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Anime Profile: Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach

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Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach
Released
  1 Movie
Dates
   
Company
  Holly Planning Prod, Grouper Prod, Shôchiku Fuji(Distributor)
Creator
  Suzuki Masakatsu, Hatano Tsunemasa
Director
  Masami Hata
Genre
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance
Related
Super Mario Bros. (Amanda Series) Super Mario Bros. (Amanda Series)
Characters
Bowser Kuppa
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Goomba  
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Hammerbrother  
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Jugem, Miss Endless  
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Last I checked, this anime seemed to be unavailable, but you could check again at the online stores to be sure.

Anime Characters: Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Bowser Kuppa Luigi Luigi
Goomba --?-- Mario Mario
Hammerbrother --?-- Mushroom Hermit --?--
Jugem, Miss Endless --?-- Patapata --?--
Kibedango --?-- Peach Toadstool Peach
Kinopio --?-- Prince Haru --?--
Koopa --?-- Toad --?--

Anime Description: Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach

The story is quite simple, Mario and Luigi get sucked into their Famicom (NES) game and have to say Princess Peach from Bowser like they were the video game characters. (Weren't expecting that now, were you?) As the story progresses, you'll meet a wide list of characters that are creative in their own way.

The movie was in development before Super Mario Bros. for the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was released to the Market, so many of the info and characters you see in the movie were not true, or whatever. Like the fact that the Toads look more like Cappy's from the Kirby anime.

When the movie was released on video throughout Japan, it was only rentable at movie renting retails, never to be seen actually in a store. A copy of this movie can go up to $180 in Japanese audition stores. The movie was also never dubbed and will most likely never will be.

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