Dragon Ball GT Remastered Uncut Season 1 (5 Disc Set)

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With Goku a child again the adventures just come rolling in once more. Also the fact that he is still as powerful as ever just spices is it up a bit.The lost episodes are very cool to watch because you get to see some really strange new enemies and the concept of the black star balls is also terrific. This is a definate buy for anyone who likes to watch the toughest of the tough go head to head in an all out battle for the universe.

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"Dragonball magic"
5 stars"
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The dragonball universe continues with it's tongue in cheek humour & fantastic fights…

"Not as good as DBZ but still watchable"
3 stars"
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Dragon Ball GT, while retaining much of the humour that made the Dragon Ball Z series so great, doesn't quite live up to its predecessor, although you do get the feeling they're paying homage to what's gone before with it, particularly with the second season. Turning Goku back into a child was a risky move but at least it means his legacy lasts longer. Because it is not a part of the Japanese Manga there is no need for “filler” episodes and so the season is much shorter than the previous incarnations.


After enduring trials that would have crushed any other soul, Goku is now faced with the most important journey of his life. The Dragon Balls have been scattered to the ends of creation! The universe is dense with danger and the Saiyan hero must plunge head first into the peril. If the seven magic relics of Shenron are not gathered within a year's time, Earth will meet with final catastrophe!

Alongside his friends Pan and Trunks, Goku will struggle against the most formidable evils yet, be they savage beast with the power to crumble mountains, false gods intent on sacrificing those who believe, or cruel manipulators of science who seek to strip the good of all power. The countdown to oblivion has begun… and before the clock strikes eternal midnight, the most incredible menace to ever threaten existence will rise!

Contains episodes 1-34. Note: episodes 1-16 were previously released as the "lost episodes."

DVD Special Features

- 24 page booklet with character profiles & episode summaries
- Creditless opening and endings
- Original Japanese version
- Original English audio with original English music
- Original English audio with Japanese music

Release date Australia
May 20th, 2009
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 4
  • Standard Edition
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.33 : 1
English, Japanese
Length (Minutes)
Country of Production
  • Japan
  • Animation
Box Dimensions (mm)
All-time sales rank
Top 5000
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