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Complete List of VHS Releases

Postby Hujio » Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:46 pm

So, YBM has been asking for this for a while now, and since I'm in the giving mood, I've compiled a complete list of VHS releases. I'm pretty confident in mostly all of the dates, but if you can prove me wrong, please do! I don't think it helps that I never paid much attention to the VHS releases. I included all of the moves, but opted to leave out the box sets because I'm lazy and tired of looking up dates. Be sure you pay attention to the fact that like the DVDs, many tapes were released out of order or skipped. I also have all of the VHS cover art, but for the sake of conserving space, I'm not going to post them all. Enjoy~!

Dragon Ball (KidMark)
September 24, 1996 – Dragon Ball: Secret of Dragon Ball (001-002)
September 24, 1996 – Dragon Ball: The Nimbus Cloud of Roshi (003-004)
September 24, 1996 – Dragon Ball: Curse of Blood Rubies (Full-Length Feature; DB Movie 01)
March 25, 1997 – Dragon Ball: Yamcha the Desert Bandit (005-006)
March 25, 1997 – Dragon Ball: Ox King on Fire Mountain (007-008)
March 25, 1997 – Dragon Ball: Boss Rabbit's Magic Touch (009-010)
July 28, 1998 – Dragon Ball: The Legend of Goku (011-013)

Dragon Ball Z
August 19, 1997 – Dragon Ball Z: Arrival (001-004 US / 001-006 JP)
October 28, 1997 – Dragon Ball Z: The Saiyans (005-007 US / 007-011 JP)
October 28, 1997 – Dragon Ball Z: Snake Way (008-010 US / 012-016 JP)
January 27, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Pendulum Room (011-013 US / 017-019 JP)
January 27, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Doom (014-016 US / 020-023 JP)
February 24, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Immortals (017-019 US / 023-026 JP)
February 24, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Destruction (020-022 US / 026-030 JP)
April 28, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Showdown (023-025 US / 030-034 JP)
April 28, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Departure (026-028 US / 034-039 JP)
June 30, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Rebirth (029-031 US / 040-043 JP)
June 30, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Namek (032-034 US / 044-047 JP)
August 25, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Betrayal (035-037 US / 047-050 JP)
August 25, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Collision (038-040 US / 050-053 JP)
October 27, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Quest (041-043 US / 053-056 JP)
October 27, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Trouble (044-046 US / 056-059 JP)
November 17, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: The Ginyu Force (047-049 US / 060-062 JP)
November 17, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiyan?! (050-053 US / 063-067 JP)
--NOTE: Uncut VHS/DVD Releases Begin--
April 26, 1999 – Captain Ginyu: Assault (054-056 US / 068-070 JP)
April 26, 1999 – Captain Ginyu: Double Cross (057-060 US / 071-074 JP)
May 15, 1999 – Frieza: The Summoning (061-063 US / 075-077 JP)
May 15, 1999 – Frieza: Transformation (064-066 US / 078-081 JP)
August 31, 1999 – Frieza: Revealed (067-069 US / 082-084 JP)
August 31, 1999 – Frieza: Death of a Prince (070-072 US / 085-087 JP)
November 16, 1999 – Frieza: Clash (073-075 US / 088-090 JP)
November 16, 1999 – Frieza: Desperation (076-078 US/ 091-093 JP)
November 16, 1999 – Frieza: Super Saiyan Goku (079-081 US / 094-096 JP)
January 18, 2000 – Frieza: Eleventh Hour (082-085 US / 097-100 JP)
January 18, 2000 – Garlic Jr.: Black Water Mist (093-095 US / 108-110 JP)
February 15, 2000 – Frieza: Fall of a Tyrant (086-088 US / 101-104 JP)
February 15, 2000 – Garlic Jr.: Sacred Water (096-098 US / 111-113)
March 14, 2000 – Frieza: Namek's End (090-092 US / 105-107 JP)
March 14, 2000 – Garlic Jr.: Vanquished (099-102 US / 114-117 JP)
May 23, 2000 – Trunks: Mysterious Youth (103-105 US / 118-120 JP)
May 23, 2000 – Trunks: Prelude to Terror (106-108 US / 121-123 JP)
July 4, 2000 – Androids: Prepare (111-114 US / 126-129 JP)
July 4, 2000 – Androids: Dr. Gero (115-117 US / 130-132 JP)
August 15, 2000 – Androids: Assassins (118-120 US / 133-135 JP)
August 15, 2000 – Androids: Invincible (121-124 US / 136-139 JP)
September 19, 2000 – Z Warriors Prepare (109-110 US / 124-125 JP)
October 24, 2000 – Imperfect Cell: Encounter (125-127 US / 140-142 JP)
December 26, 2000 – Imperfect Cell: Discovery (128-130 US / 143-145 JP)
December 26, 2000 – Imperfect Cell: Race Against Time (131-133 US / 146-148 JP)
January 23, 2001 – Great Saiyaman: Opening Ceremony (180-182 US / 195-197 JP)
January 23, 2001 – Great Saiyaman: Final Round (183-185 US / 198-200 JP)
February 20, 2001 – Imperfect Cell: 17's End (134-137 US / 149-152 JP)
February 20, 2001 – Perfect Cell: Hunt For 18 (138-140 US / 153-155 JP)
March 20, 2001 – Great Saiyaman: Gohan's Secret (186-188 US / 201-203 JP)
March 20, 2001 – Great Saiyaman: Declaration (189-191 US / 204-206 JP)
April 17, 2001 – Perfect Cell: Temptation (141-143 US / 156-158 JP)
April 17, 2001 – Perfect Cell: Perfection (144-146 US / 159-161 JP)
April 17, 2001 – Great Saiyaman: Crash Course (192-194 US / 207-209 JP)
April 17, 2001 – World Tournament: Junior Division (195-197 US / 210-212 JP)
June 19, 2001 – Perfect Cell: Unstoppable (147-150 US / 162-165 JP)
June 19, 2001 – The Cell Games: Ultimatum (151-153 US / 166-168 JP)
July 17, 2001 – World Tournament: The Draw (198-200 US / 213-215 JP)
July 17, 2001 – World Tournament: Blackout (201-204 US / 216-219 JP)
August 28, 2001 – Babidi: Descent (205-207 US / 220-222 JP)
August 28, 2001 – Babidi: Battle Royal (208-210 US / 223-225 JP)
September 25, 2001 – Babidi: The Dark Prince Returns (211-213 US / 226-228 JP)
September 25, 2001 – Babidi: Rivals (214-216 US / 229-231 JP)
November 6, 2001 – The Cell Games: A Moments Peace (154-156 US / 169-171 JP)
November 6, 2001 – The Cell Games: Guardian's Return (157-159 US / 172-174 JP)
December 18, 2001 – Majin Buu: The Hatching (217-219 US / 232-234 JP)
December 18, 2001 – Majin Buu: Atonement (220-222 US / 235-237 JP)
January 8, 2002 – The Cell Games: The Games Begin (160-162 US / 175-177 JP)
January 8, 2002 – The Cell Games: Surrender (163-165 US / 178-180 JP)
February 12, 2002 – Majin Buu: Revival (223-225 US / 238-240 JP)
February 12, 2002 – Majin Buu: Tactics (226-227 US / 241-243 JP)
March 19, 2002 – Majin Buu: Defiance (229-231 US / 244-246 JP)
March 19, 2002 – Majin Buu: A Hero's Farewell (232-234 US / 247-249 JP)
April 23, 2002 – Majin Buu: Emergence (235-238 US / 250-253 JP)
April 23, 2002 – Fusion: Evil Buu (239-241 US / 254-256 JP)
May 21, 2002 – Fusion: Play For Time (242-244 US / 257-259 JP)
May 21, 2002 – Fusion: Losing Battle (245-247 US / 260-262 JP)
July 23, 2002 – Fusion: Ambush (248-250 US / 263-265 JP)
July 23, 2002 – Fusion: Hope Returns (251-253 US / 266-268 JP)
September 17, 2002 – Fusion: The Last Saiyan (254-257 US / 269-272 JP)
September 17, 2002 – Fusion: Internal Struggle (258-260 US / 273-275 JP)
November 26, 2002 – Kid Buu: Regression (261-263 US / 276-278 JP)
November 26, 2002 – Kid Buu: Saiyan Pride (264-266 US / 279-281 JP)
January 7, 2003 – Kid Buu: Vegeta's Plea (267-269 US / 282-284 JP)
January 7, 2003 – Kid Buu: The Price of Victory (270-272 US / 285-287 JP)
January 21, 2003 – The Cell Games: Earth's Last Hope (166-168 US / 181-183 JP)
January 21, 2003 – The Cell Games: Awakening (169-171 US / 184-186 JP)
January 21, 2003 – The Cell Games: Sacrifice (172-175 US / 187-190 JP)
January 21, 2003 – The Cell Games: Nightmare's End (176-179 US / 191-194 JP)
March 11, 2003 – Kid Buu: A New Beginning (273-276 US / 288-291 JP)

Dragon Ball Z Features (Pioneer/FUNimation)
November 25, 1997 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 1: Dead Zone
May 26, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 2: The World's Strongest
March 17, 1998 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 3: Tree of Might
--NOTE: The First 3 Movies Were Released Subbed and Dubbed--
October 24, 2000 – TV Special: The History of Trunks
November 1, 2000 – TV Special: Bardock the Father of Goku
August 7, 2001 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 4: Lord Slug
January 8, 2002 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 5: Cooler's Revenge
August 13, 2002 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 6: The Return of Cooler
February 4, 2003 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 7: Super Android 13!
August 26, 2003 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 8: The Legendary Super Saiyan
August 17, 2004 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 9: Bojack Unbound
April 5, 2005 – Dragon Ball Z Movie 10: Broly Second Coming
--NOTE: Production of Dragon Ball Z Feature VHS Tapes Canceled Indefinitely; Movies 11-13 Unreleased--

Dragon Ball (FUNimation)
January 18, 2000 – Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle (Full-Length Feature; DB Movie 02)
November 21, 2000 – Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (Full-Length Feature; DB Movie 03)
June 5, 2001 – Tournament: Roshi's Request (014-016)
June 19, 2001 – Tournament: Turtle Hermit Training (017-019)
August 21, 2001 – Tournament: Fighters, Begin (020-022)
October 23, 2001 – Tournament: Semi-Finals (023-025)
October 23, 2001 – Tournament: Final Test (026-028)
December 26, 2001 – Red Ribbon Army: The Hunt is On (029-031)
December 26, 2001 – Red Ribbon Army: Silver (032-034)
March 5, 2002 – Red Ribbon Army: Assault on Muscle Tower (035-038)
March 5, 2002 – Red Ribbon Army: White's Last Stand (039-042)
May 14, 2002 – Red Ribbon Army: West City Chase (043-045)
May 14, 2002 – General Blue: Underwater Hunt (046-048)
May 14, 2002 – General Blue: The Pirate Cave (049-051)
Never Released – General Blue: N/A (052-054)
May 14, 2002 – General Blue: Lost in Penguin Village (055-057)
May 14, 2002 – Commander Red: Danger for Hire (058-060)
June 11, 2002 – Commander Red: Korin's Tower (061-064)
June 11, 2002 – Commander Red: The Battle is Won (065-067)
July 9, 2002 – Fortune Teller Baba: Five Warriors (068-070)
July 9, 2002 – Fortune Teller Baba: Yamcha's Fall (071-073)
August 27, 2002 – Fortune Teller Baba: Surprise Reunion (074-076)
August 27, 2002 – Fortune Teller: The Seventh Dragon Ball (077-079)
October 1, 2002 – Fortune Teller Baba: Goku's Journey (080-083)
October 1, 2002 – Tien Shinhan: Tournament Day (084-086)
April 29, 2003 – Dragon Ball: The Path to Power (Full-Length Feature; 10th Anniversary Movie)
--NOTE: Production of Dragon Ball VHS Tapes Canceled Indefinitely; Episodes 052-054 & 087-153 Unreleased--

Dragon Ball GT
April 15, 2003 – Affliction (017-021)
April 15, 2003 – Incubation (020-022)
June 3, 2003 – Creation (023-025)
June 3, 2003 – Proliferation (026-028)
July 15, 2003 – Ramifications (029-031)
July 15, 2003 – Preparation (032-034)
October 14, 2003 – Annihilation (035-037)
October 14, 2003 – Salvation (038-040)
December 30, 2003 – Calculations (041-044)
December 30, 2003 – Revelations (045-047)
February 3, 2004 – Evolution (048-051)
February 3, 2004 – Revolution (052-054)
March 30, 2004 – Realization (055-057)
March 30, 2004 – Conversion (058-060)
May 11, 2004 – Generations (061-064)
July 13, 2004 – The Lost Episodes: Reaction (001-003)
September 7, 2004 – The Lost Episodes: Rejection (004-006)
November 23, 2004 – The Lost Episodes: Ruination (007-009)
December 14, 2004 – The Lost Episodes: Conviction (010-012)
February 8, 2005 – The Lost Episodes: Activation (013-016)
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Postby JacobYBM » Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:53 pm

Ultra thanks, although I do agree that those Freeza arc tape releases look mighty suspicious to me. I've tried using the WBM on Z-Store but that does seem to work.

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Postby LeprikanGT » Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:55 pm

Minus DB and the Movies and KidMark...I've got all of those aside from the Cell Saga [all uncut] except for GT is the edited ones and I'm missing the 'Lost Episodes'

And I can't sell them to save my life. :(

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Postby JamieDBZFan1995 » Mon Sep 14, 2009 7:43 pm

Wow I can't believe each tape has only 3 Episodes on them. I guess that would be OK for back then though.
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Postby Super Sonic » Mon Sep 14, 2009 7:58 pm

JamieDBZFan1995 wrote:Wow I can't believe each tape has only 3 Episodes on them. I guess that would be OK for back then though.


That's how it was. Heck, I think all of Robotech and Star Blazers were released back in the day with only 2 eps per tape.

As for the tapes, for DBZ I have a lot of the first 2 seasons on either those releases or taped off CN, though missing some of season 2. Got Frieza ones of the Goku-Frieza fight, and Trunks-Imperfect Cell tapes and Great Saiyaman tapes.

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Postby Herms » Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:54 pm

Hujio wrote:October 1, 2002 – Tenshinhan Shinhan: Tournament Day (084-086)

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Postby Velasa » Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:43 am

June 19, 2001 – Perfect Cell: Unstoppable (147-150 US / 162-165 JP)


So if that was the last VHS I bought before deciding to switch to DVD format, outside one disk it took... two and a half years for them to finally start finishing the Cell Saga. Son of a bitch they screwed me good.
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Postby KillerCory » Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:32 pm

May 14, 2002 – General Blue: The Pirate Cave (049-051)
Never Released – General Blue: N/A (052-054)

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Pirate Cave (while it shows episode 049-051 on the back) actually has 4 episodes on it! Yep I was surprised by this after I finished episode 51.

And I wasn't too happy that the second tape (which I believe was called Hidden Treasure) was never released. The picture of it shows Lunch stomping down on Roshi (which I believe was after one of his pervert moments).

Where is my lost tape?! :evil:
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Postby DemonRin » Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:46 pm

Wow...
They were releasing Tapes as late as 2005?

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Postby Hujio » Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:57 pm

KillerCory wrote:May 14, 2002 – General Blue: The Pirate Cave (049-051)
Never Released – General Blue: N/A (052-054)

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Pirate Cave (while it shows episode 049-051 on the back) actually has 4 episodes on it! Yep I was surprised by this after I finished episode 51.

And I wasn't too happy that the second tape (which I believe was called Hidden Treasure) was never released. The picture of it shows Lunch stomping down on Roshi (which I believe was after one of his pervert moments).

Where is my lost tape?! :evil:

I thought the cover of "General Blue: The Pirate Cave" had Lunch stomping on Kame-sennin?
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Postby DB_Fan1991 » Tue Sep 15, 2009 8:48 pm

I could have swore that I saw a VHS release of DBZ Movie 10 from FUNi on eBay a while ago.
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Postby Hellspawn28 » Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:23 pm

So movie 9 was the last one that cameout in VHS?

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Postby Shiyonasan » Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:37 pm

DemonRin wrote:Wow...
They were releasing Tapes as late as 2005?


That's what I thought, but in fact, VHS tapes were shipped as late as October 2008, when the last company still producing them sent out its final truckload.

Proof:
http://articles.latimes.com/2008/dec/22/entertainment/et-vhs-tapes22

Los Angeles Times wrote:After three decades of steady if unspectacular service, the spinning wheels of the home-entertainment stalwart are slowing to a halt at retail outlets. On a crisp Friday morning in October, the final truckload of VHS videotapes rolled out of a Palm Harbor, Fla., warehouse run by Ryan J. Kugler, the last major supplier of the tapes.


DB_Fan1991 wrote:I could have swore that I saw a VHS release of DBZ Movie 10 from FUNi on eBay a while ago.


Actually, there's quite a few sales for DB VHS tapes, and their all quite cheap:

http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m38.l1313&_nkw=dbz+vhs&_sacat=See-All-Categories

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Postby Hellspawn28 » Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:48 pm

I thought Kill Bill 2 was the last VHS made? Who would thought they would make them until 2006. This makes me wounder how long DVD's will last?

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Postby KillerCory » Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:54 pm

Hujio wrote:
KillerCory wrote:May 14, 2002 – General Blue: The Pirate Cave (049-051)
Never Released – General Blue: N/A (052-054)

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Pirate Cave (while it shows episode 049-051 on the back) actually has 4 episodes on it! Yep I was surprised by this after I finished episode 51.

And I wasn't too happy that the second tape (which I believe was called Hidden Treasure) was never released. The picture of it shows Lunch stomping down on Roshi (which I believe was after one of his pervert moments).

Where is my lost tape?! :evil:

I thought the cover of "General Blue: The Pirate Cave" had Lunch stomping on Kame-sennin?


Argh, I'm confused right now.

I'll check them tonight to confirm the covers.
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Postby 2004 » Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:05 am

KillerCory wrote:
Hujio wrote:
KillerCory wrote:May 14, 2002 – General Blue: The Pirate Cave (049-051)
Never Released – General Blue: N/A (052-054)

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Pirate Cave (while it shows episode 049-051 on the back) actually has 4 episodes on it! Yep I was surprised by this after I finished episode 51.

And I wasn't too happy that the second tape (which I believe was called Hidden Treasure) was never released. The picture of it shows Lunch stomping down on Roshi (which I believe was after one of his pervert moments).

Where is my lost tape?! :evil:

I thought the cover of "General Blue: The Pirate Cave" had Lunch stomping on Kame-sennin?


Argh, I'm confused right now.

I'll check them tonight to confirm the covers.


Have you (or anyone else) owned/ at least seen this VHS tape (Dragon Ball General Blue - The Pirate Cave (uncut))?
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Re: Complete List of VHS Releases

Postby ABED » Thu Oct 26, 2017 4:20 am

The Freeza tapes were not all released on the same day.
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Re: Complete List of VHS Releases

Postby Gaffer Tape » Thu Oct 26, 2017 8:48 am

As much as I hate contributing to this eight-year-old thread bump, I'm pretty sure ABED is right on that one. I do think Frieza: The Summoning and Frieza: Transformation came out at the same time, but it certainly wasn't November. Those two were out before season 3 began airing in September because those two tapes were my introduction to the season 3 changes.
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Re: Complete List of VHS Releases

Postby Son Gara » Fri Feb 02, 2018 7:00 pm

At least where I lived they all came out around the same time. I remember going into my local Target and they had both Ginyu tapes and Frieza: The Summoning through at least Death of a Prince there in the edited form out on the same day.
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