AB Groupe

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AB Groupe
Type Broadcast, television and online
Country  France
Launch date
1977 (incorporation)
1987 (television)
Official website

The AB Groupe is a French business group in the field of broadcasting.

It was founded in 1977 by Jean-Luc Azoulay and Claude Berda as a music production company, and in 1987 went into the world of television.

In English speaking regions, the AB Groupe is best known for their English dub of the Dragon Ball Z films that were aired on Toonami UK and released on DVD out-of-order in the Netherlands. This dub features an unknown cast and became known as the "Big Green dub" because Piccolo's name was changed to "Big Green". AB Groupe's dub of Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest was released on DVD by Warner Vision in the UK under the name "The Strongest Guy In The World" in 2003.[1]

The AB Groupe also distributed the Blue Water Studios dubs of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT in Canada and Europe.


Channel Country Category Information
AB1 France Entertainment Pay-TV
AB3 Belgium General
AB4 Belgium General
AB Moteurs France Sport Pay-TV
Action France Movie channel Pay-TV
Animaux France Documentary Pay-TV
Chasse et Pêche France Documentary Pay-TV
Ciné FX France Movie channel Pay-TV
Ciné Polar France Movie channel Pay-TV
Encyclo France Documentary Pay-TV
Escales France Documentary Pay-TV
Lucky Jack.tv France Games
Mangas France Children's channel Pay-TV
RTL9 France General Pay-TV
Toute l'Histoire France Documentary Pay-TV
XXL France Adult Pay-TV


  1. ^ Dragonball Z: The Strongest Guy In The World, Wmv, 2003-11-17, retrieved 2016-07-02 

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