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List of Mario television series

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List of Mario television series

Several television series were produced that were based on the Mario series of video games, developed by Nintendo.

Contents

  • Series 1
    • Anime 1.1
    • Film 1.2
  • Main characters 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Series

Anime

Film

Main characters

Character Television OVAs Film
Saturday Supercade
(1983-1984)
The Super Mario Bros.
Super Show!

(1989)
The Adventures of
Super Mario Bros. 3

(1990)
Super Mario World
(1991)
Super Mario
Amada anime series

(1989)
Super Mario Bros.:
The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach!

(1986)
Super Mario Bros.
(1993)
Mario Peter Cullen Lou Albano Walker Boone Toru Furuya Bob Hoskins
Luigi   Danny Wells Tony Rosato Naoki Tatsuta Yū Mizushima John Leguizamo
Princess Peach   Jeannie Elias Tracey Moore Miyako Endou Mami Yamase  
Toad   John Stocker   Miyako Endou   Mojo Nixon
Bowser/King Koopa   Harvey Atkin Masaharu Satou Akiko Wada Dennis Hopper
Yoshi   Andrew Sabiston   Frank Welker
Princess Daisy   Samantha Mathis
Donkey Kong Soupy Sales  
Pauline Judy Strangis   Dana Kaminsky

See also

External links

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