Cartoon Resource entry #016B - Dragon Ball GT (1996)


ORIGINAL JAPAN AIRDATES: Feb 7, 1996-Nov 19, 1997 on Fuji TV
ORIGINAL US AIRDATES: Nov 7, 2003-Apr 16, 2005 on Cartoon Network
RERUNS: Jan 16, 2012-Jan 2, 2015 on Nicktoons
ANIMATION BY: Toei Animation
DISTRIBUTED and OWNED BY: Toei Animation and Funimation


Sequel series that takes place five years after Dragon Ball Z, this was the first series that was not based on the original manga, as the entire story had been covered by Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z.  The first 16 episodes were skipped in their initial US airing and home video release and replaced with a clip show to condense the story of these into one episode.  Later the original 16 episodes aired after the rest of GT finished airing. There were two English dubs produced.  The US run was voiced by the same group Funimation used for Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z.  The Ocean Group/Blue Water dubbed the episodes for the Canadian and European markets, but they used an all-new voice cast for their English dub. The GT in the title stands for 'Grand Tour.'

The Lost Episodes (US 2005)

#01 The Mysterious Dragon Balls Activate!! Son Goku Becomes A Child!? (02.07.1996)
A Devastating Wish (02.05.2005)

#02 I’ll Take the Lead! Pan Flies Into Space!! (02.14.1996)
Pan Blasts Off (02.12.2005)

#03 The Ultimate Moneygrubbers!! Imegga, Planet 0f Merchants (02.21.1996)
Terror On Imecka (02.19.2005)

#04 Wanted!! Desperado Son Goku!? (02.28.1996)
The Most Wanted List (02.26.2005)

#05 Check It Out, A Tough Guy!! Ledgic, the Body (03.06.1996)
Guard Goku Vs. Ledgic (03.05.2005)

#06 Hurts, Don't It!? Son Goku the Dentist (03.13.1996)
Like Pulling Teeth (03.12.2005)

#07 Honey Dearest!? Trunks the Bride (03.20.1996)
Trunks, the Bride (03.19.2005)

#08 Even Son Goku Gets Knocked About!! Whisker Power At the MAX (04.17.1996)
Whisker Power (03.19.2005)

#09 No!! Son Goku Leaps Into the Planet of Traps!? (04.24.1996)
Lord Luud (03.26.2005)

#10 Dance Attack!? Boom-shakalaka!! (05.01.1996)
Dance and Attack (03.26.2005)

#11 Luud's Curse!? Pan Becomes a Doll (05.08.1996)
Lord Luud's Curse (04.02.2005)

#12 The God's Oracle Is a Serious Issue!! Luud Starts Up (05.15.1996)
The Last Oracle of Luud (04.02.2005)

#13 Like Father and Son?! The Mysterious Scientist Myuu (05.22.1996)
The Man Behind the Curtain (04.09.2005)

#14 Catch the Rhythm!? Capture Luud!! (06.05.1996)
The Battle Within (04.09.2005)

#15 ’That's Just Great!!' Pan Runs Away!? (06.12.1996)
Beginning of the End (04.16.2005)

#16 Machine Planet M2... Giru the Backstabber!? (06.19.1996)
Giru's Checkered Past (02.22.2012 on NickToons)

First Run English Dub (US 2003-2004)

#16A A Grand Problem (11.07.2003) - Clip Show made for US Run Only


#17 Leave It To Pan!! The Son Goku Rescue Plan!! (06.26.1996)
Pan's Gambit (11.14.2003)

#18 Ya' Data's Flawed!! Son Goku's True Determination (07.10.1996)
Unexpected Power (11.21.2003)

#19 The Strongest Mutant, Rilldo Takes To the Field!! (07.17.1996)
A General Uprising (11.28.2003)

#20 Taken By Surprise!! Son Goku's Attacked By a Metal Storm (07.31.1996)
The Source of Rilldo's Power (12.05.2003)

#21 What's Goin' On!! Son Goku Is Turned To Metal (08.14.1996)
A Secret Revealed (12.12.2003)

#22 A Violent Ambition!! The Evil Life-form 'Baby' Is Born (08.21.1996)
The Baby Secret (12.19.2003)

#23 A Hidden Crisis!? A Spacewrecked Ship and Mysterious Boy (08.28.1996)
Hidden Danger (12.26.2003)

#24 Baby Strikes Back!! Target: The Saiyan!! (09.04.1996)
Discovering the Truth (01.02.2004)

#25 Big Trouble!! Baby Has Appeared On Earth (10.16.1996)
Baby's Arrival (01.09.2004)

#26 Gohan and Goten... The Worst Brotherly Spat!? (10.30.1996)
Saiyan Hunting (01.16.2004)

#27 Ambitions Achieved!? Vegeta Possessed (11.06.1996)
The Attack On Vegeta (01.23.2004)

#28 Son Goku Returns... 'Is the Whole Earth Against Me!? (11.13.1996)
A Worldwide Problem (01.30.2004)

#29 The Situation Is Even Worse!? Super Saiyan 3 Fails!! (11.27.1996)
The Fall of the Saiyans (02.06.2004)

#30 Goku, Dead!? 'I Bit the Dust (12.04.1996)
The Game After Life (02.13.2004)

#31 Even More Surprises!? Suguro-space Caves In (12.11.1996)
Collapse From Within (05.08.2004)

#32 Goku Is Back!! The Enraged Warrior Uub (01.08.1997)
The Return of Uub(05.15.2004)

#33 Take This, Baby! Newfound Majuub's Killing Light Ray!! (01.15.1997)
The Tail's Tale (05.22.2004)

#34 The Transformation Fails!? Giant Ape Son Goku's Rampage! (01.22.1997)
Back In the Game (05.29.2004)

#35 The Strongest Form! Son Goku Becomes A Super Saiyan 4!! (01.29.1997)
Goku's Ascension (06.05.2004)

#36 An Immortal Beast!? The Atrocious Giant Ape Baby (02.05.1997)
The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks (06.12.2004)

#37 What a Turnout!! Baby and Son Goku -- Double KO!! (02.12.1997)
Old Kai's Last Stand (06.19.2004)

#38 The Revival Of Super Saiyan 4 With Everyone's Powers... (02.19.1997)
Family Bonds (06.26.2004)

#39 The Finale! At Last, Baby Is Annihilated (02.26.1997)
Baby Put To Rest (07.03.2004)

#40 Earth Explodes!! Piccolo's Grave Decision (03.05.1997)
Piccolo's Decision (07.10.2004)


#41 The Number One Under the Sun Tournament. Who Will Be Satan's Successor? (03.12.1997)
Curtain Call (07.17.2004)

#42 Die, Goku!! The Revived Villains Escape From Hell (04.16.1997)
A Dangerous Union (07.24.2004)

#43 The Villains of Hell!! The Revival of Cell and Frieza (04.23.1997)
The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza (07.31.2004)

#44 The Ultimate Android! The Two #17s Unite (04.30.1997)
17 Times 2 (08.07.2004)

#45 Hurry, Goku!! The Plan To Escape From Hell (05.14.1997)
Piccolo's Best Bet (08.14.2004)

#46 They Clash!! Super Saiyan Goku 4 Vs. Super #17 (05.28.1997)
Raising the Stakes (08.21.2004)

#47 A Grand Turnabout! Goku's and #18's Combo Attack Explodes (06.04.1997)
The Greatest Surprise (08.28.2004)


#48 A Shocking Surprise! Shenron Is Our Enemy?! (06.11.1997)
The Shadow Dragons (09.04.2004)

#49 The Strongest Enemy!? The Fearsome Underhanded Dragon (06.18.1997)
The Two-Star Dragon (09.11.2004)

#50 Down Goes Saiya-Power!? Electro-Dragon Wu Xing Long (06.25.1997)
The Five-Star Dragon (10.23.2004)

#51 Liu Xing Long! Find the Big Tornado Attack's Weak Point (07.02.1997)
The Six-Star Dragon (10.30.2004)

#52 Look Out, Pan! Possessed By Qi Xing Long (07.09.1997)
The Seven-Star Dragon (11.08.2004)

#53 Pan Dies!? A Tearful 10-Fold Kamehameha (07.16.1997)
Saying Goodbye (11.13.2004)

#54 6000 Degree Celsius Power! The Warrior of the Sun (08.06.1997)
The Four-Star Dragon (11.20.2004)

#55 Bulma's On the Job! The Vegeta-Remodeling Plan (08.13.1997)
The Heart of the Prince (11.27.2004)

#56 After the Sun Comes the Freeze! The Fire and Ice Dragon Brothers (08.20.1997)
The Three-Star Dragon (12.04.2004)

#57 An Overwhelmingly Strong Enemy!! The Ringleader of the Evil Dragons (09.03.1997)
The One-Star Dragon (12.11.2004)

#58 Time To Strike Back! Surpassing Super Saiyan 4 (09.10.1997)
Shadow Dragons Unite (12.18.2004)

#59 Friend Or Foe?... Giant Ape Vegeta On the Rampage (09.17.1997)
Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta (12.25.2004)

#60 Fu--sion!! The Ultimate Super Gogeta (10.22.1997)
Super Saiyan 4 Fusion (01.01.2005)

#61 I Won't Lose!! Goku Swallows the Si Xing Qiu (10.29.1997)
The Limits of Power (01.08.2005)

#62 Rescue Goku!! The Last Ally Enters the Fray (11.05.1997)
Rescue Goku (01.15.2005)

#63 A Miraculous Come-From-Behind Victory!! Goku Saves the Universe (11.12.1997)
Universal Allies (01.22.2005)

#64 Goodbye, Goku... 'Till the Day We Meet Again (11.19.1997)
Until We Meet Again (01.29.2005)


Dragon Ball GT: A Hero’s Legacy
(03.26.1997 Japan / 11.16.2004 US DVD / 12.30.2012 US TV)



Brice Armstrong (1936) as Sugoro
Elise Baughman (1972) as Pan
Duncan Brannan (1970) as Dr. Myuu
John Burgmeier (1974) as Shusugoro
Bob Carter (1973) as Syn Shenron
Chris Cason (1974) as Shu
Andrew Chandler (1979) as General Rilldo, the Narrator
Dameon Clarke (1972) as Cell
Justin Cook (1982) as Dende
Cynthia Cranz (1969) as Chi-Chi
Pariksi Fakhri (1975) as Bulla
Julie Franklin (1973) as Mai
Kyle Hebert (1969) as Gohan
Chuck Huber (1971) as Emperor Pilaf, Android 17
Susan Huber (credited as Lucy Small) as Videl
Josh Martin (1975) as Majin Buu
Robert McCollum (1971) as Goten
Meredith McCoy (1980) as Android 18, Marron
Mike McFarland (1970) as  Master Roshi, Baby
Stephanie Nadolny (1971) as Goku (child)
Chris Rager (1973) as Mr. Satan
Christopher Sabat (1973) as Vegeta, Mr. Popo, Piccolo, Yamcha, Shenron
Sean Schemmel (1968) as Goku (adult), King Kai
Sonny Strait (1965) as Giru, Krillin
Sean Michael Teague (1970) as Uub
Eric Vale (1974) as Trunks
Tiffany Vollmer (1973) as Bulma
Kent Williams (1964) as Kibito Kai, Old Kai, Dr. Gero
Linda Young (1953) as Frieza


Jennifer Bain as Android 18, Frieza
Ethan Cole as Piccolo, Android 17
Leda Davies (1985) as Bulla
Matthew Erickson (1980) as Trunks
Dean Galloway as Emperor Pilaf, Master Roshi, King Kai
Dan Gascon as Krillin, Shusugoro
Robert Scott Hendrickson as Goten
Jennifer Holder as Videl
Adam Hunter (1982) as Baby
Brendan Hunter (1979) as Uub
Ben Jeffery as Cell
Jonathan Love as Shu, Sugar, Dr. Gero
Caitlynne Medrek (1989) as Pan
Debbie Munro as Chi-Chi, Mai
Kristin Nowosad as Bulma
Steve Olson as Old Kai, General Rilldo, Narrator
Dave Pettitt (1972) as Mr. Satan, Dr. Myuu, Shenron
Corby Proctor as Majin Buu
Scott Roberts (1978) as Uub (first episode only), Gohan
Roger Rhodes as Vegeta, Kibito Kai
Nathan Simpson as Giru
Zoe Slusar as Goku (child)
Lori Barnes Smith as Marron
Noah Umholtz as Syn Shenron
Jeffery Watson as Dende
Jeremiah Yurk a Goku (adult)

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