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  • Actors: Stephanie Nadolny, Elise Baughman, Andrew Chandler, Masako Nozawa, Yûko Minaguchi
  • Directors: Minoru Okazaki
  • Writers: Eric Vale, Akira Toriyama, Andrew Rye
  • Producers: Cindy Brennan Fukunaga, Daniel Cocanougher, Gen Fukunaga
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: April 15, 2003
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008DDUI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #393,422 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Ball GT - Affliction (Vol. 1)" on IMDb

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The adventures of Goku continue…but this time our hero has a small problem; The devious Emperor Pilaf has wished Goku back to childhood through the power of the Eternal Dragon! What’s worse is that Goku and Trunks are on the verge of having their bodies used for twisted scientific experimentation on the machine planet, M2! All hope lies in Pan, Goku’s own granddaughter! Will Pan arrive in time to thwart the plans of the wicked Dr. Myuu? And what about the incredibly powerful General Rilldo?! Plus, an evil power looms large on the horizon--a power that threatens to destroy all humanity!

Customer Reviews

Even if the ending of DBZ sucked,this series ruins Dragon Ball/Z for life.
Tessa-chan
I don't got a problem with little girls, but I don't want to watch a 60 episode series with a 16 year old having a 4 year old voice.
mdizzog
After she rescues them Goku faces off against the Sigma force (think Ginyu Force with RObots) and then Genral Rildu.
Vicente Drago

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By James Frykman on October 21, 2003
Episode 1: A Grand Problem (Ep. 1-16 in Japan)
This episode is a poorly assembled collection of the first 16 episodes of the Japanese version. It cotains a good portion of the Japanese first episode and then skips ahead to the 16th episode near the end.
Episode 2: Pan's Gambit (Ep. 17 in Japan)
Episode 3: Unexpected Power (Ep. 18 in Japan)
Episode 4: A General Uprising (Ep. 19 in Japan)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. Davis on April 20, 2003
FUNimation announced long ago that it was starting in the middle of things with DBGT, making a composite of the first dozen or so episodes for the initial release with plans to release the full episodes later on. Those first episodes, as someone else said, were hated in Japan. So much so that, even after changing gears, the show never fully recovered and was cancelled far sooner than its forerunners. So FUNimation, for better or worse, decided to kick start the show this way.
"Affliction," the foundation for the last tales of Dragon Ball, borrows much thematically from the later DBZ sagas. What still disappoint are the new character designs (GT picks up 10 years later, but Trunks looks younger in GT than he did at the end of DBZ) and even with the edits, one senses the real story won't begin till the gang gets back to Earth. Overall, the first DVD does what it needs to do, introduces us and sets up for the wild action to come that DB fans expect.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T. McHugh on July 24, 2004
Do not buy this unless you want a horrible memory of DBGT! Funimation did the worst job I have even seen bringing a Anime to America, First the cut out the 1st 15 episodes of DBGT, then they changed all of the music and the opening to some trash Rock/Rap. And the voice acting is horrible. 3 years ago I downloaded Super5's Sub DBGT's of the japanese series, and it was the best anime I had ever seen. It was the best Dragon Ball series. But when Funimation came out with this Id have to say its the worst Anime. The music on the origanals was so good, I just loved the opening theme with the animation. And now they have crap cuts from the show that make it look bad. If you want to watch DBGT how it was ment to be seen search "Super5" on your fav p2p software.Its breaking the law, but you may never see it in your life. But only buy this if you want some crap that will leave bad memorys of the end of the Dragon Ball saga
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 18, 2003
For those of you like me who went out and bought this tape and saw the first episode on it and was thoroughly disappointed with it because of the "butcher" job they did on it, don't get too upset. That first episode "A Grand Problem" is not Episode 1 of the English language series. According to the FAQ on the official DBGT website, "A Grand Problem" is a "primer" episode that is meant to provide some exposition to what has happened in the series up to that point (about the 16th episode of the Japanese series). FUNimation was aware that Japanese audiences considered the first part of DBGT to be the weakest part of the series, so to generate strong interest in the beginning for the U.S. release, FUNimation mostly skipped over the first 16 episodes.
So when will the actual beginning of DBGT be released in the U.S. in its entirety? It's hard to say, but hardcore Dragon Ball fans rest assured, according to FUNimation, it will be released someday.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James A. Martin on April 12, 2003
I watched this volume of Dragonball GT last night. I have to say that it is all right. They did skip around the first 15 episodes and condensed them to one edited episode. This DVD has four episodes, but the first one is edited english only. That is the episode that condenses the first 15 episodes. The other three episodes are english uncut and original japanese, but they start around episode 16 or so.
GT was different at the begining. Funimation wants to appeal to the fans that like the action that Dragonball Z had. This can be seen in the opening sequence for the english version. It focus on the super saiyans and the future villans. The english theme song is not very good, but the japanes theme song is execellent.
The english version is all right except that they skipped the first 15 episodes or so. They did this on purpose. They did it to get striaght to the action to appeal to the DBZ fans. I think this was a mistake. I did hear a rumor that they are just skipping these episoeds temporaley. They might release them later, but even if they do they probaley won't air on cartoon network.
This DVD is great if you are willing to start with episode 16 or so and to have a extremely edited begging to explain the basic story. I am pretty sure that the rest of GT should be intact at least on the DVDs.
There is a chance they might release the uncut first 15 episodes at some point, but until then I will collect the uncut DVDs of the episodes that they do offer.
Funimation is correcting some of there editing mistakes. I am pretty sure they are working on uncut english versions of the first two seasons of DBZ and maybe they will do the same for DBGT. Until then I will take what I can get.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 1, 2005
You may not know it, but FUNimation did us a favor in releasing this DVD. The first 16 episodes were skipped but can be picked up on "Lost Episodes" DVDs.The English version has horrible music, rap. The menus look bad. The extras are bad(with the exclusion of the Japanese Textless Songs). The English Version overall is bad. But FUNimation has a PERFECT JAPANESE VERSION. Unlike Dragonball/Z DVDs it has the original Kanji Credits and the next episode previews in each episode. For any Japanese Version Fan who cares for GT should get this!
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