It was originally licensed for a heavily edited dub by 4Kids Entertainment. This editing included removing some of the episodes from the list. Later, Funimation acquired the licensed to release the season uncut and mostly unedited, as well as releasing an English subtitled version along with the redubbing. The third season originally ran from August 26, 2001, through December 9, 2001, on Fuji TV and contained fifteen episodes.
– One Piece – Tutti all’Arrembaggio
– Tutti All’arrembaggio
– Ван Пис
– ون بيس
– Wan Pīsu
– ONE PIECE （ワンピース）
– Lastik Çocuk
– Ντρέικ και το Κυνήγι του Θησαυρού
– וואן פיס
– Budak Getah
– Большой куш
– Великий куш
– وان پیس
– ওয়ান পিস্
– Tek parça
– Едно Цяло
– Одним куском
– Уан Пийс
At the start of season three of One Piece, Nami fell sick and the crew went looking for a doctor. This leads us to the arc that introduced Chopper, our resident Straw Hats’ doctor.
Again the animation is consistent with the rest of the anime. The only new song introduced in this season is “Before Dawn” by Ai-Sachi (Leah Clark in Funimation’s English version). Though “Before Dawn” is quite good, it is not quite on par with the previous themes.
This entire season is pretty much the Chopper arc. It does feel a bit drag out as the villains in this arc are neither powerful nor memorable. This season ends with the beginning of the Alabasta arc.
Again a short season with no filler episodes.
This is recommended as it is canon and introduced us to a new crew, but at the same time, it feels like a filler arc with how dragged out it got. One Piece contains moderate graphic violence and suggestive themes/dialogs. Intended for young adults.
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One Piece Season 3 (2001)
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– “Before Dawn” by Ai-Sachi (eps 82+)
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