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OverviewEdit

This show is based on the video game Super Mario Bros.. It also has live-action segments starring the actors in their Brooklyn plumbing shop, and occasionally, a Legend of Zelda-themed cartoon.

CastEdit

  • Mario - Lou Albano
  • Luigi - Danny Wells
  • Princess Toadstool - Jeannie Elias
  • Toad - John Stocker
  • King Koopa - Harvey Atkin

Opening LyricsEdit

Hey paisanos! It's the Super Mario Brothers Super Show!

We're the Mario Brothers, and plumbing's our game

We're not like the others who get all the fame

If your sink is in trouble, you can call us on the double

We're faster than the others, you'll be hooked on the Brothers

Unh!

H-hooked on the Brothers

Gimme gimme, gimme gimme

Yo, you're in for a treat, so hang on to your seat

Get ready for adventure and remarkable feats

You'll meet Koopas, the Troopas, the Princess, and the others

Hangin' with the plumbers, you'll be hooked on the brothers

To the bridge! 

Unh! Unh!

I say a h-h-h-h-hooked on the brothers! (echo and fade out)

Closing Credits Lyrics: "Do the Mario!"Edit

Do the Mario!

Swing your arms from side to side

Come on, it's time to go, do the Mario!

Take one step, and then again

Let's do the Mario, all together now!

You got it!

It's the Mario!

Do the Mario!

Swing your arms from side to side

Come on, it's time to go, do the Mario!

Take one step, and then again

Let's do the Mario, all together now!

Come on now, just like that!

Broadcast historyEdit

Channel aired Broadcast run
First-run syndication September 4, 1989–September 11, 1991
The Family Channel September 15, 1991–August 26, 1994
The Family Channel September 3, 1994–September 28, 1996 (as Mario All Stars)
USA Network 1996 January–June 1997 (as Mario All Stars)

List of affiliates of where the show was broadcast:

  • New York City, NY - WNYW (Channel 5)
  • Washington, D.C. - WTTG (Channel 5)
  • Los Angeles, CA - KTTV (Channel 11)
  • Las Vegas, Nevada - KVVU (Channel 5)

Home video timelineEdit

VHSEdit

Main article: Super Mario Bros. Super Show (VHS)

Later releasesEdit

Format Title Release date List price
VHS Super Mario Bros.: Super Christmas Adventures! October 1, 1996 $9.99
VHS Super Mario Bros.: Mario's Monster Madness February 26, 2002 $9.99
VHS Super Mario Bros.: Action Adventures February 26, 2002 $9.99
DVD Super Mario Bros. Super Show: Volume 1 March 28, 2006
  • $29.99 (2006-2010)
  • $19.99 (2010-2012)
DVD Super Mario Bros. Super Show: Volume 2 October 31, 2006
  • $29.99 (2006-2010)
  • $19.99 (2010-2012)
iTunes Super Mario Bros. Super Show: Season 1 Q2 2010 $24.99
iTunes Super Mario Bros. Super Show: Season 2 Q2 2010 $29.99
DVD Super Mario Bros. Super Show: Volume 1 May 22, 2012
  • $19.99 (2012-2014)
  • $14.99 (2014-present)
DVD Super Mario Bros. Super Show: Volume 2 October 9, 2012
  • $19.99 (2012-2014)
  • $14.99 (2014-present)

TriviaEdit

  • An MIDI sequence for of the "Do the Mario" song was uploaded to The Mushroom Kingdom on October 18, 1997.
  • The Mario cartoons were moved to the new Mario Mania section on March 29, 2001.

GalleryEdit

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