FUNimation then announced that they would release these 67 uncut episodes in the Ultimate Uncut Special Edition DVD line, releasing the first DVD on April 12, 2005.
However this DVD set was canceled before every episode was released, in favor of the soon-to-come FUNimation Remastered Box Sets.
Goku and Piccolo team up to defeat Raditz and rescue Gohan, but their combined power is not enough.
Gohan, while being locked in Raditz's space pod, is showing incredible power levels, which Raditz finds hard to believe.
Piccolo hits both Raditz and Goku with his Special Beam Cannon, killing them both.
Before he dies, Raditz reveals his two Saiyan partners, Vegeta and Nappa will arrive on Earth in one year.
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This dub of Dragon Ball Z was heavily edited for content, as well as length; reducing the first 67 episodes into 53, and is often referred to as the Ocean dub or Saban dub.The episodes were so heavily edited that while the first two seasons were comprised of 67 episodes in the Japanese dub, FUNimation shortened the first two seasons to 53 episodes (or 56 episodes if the Tree of Might three parter is counted).These 53 episodes were also later redubbed by FUNimation for TV broadcast, in addition to their DVD-only uncut dubs of the original 67 episodes.In 2004, Geneon/Pioneer Entertainment's (which owned the rights to Dragon Ball Z's home video distribution) license expired, and the rights to home video distribution of the series was acquired by FUNimation, which included the video rights to the first 53 (67 originally) episodes of the series.After acquiring the license for the first two seasons of the show, FUNimation began redubbing it with their cast in order to keep the series's dubbing consistent, and redubbed the original uncut 67 episodes of the series.