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Goku embarks on a journey to test his strength against the best of the best!

Driven by his promise to a heartbroken young boy, Goku completes his training under Master Korin and prepares for a brutal rematch with Mercenary Tao! These two powerful warriors trade blows in a furious flurry of Dodon Rays and Kamehameha Waves, but that’s only the beginning of this adventure.

The Red Ribbon Army continues to cast a dark shadow across the land as they inch ever closer to attaining ultimate power. Only Goku can halt their reign of terror and resurrect a fallen friend, but first he’ll have to fight for possession of the seven Dragon Balls!

To complete his quest, Goku must beat a fortune-teller at her own game; slam the door on Demon Land; tame the dread Inoshikacho, and survive a beating from a masked dead man. His journey will be filled with danger, but with each victory, Goku gains the strength needed to emerge victorious from the upcoming World Martial Arts Tournament!

Don’t miss the coming of age of the greatest warrior the world has ever known in Dragon Ball Season Three!


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Product Details

  • Actors: Stephanie Nadolny, Tiffany Vollmer, Sonny Strait
  • Directors: Justin Cook
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, Color, Box set, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Japanese (Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: February 2, 2010
  • Run Time: 745 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002Y0KR70
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,121 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Ball: Season 3" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Great set to add to the collection.
D. Weyant
You will be entertained from season 1, episode 1 to the last episode of season 5.
Danial Vereb
This brought back memories when I was younger and I loved every second of it.
loki

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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Razz N Jazz on December 3, 2009
Format: DVD
Dragon Ball is an amazing series. While Dragon Ball Z is the more famous anime series because of all its super battles, Dragon Ball is actually a little bit more enjoyable because of its light-hearted humor mixed with more traditional fight scenes. With Dragon Ball FUNimation is releasing the series in an amazing and affordable format. These releases are much better handled than the Dragon Ball Z releases being that they are not cropped and the original opening and closing themes are sung in English! If you're a fan of the Dragon Ball manga or Dragon Ball Z, then I truly suggest you get Dragon Ball. With a release of 30-31 episodes a season this volume is the midway point of the series.

Volume 1: Episodes 1-31 (31 episodes) Pilaf Saga -> Training/1st Tournament Saga -> Start of Red Ribbon Army Saga

Volume 2: Episodes 32-61 (30 episodes) Continuation of Red Ribbon Army Saga

The following are pure speculation and often FUNimation makes wacky choices when they divided their seasons, but if they had any sense volumes 4 & 5 should be the way I list it here as it would complete two sagas with their respective season releases.

Volume 3: Episodes 62-92 (31 episodes) End of Red Ribbon Army Saga -> The Complete Fortuneteller Baba Saga -> Start of Tien Shinhan/2nd Tournament Saga

62 "Sacred Water"
63 "The Return of Goku"
64 "The Last of Mercenary Tao"
65 "Confront the Red Ribbon Army"
66 "A Real Bind"
67 "The End of Commander Red "
68 "The Last Dragon Ball"
69 "Who is Fortuneteller Baba?
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L. Marek on February 14, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I have always loved Dragonball Z since it debuted in America in 1996. I own every episode and have watched the series beginning to end more times than I can count. The crazy thing is I never watched Dragonball until now in 2010. I absolutely love it. I bought the season 1, 2, and 3 box sets and I am addicted to it. It changes the way I look at DBZ, I love them both. My only problem is waiting for the last 2 box sets. I wish I became a fan later this year :). I could watch it on the net but waiting 2-3 months will make it an even greater treat and my anticipation will be through the roof. I love the Japanese music they have, its different than the American music in that there are a lot more quiet scenes in DB than the Faulconer dub of DBZ. In the BF DBZ dub they play music for everything in this there are more quiet scenes. Its great!
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t's the series that started it all... "Dragon Ball". Originally, a manga series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama for "Shonen Jump", the manga series lasted from 1984 through 1995 and since the manga series has produced several anime series which include "Dragon Ball", "Dragon Ball Z", "Dragon Ball GT" and currently in Japan, a new HD broadcasting of "Dragon Ball Kai" and in 2009, an American live action film titled "Dragonball Evolution" was released worldwide.

"Dragon Ball" is the first arc of the series which aired in Japan from 1986 through 1989 and lasted for 153 episodes. The series was released by Harmony Gold USA in the late 80's and then by FUNimation Entertainment in 1995 and uncut episodes were released on DVD in 2003.

And now the episodes have been released in the USA uncut, remastered and digitally restored. In Feb. 2010, the third season of "Dragon Ball" was released with 31 episodes on five discs.

"Dragon Ball - Season Three" features a total of 31 episodes on five DVD's. Here is a spoiler-less summary of each episode:

DISC 1:

* EPISODE 62 - Sacred Water - Goku tries to get the magic water from Korin.
* EPISODE 63 - The Return of Goku - Goku goes to find Mercenary Tao.
* EPISODE 64 - The Last of Mercenary Tao - Mercenary Tao tries to climb the Tower of Korin.
* EPISODE 65 - Confront the Red Army - Goku goes to confront the Red Ribbon Army.
* EPISODE 66 - A Real Bind - Goku goes to take on Commander Red.
* EPISODE 67 - The End of Commander Red - Goku vs. Officer Black
* EPISODE 68 - The Last Dragon Ball - Goku vs. Commander Black
* EPISODE 69 - Who is Fortuneteller Baba? - Goku and friends go to meet Fortuneteller Baba in order to find the seventh Dragon Ball.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By H. Tague on May 4, 2010
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Dragon Ball Season 3 features the last episodes of the Red Ribbon Army saga, the complete Baba Saga, and the beginning of the twenty second world tournament also known as the Tienshinhan Saga.

For starters we finally get to see Goku complete his training atop Korin's tower and get his rematch with Tao. The second round between the two is the best fight to date, but it will be outdone even by the end of this set. Things finally start to get better from here.

After apparently killing Tao and getting his revenge for Bora's death, Goku decides to take the battle right to the Red Ribbon army. Roshi, Krillin, and Yamcha try to join in, but the battle is over by the time they arrive. Goku single-handedly takes out every single member of the army with no help at all. He doesn't even have any trouble until he runs into Assistant Black, but even then Black is no real challenge for Goku. Even with the aid of a rather robust looking mecha suit, Black is simply no match for Goku. Finally the monolithic ship that was the Red Ribbon Army saga has sunk and we can put it behind us.

But with the death of Bora Goku finds renewed vigor for hunting for the dragon balls. Aided by his friends and the young Upa, the team sets out to find all seven balls so they can restore the life of Upa's father Bora. However the dragon radar has broken. With no alternative, the team visits Roshi's sister, the fortune teller Baba. However the old witch isn't willing to help the kids unless they prove themselves by completing her tournament. Baba's fighters are largely unimpressive. First there's a vampire, who actually manage to defeat Krillin but is then beaten by the tag team of Puar and Upa (yeah, picture that one!).
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Does it play the US background music or only Japanese?
There was only Japanese music in the US version EVER. So it was never different.
Feb 25, 2010 by AKJ |  See all 2 posts
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Nov 23, 2009 by D. Clopton |  See all 9 posts
Who will preorder?
What fan of anime wouldn't? I haven't yet but I will. I haven't finished watching Season Two yet though (hard to find the time between watching Big O 1 and 2 again and R.O.D in addition), so I'll wait until I do.
That said is the best anime of all time so of course I will.
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