History Anime / TheGreatMissionToSavePrincessPeach

29th Jul '17 1:52:11 PM nombretomado
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One night, while playing his [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]], Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant King Koopa. King Koopa then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Mystic tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom King Koopa intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom King Koopa has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the [[RuleOfThree three powerful items]] of the Super Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star, which help them in their quest. They make it to King Koopa's castle just in time to [[WeddingSmashers crash the wedding]], Mario defeats King Koopa, and it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Haru, Peach's previously unmentioned future lover, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself.

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One night, while playing his [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]], Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant King Koopa. King Koopa then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Mystic tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom King Koopa intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom King Koopa has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the [[RuleOfThree three powerful items]] of the Super Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star, which help them in their quest. They make it to King Koopa's castle just in time to [[WeddingSmashers crash the wedding]], Mario defeats King Koopa, and it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Haru, Peach's previously unmentioned future lover, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself.
30th Jun '17 1:31:37 AM luisedgarf
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Oddly enough, the movie credited Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto as the creator of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' Until the '90s, Miyamoto's identity was a very well kept secret for Nintendo, which wasn't unusual for many Japanese video game companies in the '80s and '90s, mostly for preventing industrial espionage and also for keeping their privacy.[[note]]At least for Western players. In Japan, Miyamoto's identity was already public much earlier, but until ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'', he was credited under a pseudonym and not under his real name.[[/note]]



** Oddly enough, the movie credited Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto as the creator of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' Until the '90s, Miyamoto's identity was a very well kept secret for Nintendo, which wasn't unusual for many Japanese video game companies in the '80s and '90s, mostly for preventing industrial espionage and also for keeping their privacy.[[note]]At least for Western players. In Japan, Miyamoto's identity was already public much earlier, but until ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'', he was credited under a pseudonym and not under his real name.[[/note]]
29th Jun '17 4:25:42 PM fruitstripegum
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* {{Greed}}: Luigi, in contrast with his portrayal almost anywhere else. This is justified, though, as his personality wasn't established when this movie came out.



* {{Greed}}: Luigi, in contrast with his portrayal almost anywhere else. This is justified, though, as his personality wasn't established when this movie came out.
25th Jun '17 9:44:18 AM Mario500
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* AnimatedAdaptation: Notable for being the first animated adaptation based in a Nintendo game, until the animated adaptations of ''FireEmblem'' and ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' came out in the '90s.
** Oddly enough, the movie credited Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto as the creator of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' Until the '90s, Miyamoto's identity was a very well kept secret for Nintendo, who wasn't unusual for many Japanese video game companies in the '80s and '90s, mostly for preventing industrial espionage and also for keeping their privacy.[[note]]At least for Western players. In Japan, Miyamoto's identity was already public much earlier, but until ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'', he was credited under a pseudonym and not under his real name.[[/note]]

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* AnimatedAdaptation: Notable for being the first animated adaptation based in a Nintendo game, until the animated adaptations of ''FireEmblem'' and ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' came out in the '90s.
** Oddly enough, the movie credited Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto as the creator of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' Until the '90s, Miyamoto's identity was a very well kept secret for Nintendo, who which wasn't unusual for many Japanese video game companies in the '80s and '90s, mostly for preventing industrial espionage and also for keeping their privacy.[[note]]At least for Western players. In Japan, Miyamoto's identity was already public much earlier, but until ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'', he was credited under a pseudonym and not under his real name.[[/note]]
13th Dec '16 8:01:38 AM kataangluvr
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* JapaneseSiblingTerminology: Luigi refers to Mario as "aniki". The rough English translation is "bro", which is what Luigi calls Mario the translated games.

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* JapaneseSiblingTerminology: Luigi refers to Mario as "aniki". The rough English translation is "bro", which is what Luigi calls Mario in the translated games.
13th Dec '16 8:01:12 AM kataangluvr
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* JapaneseSiblingTerminology: Luigi refers to Mario as "aniki". The rough English translation is "bro", which is what Luigi calls Mario the translated games.
12th Sep '16 12:41:44 PM Monolaf317
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One night, while playing his [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]], Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant King Koopa. King Koopa then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Mystic tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom King Koopa intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom King Koopa has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the [[RuleOfThree three powerful items]] of the Super Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star, which help them in their quest. They make it to King Koopa's castle just in time to [[WeddingSmashers crash the wedding]], Mario defeats King Koopa, and [[spoiler:it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Haru, Peach's previously unmentioned future lover, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself]].

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One night, while playing his [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]], Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant King Koopa. King Koopa then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Mystic tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom King Koopa intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom King Koopa has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the [[RuleOfThree three powerful items]] of the Super Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star, which help them in their quest. They make it to King Koopa's castle just in time to [[WeddingSmashers crash the wedding]], Mario defeats King Koopa, and [[spoiler:it it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Haru, Peach's previously unmentioned future lover, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself]].
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23rd Apr '16 10:20:57 AM TheFarmboy
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* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: While shocked to learn that [[spoiler: Peach is already engaged to Prince Haru, Mario wishes her happiness for their future.]]
17th Apr '16 12:53:23 PM kataangluvr
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** Most notably, Luigi's outfit is blue over yellow instead of blue over green. He also wears a blue hat instead of green.

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** Most notably, Luigi's outfit is blue over yellow instead of blue over green. He also wears a blue hat instead of green. It's made even more confusing as the poster shows him wearing blue over red.



* DidNotGetTheGirl

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* DidNotGetTheGirlDidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:One of the few times where Mario does not end up with Peach.]]
20th Nov '15 11:27:09 AM MissConception
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One night, while playing his [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]], Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant King Koopa. King Koopa then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Mystic tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom King Koopa intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom King Koopa has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the [[RuleOfThree three powerful items]] of the Super Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star, which help them in their quest. They make it to King Koopa's castle just in time to [[WeddingSmashers crash the wedding]], Mario defeats King Koopa, and [[spoiler:it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Haru, Peach's previously unmentioned fiancé, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself]].

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One night, while playing his [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]], Mario gets an unexpected visit from the lovely Princess Peach, who is on the run from evil tyrant King Koopa. King Koopa then shows up and kidnaps her, leaving behind the pendant that she always wears. The next day, a little dog called Kibidango shows up at the grocery store owned by Mario and his brother Luigi (yes, they're grocers in this movie) and takes the jewel. The Mario Bros. give chase after him and wind up in the Mushroom Kingdom, where they meet the wise old Mushroom Hermit. The Mystic tells them that they've been brought to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach, whom King Koopa intends to marry on Friday the 13th, and save the people whom King Koopa has turned into useless objects. The Mario Bros. embark on this journey, along the way gathering the [[RuleOfThree three powerful items]] of the Super Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star, which help them in their quest. They make it to King Koopa's castle just in time to [[WeddingSmashers crash the wedding]], Mario defeats King Koopa, and [[spoiler:it turns out that Kibidango is actually Prince Haru, Peach's previously unmentioned fiancé, future lover, much to the disappointment of Mario, who had fallen in love with the Princess himself]].



* BittersweetEnding: The fact that [[spoiler:Kibidango/Prince Haru is actually Peach's fiancé [[DidNotGetTheGirl upsets not only Mario]], but [[ShipSinking also the Mario/Peach fans]].]] Needless to say, the fact that [[spoiler:Prince Haru]] was never incorporated into the games should speak volumes about how many fans were upset by that revelation even back then, it could also explain why the movie has become so obscure, that it never had an overseas release.

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* BittersweetEnding: The fact that [[spoiler:Kibidango/Prince Haru is actually Peach's fiancé owns the other Brooch which signifies his destiny with Peach [[DidNotGetTheGirl upsets not only Mario]], but [[ShipSinking also the Mario/Peach fans]].]] Needless to say, the fact that [[spoiler:Prince Haru]] was never incorporated into the games should speak volumes about how many fans were upset by that revelation even back then, it could also explain why the movie has become so obscure, that it never had an overseas release.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: A blink-and-you'll miss it in the beginning where Luigi states the gem Peach dropped [[spoiler:has a twin.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: A blink-and-you'll miss it in the beginning where Luigi states the gem Brooch that Peach dropped [[spoiler:has a twin.]]
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