TV Series | TV-PG | | Animation, Action, Adventure
The adventures of Earth's martial arts defender Son Goku continue with a new family and the revelation of his alien origin. Now Goku and his allies must defend the planet from an onslaught of new extraterrestrial enemies.
In Mexico the show was given a "AA" rating (an equivalent to a "G"rating in USA) on its release and it remained like that until 2015, when it was changed into a "B" rating (PG-13).
Too Bad! I only wish that there was a junkyard, so could give him a proper burial.
It is a rule that only people who have performed great deeds and are deemed worthy retain their bodies in afterlife, while the rest are turned into cloud-like ghosts. Yet evildoers who appear in Hell all retain their bodies. However, this mostly only happens in pointless filler episodes or scenes that were exclusive to the animated series (and thus not part of the original storyline presented in the manga).
The Hungarian dub, based on the infamous French version, renamed some characters even further. The Saiyans came to be called "Starfighters". Piccolo was called "Young Satan". King Kai was called "Kaito" and his Kaio-Ken technique became "Kaito, empower me!" or "Come forward, Kaito!". Frieza was originally called Dermesztina (Freeze-Tina), but was rechristened Dermesztö (Freezer) later when the translator found out that he's male. Dabura was called "Devla", after the God of the Romani people. Pui-Pui and Yacon were simplified to "Pipi" and "Yaco". The Kamehameha attack was always spoken as "Kamehame". Most of these changes were then carried over into the dub of Dragon Ball GT, which was based on the original Japanese version.