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General Information
Format Children's television series
Writer(s) Andy Heyward
Bob Forward
David Ehrman
David Schwartz
Jeremiah Bosgang
Director(s) Dan Riba
John Grusd
Steve Binder
Starring Lou Albano
Danny Wells
Voice Actor(s) Lou Albano
Danny Wells
Harvey Atkin
Jeannie Elias
John Stocker
Opening Theme Plumber Rap
Closing Theme Do the Mario
Composer(s) Eric Allaman
Shuki Levy
Haim Saban
Country of Origin United States
Original Language English
Seasons 1
Episodes 65
Executive Producer(s) Steve Binder
Andy Heyward
Producer(s) John Grusd
Troy Miller
Editor(s) Karen Rosenbloom
Donald P. Zappala
Runtime 20 minutes
Production Company DiC Entertainment
Distributor(s) Viacom Enterprises
Channel(s) NBC
First Aired September 4, 1989
Last Aired December 1, 1989
Status Ended
Successor The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
Related Programs King Koopa's Kool Kartoons

'The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! was the first television series based on the Mario video game series. Under permission from Nintendo, DiC Entertainment produced the sixty-five episode series. Originally aired from September 4th to December 1st, 1989, it would later spawn two animated series, The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, and one live-action series, King Koopa's Kool Kartoons, all of which were also produced by DiC. Although Mario had already appeared in The Saturday Supercade, The Super Show marked his and Luigi's first major live-action appearance and marked the first major animated appearance for many characters in the Mario series, including Luigi, Princess Toadstool, Toad, and King Koopa.

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Game & Watch Gallery 3
North American box art
Developer Nintendo
Publisher Nintendo R&D1
Platforms Game Boy, Game Boy Color
Release date Japan April 8, 1999
USA December 6, 1999
Europe February 2000
Australia ???
Genre Compilation
Rating(s) 12px: Everyone
Mode(s) 1-2 Players

Game & Watch Gallery 3 (Game Boy Gallery 4 in Japan, Europe, and Australia)[1] is a Super Mario-themed compilation of ten Game & Watch titles recreated for play on the Game Boy and Game Boy Color. Also included into the video game are updated versions of five of the Game & Watch titles featuring Mario and other characters from the series. Five of the games and a variety of other extras are initially locked when first playing the title. Players can unlock these features by achieving high scores in the Game & Watch titles.

Though the title advertised itself as "five games in one," the title also included five more unlockable Game & Watch video games.