Dragon Ball Z: Captain Ginyu - Double Cross is the nineteenth volume of the original Funimation Dragon Ball Z DVD and VHS releases. It includes the final four installments from the Ginyu Saga, episodes 57, 58, 59, and 60.
The cover art features Goku trapped inside Captain Ginyu's body (wearing the Turtle School uniform), while riding the Flying Nimbus with a terrified and confused Gohan. This cover signifies a vision that Goku has when in Ginyu's body, apparently shocked at being stuck inside the body forever.
- Goku is Ginyu and Ginyu is Goku - Frieza battles Nail in an effort to discover the password for the Dragon Balls. But can his skills measure up? Elsewhere, a powerful Goku faces the remaining Ginyu force. But careful Goku! Captain Ginyu has some fiendish trickery in store.
- Calling the Eternal Dragon - Vegeta's plan to recapture the Dragon Balls is put on hold as Gohan and Krillin are first to find the buried treasure. But all three are in for a big shock as Captain Ginyu shows up in Goku's body.
- Gohan Defeat Your Dad! - Gohan and Krillin battle Captain Ginyu, disguised in Goku's body. But watch out! Vegeta's taking action with a strength no one expected! Is Vegeta really a Super Saiyan?
- Captain Ginyu... The Frog - An injured Captain Ginyu awaits Vegeta's onslaught. But the weakened warrior has devious plans up his sleeve. Will he be able to switch bodies with Vegeta the way he managed to switch with Goku? And what will become of Goku, now struggling in Captain Ginyu's crippled body?
- For their release of the Captain Ginyu Saga, FUNimation did not include recaps or even the lone next episode preview that are usually found on their discs. This is because episodes 54-56 aired in a slightly edited form on Toonami to make up for the place at which episode 53 had been edited to stop. To make up for this, FUNimation created new recaps for half of the Captain Ginyu Saga until the footage began to sync up to the Japanese version by episode 57. Therefore, the recaps seen in the TV version of episodes 54-56 are different from the recaps seen on later DVD and Blu-ray releases.
- There is a hidden easter egg at the end of the uncut VHS version; about 5 seconds after the FUNimation logo, the first Japanese DBZ opening is shown.