Super Mario World (TV series)

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Super Mario World is an American animated comedy television series loosely based on the Super NES video game of the same name.wikipedia
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The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

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It is the third animated series based on the Mario video game series, with the other two being The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3.
It is the first of three TV shows based on the video game series, with the others being The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World.

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

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It is the third animated series based on the Mario video game series, with the other two being The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3. Just like The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, the show is produced by DIC Animation City and the Italian studio Reteitalia, S.p.A. in association with Nintendo of America, Inc. (except it was animated by a Chinese animation studio, Pacific Rams Production, Inc.), who licensed the characters and game to DiC.
It is the second of the three TV shows based on the video game, with the others being The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and Super Mario World.

Captain N: The Game Master

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Thirteen episodes of the show were aired, as part of a block with Captain N: The Game Master called Captain N & The New Super Mario World on NBC.
The show is also part of an hour-long block in Season 2 with The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and with Super Mario World in Season 3 in a half-hour block.

Super Mario World

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Super Mario World is an American animated comedy television series loosely based on the Super NES video game of the same name.
It also led to an animated television series of the same name and a prequel, Yoshi's Island, released in August and October 1995.

Tony Rosato

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The project was dedicated to the memories of Tony Rosato and Harvey Atkin, who died during the production of the project.
He was best known as a cast member on both SCTV and Saturday Night Live, and for voicing Luigi in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World.

Phil Harnage

Phil Harnage, the writer for the original episode, praised the video as well.
1991 : Super Mario World (TV series)

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Unlike its two predecessors, this series does not feature Toad (though his voice actor, John Stocker, voices other characters in this show) and takes place in Dinosaur World instead of the Mushroom Kingdom.
Due to his absence in the Super Mario World game, Toad did not make an appearance in the TV show of Super Mario World with Yoshi and Oogtar (the latter having the same voice actor as Toad) instead taking his place.

Princess Peach

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Tracey Moore as Princess Toadstool (Peach)
In The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and the Super Mario World cartoons, she was voiced by Tracey Moore.

Mario

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Walker Boone as Mario
Mario stars in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, voiced by Walker Boone.

Andrew Sabiston

Andrew Sabiston as Yoshi
Many of the programs in which he has been involved are multiple award-winners airing globally and include: Ranger Rob, Dot, Little Bear; Max & Ruby, Mike the Knight, Arthur, Justin Time, Trucktown, Bo On the Go, My Big Big Friend, The Moblees, Little Charmers, The Adventures of Napkin Man, Donkey Kong Country, The Neverending Story, Star Wars: Droids, Super Mario World, Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs, Babar and the Adventures of Badou, and The Travels of the Young Marco Polo.

Tabitha St. Germain

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Paulina Gillis as Wendy "Kootie Pie" Koopa
The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World – Kootie Pie Koopa

Harvey Atkin

The project was dedicated to the memories of Tony Rosato and Harvey Atkin, who died during the production of the project. Harvey Atkin as King Bowser Koopa

Bowser (character)

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Harvey Atkin as King Bowser Koopa
In Super Mario World, Bowser and the Koopa Kids returned to fight Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, and Princess Peach in Dinosaur Land.

Mark Mothersbaugh

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He also wrote the new theme song for the original Felix the Cat show when it was sold to Broadway Video, some music for Pee-wee's Playhouse in 1990 and the theme song for the Super Mario World TV series for DIC Entertainment in 1991.

List of recurring Mario franchise enemies

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John Stocker as Oogtar, Magikoopa, Monty Mole, and Chargin' Chuck
Thwomps have appeared in both and The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World animated series.

John Stocker (voice actor)

John Stocker
Unlike its two predecessors, this series does not feature Toad (though his voice actor, John Stocker, voices other characters in this show) and takes place in Dinosaur World instead of the Mushroom Kingdom. John Stocker as Oogtar, Magikoopa, Monty Mole, and Chargin' Chuck

Yoshi's (jazz club)

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Andrew Sabiston as Yoshi It instead features Yoshi and a show-exclusive character named Oogtar.

NBC

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Thirteen episodes of the show were aired, as part of a block with Captain N: The Game Master called Captain N & The New Super Mario World on NBC.

Mediaset

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Just like The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, the show is produced by DIC Animation City and the Italian studio Reteitalia, S.p.A. in association with Nintendo of America, Inc. (except it was animated by a Chinese animation studio, Pacific Rams Production, Inc.), who licensed the characters and game to DiC.

Nintendo

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Just like The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, the show is produced by DIC Animation City and the Italian studio Reteitalia, S.p.A. in association with Nintendo of America, Inc. (except it was animated by a Chinese animation studio, Pacific Rams Production, Inc.), who licensed the characters and game to DiC.

Regulations on children's television programming in the United States

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The show received some negative reception during its original airtime due to the animation and writing quality, as well as formatting the aspects of this show at a preschool level.