuyokute Warui Sabaku no Yamucha" (Japanese: つよくて悪い砂漠のヤムチャ)
January 20, October 7, (Ocean) August 24, (re-dub)
Bulma forces Oolong to join their group, thinking that his shape shifting ability will come in handy. Their boat runs out of gas, so they have to walk through the desert. Yamcha, a dangerous bandit, is said to live in this desert. While they walk through the desert, Yamcha and his shape shifting cat Puar ambush them. Goku and Yamcha begin to fight. Yamcha thinks he has won after he uses his Wolf Fang Fist, but Goku is able to get up. Just as Yamcha is about to attack again, he sees Bulma. Yamcha gets nervous around girls, so he panics and runs away.
"Midnight Callers"/ "Keep an Eye on the Dragon Balls" Transcription: "Mayonaka no Hōmonsha-tachi" (Japanese: 真夜中の訪問者たち)
October 14, August 27, (re-dub)
Oolong remembers that he has a camper Dyno-Cap, so the three spend the night in it. Goku tells Oolong about the Dragon Balls. Oolong drugs the drinks of Goku and Bulma, causing them to fall asleep. Yamcha and Puar have been listening from outside the window, and now plan to take the balls. Puar changes into Goku to lure Oolong (who transformed into Bulma, thinking she was Goku) out of the camper and Yamcha sneaks inside. But what he thinks are the Dragon Ball but after uncovering the "Dragon Balls" and finding out they were Bulma's breasts; Yamcha completely loses it and retreats with Puar who flew away from Oolong, after the shape-shifting pig and cat discovered each other's true identities from being Goku and Bulma.
"Mt. Frypan's Gyumao"/ "The Ox King on Fire Mountain" Transcription: "Furaipan Yama no Gyūmaō" (Japanese: フライパン山の牛魔王)
Written by: Toshiki Inoue Storyboard by: Katsumi Endō
October 21, August 28, (re-dub)
Goku, Bulma, and Oolong arrive at Fire Mountain, with Yamcha and Puar following closely behind. There, they meet the Ox King, who lives in the castle on Fire Mountain. The Ox King notices Goku's flying Nimbus Cloud, and realizes that he must have received it from Master Roshi. He sent his daughter Chi-Chi to go to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan to put out the flames on Fire Mountain, but she never came back. The Ox King tells Goku that if he finds Chi-Chi and returns with the Bansho Fan, he can have the Dragon Ball that's inside his castle. Goku takes off and finds Chi-Chi right away. But after Chi-Chi accidentally grabs Goku's tail to help herself climb onto the Nimbus Cloud, which causes him to get dizzy, Yamcha and Puar discover that Goku's tail is his only weak point. And as Goku and Chi-Chi leaves for Master Roshi's island, in order to steal the Dragon Balls, they plan to grab Goku's tail to weaken him. After asking for directions from a dolphin, Goku and Chi-Chi arrive at Master Roshi's island.
"The Turtle Hermit's Kamehameha"/ "The Kamehameha Wave" Transcription: "Kame-Sennin no Kamehameha" (Japanese: 亀仙人のカメハメ波)
Written by: Keiji Terui Storyboard by: Toshihiko Arisako
October 28, August 29, (re-dub)
Master Roshi agrees to let Goku borrow the Bansho fan, but when he goes to retrieve it, he remembers that he spilled juice on it and threw it out. He decides to put out the fire himself. When they arrive back at Fire Mountain, Master Roshi uses his famous Kamehame-Ha to blow out the flames. The wave puts out the fire, but it also destroys the entire mountain. With the Dragon Radar, Bulma is able to search through the rubble and find the Seven-Star Ball. Goku asks Master Roshi if he can learn the Kamehame-Ha, but is disappointed to find out that it took the turtle hermit 50 years to learn it. He tries it anyway, and is miraculously able to do it on the first try.
"The Rabbit Boss' Special Technique"/ "Boss Rabbit's Magic Touch" Transcription: "Usagi Oyabun no Tokui Waza" (Japanese: うさぎオヤブンの得意技)
November 4, August 30, (re-dub)
Goku, Bulma, and Oolong drive into a city to get gas, unaware that they are still being followed by Yamcha and Puar, who then hide behind the wall to spy on them. Everyone in this town seems to be afraid of Bulma but after she buys some new clothes and gets rid of her bunny costume, no one even notices her. Just as they're about to leave, two men in bunny ears begin to hassle them. Goku beats both of them up, so they call in "the boss". The boss, whose name is Monster Carrot, arrives. He is a giant rabbit whose special power is his touch; if anyone touches him, he/she turns into a carrot. Not knowing this, Bulma slaps him, turning her into a carrot which Monster Carrot grabs. His two men then start to beat up Goku. Watching from behind a wall, Puar turns into a bird and snatches the carrot out of his hand, and Yamcha beats up the two men to save Goku. Goku then hits him with his Power Pole, forcing Monster Carrot to surrender. He changes Bulma back. Goku then ties up Monster Carrot and his henchmen and takes them to the moon by extending his Power Pole, proceeding to force them to make treats for children.
"The Dragon Balls are Stolen!!!"/ "The Dragon Balls are Stolen!" Transcription: "Doragon Bōru Ubawareru!!" (Japanese: D.B.うばわれる!!)
November 11, August 31, (re-dub)
While Goku, Bulma and Oolong are driving towards the final Dragon Ball, Shu uses his battle robot to fire a rocket at their car. Then he jumps down and runs off with Bulma's suitcase, which contains their Dragon Balls. Goku tries to follow, but loses him. Luckily, Goku still has the Four-Star Ball, so Pilaf can't make his wish to rule the world. Bulma's Dyno-Caps are in her suitcase as well, so they have no ride. With no other options, Yamcha is forced to give them a lift. They arrive at Pilaf's castle. Inside, they come to a dead end, but before they can turn around, a wall comes down, trapping them inside.
"At Last the Dragon Appears!"/ "The Penalty is Pinball" Transcription: "Tsui ni Doragon Arawaru!" (Japanese: ついに龍あらわる!)
November 18, September 3, (re-dub)
After a failed torture of "treatment" on Bulma, Pilaf, Shu and Mai release sleeping gas inside the chamber, which knocks everyone out, including the Emperor himself who did not put on his gas mask. Shu drags Pilaf away, while Mai goes in and steals the Four-Star Ball from Goku while he's sleeping. When they wake up, they realize the ball has been stolen, and begin to run through the hallways. Pilaf sends giant pinballs rolling after them. Just when one of the balls has them cornered, it suddenly backs off, and a wall comes down again. They are trapped in the same room as before. Goku tries to use a Kamehameha wave to blast away the wall, but only manages to open up a small hole that leads outside, where Pilaf is summoning Shenron to grant his wish for world domination. Puar and Oolong turn into bats and fly through the hole to try to steal one of the balls. But before they can get close enough, Shenron himself appears.
"The Wish to Shen Long"/ "A Wish to the Eternal Dragon" Transcription: "Shenron e no Negai" (Japanese: 神龍への願い)
Written by: Toshiki Inoue Storyboard by: Toshihiko Arisako
November 25, September 4, (re-dub)
Desperate to stop Emperor Pilaf, and just as Goku manages to destroy the wall with another Kamehameha, Oolong interrupts his wish for world conquest with his own: a pair of underpants. This wish is granted, Shenron disappears, and the seven balls scatter all over the earth. Furious, Pilaf sends Mai and Shu after Oolong and Puar, and noticing Goku, Yamcha and Bulma escape, he orders them executed. Many guard dogs suddenly appear: some chase Oolong and Puar and others corner Goku, Yamcha and Bulma. Goku and Yamcha beat these dogs to protect Bulma, and on their way out they find Oolong and Puar. Before they can leave, Mai and Shu corner them with another pack of dogs and themselves. They are transported to a room with a glass ceiling that gathers energy from the sun and heats up. By morning, just as Pilaf planned for revenge on his meddlers, they will be burnt alive. Goku and Yamcha try to break down the walls, but fail. Later that night, Puar is staring at the full moon while Oolong and Bulma argue over their last hope for escape. Goku tells the group about a huge monster that comes out when the moon is full. He said that the monster (though it was clearly Goku, but he is not aware of that) trampled his grandfather Gohan to death, and before that tragedy, Gohan told his grandson never to look at the moon. Alarmed with this detail, Bulma, Yamcha, Puar and Oolong believe that Goku was the monster and fear they will meet the same fate as his grandfather. Despite Bulma's warning, Goku accidentally looks up at the full moon. However, at first, nothing seems to happen to Goku as he shrugs over a big deal, much to the group's confusion. But even though he turns away from the moon and his friends sigh in relief, something snaps in Goku: his eyes turn red, his heart beats loudly with increasing speed, and he begins growing with his clothes tearing apart, his body growing fur, his teeth becoming sharp, his ears pointing up, and his face growing a muzzle. To the gang's horror, it is revealed that Goku is transformed into a monkey/ape monster, the Great Ape.
"Goku's Great Transformation"/ "The Legend of Goku" Transcription: "Gokū no Dai-Henshin" (Japanese: 悟空の大変身)
Written by: Keiji Terui Storyboard by: Akinori Nagaoka
December 2, September 5, (re-dub)
Goku, now a Great Ape, begins demolishing Pilaf's castle. Bulma, Yamcha, Oolong, and Puar are able to escape. Pilaf, Mai, and Shu board an airplane and start attacking Goku. They are able to bring him down temporarily, but Goku recovers and destroys their plane. He then picks up Bulma and prepares to eat her. Remembering that his tail is his weak point, Yamcha grabs Goku's tail, and Puar changes into a giant pair of scissors and cuts it off. Goku regresses back to his normal self; naked, and sleeps until morning. When he wakes up, he is shocked to find that his tail is missing and that he is naked, and remembers nothing about his transformation and rampage. He borrows Oolong's pants and finds his Power Pole in the rubble, but finds it hard to balance without his tail. Yamcha and Bulma decide to go back to West City together, with Puar and Oolong tagging along. Goku decides to go find the turtle hermit to get the training he was promised. Bulma gives Goku the Dragon Radar so he can find the Four-Star Ball when the Dragon Balls reappear.
"This tournament is only another step in your training. It's an introduction, and that's the lowdown. There's no point teaching you special moves until you get the fighting experience, so keep training the same." Master Roshi to Goku and Krillin
The Tournament Begins
Tenka'ichi Budōkai Hajimaru!
The Tenka'ichi Budōkai Begins!
"The Tournament Begins" (はじまる!,Tenka'ichi Budōkai Hajimaru!, lit. "The Tenka'ichi Budōkai Begins!") is the nineteenth episode of Dragon Ball and the sixth episode of the Tournament Saga. This episode first aired in Japan on July 2, Its original American airdate was September 13,
The episode begins with Goku and Krillin doing their training exercises. As the days and months roll by, the harder the training gets, and the stronger the boys become.
At dinner, Goku and Krillin basically finish off all the rice. Meanwhile, Master Roshi goes under the table to pick up some food that he dropped while gradually edging closer to Launch's legs in the process. Soon, Launch brings a very large pot of rice, the table breaks from the weight of the pot, and Master Roshi is crushed under it.
Later, Goku calls Master Roshi outside to the boulder he had tells him and Krillin about in the last episode. He told the boys that if they moved it, they would receive martial arts training from him. Goku and Krillin then show that they both can move the boulder. After that, Master Roshi tells the boys that the whole secret behind the turtle hermit martial arts was the routine. He tells them to continue the routine but to use even heavier Turtle Shells that were twice the weight.
Meanwhile, in a deep forest, Yamcha is doing some training of his own. After a month of training, he decides to return to West City. The next day in the Western Capital City, Bulma, Oolong, and Puar are heading home after doing some shopping. Bulma is quite angry with Yamcha because he has not contacted her ever since he left for training. Bulma then drops an orange on the road and she goes to pick it up, only to find that she is about to run over by a truck. Luckily, she is saved by Yamcha who had just come back from his training. She does not recognize him at first because he has not groomed for one month. They then head back to Bulma's house to clean up Yamcha.
The days quickly roll by until there is only one day left before the World Martial Arts Tournament begins. Master Roshi tells the boys to take off their shells. When they do, Goku and Krillin feel extremely light. Launch gives the two boys a suit each. Soon after, Master Roshi, Krillin, and Goku leave for the airport.
In the airplane, Goku looks through the window and thought the city lights are stars that were on the ground; Master Roshi tells him otherwise. When they arrive at their destination, Master Roshi and the boys head to the coliseum in order to sign in for the tournament.
After Roshi signs them up, Goku meets up with Yamcha, Bulma, Puar, and Oolong. Yamcha has also signed in for the tournament. After that Master Roshi, Krillin and Goku sleep in a hotel.
The next day, Master Roshi leads Goku and Krillin to the competitors' only area and he gives both of them new martial arts uniforms. The first roadblock for the boys will be the elimination round. Only eight fighters pass through the elimination rounds in order to fight in the real tournament.
Goku and Krillin successfully push the large boulder that Master Roshi mentioned months prior.
Goku and Krillin's training comes to a close as the day of the World Martial Arts Tournament is about to arrive.
Everyone heads to the World Martial Arts Tournament on Papaya Island.
Goku and Krillin receive their signature Turtle School Uniform.
Differences from the Manga
Master Roshi attempting to lift Launch's skirt while under the Table at Kame House is exclusive to the anime.
Yamcha's training in the wilderness for the upcoming Tournament and his subsequent return to West City where he reunites with Bulma is exclusive to the anime.
Goku reunites with Yamcha much earlier in the anime than in the manga. In the anime, he meets up with him while Master Roshi is signing the boys up for the Tournament. In the manga, they meet up late into the preliminaries.
Likewise the same is true with Bulma, Oolong, and Puar too. In the anime, Goku meets up with them shortly after meeting Yamcha. In the manga, they don't meet up until after the preliminaries have ended.
Krillin is seen reading a newspaper that is titled "U.S.A. News".
The scene of Roshi touching the flight attendant's rear was taken out of the Toonami broadcast.
Bulma says that she went to Roshi's island to see them but, excluding Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies, Bulma has never been to his island before.
A billboard with Bubibinman in a blue outfit can be seen in the city.
This episode marks the debut of the Turtle School Uniform, which goes on to become Goku's signature outfit for the rest of Dragon Ball and throughout Dragon Ball Z as well as Dragon Ball Super until Dragon Ball GT where he wears a new Gi that resembles his original Gi.
Yamcha practices a new technique
Yamcha after training
Bulma is annoyed Yamcha did not write or call home