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Since the debut of the Dragon Ball anime series, Toei Animation has been producing feature films based on the franchise since 1986. Seventeen feature films were produced, including three films based on the original Dragon Ball anime, thirteen films based on the sequel series Dragon Ball Z, and seventeenth film commemorating the tenth anniversary of the series. The films were self-contained stories that do not follow the same continuity as their television counterpart, though a few are relatively easy to place within the series' timeline compared to others.

In addition to the animated feature films, there was also a two-episode OVA based on the Family Computer video game Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku (ドラゴンボールZ外伝 サイヤ人絶滅計画?) and a special short film shown at the Jump Festa titled Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!.

Releases

1. Feature films

No Japanese Title  English Title  Japanese Release  English Release Note
1 Shenlong no Densetsu  Curse of the Blood Rubies  20-Dec-86 24-Sep-96 -
2 Majinjo- no Nemuri Hime  Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle  18-Jul-87 30-Jan-01 -
3 Makafushigui Daibo-ken Mystical Adventure  9-Jul-88 27-Feb-01 -
4 Ora no Gohan o Kaese!!  Dead Zone 15-Jul-89 17-Dec-97 -
5 Kono Yo de Ichiban Tsuyoi Yatsu  The World's Strongest  10-Mar-90 27-May-98 -
6 Chikyu- Marugoto Cho-kessen  The Tree of Might  7-Jul-90 17-Mar-98 -
7 Su-pa- Saiya-jin da Son Goku-  Lord Slug 19-Mar-91 7-Aug-01 -
8 Tobikkiri no Saikyo- tai Saikyo-  Cooler's Revenge 21-Jul-91 22-Jan-02 -
9 Gekitotsu!! Hyaku-Oku Pawa- no Senshi-tachi Return of Cooler  7-Mar-92 13-Aug-02 -
10 Kyokugen Batoru!! San Dai Su-pa- Saiyajin  Super Android 13!  11-Jul-92 4-Feb-03 -
11 Moetsukiro!! Nessen Ressen Cho--Gekisen Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan  6-Mar-93 26-Aug-03 -
12 Ginga Giri-Giri!! Butchigiri no Sugoi Yatsu  Bojack Unbound  10-Jul-93 17-Aug-04 -
13 Kiken na Futari! Su-pa- Senshi wa Nemurenai Broly – Second Coming  12-Mar-94 5-Apr-05 -
14 Su-pa- Senshi Gekiha!! Katsu No wa Ore da  Bio-Broly  9-Jul-94 13-Sep-05 -
15 Fukkatsu no Fusion!! Goku to Vegeta  Fusion Reborn  4-Mar-95 28-Mar-06 -
16 Ryu--Ken Bakuhatsu!! Goku- ga Yaraneba Dare ga Yaru  Wrath of the Dragon  15-Jul-95 12-Sep-06 -
17 Saikyo- e no Michi  The Path to Power  4-Mar-96 29-Apr-03 -

2. Television Specials

The Dragon Ball Franchise has spawned 3, one-hour long Television Specials, the first two based on the "Z" portion of the series, and the third based on the "GT" portion. Though the specials aired on TV in Japan, FUNimation's original English release of the episodes was on video, each one labeled "Feature" the same as the theatrical films. This, doubled with the inclusion of the "Z" Specials in FUNimation's Remastered Movie Double Features has caused fans to continue to erroneously believe these to be theatrical films, when they are not. Of these specials, all are original stories created by the anime staff with the exception of the Trunks Special, which is based on a special chapter of the manga.
No Japanese title  English title  Japanese release  English release Note
1 Tatta Hitori no Saishu- Kessen~Furi-za ni Idonda Zetto Senshi Son Goku- no Chichi ( たったひとりの最終決戦~フリーザに挑んだZ戦士 孫悟空の父~) Bardock – The Father of Goku  17-Oct-90 10-Jan-01 -
2 Zetsubo- e no Hanko-!! Nokosareta Cho--Senshi•Gohan to Torankusu ( 絶望への反抗!!残された超戦士・悟飯とトランクス)???????????)  The History of Trunks  23-Feb-93 25-Oct-00 -
3 Goku- Gaiden! Yu-ki no Akashi wa Sì Xi-ng Qiú( 悟空外伝! 勇気の証しは四星球) A Hero's Legacy  26-Mar-97 Apr-04 -


3. Pilot

Arrival

This film was the first of the episode movies in the old days. It was built by using episodes 1-4 which were, The Arrival of Raditz, The World's Strongest Team, Gohan's Hidden Powers and Goku's Unusual Journey, and gave previews of all three episodes for the volume that came after it which was The Saiyans. And for the VHS version, this film had two different boxes.
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4. Educational programs

Two educational short films based on the original Dragon Ball anime were produced in 1988. The first was a traffic safety special titled Gokū no Kōtsū Ansen (悟空の交通安全?, Goku's Traffic Safety), while the second was a fire safety special titled Gokū no Shōbōtai (悟空の消防隊?, "Goku's Fire Brigade"). The two educational films were included in the Dragon Box DVD set released in Japan in 2004. jji
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5. Original video animation

In 1993, Toei Animation, in cooperation with Shonen Jump and V-Jump, produced a two-part OVA that served as a video strategy guide to the Family Computer game titled Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku (ドラゴンボールZ外伝 サイヤ人絶滅計画?, "Dragon Ball Z Side Story: The Plot to Destroy the Saiyans"). The plot of both, the video game and the anime, centers around a survivor of the Tsufurujin race who seeks to destroy the remaining Saiyans by creating clones of their past enemies. The first volume was released on VHS on July 23, while the second was released on August 25. The animation would later be used in the two Dragon Ball Z video games later released for the Playdia. The complete OVA was later included in the Dragon Box Z, Vol. 2 DVD set released in Japan in 2003.
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The OVA was remade for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 under the title Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans. It will be included in all releases of Raging Blast 2 as a bonus feature, unlocked at the start of gameplay without any necessary cheat code or in-game achievement. It will also be presented in its original Japanese-language audio without any dubbing and with subtitles appropriate for each region.

6. Jump Festa special
Further information: Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!

Dragon Ball: Yo! The Return of Son Goku and Friends!! (ドラゴンボール オッス!帰ってきた孫悟空と仲間たち!! Doragon Bōru Ossu! Kaette Kita Son Gokū to Nakama-tachi!!?) is a 35-minute short film which was shown in the Jump Super Anime Tour in 2008.
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