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|Usage:||Dragon Ball Opening (Episodes 1-153; Movies 1-3)|
First TV Series Animation (Episodes 1-101)
Second TV Series Animation (Episodes 102-153)
Dragon Ball Movie 1 Animation
Dragon Ball Movie 2 Animation
Dragon Ball Movie 3 Animation
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Usage: Dragon Ball Episodes 001-101
The first of the series’ opening animations draws its inspiration from the first 13 episodes, even though it was used up through the 101st episode of the series. The animation follows Goku’s early adventures in search of the seven Dragon Balls and the eventual formation of the Dragon Team.
Usage: Dragon Ball Episodes 102-153
The second opening animation used for the TV series was entirely redone, rather than simply replacing a few specific scenes of the first animation. This animation switches focus to the Piccolo Daimaō story line and features a more relevant cast of characters along with some shadowy imagery of Piccolo.
The opening animation for the first Dragon Ball movie is an altered widescreen version of the first animation of “Mystical Adventure!”, as used in the Dragon Ball TV series. In this altered version, the Dragon Ball logo does not appear where it normally would in the opening animation, but instead appears separately before the animation sequence. During the opening animation the title, “The Legend of Shenlong”, appears in its place.
The opening animation for the second Dragon Ball movie is a widescreen-cropped version of the first animation of “Mystical Adventure!”, as used in the Dragon Ball TV series.
The opening animation for this movie is a re-telling of Goku and Kuririn’s training with Kame-Sen’nin before the 21st Tenkaichi Budōkai. It also contains some clips from the second animation of “Mystical Adventure!”, as used in the Dragon Ball TV series. This was the first theatrcial Dragon Ball movie to receive a newly animated opening animation set to the “Mystical Adventure!” theme.