Dragon Ball Z Season 4 DVD Uncut

4 Reviews
SKU: 704400022463

Retail Price: $34.98

Your Price: $26.24

In Stock

About Dragon Ball Z Season 4 DVD Uncut

This Dragon Ball Z Season 4 set contains the Complete Garlic Jr., Trunks, and Android sagas - 32 episodes - with revised English dialogue and original Japanese music.

Having returned victorious from their battle with Frieza, the Z-fighters can at last breathe a collective sigh of relief... But they won't have long to rest. A new host of villains has appeared, ready to wreak havoc on the Earth - and Goku, the Z-Fighters' greatest hero, is still missing!

In the face of these new dangers, a mysterious youth with Super Saiyan powers has come bearing a bleak prediction for the future: in just three years' time, an evil greater than any the Z-Fighters have ever faced will emerge to cast a shadow of destruction and despair over the Earth. If the young Saiyan's prediction is correct, the Z-Fighters will have to train like they have never trained before in order to have any hope against these seemingly unstoppable foes: the Androids!

Special Features: Marathon Play.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 830
  • Release Date: 2/19/2008
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.74
  • Region Code: 1

Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

agustin nicolas quintana


hola soy agustin quintana y me encanta dragonboll z

I love the new remastered series!


It is awesome!! However, I did notice a few things on this particular DVD set.

In the middle of episodes where there is a small break, and it shows Goku and Gohan and plays a nice little tune. It seems there was a sound error when coding from original Japanese film. The music, especially the bass, seems distorted and grainy when compared to the other 3 seasons. But this only happens during this small break in the episodes and really is not a big deal at all.

The second thing is, people keep whining about the 16x9 transfers and the cropping that occurs from the original 4x3. Well I can tell you this, I am about as big of a dragonball fan as you can get, and these 'crops' don't bother me in the least. It is barely noticeable, there is however one or two scenes per 2-3 discs where you can tell soem cropping took place, for instance, a close shot with Gohan, Krillin and Bulma will not show Gohans mouth, or like in season 3, it will not show the entire Fire Crusher ball Jeice made against the fight with Goku. As a huge fan I am telling you, it really is no big deal, if someone is going to allow something as silly as this from buying 850 minutes+ of uneditied DBZ in english with available japanese and subtitles, well they are insane.

This is the cheapest and best way to get alot of DBZ episodes, all uncut too.

I am amazed with the remastered editons, and I highly reccomend everyone get them! That way they will make remastered Dragonball and GT also :)

- Jeff



I wanted to encourage everyone to get these sets, its so crazy the remastered versions look great, I know this because I collect animation cels from this series and it looks so great you can see when the animators made mistakes on the cels the details are so intense I love it, which in the old VHS EPs you couldn't, there was blur and distorts in color and so much more evil little messups its all better now,
and i really hope they start releasing the first Dragonball series and GT Remastered, which I must say I will buy them all if that happens ^-^
anyway pick these up you won't be sorry

energy sucking androids


I have always like this season the most because it is the season where you see Krillin get and get rid of a girl over a pearl and some fish. Vigeta is jealous of a future version of his own son, that's just before he becomes a super saiyan. not to mention super powerful killer androids that's soul purpose is to kill Goku, who's dying from a heart virus. the fight with garlic jr. to me always seemed like a prefight warm up.