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Sûpâ Mario burazâzu: Pîchi-hime kyushutsu dai sakusen! (1986)

The Mario Bros. get sucked into their Famicom game, and must now rescue Princess Peach from King Bowser Koopa.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tôru Furuya ...
Mario (voice)
Yû Mizushima ...
Luigi (voice)
Junko Hori ...
Jugem (Lakitu) / Miss Endless (voice)
Shigeru Chiba ...
Kibidango (Dumpling Dog) (voice)
Masami Kikuchi ...
Prince Haru (voice)
Kôhei Miyauchi ...
Kinoko Sen'nin (Mushroom Hermit) (voice)
Keaton Yamada ...
Hammer Bros. (voice)
Yuriko Yamamoto ...
Hiroko Emori ...
Hiroko Maruyama ...
Kuribo (Goomba) A (voice)
Kazue Komiya ...
Kuirbo (Goomba) B (voice)
Reiko Nakano ...
Patapata no Oya (Parent Paratroopa) (voice)
Maki Itô ...
Patapata no Kodomo (Child Paratroopa) (voice) (as Berîzu)
Chiemi Matsumoto ...
Patapata no Kodomo (Child Paratroopa) (voice) (as Berîzu)
Hiromi Ônishi ...
Patapata no Kodomo (Child Paratroopa) (voice) (as Berîzu)


The Mario Bros. get sucked into their Famicom game, and must now rescue Princess Peach from King Bowser Koopa.

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Release Date:

20 July 1986 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen!  »

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Sound Mix:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The name of the song played during the end credits is "I Love You", sung by Mami Yamase who also voiced Peach in this movie. See more »


Luigi's overalls on the VHS cover do not match the ones he wears throughout the film. See more »


Kibidango: Oh Brother.
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Crazy Credits

After the credits, there is a segment in which Miss Endless (customer of Mario Grocery) visits the grocery store only to discover that Bowser and his minions work at the shop now, Miss Endless is visibly overjoyed with better service and cries out as the background changes blue and the words "GAME OVER" appear while the Super Mario Bros "game over" music plays under the end. See more »


References Gojira (1954) See more »


Castle Theme
Composed by Koji Kondo
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Earliest adaption of an animated Super Mario Bros.
15 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the oldest animated Super Mario Bros. Cartoon. And it contains all the elements from the game. The plot is similar to with the whole Mario Bros. travel in Mushroom Kingdom to save Princess Peach from Bowser. Only the story is different.

There are minor and secondary characters entirely original for this movie only. Plus it has a few changes like Luigi wearing yellow instead of green, & the Mario Bros. are grocery store owners and not plumbers.

Despite all that the movie has a good flow to it as well as some pretty catchy Japanese voice talent. But for only 60 minutes long, there's so much more they could include in this movie.

Sadly this is the only existing Mario Bros. anime. And I think it wouldn't hurt to make another one that's done with newer animation. I mean if Pokemon can have a successful anime. Why not the Mario Bros, there's so much value that can make a highly interesting based off of a video game anime.

I didn't see this movie till most recently. And it's never been released outside of Japan at all. An English dub is out of the question as very few anime distribution companies would never dub anything this old and out of date animation.

The only way it would ever be released is to get it on a sub-only DVD and get permission by Nintendo in doing so.

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