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"We are real close to Majin Buu's house out here."
— "I Kill No More"

Smitty is a gunman who hangs around with the madman Van Zant and appears for a few episodes of the Majin Buu Saga. In the uncut version, a scene is shown where Van Zant gets Smitty to shoot an old man. Smitty hesitates to kill him, but after he does, he finds it fun to kill people. In the Japanese dub and the manga, it is implied that Van Zant is from a wealthy family/background and Smitty is his butler, as the latter refers to the former as "young master."


Dragon Ball Z

Majin Buu Saga

Main article: Majin Buu Saga


Smitty shocked at Buu's transformation

Smitty is first seen when Van Zant shoots an elderly lady with no mercy. At Van Zant's request, and with some hesitation, Smitty shoots her husband. Just like Van Zant, Smitty eventually enjoys slaughtering people he comes across. After killing many innocents, they attack Majin Buu and blow up his house. Then Mr. Satan beats them up, knocking Smitty off the edge of the hill before pummeling Van Zant.


Smitty's horrible death at the hands of Super Buu

When Mr. Satan is shot by Van Zant, Majin Buu becomes incredibly mad, and creates Evil Buu. Smitty watches the battle between Majin Buu and Evil Buu, his tall thin gray counterpart, and sees Van Zant get vaporized by Evil Buu's Guilty Flash. When Evil Buu eats Majin Buu and turns into Super Buu, he notices Smitty, who desperately tries to shoot him, but fails, so he runs. Buu turns into liquid and goes down Smitty's throat as part of his Dangerous Liquid Bomb technique, making him expand until he explodes.

Video game appearances

BF Smitty

Smitty in Buu's Fury

Voice actors


  • In the Ocean Dub, he speaks with a Scottish accent.
  • Though Smitty's submachine gun appeared as a hybrid of a Minebea PM-9 (the Japanese variant of the Israeli IMI Uzi) and a WWII-era M3A1 "Grease Gun" in the original manga and anime, in the Viz localization of the manga, it had a greater resemblance to a child's Super Soaker water pistol, with the lack of iron sight, magazine, and receiver.