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This is a list of films based on the manga and anime series One Piece that have been dubbed into English.

One Piece: The Desert Princess & the Pirates: Adventures in AlabastaEdit

One Piece: The Desert Princess & the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta (劇場版ワンピース エピソードオブアラバスタ 砂漠の王女と海賊たち, Gekijōban Wan Pīsu: Episōdo Obu Arabasuta: Sabaku no Ōjo to Kaizokutachi) is the eighth feature film based on the One Piece franchise, premiering on March 3, 2007 in Japan. The movie is an abridged retelling of the events of the Alabasta Arc from the manga and anime.

It is the first One Piece movie to be dubbed into English, its release coinciding with FUNimation's acquisition of the franchise in the United States.

Synopsis

The Straw Hat Pirates travel to the desert island Alabasta, home of Nefertari Vivi. They find the country in the middle of a revolution. Crocodile, the country's hero, secretly used his criminal organization Baroque Works, to undermine the citizens trust in Cobra, Vivi's father and head of the Kingdom of Sand, in order to seize the throne and the country's hidden secret for himself. The crew now has to cross the desert, stop the revolution, save thousands of lives from the Baroque Works hidden bombers, and most of all, defeat Crocodile, one of the mighty Shichibukai.


CastEdit

Image Character Seiyū English Voice
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher Sabat
Nami Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Sonny Strait
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Brina Palencia
Nefertari Vivi Misa Watanabe Caitlin Glass
Crocodile / Mr. 0 Ryūzaburō Ōtomo John Swasey
Nico Robin / Miss All Sunday Yuriko Yamaguchi Stephanie Young
Miss Doublefinger Yuko Tachibana Leah Clark
Mr. 2 / Bon Clay Kazuki Yao Barry Yandell
Mr. 4 Masaya Takatsuka Scott Hinze
Miss Merry Christmas Mami Kingetsu Wendy Powell
Mr. 7 Keisuke Anthony Bowling
Miss Father's Day Tomoko Naka Cynthia Cranz
Nefertari Cobra Iemasa Kayumi Kyle Hebert
Pell Kenji Nojima Kevin M. Connolly
Chaka Kihachirō Uemura Robert McCollum
Terracotta Keiichi Sonobe Antimere Robinson
Kohza Takeshi Kusao Todd Haberkorn
Toto Masaaki Tsukada Jerry Russell
Jaguar D. Saul Takeshi Kusao Mark Stoddard

Additional VoicesEdit

NotesEdit

  • Despite not using their dub naming conventions within the movie itself, the end credits still use 4Kids' names (Zolo instead of Zoro, Miss Groundhogs Day instead of Miss Merry Christmas).
  • An English remake of the ending theme "Compass" was created for use in the English dub, but a defect in the DVD caused the Japanese version to play instead. However, the English version was used in the theatrical release as well as the Blu-ray release.
  • Mark Stoddard voices Jaguar D. Saul in the movie, though Cole Brown would end up being recast as Saul in the TV Series.

Video ReleasesEdit

Distributor Year Format Region Country
FUNimation Entertainment 2008 DVD 1
NTSC
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2009 Bluray fontlogo 3 A
DVB-T

One Piece Film: Strong WorldEdit

One Piece Film: Strong World (ワンピースフィルム ストロングワールド Wan Pīsu Firumu: Sutorongu Wārudo) is the tenth feature film based on the One Piece franchise, premiering on December 12, 2009 in Japan. It was written by manga creator Eiichiro Oda himself in honor of One Piece's Tenth Anniversary, and was directed by Munehisa Sakai.

Synopsis

News of an attack on the East Blue hits the Straw Hat Pirates along their journey. With their hometowns in trouble, Luffy and his friends put their adventures on hold and decide to head back to East Blue, when suddenly a mysterious flying pirate ship appears out of the sky. The man heading that ship is none other than the infamous Devil Fruit user, Golden Lion Shiki, the same legendary pirate who managed to escape the great undersea prison Impel Down, and stood among such infamous pirates as the "Pirate King" Gol D. Roger and Whitebeard. After abducting Nami for her intuitive navigational skills, Shiki sends Luffy and his crew hurdling down to his own personal floating islands. Separated, the crew finds themselves placed in a battle of survival with terrifying beasts in mysterious surroundings.


CastEdit

Image Character Seiyū English Voice
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher Sabat
Nami Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Sonny Strait
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Brina Palencia
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi Stephanie Young
Franky Kazuki Yao Patrick Seitz
Brook Chō Ian Sinclair
Shiki Naoto Takenaka Scott McNeil
Dr. Indigo Ryūsei Nakao Sean Schemmel
Scarlet Banjō Ginga Bryan Massey
Billy Yasuhiro Takato Josh Grelle
Monkey D. Garp Hiroshi Naka Brian Mathis
Sengoku Takkō Ishimori Ed Blaylock
Xiao Wasabi Mizuta Lindsay Seidel
Xiao's Mother Mika Doi Jessica Cavanagh
Xiao's Grandother Hisako Kyōda Linda Young
Eva Aiko Kaitō Leah Clark
Madam Tomoko Naka Jessica Cavanagh
Onigumo Takahiro Fujimoto Lucas Schuneman
Nojiko (flashback) Wakana Yamazaki Tiffany Grant

Additional VoicesEdit

NotesEdit

  • The English dub omits the ending theme, "Fanfare" by Mr. Children, due to rights issues, though it is mentioned to be the ending in both the English and Japanese credits at the end of the film.
  • Vancouver-based voice actor Scott McNeil guest stars as Shiki.
  • Sean Schemmel makes his first appearance in the FUNimation dub for One Piece. He was previously a voice actor for 4Kids' dub of the series.

Video ReleasesEdit

Distributor Year Format Region Country
FUNimation Entertainment 2013 DVD 1
NTSC
United States Flag United States
Bluray fontlogo 3 A
DVB-T

One Piece Film: ZEdit

One Piece Film: Z (stylized in Japan as ONE PIECE FILM Z) is the twelfth feature film based on the One Piece franchise, premiering on December 15, 2012 in Japan. The film was scripted by Osamu Suzuki, directed by Tatsuya Nagamine and executive produced by Eiichiro Oda.

Synopsis

Said to be comparable to the Ancient Weapons, the Marines' trump card the "Dyna Stones" has suddenly been stolen and the terrifyingly powerful man responsible, former Marine Admiral "Z", stands in the path of the Straw Hat Pirates. The Marine Headquarters finally moves forward to deal with the conspiracy that threatens to shake the very pillars of the New World, and Kuzan encounters the Straw Hat Pirates in the New World. Finally, Luffy and his crew move to take a stand against Z and his incredible power.


CastEdit

Image Character Seiyū English Voice
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher Sabat
Nami Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Sonny Strait
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Brina Palencia
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi Stephanie Young
Franky Kazuki Yao Patrick Seitz
Brook Chō Ian Sinclair
Z / Zephyr Hōchū Ōtsuka Jeremy Schwartz
Masami Suzuki (young) Tia Ballard
Ain Ryoko Shinohara Lauren Landa
Binz Teruyuki Kagawa Matthew Mercer
Aokiji Takehito Koyasu Jason Douglas
Kizaru Unshō Ishizuka Ray Hurd
Akainu Fumihiko Tachiki Andrew Love
Monkey D. Garp Hiroshi Naka Brian Mathis
Sengoku Takkō Ishimori Ed Blaylock
Coby Mika Doi Micah Solusod
Helmeppo Kōichi Nagano Mike McFarland
Tsuru Minori Matsushima Juli Erickson
Kibin Shun Takagi Darryl Roberds
Mobston Masashi Hirose Mark Fickert
Gali Kumiko Watanabe Bryn Apprill
Purin Yui Kano Angela Chase

Additional VoicesEdit

Video ReleasesEdit

Distributor Year Format Region Country
FUNimation Entertainment 2014 DVD 1
NTSC
United States Flag United States
Bluray fontlogo 3 A
DVB-T

One Piece Film: GoldEdit

One Piece Film: Gold (ワンピースフィルムゴールド Wan Pīsu Firumu Gōrudo) is the thirteenth feature film based on the One Piece franchise, making its world premiere at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi on July 15, 2016, and later premiering in Japan on July 23, 2016. The film was directed by Hiroaki Miyamoto, scripted by Tsutomu Kuroiwa, and executive produced by Eiichiro Oda.

Synopsis

Set in Gran Tesoro, an independent country chartered by the World Government, home of the world's greatest entertainment city where well-known pirates, Marines, and millionaires throughout the world gather in an "absolute sanctuary" that even the World Government can't touch. There, the Straw Hat Pirates meet the ruler of the country, the golden emperor, Gild Tesoro, who easily wins pirates, the Marines, and even the World Government over to his side with money. He is about to take action to satisfy his bottomless ambition which may result in major changes in power relationships in the New World…


CastEdit

Image Character Seiyū English Voice
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher Sabat
Nami Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Sonny Strait
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Brina Palencia
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi Stephanie Young
Franky Kazuki Yao Patrick Seitz
Brook Chō Ian Sinclair
Gild Tesoro Kazuhiro Yamaji Keith Silverstein
Takahiro Sakurai (young) Dallas Reid
Baccarat Nanao Arai Amber Lee Connors
Dice Kendo Kobayashi Tyson Rinehart
Tanaka Gaku Hamada Daman Mills
Carina Hikari Mitsushima Michele Knotz
Raise Max Kin'ya Kitaōji Garrett Schenck
Akainu Fumihiko Tachiki Andrew Love
Rob Lucci Tomokazu Seki Jason Liebrecht
Spandam Masaya Onosaka Christopher Corey Smith
Sabo Tōru Furuya Vic Mignogna
Koala Satsuki Yukino Jeannie Tirado
Kent Beef Jr. Arata Furuta Brian Olvera
Pork Josh Grelle
Jimmy Myers Kurokke Alejandro Saab
Captain Long Wataru Takagi Chad Cline
Morkin Nadal Joel McDonald
Narcie Nobuyuki Hiyama Scott Frerichs
Lepre Rena Takeda Kristi Kang
Bit Ayaka Miyoshi Kristen Lee
Kiruko Arisa Sato Jennifer Green
Alba Nanase Nishino Katy Tye
Curve Ryō Narita David Trosko
Straight Yasuhiro Mamiya Matt Shipman
Rikka Chika Sakamoto Jill Harris
Tempo Naoko Watanabe Bryn Apprill
Double Down Naoto Takenaka ¿?
White Jack Keith Kubal
Camael Masakazu Mimura
Stella Ryoko Gi Madeleine Morris

Additional VoicesEdit

Video ReleasesEdit

Distributor Year Format Region Country
FUNimation Entertainment 2017 DVD 1
NTSC
United States Flag United States
Bluray fontlogo 3 A
DVB-T