Dragon Ball Z: Return of Cooler Trailer

Dragon Ball Z: Return of Cooler Trailer (1992)

07 March 1992 Animated, Action 46 mins

Cooler has resurrected himself as a robot and is enslaving the people of New Namek. Goku and the gang must help.

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Cast

Mayumi Tanaka

as Kuririn

Ryūsei Nakao

as Cooler

Ryō Horikawa

as Vegeta

Masako Nozawa

as Son Goku

Mayumi Tanaka

as Yajirobe

Toku Nishio

as Mr. Popo

Kōhei Miyauchi

as Muten, Roshi

Masako Nozawa

as Son Gohan

Crew

John Burgmeier

John Burgmeier ADR & Dubbing

Gen Fukunaga

Gen Fukunaga Executive Producer

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International Releases Dates

United States 07 March 1992

Production Companies

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