Overview

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.

Cast

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

Episodes

Main article: List of Super Mario Bros. Super Show episodes

Broadcast history

Channel aired Broadcast run
First-run syndication September 11, 1989 – September 6, 1991
The Family Channel.png September 8, 1991 – August 27, 1994
The Family Channel.png September 3, 1994 – September 28, 1996 (as Mario All Stars)
USA Network 1996.png January 6, 1997 – June 6, 1997 (as Mario All Stars)
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Syndication reruns
May 25, 1998 - May 28, 2000

List of affiliates of where the show was broadcast:

  • Albany, NY - WXXA (Channel 23/Fox)
  • Albuquerque, NM - KGSW (Channel 14/Fox)
  • Atlanta, GA - WATL (Channel 36/Fox)
  • Baltimore, MD - WNUV (Channel 54/Independent)
  • Birmingham, AL - WTTO (Channel 21/Independent)
  • Boston, MA - WFXT (Channel 25/Fox)
  • Burlington, VT - WVNY (Channel 22/ABC)
  • Cedar Rapids, IA - KOCR (Channel 28/Fox)
  • Charleston, WV - WVAH (Channel 11/Fox)
  • Chicago, IL - WFLD (Channel 32/Fox)
  • Cleveland, OH - WUAB (Channel 43/Independent)
  • Cincinnati, OH - WIII (Channel 64/Independent)
  • Columbus, OH - WWAT (Channel 53/Independent)
  • Dallas, TX - KDAF (Channel 33/Fox)
  • Denver, CO - KTVD (Channel 20/Independent)
  • Des Moines, IA - KDSM (Channel 17/Fox)
  • Detroit, MI - WXON (Channel 20/Independent)
  • El Paso, TX - KCIK (Channel 14/Fox)
  • Eugene, OR - K25AS (Channel 25/Fox)
  • Fayetteville, NC - WKFT (Channel 40/Independent)
  • Fort Myers, FL - WFTX (Channel 36/Fox)
  • Green Bay, WI - WGBA (Channel 26/Independent)
  • Greensboro, NC - WNRW (Channel 45/Fox)
  • Greenville, NC - WFXI (Channel 8/Fox)
  • Greenville, SC - WHNS (Channel 21/Fox)
  • Hartford, CT - WTXX (Channel 20/Independent)
  • Harrisburg, PA - WPMT (Channel 43/Fox)
  • Houston, TX - KRIV (Channel 26/Fox)
  • Huntsville, AL - WZDX (Channel 54/Fox)
  • Indianapolis, IN - WTTV & WTTK (Channels 4 & 29/Independent)
  • Jacksonville, FL - WNFT (Channel 47/Independent)
  • Johnstown, PA - WWCP (Channel 8/Fox)
  • Kansas City, MO - KSHB (Channel 41/Fox)
  • Las Vegas, NV - KVVU (Channel 5/Fox)
  • Los Angeles, CA - KTTV (Channel 11/Fox)
  • Louisville, KY - WDRB (Channel 41/Fox)
  • Memphis, TN - WPTY (Channel 24/Independent)
  • Miami, FL - WDZL (Channel 39/Independent)
  • Milwaukee, WI - WVTV (Channel 18/Independent)
  • Minneapolis, MN - KITN (Channel 29/Fox)
  • Monterey, CA - KCBA (Channel 35/Fox)
  • Nashville, TN - WZTV (Channel 17/Independent)
  • New Orleans, LA - WGNO (Channel 26/Independent)
  • New York City, NY - WNYW (Channel 5/Fox)
  • Norfolk, VA - WGNT (Channel 27/Independent)
  • Oklahoma City, OK - KAUT (Channel 43/Fox)
  • Orlando, FL - WKCF (Channel 68/Independent)
  • Philadelphia, PA - WGBS (Channel 57/Independent)
  • Phoenix, AZ - KPHO (Channel 5/Independent)
  • Pittsburgh, PA - WPGH (Channel 53/Fox)
  • Portland, OR - KPDX (Channel 49/Fox)
  • Providence, RI - WNAC (Channel 64/Fox)
  • Raleigh, NC - WYED (Channel 17/Independent)
  • Sacramento, CA - KTXL (Channel 40/Fox)
  • St. Louis, MO - KDNL (Channel 30/Fox)
  • Salt Lake City, UT - KXIV (Channel 14/Independent)
  • San Francisco, CA - KTVU (Channel 2/Fox)
  • Seattle, WA - KSTW (Channel 11/Independent)
  • Spokane, WA - KREM (Channel 2/CBS)
  • Tampa, FL - WTMV (Channel 32/Independent)
  • Terre Haute, IN - WBAK (Channel 38/ABC)
  • Washington, D.C. - WTTG (Channel 5/Fox)
  • West Palm Beach, FL - WTVX (Channel 34/Independent)
  • Wichita Falls, TX - KJTL (Channel 18/Fox)

List of affiliates of where the show was broadcast during The Program Exchange reruns:

  • Boston, MA - WNDS (Channel 50/Independent)
  • Cedar Rapids, IA - KFXA & KFXB (Channels 28 & 40/Fox)
  • Dallas, TX - KDAF (Channel 33/WB)
  • Fort Myers, FL - WFTX (Channel 36/Fox)
  • Greenville, SC - WHNS (Channel 21/Fox)
  • New Orleans, LA - WUPL (Channel 54/UPN)
  • Salt Lake City, UT - KUWB (Channel 30/WB)
  • Washington, DC - WDCA (Channel 20/UPN)

All 52 episodes are available for digital streaming as of 2014.

Home video timeline

VHS

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

Later releases

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 Mario's Movie Madness September 27, 2005
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)
DVD Vol. 1: Once Upon a Koopa December 18, 2007
DVD Vol. 2: Mario of the Deep July 22, 2008
DVD Vol. 3: Air Koopa September 16, 2008
DVD Vol. 4: Mario Spellbound September 16, 2008
DVD Vol. 5: Mario's Adventures Out West March 3, 2009
DVD The Best of the Super Mario Bros. Super Show! April 14, 2009
DVD Vol. 6: Showdown in Brooklyn May 5, 2009
DVD Mario Bros. Mix September 8, 2009
DVD Vol. 7: Off the Map June 1, 2010
DVD Koopa Kronicles September 14, 2010
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)

The episode "On Her Majesty's Sewer Service" was not re-released on DVD in 2012.

Trivia

  • 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.

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