Kame-Sennin's design was inspired by the character of Kami-sama from Toriyama's previous manga Dr. Slump , [ vol. 2 :afterword] and accordingly was originally voiced by Kōhei Miyauchi ,  who also voiced Kami-sama in the original Dr. Slump anime. Miyauchi's final acting session before he died was for episode 260 of Dragon Ball Z , which he recorded only 3 months before his death. Kame-Sennin is voiced by Hiroshi Masuoka from episode 288 of Dragon Ball Z onward,  in Dragon Ball GT and the 2008 Jump Super Anime Tour film . He is voiced by Kinya Aikawa in the 10th anniversary movie ,  and by Masaharu Satō in the thirteenth Dragon Ball Z movie and all media following Dragon Ball Kai .  In the Ocean dub, he is voiced by Michael Donovan , Ian James Corlett , Peter Kelamis , Don Brown , and Terry Klassen at various points. Dean Galloway voices him in the Blue Water dub, while Mike McFarland voices him in the Funimation dub. He is portrayed by Chow Yun-fat in the American live-action film Dragonball Evolution ; his voice was dubbed over by Tsutomu Isobe in the Japanese version.
Seven years later, Goku is allowed to come back to earth for one day. Oolong is at the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament supporting his friends and later goes with Bulma and the others look for the Dragon Balls. Oolong must later take refuge from Majin Buu on Kami's lookout. A day later, he is turned into chocolate and eaten by Super Buu. Later during the battle between Goku and Kid Buu his life is later restored with everyone else on the planet by a wish by Porunga and later gives his powers to Goku's Spirit Bomb to defeat Kid Buu. He later appears at Bulma's house for a party.