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Main articles: Ocean Group dubs and Dragon Ball Z: Rock the Dragon EditionWhen the decision to produce Dragon Ball Z in North America was made, Funimation collaborated with Saban Entertainment to finance and distribute the series to television; they sub-licensed home video distribution to Pioneer Entertainment (later known as Geneon Universal Entertainment) and contracted Ocean Studios to dub the anime in English, with Funimation overseeing the dub's production. The role of music was outsourced to Saban musicians Shuki Levy and Ron Wasserman, whose darker guitar-driven synth score replaced the original orchestral score by Shunsuke Kikuchi. The first 67 Dragon Ball Z episodes, which were dubbed in English, were so heavily edited for content as well as length that the first 67 episodes were edited down to 53 episodes. Due to pressure from Saban, Funimation were forced to edit out all mentions of death (usually replacing it with the term 'the next dimension') and any overly violent moments (via the use of digital paint). It premiered in the fall of 1996 in first-run syndication, but was canceled in 1998 after two seasons. That same year Funimation and Pioneer released the first three unaltered, dubbed-in-English Dragon Ball Z movies (Dead Zone, The World's Strongest and The Tree of Might), with the Ocean cast reprising their roles.
The first three Dragon Ball Z movies had also been dubbed by Ocean Studios and released to VHS/DVD by Pioneer. The remaining ten movies had been dubbed by Funimation's in-house cast. When Funimation acquired the rights for the DVD distribution of the first three movies from Pioneer/Geneon in 2004, they redubbed them as well using their in-house cast. The three movies were released alongside the Ultimate Uncut Special Edition in the 2006 "First Strike" DVD boxset. By this point, Funimation had all the episodes and movies from Dragon Ball Z dubbed by its in-house talent. Select voice actors continued to re-dub Dragon Ball Z for Funimation's Remastered Box Sets released to DVD between 2007 and 2009 to maintain better continuity between the initial dub gap of episodes 67 and 68 (as most of Funimation's in-house cast had either improved their character voices or been replaced as well since they first replaced the Ocean cast).
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