An animated television series based on the many different arcade games popular at the time. There were different segments for different games, like Frogger. The series also Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. segments which featured Mario, Pauline, Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr.
The first Super Mario cartoon produced by DIC Entertainment, the show featured both a live segment and an animated segment. The show was mainly based around Super Mario Bros. 1 and 2. On Fridays, the show would play an animated Legend of Zelda segment featuring characters from the games like Link and Princess Zelda, but would still have live action Mario segments.
This cartoon featured the character of Kevin Keene being sucked into Videoland, where many different Nintendo characters and elements from several series made an appearance. Characters from the Mario series such as Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. were featured.
A live action show featuring a man dressed up and playing the role of King Koopa, the show featured a live audience which consisted of children. At the end of the episode, the man in the suit would give away prizes to winners, such as a Power Glove.
A continuation of the Super Show!, the series was based off the Famicom and NES title of Super Mario Bros. 3. It introduced the Koopalings to the DIC Entertainment line of Super Mario cartoons, and included countless new elements from Super Mario Bros. 3, which had been released in North America that same year.
A continuation of The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, this show was the last actual animated series produced by DIC. It featured characters and elements from Super Mario World, which had been released in North America just a month before the show started broadcasting. It introduced the character of Yoshi to the cast.
A Japanese-only Mario anime movie, based off the first Super Mario Bros. game. Running for approximately one hour, it was directed by Masami Hata, written by Hideo Takayashiki and produced by Masakatsu Suzuki and Tsunemasa Hatano. Additionally, it was produced by Grouper Studios (in co-operation with Nintendo) and distributed by Toei Company/VAP Video.
This action comedy film stars two teenage boys, Corey and Jimmy, who sneak out their home and set off on a trip across the country. After meeting up with a young girl, Haley, they discover that Jimmy, the emotionally disturbed little brother, has a gift for playing video games, they enter a video game competition in California. The movie features countless references to video games, and in the movies' climax, Jimmy plays Super Mario Bros. 3 for the contest at the end.
The live-action Hollywood movie adaptation of the Super Mario series, it featured Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as Mario and Luigi, and was made on a budget of $42 million. It was the first ever live-action movie adaptation of a video game.
An educational Japanese-only video, split into two segments: a Mario segment, and a Kirby segment. The Mario segment is based off of Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, and it is educational in the sense it attempts to teach Japanese children Kanji. This extremely rare tape was released on VHS, only in Japan, by HAL Laboratory, Inc. in 1995.