After Goku is made a kid again by the Black Star Dragon Balls, he goes on a journey to get back to his old self.
Did You Know?
The show debuted in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia in 2011, as a stunt by the channel Animax Central Europe to boost its ratings and reach out to Dragon Ball fans. When the channel was terminated on March 31, 2014, this series, specifically episode 43 ("The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza") was the last program to be aired, replacing the originally scheduled programming as a final farewell to anime viewers in those countries. See more
Z often established that people can't keep their bodies if they go to hell. While GT contradicts this (particularly noticeable in the Super 17 arc.), even the original series often disregarded this "rule" and featured villains in hell retaining their bodies in several episodes. See more
[possessed by Baby
No matter how much a monkey evolves, it's still a monkey.
Dragon Ball GT featured FOUR different end credit sequences/songs, which is astonishing considering it was the shortest lived of the 3 Dragon Ball series. See more
The Hungarian dub of the series was based on the original uncut Japanese version, however the names used in it are a mix of the Japanese, English and French names. This is because the translator wanted to keep the French names that most fans would have been familiar with (since the Hungarian localization of the Dragon Ball franchise was originally based on the badly translated French version licensed by AB Groupe), only making slight corrections to them. This makes the dub very inconsistent. See more
Follows Dragon Ball Z
Don't you see!
Performed by ZARD
Lyrics by Izumi Sakai
Music by Seiichirô Kuribayashi
Arrangement by Takeshi Hayama
(Second ending theme, episodes #27-41) See more