Which Dragon Ball (Z, GT) Movies and Specials were released in Greek?

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Which Dragon Ball (Z, GT) Movies and Specials were released in Greek?

Post by wjbraden » Sun Jan 20, 2019 5:35 pm

Hey guys, I wondering if anybody here knows which movies and tv specials were released in Greek and when they were released. I'm trying to update my International Dubs spreadsheet, but was hitting some roadblocks with this due to google poorly translating Greek Wikipedia pages into English.
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Re: Which Dragon Ball (Z, GT) Movies and Specials were released in Greek?

Post by TheRed259 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 6:26 pm

Movies: DB 1-4, DBZ 1-13
Specials: DBZ TV Special 1, DBZ TV Special 2, DBGT TV Special

They were released by DeAgostini Hellas in 2010:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zytcRp25OE8

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Re: Which Dragon Ball (Z, GT) Movies and Specials were released in Greek?

Post by wjbraden » Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:04 pm

TheRed259 wrote:Movies: DB 1-4, DBZ 1-13
Specials: DBZ TV Special 1, DBZ TV Special 2, DBGT TV Special

They were released by DeAgostini Hellas in 2010:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zytcRp25OE8
Thanks TheRed259, I was actaully going to PM you about this, but for some reason it wouldn't let me send it to you.

Is it true that the 2011 Episode of Bardock special was dubbed as well? The wiki page mentioned something about it, but I find it hard to believe as very few countries actually got that special.

Also, were the DBZ TV specials dubbed back in the ANT1 days, or were they dubbed just for the DVD in 2010?
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Re: Which Dragon Ball (Z, GT) Movies and Specials were released in Greek?

Post by TheRed259 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:07 am

wjbraden wrote:Thanks TheRed259, I was actaully going to PM you about this, but for some reason it wouldn't let me send it to you.
And that's because I have disabled PMs. :P
wjbraden wrote:Is it true that the 2011 Episode of Bardock special was dubbed as well? The wiki page mentioned something about it, but I find it hard to believe as very few countries actually got that special.
No, it's not true. Wikipedia has mistakes.
wjbraden wrote:Also, were the DBZ TV specials dubbed back in the ANT1 days, or were they dubbed just for the DVD in 2010?
Movies and TV Specials were dubbed by a new group of voice actors (the ones who did Greek GT along with some other VAs) in 2009 and came out in 2010.

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Re: Which Dragon Ball (Z, GT) Movies and Specials were released in Greek?

Post by wjbraden » Mon Jan 21, 2019 4:03 pm

I sort of expected the wiki was wrong so thanks for the confirmation.

Also, glad it wasn't just me, I thought maybe something was wrong with my inbox :P .
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