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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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Masami Hata

Writers:

Hideo Takayashiki (screenplay), Shigeru Miyamoto (characters) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tôru Furuya ... Mario (voice)
Yû Mizushima Yû Mizushima ... Luigi (voice)
Junko Hori 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 Keaton Yamada ... Hammer Bros. (voice)
Yuriko Yamamoto ... Kinopio (Toad) A (voice)
Hiroko Emori ... Kinopio (Toad) B (voice)
Hiroko Maruyama Hiroko Maruyama ... Kuribo (Goomba) A (voice)
Kazue Komiya Kazue Komiya ... Kuirbo (Goomba) B (voice)
Reiko Nakano Reiko Nakano ... Patapata no Oya (Parent Paratroopa) (voice)
Maki Itô Maki Itô ... Patapata no Kodomo (Child Paratroopa) (voice) (as Berîzu)
Chiemi Matsumoto Chiemi Matsumoto ... Patapata no Kodomo (Child Paratroopa) (voice) (as Berîzu)
Hiromi Ônishi Hiromi Ônishi ... Patapata no Kodomo (Child Paratroopa) (voice) (as Berîzu)
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The Mario Bros. get sucked into their Famicom game, and must now rescue Princess Peach from King Bowser Koopa.

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

20 July 1986 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Super Mario Bros.: A Grande Missão para Salvar a Princesa Peach! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby (theatrical print)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Even in Japan, the film's very hard to find. The VHS release, distributed by VAP, was only issued for rental, only a couple copies exist on auctions, price ranging from $200-$600. See more »

Goofs

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

Quotes

Luigi: What the Hell?
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Crazy Credits

When the end credits end, Mario and Luigi smile and wave to the audience, evidently a good-bye to theater patrons, as they enter a pipe with the Grouper Productions logo superimposed on it. See more »

Connections

Featured in Nostalgia Critic: Super Mario Bros: the Anime (2017) See more »

Soundtracks

Doki-doki Do It! ~Bishitto-bashitto Rock'n Roll Gakkô-hen~
Music by Toshiyuki Kimori
Lyrics by Mari Hayama
Performed by Mirai Dôji
Arranged by Toshiyuki Kimori
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Super Mario Bros: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach
14 May 2006 | by rochcooks9786-1See all my reviews

The very first Japanimation of the Super Mario Bros. hits the big screen!!! This short, 60-minute movie was released to theaters on July 20, 1986 in Japan. The title, translated as "Super Mario Bros: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach" pretty much outlines the plot. This film was never released outside of Japan, and therefore has no English translation or subtitles. It is by now out-of-print and extremely difficult to find. In the opening segment, Mario and Luigi (Luigi's color scheme is different, the first and only time this is shown) are employees at a grocery. Mario is seen holding an emerald necklace, which we are lead to believe belongs to Princess Peach. (The Princess' name in Japan was always Peach, later changed to Toadstool while the games were being marketed in the U.S.) While he and Luigi discuss the value of this gem, some weird little creature walks in and steals the necklace. Mario and Luigi are seen giving chase until getting sucked into a Warp Zone. Once they arrive in the Time Warp they encounter the Mushroom Hermit, who tells them that Princess Peach has been captured by King Bowser Koopa. The rest of the movie shows the Bros. on their journey to save the Princess. One of the highlights is when Mario is asleep and Luigi looks for food before being tricked by two goombas into eating wild mushrooms. These of course turn out to be poisonous mushrooms, causing Luigi to become hysterical. Another incident is where Mario is asleep again and dreams about Princess Peach and him dancing together.The music that plays in the background is simply called "I Love You", the remaining lyrics sung in Japanese by Princess Peach, voiced by Mami Yamase. All in all, the movie is quite tastefully done. It is full of laughs as well as romance. The scenes of Mario and the Princess together are very touching. I have only seen a few clips of this movie on a website. I highly recommend it to be viewed by all Mario fans. This is a truly revolutionary piece of Mario history!!!!


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