Statue of Liberty
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The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
The Statue of Liberty made an appearance in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 episode "Recycled Koopa". When King Koopa planned to turn the human populace of New York City, let alone the rest of the Real World, into Koopa Zombies when his garbage was dumped into Brooklyn by the Koopalings, the statue was mutated into a Koopa Statue before Koopa continued his dumping spree with his Crud Cannon, and just as Mario began mutating into a Koopa Zombie himself. The statue was transformed back to normal, along with the city's populace and Mario, thanks to the brothers' Trash Smasher, and as the brothers chased Koopa out of the city, the statue commented on the success of the brothers for foiling his plan. The statue was voiced by Tracey Moore.
Mario is Missing!
The Statue of Liberty is one of the three landmarks in the city that Koopa Troopas stole artifacts from during the events of Mario is Missing!. Luigi's task is to find the Statue of Liberty Torch, which symbolizes enlightenment, and deliver it back to the statue. Upon success, he is rewarded 1,750 dollars plus a bonus prize of 2,500 dollars.
Mario Kart Tour
In Mario Kart Tour, the actual Statue of Liberty is visible in New York Minute 3 on a tunnel section, which reappears in New York Minute 4 as every notable landmark and location from across the New York Minute courses are visited on it. The statue is also depicted on a badge.
Mario is Missing! pamphlet information
The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French people to commemorate the friendship between the countries which started during the American Revolution. Built by Franco-Italian sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, Ms. Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886. Made from copper, the statue weighs 225 tons and stands 151 feet tall. Her nose alone is four feet long. The torch in her right hand is raised above the Hudson River. Her left hand holds the Declaration of Independence. The statue stands on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor.