I'll look around for you, but to be honest even with all the problems that the earlier Funimation releases had. The Ocean Group script was pretty bad, I only enjoy certain voice actors from the Canadian studio more because they fit their roles better and/or are honestly better human beings than certain d-bags that work for Funimation. I live a mile away from Ocean Group Studios so maybe I can pull some strings and get in there one day before I leave this place.
Thanks hope you can find it.. I can always get the DVDs of the Ocean Dub.. surprised I never did but I do have some on VHS still. I grew up watching the Ocean Dub here in America. I never liked the Funimation dub and actors that much and didn't like the Falconer score at all. I much more prefered the Ocean actors and score. DBZ Kai is an improvement over the original Funimation dub by a lot, but the Ocean dub still has a place in my heart. What made me want to see the script is because one of my favorite scenes in DBZ is when Mr. Popo takes Bulma to Yunzabit heights. In Kai (which is considered by many to have a great or the best script) Bulma says "Yunzabit heights isn't this on the other side of the world" and in the Ocean Dub she says "Yunzabit heights isn't that the end of the earth?" It might not seem that big of a difference but to me it is, "the end of the earth" sounds much better and captures the mood and atmosphere and the score with the wind whisping around is just so nostalgic, in Kai it is good but not as good as the Ocean version...anyway lol just made me think and want to see the whole script because it seems better than Kai imo. Also most people might not realize but Ocean and their other smaller/budget studios had somewhat of a great run when it came to 80s/90s/early 00s anime, they did Dragonball (1-13 episodes), DBZ (1-53), Gundam series, Inuyasha, Ronin Warriors (love Mia Koji and Bulma they are done by same actress) and also Sailor Moon was dubbed in Canada as well. Basically all my favorite anime I watched here in America growing up were dubbed in Canada, I find that fascinating.