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Dragon Ball Movies by DeAgostini Hellas

The Greek dub of the Dragon Ball anime started airing in Greece and Cyprus in 1995.

Dragon Ball

The Greek dub of the original Dragon Ball anime started airing on ANT1 on September 16, 1995 and ended on February 14, 1998. Last reruns on ANT1 were in 1999. The series started getting released on DVD on June 8, 2011 by DeAgostini Hellas. A few scenes from the original TV airings were missing in the DVD release. The Greek dub is airing again in Cyprus since January 2019 (or late 2018) on Smile TV Cyprus. Smile TV's footage comes from the Japanese Dragon Boxes and their audio from DeAgostini's DVDs. They have also added the insert songs that were missing.

Voice Actors
Guest Voice Actors
  • Ilias Plakidis (guest VA in ep. 34)
  • Zoi Rigopoulou (guest VA in eps. 96-97)
Recording, Mixing

Kostas Skiadas

Script Translation

Nikoleta Samoili

Theme Song performance

Panos Tsaparas, Anna Merkouri

Music teaching

Panos Tsaparas

Dialogue-Video matching / Direction

Dimitra Dimitriadou

Recorded at
  • Cine TV Video Productions
  • Studio SPK Video Film Television


In the Greek DVD release by DeAgostini Hellas, a scene from episode 33 and the whole episode 77 had been redubbed with new voice actors. In the redubbed scene of episode 33 Stelios Kalathas is voicing Master Roshi while in the redub of episode 77 Stelios Kalathas is Shu, Krillin and the narrator, Maria Zisi is Kid Goku, Mai and Puar, Emi Stilianidou is Bulma, Fortuneteller Baba and Upa, Panagiotis Tsitsas is Pilaf and an unknown/unidentified voice actor is Grandpa Gohan, Yamcha and Master Roshi.

Dragon Ball Z

The Greek dub of Dragon Ball Z started airing on ANT1 on February 15, 1998 and ended on March 30, 2003. Last reruns on ANT1 were in 2005. The series started getting released on VHS on March 6, 2002 by DeAgostini Hellas but only the first 100 episodes were released. On December 27, 2007 DeAgostini Hellas started releasing all the episodes of Dragon Ball Z on DVD. Apart from the original Japanese version, the Greek dub of DBZ was based on other dubbed versions such as the Latin American (Cell Saga) and the French (episodes 188-291). The series returned on TV in Greece and Cyprus on April 20, 2017 on Smile TV. Smile TV's footage comes from Funimation's Remastered Box Sets and their audio from DeAgostini's DVDs with the exception of the first 35 episodes (their footage was from ANT1's VHS tapes). Later, they started re-airing the first 35 episodes with footage from Funimation's Remastered Box Sets as well.

Voice Actors
Guest Voice Actors
  • Yiorgos Mazis (guest VA in ep. 13)
  • Maria Bonikou (guest VA in eps. 16, 38-40, 42 & 56-59)
  • Yiannis Stefopoulos (guest VA in eps. 66-67)
  • Yiorgos Konstantis (guest VA in eps. 68-69)
  • Yiorgos Hadjigeorgiou (guest VA in eps. 70-77)
  • Antonis Pallis (guest VA in eps. 80-81, 86-87 & 111-112)
  • Zoi Rigopoulou (guest VA in eps. 60-63 & 66-77)
  • Chrysa Samara (guest VA in eps. 78-79 & 82-85)
  • Ifigenia Staikou (guest VA in eps. 52-53)
  • Chrysa Spilioti (guest VA in eps. 190-191)
Director

Mihalis Ballis

Recording, Mixing

Dimitris Pantazis

Recorded at
  • Studio SPK Video Film Television
  • Studio Lysis
  • Studio Triton S.A.


In the Greek DVD release of Dragon Ball Z by DeAgostini Hellas, episode 197 had been redubbed for unknown reasons. The redub of this episode was shown in the rebroadcasts of Dragon Ball Z on Smile TV.

Dragon Ball GT

The Greek dub of Dragon Ball GT started getting a DVD release on December 9, 2008 by DeAgostini Hellas. This series was never broadcasted on Greek TV. The Greek dub of Dragon Ball GT was based on the Italian dub.

Voice Actors
  • Stelios Kalathas (Goku, Narrator, Giru and others)
  • Dimitris Mylonas (Vegeta, Trunks, Gohan and others)
  • Orfeas Zafeiropoulos (eps. 1-18)
  • Panagiotis Tsitsas (Baby, Piccolo and others)
  • Tzimis Apergis (Android 17, Omega Shenron and others)
  • Sotiris Laskaris (Gogeta)
  • Maria Zisi (Kid Goku, Pan and others)
  • Emi Stilianidou (Bulma, Chi-Chi and others)
Director

Maria Zisi

Script Translation

Lila Tsagaraki

Recorded at

Alfa Zita Sound Studios

Dragon Ball/Z/GT Movies & TV Specials

The Dragon Ball/Z/GT Movies and TV Specials started getting a DVD release on August 31, 2010 by DeAgostini Hellas. The Greek dub of these Movies and TV Specials was based on the Italian dub. At the time of this writing, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ haven't been dubbed in Greek.

Voice Actors
  • Stelios Kalathas (Goku, Narrator and others)
  • Dimitris Mylonas (Vegeta, Future Trunks, Gohan in DBZ Movies 10 & 12 and others)
  • Zaharias Rohas (Bardock, Bojack, Piccolo in DBZ Movie 6 and others)
  • Tzimis Apergis (Tien, Yamcha, Cooler, Broly in DBZ Movie 7, Tapion and others)
  • Panagiotis Tsitsas (Piccolo in DBZ Movies 1-5, 7 & 9 and DBZ TV Special 2, Master Roshi in DB Movies 1 & 3 and DBZ Movie 13 and others)
  • Thodoris Prokopiou (Master Roshi in DB Movie 2, DBZ Movies 1-4, 6, 8 & 9 and DBZ TV Special 2, King Kai in DBZ Movies 8, 9 & 12, Bido and others)
  • Orfeas Zafeiropoulos (Master Roshi in DB Movie 4 and DBZ Movies 5 & 7, Neiz and others)
  • Rafaello Georgitsis (Turles, Android 13, Future Android 17, Paragus and others)
  • Dimitris Antoniou (Garlic Jr., Piccolo in DBZ Movie 8 and others)
  • Sotiris Laskaris (Daiz, Salza, Broly in DBZ Movie 10 and others)
  • Nikos Gesoulis (Narrator in DB Movie 2)
  • Maria Zisi (Kid Goku, Kid Gohan and others)
  • Emi Stilianidou (Bulma, Chi-Chi, Frieza and others)
  • Konstantina Koutsiou (Krillin till DBZ Movie 9, Kid Trunks)
  • Eftihia Fanarioti (Oolong in DB Movie 4 and DBZ Movies 5-7, Goten in DBZ Movies 10 & 12 and others)
  • Diana Kavetsou (Oolong in DB Movies 1 & 3, DBZ Movies 2 & 9 and DBZ TV Special 2, Bulma in DB Movie 4 and others)
  • Eirini Georgalaki (Oolong in DB Movie 2 and DBZ Movies 3, 4 & 8)
  • Flora Fleva (Puar in DB Movie 4)
Director

Maria Zisi

Recording, Mixing

Sotiris Laskaris (DB Movie 4, DBZ Movies 1-7, 9, 10 & 12, DBZ TV Special 1, DBGT TV Special), Yiorgos Chrysanthakopoulos (DB Movies 1-3, DBZ Movies 8, 11 & 13, DBZ TV Special 2)

Recorded at

Alfa Zita Sound Studios

Dragon Ball Z Kai

At the time of this writing, Dragon Ball Z Kai hasn't been dubbed in Greek.

Dragon Ball Super

The Greek dub of Dragon Ball Super started airing in Greece on December 26, 2018 on Nickelodeon. The dub is based on the original Japanese version. At the time of this writing, only 27 episodes have been dubbed in Greek.

Voice Actors
  • Tasos Ntapantas (Goku)
  • Konstantinos Kakkanas (Vegeta, Beerus, Piccolo and others)
  • Panagiotis Apostolopoulos (Whis, Gohan, Frieza and others)
  • Pimis Petrou (Krillin, Buu and others)
  • Vasilis Milios (Narrator, Mr. Satan, Tien and others)
  • Ifigenia Staikou (Bulma, Videl, Pilaf and others)
  • Dionysia Tsitiridou (Chi-Chi, Kid Trunks and others)
  • Stephanie Filiadi (Goten and others)
Director

Konstantinos Kakkanas

Script Translation / Dialogue-Video matching

Niki Georgakakou

Recording, Mixing

Tasos Hamosfakidis

Production

TILEKINISI LOCAL TV S.A.

Supervision

TOEI ANIMATION EUROPE S.A.S.

Recorded at

CITY STUDIOS ATHENS

Trivia

  • In some episodes of the Greek dub of Dragon Ball, they changed General Blue's gender and made him female.
  • In the Greek dub of Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, the Movies and TV Specials, Frieza is female. In episodes 78-87 of Dragon Ball Z and in Dragon Ball Super, Frieza is male. Frieza has also a male voice in a flashback in the Cell Saga and in episodes 284 & 286 from the Buu Saga.
  • In the Greek dub of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, many evil extraterrestrial characters such as Piccolo, Vegeta, Frieza or Cell have a voice filter in their voices. The Namekians have that voice filter too.
  • On October 1, 2014, the Greek voice actor of Goku in Dragon Ball Super (Tasos Ntapantas) had interviewed Sean Schemmel for a radio show of Greek Otaku Radio.
  • According to Box Office Mojo, the infamous Hollywood live-action film adaption Dragonball Evolution (Dragonball: Η Εξέλιξη) came out in movie theaters in Greece and Cyprus on July 9, 2009. The movie has also come out on DVD by Odeon with Greek Subs (among others).
  • There are some unknown/unidentified voices in the Greek dub such as a female voice in episode 81 of Dragon Ball, another female voice in episodes 284-285 of Dragon Ball Z, a male voice in episodes 41-42 of Dragon Ball GT and another male voice from Alfa Zita Sound Studios (Bora in DB Movie 3, Lord Slug in DBZ Movie 4, Grandpa Gohan, Yamcha and Master Roshi in the redubbed episode 77 and others).
  • In the first broadcast of eps. 1 & 2 of Dragon Ball Super on Nickelodeon, the narrator is Konstantinos Kakkanas. In the rebroadcast of these episodes and afterwards the narrator is Vasilis Milios.
  • In 2020 Panos Tsaparas in collaboration with Sakana Mepa (an Anime/Geeky music cover band from Greece) sang after 25 years the Greek opening of Dragon Ball.
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