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Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Release Date, Voice Cast, Plot, And EveryThing We Know So Far

By Editorial Team

August 25, 2022

Toei's Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest, commonly known as The Strongest Guy in the World in English, is the second feature film in the Dragon Ball Z franchise and a Japanese animated science fiction martial

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It debuted in Japan on March 10, 1990, between episodes 39 and 40 of Dragon Ball Z, at the "Toei Manga Matsuri" film festival, with the second Akuma-Kun film (Welcome to Devil Land) and the 1990 film adaptation of Sally the Witch.

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– Son Goku / Kakarot voiced by Sean Schemmel – Dr. Wheelo, voiced by R Bruce Elliott – Son Gohan, voiced by Stephanie Nadolny – Dr. Kochin, voiced by Troy = Baker

Voice Cast 

– Piccolo voiced by Christopher Sabat –Master Roshi, voiced by Mike McFarland –Bulma, voiced by Tiffany Vollmer –Chi-Chi, voiced by Cynthia Cranz –Oolong, voiced by Brad Jackson

Voice Cast 

 – Kishime, voiced by Chris Rager –Ebifurya, voiced by Matthew Tompkins –Misokatsun, voiced by Robert McCollum –Turtle, voiced by Christopher Sabat –Shenron, voiced by Christopher Sabat

Voice Cast 

It was released in North America on VHS and DVD on May 26, 1998, with an English dub produced by Pioneer Entertainment in collaboration with Funimation. The original Ocean Productions TV series voice cast was used in Pioneer's dub.

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Daisuke Nishio is a director and animator from Japan. In 1981, he began working as an animator for Toei Doga. 

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Gohan and Oolong are on the search for the legendary Dragon Balls. Their radar indicates that another unknown party is collecting orbs. They investigate a massive ice wall where Piccolo is practicing.

Plot

Meanwhile, after successfully collecting all of the Dragon Balls, the mad scientist Dr. Kochin summons the everlasting dragon Shenron and wishes for Dr. Willow and his lab to be rescued from the ice.

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