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Dragon Ball Gt: Season 1 [DVD]


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  • Actors: Masako Nozawa, Takeshi Kusao, Yuko Minaguchi, Atsushi Kisaichi
  • Directors: Minoru Okazaki
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Jan 2014
  • Run Time: 787 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00GRTVTH6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,645 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 34 episodes from the first series of the Japanese anime continuing the adventures of Goku (voice of Masako Nozawa) and his search for the elusive dragon balls. The episodes are: 'A Devastating Wish', 'Pan Blasts Off', 'Terror On Imecka', 'The Most Wanted List', 'Goku Vs. Ledgic', 'Like Pulling Teeth', 'Trunks, the Bride', 'Whisker Power', 'Lord Luud', 'Dance and Attack', 'Lord Luud's Curse', 'The Last Oracle of Luud', 'The Man Behind the Curtain', 'The Battle Within', 'Beginning of the End', 'Giru's Checkered Past', 'Pan's Gambit', 'Unexpected Power', 'A General Uprising', 'The Source of Rilldo's Power', 'A Secret Revealed', 'The Baby Secret', 'Hidden Danger', 'Discovering the Truth', 'Baby's Arrival', 'Saiyan Hunting', 'The Attack On Vegeta', 'A Worldwide Problem', 'The Fall of the Saiyans', 'The Game After Life', 'Collapse from Within', 'The Return of Uub', 'The Tail's Tale' and 'Back in the Game'.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Channell on 2 Feb 2014
Format: DVD
NOTE: I own the American COMPLETE SERIES DVD's which are the same as the UK versions.
When some people say the word Anime their minds think of various anime's in particular. One of them just happens to be Dragon Ball Z. Dragon Ball Z was a classic. The original series, Dragon Ball, defined the anime genre for various people, then Dragon Ball Z came along and defined it even more. It became an extremely popular franchise, and still is to this day, but then Dragon Ball GT came a long. Dragon Ball GT was based on the Manga by Akira Toriyama, but was an original idea. Some People refer to this as the black hole of Dragon Ball, but some people do tend to put this series down a bit. While this series is, by far, not the best of the Dragon Ball series, it's still OK and ends the series well.
The cast from the previous Dragon Ball series return for two last seasons of glorious, overpowering, battles. This set has also been digitally remastered, like the previous seasons, and that does show every now and then, but do you expect from a series that's just over ten years old. Again you also get the choice of the Japanese music or the American music. I prefer the American music, because it's rock like soundtrack seems to suit the series better than the dated Japanese soundtrack. But that doesn't mean that the Japanese soundtrack is bad, it just doesn't suit the series as much as the American version.
The plot is set one year, or so, after Dragon Ball Z. When Goku is finishing his training with Uub, emperor Pilaf sneaks into Kami's look out and steals the Black Star Dragon Balls. When he summons the Shenron Goku enters the scene. Pilaf accidently whishes Goku to be a kid again, and then the Dragon Balls spread out across the galaxy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tasos Fountotos on 30 Jun 2012
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When i first started watching this the first episodes where really boring...It starts really slow and boring but i decided to keep watching...i'm glad i did! GT becomes awesome (maybe better than z) after episode 15 : Baby's arrival. I suggest you buy season 1 and 2 together because you won't be able to wait to see the battle baby vs ssj4 goku. It's also region 1,2,4 so it will work perfectly on uk dvd players ps3's and xbox 360's.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Seb28 on 6 Dec 2013
Format: DVD
Given all the hype surrounding Dragonball Z and fact it's now all available in the UK you might be wondering what's next. Well Manga UK have confirmed the sequel, Dragonball GT (which is comprised of 64 episodes and will be released over 2 box sets) is next on the cards for the UK.

While GT has diverged opinion throughout the world of anime, personally I like it. Set some years after the events of DBZ, it sees Goku having to go in search for the Dragonballs after Pilaf (a villain from the original Dragonball series) used the Dragonballs. However the twist here as he used the Black Star Dragonballs and they are gathered across the galaxy as oppose to Earth! So Goku sets out on an adventure with Pan (Gohan's daughter) and Trunks across the galaxy to find said Black Star Dragonballs in order to restore order to what has been done. (There is a lot more to the story than just that, but I don't want to give anything away from those who haven't seen it.)

The difference with this show, in the early going at least, is that there's more a feeling of adventure rather than having endless amounts of fighting (which, there's nothing wrong with) but it's a nice change of pace from the climatic battle that was had (in the story, some years earlier) in DBZ. However if you're someone who likes the fighting - and what Dragonball fan doesn't - trust me you still get your great fix of that as well. If you wanting more from the Dragonball universe, GT is the next step and it's great fun!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Snook VINE VOICE on 11 July 2009
Format: DVD
Being subject to mass criticism and even complete denial, I had no high expectations for Dragon GT. However, after watching this 1st season boxset; lovingly released in it's true entirety by funimation, I have to say that GT isn't that bad at all.

Now that I've said that, I should add that GT is still inferior to it's classic predecesor series'; probably due to the fact that it is not translated from Akira Toriyama's manga pages, so is comepletly new material. This collection of episodes, containing the first 34 episodes of GT see Goku accidently transformed into a child by the Black Star Dragon Balls. The dragonballs then disperse to the far reaches of the universe, so it is up to Goku, Trunks and Grand daughter Pan to recover them. However, things are never that simple in Dragonball. Along their travels our brave (if slightly random) group of heroes traverse many different planets and encounter several foes which include giant robots, corrupt tyrants and the big bad villain of the series - Baby. These Dragon ball collecting episodes take up half of season 1 and are more adventure orientated. While these episodes are enjoyable and easy to watch, many people dislike because they are so different in style to the more action packed Dragon Ball Z. So when aired on British and American TV these first 20 or so episodes were skipped and replaced with one abridged episode. Possibly due to low ratings in Japan, the story then turned more acton packed with the epic fight against baby and the future of the earth left in the balance, and this is where the TV series started airing in English speaking countries. Due to this airing issue, GT has garnered a bad reputation in the west.
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