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DBGT052(Jap)

DBGT052(Eng)

"Look Out, Pan! The Seven-Star Dragon's Backup Plan"
Kanji パンあぶねぇ!七星龍のとっておき
Rōmaji Pan Abunē! Chīshinron no Totte Oki
FUNimation The Seven-Star Dragon
Episode Info
Previous DBGT051
Next DBGT053
Saga Shadow Dragon Saga
First Broadcast
Japanese July 9, 1997
English November 6, 2004
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
Tool debut(s)
None in this episode


"Look Out, Pan! The Seven-Star Dragon's Backup Plan" (パンあぶねぇ!七星龍のとっておき, Pan Abunē! Chīshinron no Totte Oki; FUNimation "The Seven-Star Dragon") is the fifty-second episode of the Dragon Ball GT anime.

Summary

Gokū, Pan, and Giru locate the Seven-Star Dragon. He is creating earthquakes by digging holes in the ground, and he isn't interested in fighting. Gokū and Pan follow him while he's digging, and see that he's headed for a city. The dragon creates a massive earthquake, but Pan and Gokū as a Super Saiyan 4, are able to prevent the city from being damaged. The dragon gets angry with them and after revealing that he was created by the wish to revive all innocents killed by Majin Vegeta on the day of Majin Bū's resurrection, tries to fight, but ends up hitting himself with his own attack. Gokū prepares to deal the final blow, but the dragon dies on its own. Gokū powers down and Pan catches the seven-star ball, only to find that it still has cracks in it. The ball begins to glow, and Pan gets sucked into it. The dragon reveals that he uses a hosts body to form his own. He was using a mole's body, which is why he was so weak, but now he is using Pan's body, which means he is far more powerful. He wants to get Gokū's Super Saiyan 4 body, but Gokū refuses to power up. He says that he'll fight if the dragon releases Pan.

Credits

Role Seiyū FUNimation dub Voice Actor
English Japanese Rōmaji English Japanese Rōmaji English
Son Gokū
孫悟空
Son Gokū
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Stephanie Nadolny

(kid)
Sean Schemmel (Super Saiyan 4)

Pan
パン
Pan
Yūko Minaguchi
皆口裕子
Minaguchi Yūko
Elise Baughman
Giru
ギル
Giru
Shinobu Satōchi
里内信夫
Satōchi Shinobu
Sonny Strait
Chi-Chi
チチ
Chichi
Naoko Watanabe
渡辺菜生子
Watanabe Naoko
Cynthia Cranz
Videl
ビーデル
Bīderu
Shino Kakinuma
柿沼紫乃
Kakinuma Shino
Susan Huber
Kame Sennin
亀仙人
Kamesennin
Hiroshi Masuoka
増岡 弘
Masuoka Hiroshi
Mike McFarland
Bulma
ブルマ
Buruma
Hiromi Tsuru
鶴 ひろみ
Tsuru Hiromi
Tiffany Vollmer
Oolong
ウーロン
Ūron
Naoki Tatsuta
龍田直樹
Tatsuta Naoki
Bradford Jackson
Yamcha
ヤムチャ
Yamucha
Tōru Furuya
古谷 徹
Furuya Tōru
Christoper Sabat
Pu'ar
プーアル
Pūaru
Naoko Watanabe
渡辺菜生子
Watanabe Naoko
Monika Antonelli
Five-Star Dragon
五星龍
Ūshinron
Hirotaka Suzuoki
鈴置洋孝
Suzuoki Hirotaka
Chris Cason
Six-Star Dragon
六星龍
Ryūshinron
Ryūzaburō Ōtomo
大友龍三郎
Ōtomo Ryūzaburō
Steve Sanders
Seven-Star Dragon
七星龍
Chīshinron
Shin Aomori
青森 伸
Aomori Shin
Christopher Bevins
Man A
男A
Otoko A
Tetsu Inada
稲田 徹
Inada Tetsu
-
Man B
男B
Otoko B
Hidenao Horie
堀江秀尚
Horie Hidenao
-
Woman A
女A
Onna A
Yayoi Yoshida
吉田弥生
Yoshida Yayoi
-
Grandmother
おばあさん
Obāsan
Makiko Mizogami
溝上真紀子
Mizogami Makiko
-
Narrator
ナレーター
Narētā
Jōji Yanami
八奈見乗児
Yanami Jōji
Andrew Chandler
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