In it, actor Kirby Morrow was interviewed and admitted to having auditioned for the part of Goku in a Canadian dub of Dragon Ball Z Kai.

The dub was initially mentioned by an anonymous user named 'Subzero Ice' in a now-deleted Facebook conversation that took place in late April 2010. [44] As he often interviews other voice actors on his YouTube channel, it's speculated that he could have received information about this dub through members of the voice cast. [22] Wow! Lost Media Archive is a FANDOM TV Community.

Ryan Smith, Sam Mynott, Sean McConkey. Like earlier Dragon Ball series, the Fort Worth, Texas-based anime distributor Funimation Entertainment licensed the series and produced an English dub that was released in 2010 through 2013. In 2016, voice actor Brian Drummond wrote on Twitter that recording had been completed but he had no idea what happened to the dub, saying he had not seen it.[20].

Sometime in early 2018, Chinook Animation, Ocean's Calgary casting agency, started listing the series on their website. In 2013, actor Scott McNeil stated during a Q&A session at a convention that the dub of Kai had "finished" and that they had not started recording for the Final Chapters portion of the show. [Notes 2] There it was revealed that David Steele, a prolific session musician in Vancouver, was the performer behind it.

[10], In late February 2014, a member of the Kanzenshuu forums asked Peter Berring, the composer who worked on the first Dragon Ball for Funimation in 1995, if he knew the singer of the show's opening theme.

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It's believed the specifics of that are incorrect, as the first block of Kai consists of 98 episodes and their work on the series has never aired in the U.S.[18][19] The two musicians had previously created music for the AB Groupe Z production. The dub was initially mentioned by an anonymous user named 'Subzero Ice' in a now-deleted Facebook conversation that took place in late April 2010. Video Post-Production Company: Advantage Video, Inc. Video Post-Production:

Dragon Ball Z Kai (Ocean Dub) Lost Disney Channel "Next" Bumpers (Late 2002-2007). Though the dub has never been officially announced, various leaks through actors, crew members, government agencies and individuals outside of its production, have confirmed its existence. Current Status [21] This was the first time Dragon Ball Kai had been publicly acknowledged by any branch of the company.

Years ago I got married in the US & lived in CA. Unlimited Media, a newly minted Canadian broadcasting company, has expressed interest in acquiring the dub and running it on their upcoming television channel.

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[5] The dub was mentioned again in Episode 28 by actor Paul Dobson, who stated Ocean Productions was responsible for it.[6].

Please enable JavaScript to pass antispam protection!Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser http://www.enable-javascript.com.Antispam by CleanTalk. [2], Schemmel's information proved correct on September 8th, 2010, as episode 26 of the podcast Voice Print with Trevor Devall went live. [10], In late February 2014, a member of the Kanzenshuu forums asked Peter Berring, the composer who worked on the first Dragon Ball for Funimation in 1995, if he knew the singer of the show's opening theme. [7][8] The entry suggests it was produced for Toei Animation, though it's not known if that refers to the dub or the show in general.

At the time, this revelation led some fans to believe Schemmel's earlier comments were simply misinformed. The following actors have confirmed their involvement in the unaired dub: Despite their link to the production being unknown, for a long time anonymous user Subzero Ice was a consistent source of information regarding this dub. my fan mail gets on the Trevor Devall show. In the episode of Voice Print with Trevor Devall where the dub was announced, Kirby Morrow stated that actors who had participated in the AB Groupe dub of Dragon Ball Z had been asked to re-audition their part, and that he had been rejected for the role of Goku. His comment was the first indication this production would use talent from both Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta - the cities that individually played host to the earlier Canadian Dragon Ball dubs. [3][4] Morrow had previously played Goku in the final batch of episodes in the Canadian Z dub. Ocean Productions has also officially been referred to as The Ocean Group, Ocean Studios, Ocean Media, and Ocean Entertainment.

Some facts and information on the Ocean dub of Kai, Shadocon 2012 - Voice Actor Alliance Part 2 (Scott McNeil and Sean Schemmel). ", Lee Tockar on Twitter: "After nearly 2 years I'm finally able 2 announce that I M playing Frieza in the new Ocean group version of Dragon Ball Kai coming out soon!! Sometime in early 2018, Chinook Animation, Ocean's Calgary casting agency, started listing the series on their website. [Notes 2] There it was revealed that David Steele, a prolific session musician in Vancouver, was the performer behind it.

The production itself has yet to be officially announced and it is not known which company commissioned it, or whom its intended broadcast partners would have been.

It's believed the specifics of that are incorrect, as the first block of Kai consists of 98 episodes and their work on the series has never aired in the U.S.[18][19] The two musicians had previously created music for the AB Groupe Z production. In July 2018, Toei Animation USA confirmed that they are in possession of the dub and that they're willing to license it out to interested broadcasters. Scott McNeil was one of the first to reprise his past role(s).

In the episode of Voice Print with Trevor Devall where the dub was announced, Kirby Morrow stated that actors who had participated in the AB Groupe dub of Dragon Ball Z had been asked to re-audition their part, and that he had been rejected for the role of Goku.Paul Dobson stated in Episode 28 of the same s…

Re: Ocean Studios' "Dragon Ball Kai" dub seems to be coming. Below are some pieces of information Subzero Ice revealed before his interactions with the fan community ceased: New York voice actor and internet personality Christopher "Kirbopher" Niosi has teased details about this dub throughout the years, including the reveal of Richard Ian Cox as Goku. [3][4] Morrow had previously played Goku in the final batch of episodes in the Canadian Z dub.

[9] He had played Tien and Oob in the Blue Water dubs of Dragon Ball and GT. The dub has words which are pronounced closer to how they'd be said in the U.K. rather than the U.S. Temporarily replaced but got to do lots more.

According to him; "they took more trouble to cast [Goku] than they needed to, however they were hoping to get the essence of the character as it is in the Japanese version.". [3][4] Morrow had previously played Goku in the final batch of episodes in the Canadian Z dub.

Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. [7][8] The entry suggests it was produced for Toei Animation, though it's not known if that refers to the dub or the show in general. In it, actor Kirby Morrow was interviewed and admitted to having auditioned for the part of Goku in a Canadian dub of Dragon Ball Z Kai.

Dragon Ball Z Kai (unaired Ocean Productions English dub of anime series recut; 2010). The Kanzenshuu member discovered that Steele had uploaded a sample of a theme song for Dragon Ball Z Kai onto his website. Maggie Blue O'Hara will not be coming back to reprise Bulma.

[Notes 1] The company had previously worked with Funimation, Saban, and Pioneer on creating a partial English dub of the Dragon Ball Z TV series and its movies in the mid-1990s. ", Michael Dobson on Twitter: "Will do for sure! [22] Wow!

In May 2014, reaffirming Schemel's earlier comments, a member of the Kanzenshuu forums spotted a listing for Dragon Ball Z Kai on the website for AniTunes, a Canadian music production firm run by Tom Keenlyside and John Mitchell. [21] This was the first time Dragon Ball Kai had been publicly acknowledged by any branch of the company. Scott McNeil confirms no Buu arc so far in Ocean Kai.

The conversation was with Funimation voice actor Sean Schemmel who revealed that he knew of the dub's existence: When Funimation's English dub premiered on the U.S. Nicktoons network in late May 2010, it was noted that Ocean Productions, some of their headlining employees, and the affiliated Advantage Video company, were credited with video editing.