What if Super Mario 64 was an Animated Film in the 90's?
What if Super Mario Bros was a TV Show in the 1960's?
The story begins on Bob Hoskins in 1980 to the film of A Christmas Carol in 2009 for his acting career to his flashback of his childhood for his mother and father.
Did you know the 1993 live-action “Super Mario Bros.” movie could've been a LOT different? When it was first green-lighted in 1991, the first draft of the script envisioned a COMPLETELY different film, one that was actually faithful to the games. It would've involved Mario and Luigi (played by Danny DeVito and Steve Buscemi) as they attempt to rescue Princess Hildy (the princess was still called “Toadstool” in the US back then, so the producers wanted a better name) from the evil King Koopa (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in very, VERY heavy makeup and costuming) in a wacky world reminiscent …
This story of the 7-year-old orphaned boy, Barry, lives in San Francisco and ran away to New York City, where he met Peach and Daisy in the Columbia University. The Italian plumbers, Mario and Luigi, is going to fix the pipes in the cafe. Luigi meets Daisy and Mario meets Peach until they want to go back in the college. As the Bowser, Jr. and Boom Boom is taking Peach from Brooklyn. Later, they kidnapped Daisy as Barry followed them, but the Mario Bros. searching for Daisy and Peach. They went in the Koopa place to beat Bowser and save …
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