The Super Mario Bros. are back. If the video game wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t all-consuming enough, how excited was every kid in America on that day in 1989 when The Super Mario Bros. Super Show came out? Answer: So excited. Mario and Luigi were personified in living rooms across the country. They sang, they danced, held conversations with one another.
The show revealed everything anybody ever wanted to know about what went on behind the scenes of the legendary-in-itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s-own-time Nintendo video game series. The Super Mario Bros. Super Show will be released by Shout! Factory on March 28th. The DVD offers not only 24-half hour episodes totaling approximately 12 hours of Super Mario indulgence but the special features also include an interview with wrestling pro, Captain Lou Albino (Mario) and original art galleries. For more information, click this link.