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20th Jul '17 4:28:25 PM CutieTabootie
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----* ''Anime/DiGiCharat'' had a few recasts both in Japan and in America:
**For the franchise's tenth anniversary in 2008, Broccoli, Inc. decided to recast Dejiko, Usada, and Puchiko. Dejiko went from Asami Sanada to Satomi Akesaka, Usada from Kyoko Hikami to Rieka Yazawa, and Puchiko from Miyuki Sawashiro to Nao Minakami. The recast proved to be unpopular, and the fifteenth anniversary in 2013 saw Broccoli revert to using the original actresses and [[{{Retcon}} retconning]] the tenth anniversary redesigns as imposter versions of the characters in a comic.
**The many different anime series for the franchise were licensed by several different companies in the US- the original anime series and ''[[{{OVA}} Leave It To Piyoko!]]'' by Synch-Point (Sentai Filmworks now licenses the former following Synch-Point's closure), ''[[SpinOffBabies Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat]]'' by ADV Films, and ''[[AlternateContinuity Di Gi Charat Nyo]]'' by Bandai Entertainment. As their dubs were not recorded in the same area (the Synch-Point dub in Los Angeles, the ADV dub in Houston, and the Bandai dub in Vancouver), the characters had different voices depending on where it was recorded (while Sentai Filmworks licensed the TV specials following the original anime and ''Winter Garden'', their releases are sub-only):
***Dejiko was voiced by Jessica Gee in the Synch-Point dubs, Luci Christian in ''Panyo Panyo'', and Chris Simms in ''Nyo!''.
***Usada was voiced by Michelle Ruff in the Synch-Point dubs and Carol-Anne Day in ''Nyo!''.
***Puchiko was voiced by Karen Strassman in the Synch-Point dub of the original series, her Japanese voice actress Miyuki Sawashiro played her in the first six episodes of ''Leave It To Piyoko!'''s English dub, though Karen Strassman played her for the last two episodes due to scheduling conflicts, Hilary Haag in ''Panyo Panyo'', and Mariette Sluyter in ''Nyo!''.
***Gema was voiced by Stephanie Sheh in the Synch-Point dubs, Tiffany Grant in ''Panyo Panyo'', and Lucas Gilbertson in ''Nyo!''.
***Piyoko was voiced by Sandy Fox in the Synch-Point dub and Kira Vincent-Davis in the ''Panyo Panyo'' dub. Her ''Nyo!'' voice actress is unknown.
13th Jul '17 10:25:28 PM PurpleWarrior13
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*** TMS also dubbed the ''Part IV'' TV series themselves, but this time with Epcar Productions, and most of the ''Red Jacket'' cast (including Tony Oliver) returning... except for Zenigata, where Dan Lorge was replaced with Doug Erholtz.
13th Jul '17 10:03:17 PM PurpleWarrior13
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** After the cast switch, Tien, Mr. Popo, Dende, Korin, Burter, Oolong, Ox King, Baba, Captain Ginyu, and the narrator were all recast, some for the redub of the first 67 episodes. For ''Anime/DragonBallGT'', Videl was recast from Kara Edwards to Susan Huber, and Pan was recast from Susan Huber to Elise Baughman (with Kate Bristol voicing young Pan in flashbacks). In addition, Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT had different narrators (in those cases, this trope was implemented on purpose to give each show a different feel).

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*** Also, when FUNimation attempted to dub the original ''Dragon Ball'' with Ocean in 1995, they recorded the first movie (''Curse of the Blood Rubies'') with Maggie Blue O'Hara as Bulma. When they moved onto the TV series, she was replaced with Lalainia Lindbjerg for unknown reasons. Lalainia's voice was also used for scenes from the TV series spliced into the movie, meaning Bulma has two voices in that dub. The TV dub was canceled after 13 episodes, and the entire cast reprised their roles for ''Dragon Ball Z'', including Lalainia. The only exception was Michael Donovan as Master Roshi being replaced with Ian Corlett.
** After the cast switch, switch to FUNimation's in-house cast, Tien, Mr. Popo, Dende, Korin, Burter, Oolong, Ox King, Baba, Captain Ginyu, and the narrator were all recast, some for the redub of the first 67 episodes. For ''Anime/DragonBallGT'', Videl was recast from Kara Edwards to Susan Huber, and Pan was recast from Susan Huber to Elise Baughman (with Kate Bristol voicing young Pan in flashbacks). In addition, Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT had different narrators (in those cases, this trope was implemented on purpose to give each show a different feel).



*** The characters whose actors didn't return for this dub of Dragon Ball Z episodes 123-291 were Bulma, Chi-Chi, Master Roshi, Oolong, Baba, and a few smaller characters. In addition, Goku and Gohan's voices only briefly returned before being replaced (giving Goku a ''third'' Ocean voice). Bulma's voice also changed again for her last few appearances.

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*** The characters whose actors didn't return for this dub of Dragon Ball Z episodes 123-291 were Bulma, Chi-Chi, Bulma (O'Hara reprised the role from the early dub of ''Blood Rubies''), Master Roshi, Oolong, Baba, and a few smaller characters. In addition, Goku and Gohan's voices only briefly returned before being replaced (giving Goku a ''third'' Ocean voice). Bulma's voice also changed once again for her last few appearances.appearances, with France Perras. This was the ''second'' time that Maggie Blue O'Hara quit the role.


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** Joji Yanami returned to voice the narrator and Kaio for ''Dragon Ball Super'', only to fall ill, and was replaced with Naoki Tatsuta in both roles beginning with episodes 12 and 14 respectively. The change was supposed to be temporary, but has been going on for about two years now, and appears to be permanent after all.
10th Jul '17 6:07:39 AM jormis29
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** After Creator/ScottFreeman was [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor arrested and convicted for possession of child pornography]], all his roles were given to other actors. In the case of England, Taliesin Jaffe was cast as his replacement for any upcoming ''Beautiful World'' episodes.

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** After Creator/ScottFreeman was [[RoleEndingMisdemeanor arrested and convicted for possession of child pornography]], all his roles were given to other actors. In the case of England, Taliesin Jaffe Creator/TaliesinJaffe was cast as his replacement for any upcoming ''Beautiful World'' episodes.
7th Jul '17 9:41:59 PM costanton11
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** In the second ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure02 Adventure 02]]'' movie, Jason Spisak replaced Joshua Seth as Tai, Creator/BridgetHoffman replaced Laura Summer as Patamon (which coincided with another Patamon voiced by Hoffman in the Disney-dubbed ''[[Anime/DigimonFrontier Frontier]]'') and Creator/JeffNimoy (Tentomon's voice actor) replaced Creator/KirkThornton and Neil Kaplan as (respectively) Gabumon and Hawkmon.

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** In the second ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure02 Adventure 02]]'' movie, Jason Spisak replaced Joshua Seth as Tai, Creator/BridgetHoffman replaced Laura Summer as Patamon (which coincided with another Patamon voiced by Hoffman in the Disney-dubbed ''[[Anime/DigimonFrontier Frontier]]'') and Creator/JeffNimoy Jeff Nimoy (Tentomon's voice actor) replaced Creator/KirkThornton and Neil Kaplan as (respectively) Gabumon and Hawkmon.



** In the ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure Adventure]]'' series proper, Creator/MichaelLindsay (Joe's voice actor) voiced Agumon for the first couple of episodes before Tom Fahn took over for the rest of the series (and had a different voice actor for all of his forms), Koromon had ''three'' different actors, Creator/SteveBlum replaced Creator/JeffNimoy as the young Gennai when ''02'' came around, Creator/DougErholtz ([[TimeSkip quite understandably]]) replaced Creator/WendeeLee as TK in ''02'', and Creator/JeffNimoy replaced Joshua Seth as Tentomon from the second episode onward, only to be replaced by Robert Martin Klein near the end of ''02''.

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** In the ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure Adventure]]'' series proper, Creator/MichaelLindsay (Joe's voice actor) voiced Agumon for the first couple of episodes before Tom Fahn took over for the rest of the series (and had a different voice actor for all of his forms), Koromon had ''three'' different actors, actors (first MJ Lallo, then Philece Sampler, and finally Brianne Siddall), Creator/SteveBlum replaced Creator/JeffNimoy Jeff Nimoy as the young Gennai when ''02'' came around, for the last episode of ''02'', Creator/DougErholtz ([[TimeSkip quite understandably]]) replaced Creator/WendeeLee as TK in ''02'', and Creator/JeffNimoy Jeff Nimoy replaced Joshua Seth as Tentomon from the second episode onward, only to be replaced by Robert Martin Klein near the end of ''02''.
7th Jul '17 9:38:34 PM costanton11
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*** Biyomon: Tifanie Christun --> Creator/CheramiLeigh
7th Jul '17 9:36:15 PM costanton11
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*** In addition, Tom Fahn, Anna Garduno, Robert Martin Klein, Dave Mallow, and Laura Summer return to voice Agumon, Palmon, Gomamon, Angemon, and Patamon respectively after being replaced for ''Frontier'' and/or ''Fusion''.
5th Jul '17 3:41:22 AM Piterpicher
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* In the Japanese version of ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'', the seiyuu voicing the character of Dino goes from Kenta Kamakari to {{KENN}} from episode 34 on.

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* In the Japanese version of ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'', the seiyuu voicing the character of Dino goes from Kenta Kamakari to {{KENN}} Creator/{{KENN}} from episode 34 on.
21st Jun '17 5:09:51 AM Piterpicher
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** Likewise, Dios was voiced by CrispinFreeman for his brief line in Episode 1. Later on, Josh Mosby (Akio's voice) took over.

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** Likewise, Dios was voiced by CrispinFreeman Creator/CrispinFreeman for his brief line in Episode 1. Later on, Josh Mosby (Akio's voice) took over.
11th Jun '17 5:55:19 PM AreYouTyler
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** In the Italian dub, Adult Goku's voice actor, Paolo Torrisi, died in 2005. Until ''Super'' premiered in Italy, only the movies received an Italian dub, albeit with Roman actors instead of the Milanese actors from the series.
*** During the dub of ''Super'', Monica Bonetto, the voice of Kid Trunks, died after recording Episode 27. Trunks is now voiced by Patrizia Mottola.


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** In the Italian dub, Monica Bonetto was the voice of Komajiro until episode 37, when she died after a brief illness. Komajiro is now voiced by Anna Lana.
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