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|title=<center>One Piece (Singaporean English dub)</center>
 
|title=<center>One Piece (Singaporean English dub)</center>
 
|image=One piece manga cover.png
 
|image=One piece manga cover.png
 
|imagecaption=Cover art for the first volume of the manga.
 
|imagecaption=Cover art for the first volume of the manga.
|status=<span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found'''</span>
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|datefound=26 Nov 2018
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|foundby=[https://apollodubarchive.wordpress.com/ The Apollo Dub Archive]
 
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''One Piece'' is a Japanese manga series created by Eiichiro Oda that originally launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997. An ongoing anime adaptation by Toei Animation began broadcast on Fuji TV in 1999.
 
''One Piece'' is a Japanese manga series created by Eiichiro Oda that originally launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997. An ongoing anime adaptation by Toei Animation began broadcast on Fuji TV in 1999.
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The anime series has notably been adapted into English twice: once between 2004-2006 by the New York City-based 4Kids Entertainment, and an ongoing production by Fort Worth, Texas' Funimation Entertainment that began in 2007.  
 
The anime series has notably been adapted into English twice: once between 2004-2006 by the New York City-based 4Kids Entertainment, and an ongoing production by Fort Worth, Texas' Funimation Entertainment that began in 2007.  
  
An earlier adaptation produced for the South East Asian market exists. Commissioned by the Singaporean anime distributor Odex, the first 104 episodes of ''One Piece'' were '''dubbed into English locally by Voiceovers Unlimited'''.<ref name="general info">[http://web.archive.org/web/20130724003057/http://www.freewebs.com:80/singaporeanonepiece/ Ship's Dock/Dub Information - The Singaporean ''One Piece'' Dub!] Retrieved October 26, 2017.</ref><ref>[http://aidb.com/?ltype=list&cat=name&target=v&offset=150&order=&company_no=18355 AWN's Animation Industry Database] Retrieved October 26, 2017.</ref> This version contained minimal censorship in comparison to the 4Kids dub.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20130727172628/http://www.freewebs.com:80/singaporeanonepiece/swearsandcensorship.htm Swears and Censorship - The Singaporean ''One Piece'' Dub!] Retrieved October 26, 2017.</ref> The dub starred Chuck Powers, Brian Zimmerman, Alison Lestor, Jamie Meldrum, Paul Pistore and Emlyn Morinelli.<ref name="voices">[http://web.archive.org/web/20130727020924/http://www.freewebs.com:80/singaporeanonepiece/voiceactors.htm Voice Actors - The Singaporean ''One Piece'' Dub!] Retrieved October 26, 2017.</ref> It was produced in two blocks of 52 episodes, with the first group directed by Powers and the second by Zimmerman.<ref name="general info"></ref> The dub was produced between 2003 and 2004.<ref>[http://www.odex.com.sg/ProgramLibrary.html Odex - Program Library] Retrieved October 26, 2017.</ref>
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An earlier adaptation produced for the South East Asian market exists. Commissioned by the Singaporean anime distributor Odex, the first 104 episodes of ''One Piece'' were '''dubbed into English locally by Voiceovers Unlimited'''.<ref name="general info">[http://web.archive.org/web/20130724003057/http://www.freewebs.com:80/singaporeanonepiece/ Ship's Dock/Dub Information - The Singaporean ''One Piece'' Dub!] Retrieved 26 Oct '17</ref><ref>[http://aidb.com/?ltype=list&cat=name&target=v&offset=150&order=&company_no=18355 AWN's Animation Industry Database] Retrieved 26 Oct '17</ref> This version contained minimal censorship in comparison to the 4Kids dub.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20130727172628/http://www.freewebs.com:80/singaporeanonepiece/swearsandcensorship.htm Swears and Censorship - The Singaporean ''One Piece'' Dub!] Retrieved 26 Oct '17</ref> The dub starred Chuck Powers, Brian Zimmerman, Alison Lestor, Jamie Meldrum, Paul Pistore and Emlyn Morinelli.<ref name="voices">[http://web.archive.org/web/20130727020924/http://www.freewebs.com:80/singaporeanonepiece/voiceactors.htm Voice Actors - The Singaporean ''One Piece'' Dub!] Retrieved 26 Oct '17</ref> It was produced in two blocks of 52 episodes, with the first group directed by Powers and the second by Zimmerman.<ref name="general info"></ref> The dub was produced between 2003 and 2004.<ref>[http://www.odex.com.sg/ProgramLibrary.html Odex - Program Library] Retrieved 26 Oct '17</ref>
  
This dub would be aired in Singapore on Kids Central and be released in a series of 8 VCD box sets by Odex, each containing thirteen episodes..<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20041209121941/http://kidscentral.mediacorptv.com:80/tv/tvguide/kids_list_daily.asp?day=3 Kidscentral > TVguide > Index_Page] Retrieved October 26, 2017.</ref><ref name="general info"></ref> Few clips of it exist online. The home video release is difficult to find as it has been out of print for years.
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This dub would be aired in Singapore on Kids Central and be released in a series of 8 VCD box sets by Odex, each containing thirteen episodes..<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20041209121941/http://kidscentral.mediacorptv.com:80/tv/tvguide/kids_list_daily.asp?day=3 Kidscentral > TVguide > Index_Page] Retrieved 26 Oct '17</ref><ref name="general info"></ref> Few clips of it exist online. The home video release is difficult to find as it has been out of print for years.
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On November 26th, 2018, a website called The Apollo Dub Archive [https://apollodubarchive.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/one-piece-2001-singapore-english-dubbed-episodes-93-100-mirmo-zibang-2003-hong-kong-english-dubbed-episodes-93-97/ uploaded] all 104 episodes on [https://mega.nz/#F!bvgyVKgb!ZtqUw0YFGjzDKBmuVArIOA MEGA] & [https://nyaa.si/view/1149357 Nyaa], sourced from all 8 VCD box sets.
  
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
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   |description2 =''One Piece'' Special - Did You Know Voice Acting?
 
   |description2 =''One Piece'' Special - Did You Know Voice Acting?
 
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==See Also==
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*[[One Piece (partially found English pilot dubs of anime series; early 2000s)|''One Piece'' pilot dubs]] - Prior to the franchise's North American introduction, various English language pilots were produced. Little footage of them has surfaced.
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*[[One Piece (found 4Kids English dub of anime; 2004-2006)|''One Piece'' 4Kids dub]] - The first full-fledged North American dub was partially lost for a period of time.
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
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*[https://apollodubarchive.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/one-piece-2001-singapore-english-dubbed-episodes-93-100-mirmo-zibang-2003-hong-kong-english-dubbed-episodes-93-97/ Blog post containing the descriptions of the 8 VCD box sets as well as the MEGA & Nyaa links for the ''One Piece'' dub episodes.]
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*[https://mega.nz/#F!bvgyVKgb!ZtqUw0YFGjzDKBmuVArIOA MEGA link for all the episodes of the ''One Piece'' dub.]
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*[https://nyaa.si/view/1149357 Nyaa link for all the episodes of the ''One Piece'' dub.]
 
*[http://www.arlongpark.net/showthread.php?t=15611 A guide to the Singaporean Dub of ''One Piece''.]
 
*[http://www.arlongpark.net/showthread.php?t=15611 A guide to the Singaporean Dub of ''One Piece''.]
 
*[http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Odex The ''One Piece'' Wikia page on Odex.]
 
*[http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Odex The ''One Piece'' Wikia page on Odex.]
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*[[One Piece (partially found English pilot dubs of anime series; early 2000s)|''One Piece'' pilot dubs]] - Prior to the franchise's North American introduction, various English language pilots were produced. Little footage of them has surfaced.
 
*[[One Piece (found 4Kids English dub of anime; 2004-2006)|''One Piece'' 4Kids dub]] - The first full-fledged North American dub was partially lost for a period of time.
 
  
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Latest revision as of 22:52, 15 May 2020

One piece manga cover.png

Cover art for the first volume of the manga.

Status: Found

Date found: 26 Nov 2018

Found by: The Apollo Dub Archive

One Piece is a Japanese manga series created by Eiichiro Oda that originally launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997. An ongoing anime adaptation by Toei Animation began broadcast on Fuji TV in 1999.

The anime series has notably been adapted into English twice: once between 2004-2006 by the New York City-based 4Kids Entertainment, and an ongoing production by Fort Worth, Texas' Funimation Entertainment that began in 2007.

An earlier adaptation produced for the South East Asian market exists. Commissioned by the Singaporean anime distributor Odex, the first 104 episodes of One Piece were dubbed into English locally by Voiceovers Unlimited.[1][2] This version contained minimal censorship in comparison to the 4Kids dub.[3] The dub starred Chuck Powers, Brian Zimmerman, Alison Lestor, Jamie Meldrum, Paul Pistore and Emlyn Morinelli.[4] It was produced in two blocks of 52 episodes, with the first group directed by Powers and the second by Zimmerman.[1] The dub was produced between 2003 and 2004.[5]

This dub would be aired in Singapore on Kids Central and be released in a series of 8 VCD box sets by Odex, each containing thirteen episodes..[6][1] Few clips of it exist online. The home video release is difficult to find as it has been out of print for years.

On November 26th, 2018, a website called The Apollo Dub Archive uploaded all 104 episodes on MEGA & Nyaa, sourced from all 8 VCD box sets.

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Chuck Powers - Monkey. D. Luffy, Usopp (episodes 62-104), Buchi, Merry, Patty, Mihawk, Nezumi (a.k.a. Captain Rat), Mr.5, Chess, Mr.11
  • Brian Zimmerman - Roronoa Zoro, Helmeppo, Buggy the Clown, Piiman, Gin Arlong, Brogy, Wapol, Mr.8/Igaram, Mr.9, Mr. Zero/Crocodile
  • Alison Lestor - Nami (episodes 1-53), Alvida, Rika
  • Chio Su-Ping - Nami (episodes 61-77), Coby, Kaya, Kuina, Nojiko, Bellemere, Tashigi, Miss Valentine
  • Cindy Creekmore - Nami (episodes 77-104), Miss Goldenweek
  • Jamie Meldrum - Usopp (Episodes 1-61), Lucky Roux, Morgan, Mohji, Siam, Johnny, Zeff, Don Krieg, Genzo, Kuroobi
  • Joseph Murray - Narrator, Sanji (episodes 1-61), Ben Beckmann, Woop Slap, Boodle, Cabaji, Carrot, Kuro, Gaimon, Yosaku, Carne, Hatchan, Smoker (Loguetown Arc)
  • Paul Pistore - Sanji (episodes 62-104), Smoker (Alabasta), Kuromarimo, Hiriluk, Toto
  • Elisabeth Morinelli - Tony Tony Chopper, Tashigi, Kureha, Miss Merry Christmas
  • Natasha Malinsky - Nico Robin, Nefeltari Vivi
  • Christian J. Lee - Shanks
  • Dwayne Tan - Dalton, Bentham, Galdino, Portgas D. Ace

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Series intro.
Series intro #2.
Episode #1 clip.
Episode #16 clip.
Episode #65 clip.
Episode #76 clip.
Episode #77 clip.
Episode #104 clip.
One Piece Special - Did You Know Voice Acting?

See Also[edit | edit source]

  • One Piece pilot dubs - Prior to the franchise's North American introduction, various English language pilots were produced. Little footage of them has surfaced.
  • One Piece 4Kids dub - The first full-fledged North American dub was partially lost for a period of time.

External Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]