Dragon Ball tells the tale of a young warrior by the name of Son Goku, a young peculiar boy with a tail who embarks on a quest to become stronger and learns of the Dragon Balls, when, once all 7 are gathered, grant any wish of choice.
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2003   2002   2001   1995  
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Series cast summary:
Brice Armstrong ...  Narrator / ... 153 episodes, 1995-2003
Steve Olson Steve Olson ...  Narrator (Blue Water dub) / ... 153 episodes, 1995-2003
Stephanie Nadolny ...  Goku / ... 132 episodes, 1995-2003
Zoe Slusar ...  Goku (Blue Water dub) / ... 132 episodes, 1995-2003
Christopher Sabat ...  Yamcha / ... 127 episodes, 1995-2003
Tiffany Vollmer ...  Bulma 119 episodes, 1995-2003
Leda Davies Leda Davies ...  Bulma (Blue Water dub) / ... 115 episodes, 1995-2003
Mike McFarland ...  Master Roshi / ... 113 episodes, 1995-2003
Monika Antonelli ...  Puar / ... 104 episodes, 1995-2003
Victor Atelevich Victor Atelevich ...  Yamcha (Blue Water dub) / ... 102 episodes, 1995-2003
Chris Simms Chris Simms ...  Puar (Blue Water dub) 101 episodes, 1995-2003
Bradford Jackson ...  Oolong / ... 99 episodes, 1995-2003
Mike Thiessen Mike Thiessen ...  Krillin (Blue Water dub) / ... 88 episodes, 2001-2003
Laurie Steele Laurie Steele ...  Krillin / ... 86 episodes, 1995-2003
Meredith McCoy ...  Launch 85 episodes, 2001-2003
John Burgmeier ...  Tien / ... 67 episodes, 1995-2003
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Follows the adventures of an extraordinarily strong young boy named Goku as he searches for the seven dragon balls. These balls, when combined, can grant the owner any one wish he desires. Along the way he makes many new friends, and enemies, and he trains to become the strongest fighter in the world. Written by page8701

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The big showdown with Piccolo!


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Trivia

In the original 1989 dub of Dragon Ball by Harmony Gold, Goku was renamed Zero. See more »

Goofs

In the original English dub for the episode The Kamehameha wave, Kamehameha is misspelled as Kamehameah on the title screen. See more »

Quotes

Ninja Murasaki: You weren't supposed to dodge that!
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Crazy Credits

When FUNimation redubbed the original Dragon Ball in 2000, they kept the Japanese intro/outro credit songs, and had English speakers sing them. This was the first time FUNimation kept music from the Japanese version of a Dragon Ball series. See more »

Alternate Versions

There are four different distinct English dubbed versions of this series:
  • a dub from Harmony Gold in 1989 that played very briefly in the US,
  • a heavily edited dub from Kidmark in 1995 that played in several English-speaking countries,
  • an uncut dub from Funimation in 2001 (played edited on US TV) that is shown in only in the US and Australia,
  • and a slightly edited Canadian dub from 2003 that plays only in Canada and in the UK.
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Connections

Referenced in Calango Ball: O Filme (2017) See more »

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One of the best shows on TV
10 January 2010 | by chaching259See all my reviews

I just finished watching this series, and I have to say this is one of the best shows on television.

Dragon Ball is considered a prequel of the more famous Dragon Ball Z, but I have to say that after watching it, Dragon Ball stands as a legitimate show on its own. It is a much better counterpart to DBZ than GT is. It may seem a bit childish at the beginning, but the show matures as the characters do as well. The show is funny too.

Compared with Z, Dragon Ball is more about the basics of fighting while Z harnesses advanced techniques. Overall I would say the fighting in Dragon Ball is actually better than Z while the plot in Z is better than Dragon Ball (though this is not to say that either are bad in anyway)

I highly recommend watching it and see the excitement of Goku's journey.

Take a look!


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Japan

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English | Japanese

Release Date:

9 September 1995 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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