This dub of Dragon Ball Z was heavily edited for content, as well as length; reducing the first 67 episodes into 53, and is often referred to as the Ocean dub or Saban dub.
This redub is often referred to as the FUNimation dub.
In the FUNimation dub of the series, the original four sagas were furthered divided into a total of sixteen sagas: Vegeta Saga (Saiyan Saga) , Namek Saga, Captain Ginyu Saga, Frieza Saga, Garlic Jr.
Saga, Trunks Saga, Androids Saga, Imperfect Cell Saga, Perfect Cell Saga, Cell Games Saga, Great Saiyaman Saga, World Tournament Saga, Babidi Saga, Majin Buu Saga, Fusion Saga, and Kid Buu Saga.
In 2004, Geneon/Pioneer Entertainment's (which owned the rights to Dragon Ball Z's home video distribution) license expired, and the rights to home video distribution of the series was acquired by FUNimation, which included the video rights to the first 53 (67 originally) episodes of the series.
This is a list of Dragon Ball Z episodes and movies.
For a list of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT episodes, see the list of Dragon Ball episodes and the list of Dragon Ball GT episodes.For the recut Dragon Ball Z Kai episodes, see the list of Dragon Ball Z Kai episodes.For a list of Dragon Ball Super episodes, see List of Dragon Ball Super episodes.Dragon Ball Z is the second series in the Dragon Ball anime franchise.In Japan it ran from 1989-1996, and was an extremely popular show, spanning a total of 291 episodes.In the original Toei Animation production of the series in Japan, the series was divided into four major plot arcs known as sagas: Saiyan Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Buu Saga.