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Before The Super Mario Bros Super Show, but after his run on The Saturday Supercade, Mario starred in this obscure Japanese film, titled Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! (translated: The Great Mission to Save Princess Peach!), a loose Animated Adaptation of Super Mario Bros.

One night, while playing his Famicom, Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant Bowser Koopa. Bowser then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Hermit tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom Bowser intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom Bowser has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the three powerful items of the Super Mushroom, the Fire Flower, and the Starman, which help them in their quest. They make it to Bowser's castle just in time to crash Bowser's wedding to Peach, Mario defeats Bowser, and it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Hal, Peach's previously unmentioned fiancé, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself.

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