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Filmography by TV series for
Nappa (Character)
from "Dragon Ball Z" (1989)

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"Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series" (2 episodes)
... aka "Y.G.O.T.A.S." - USA (short title)
... aka "Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged" - USA (short title)
... aka "Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged: Beyond the Fourth Wall" - International (English title) (third season title)
  1. Final Deathstination (17 June 2009)  
  2. Joey Wheeler Ace Attorney (31 October 2010)  
"Dragon Ball Z: Abridged" (13 episodes)
  1. The Return of Radditz!... Wait... (1 June 2008)  
  2. Happily Ever Afterlife (7 August 2008)  
  3. Snakeway to Heaven (21 August 2008)  
  4. Vegeta: Kills Bugs Dead (3 September 2008)  
  5. Saiyans? On My Planet?: It's More Likely Than You Think (25 December 2008)  
  6. Nappa's Best Day Ever (15 January 2009)  
  7. The Set Up (27 February 2009)  
  8. The Punchline (25 May 2009)  
  9. A Rose by Any Other Namek (1 March 2010)  
  10. It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Saiyan (28 September 2010)  
  11. The Best Laid Plans of Saiyans and Nameks (29 June 2011)  
  12. Nail is Piccolo, and So Can You! (26 August 2011)  
  13. Freeza: The Final Cut (17 June 2012)  
"Dragon Ball Z" (11 episodes)
... aka "DBZ" - USA (short title)
  1. Goku's Unusual Journey (10 October 1996)  
  2. Trouble on Arlia (25 October 1996)  
  3. A Black Day for Planet Earth (24 January 1997)  
  4. The Battle Begins... Goku Where Are You? (1 February 1997)  
  5. The Saibamen Strike (8 February 1997)  
  6. Nappa... The Invincible? (15 February 1997)  
  7. Tien Goes All Out!! (22 February 1997)  
  8. Time's Up! (12 April 1997)  
  9. The Return of Goku (19 April 1997)  
  10. Goku Strikes Back (26 April 1997)  
  11. Frieza Defeated! (29 October 1999)