Super Mario Brothers: Peach-hime Kyuushutsu Daisakusen (movie)

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Alternative title:
Super Mario Brothers: Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach 
スーパーマリオブラザーズ ピーチ姫救出大作戦! (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , comedy 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: When Princess Peach is kidnapped by the monster King Koopa, Mario and his brother Luigi journey to the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue her. 
User Ratings: 35 ratings have been given [details]
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 So-so: 5 votes (sub:5)
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Seen in part or in whole by 74 users, rank: #3912 (of 6173)
Median rating: So-so
Arithmetic mean: 4.943 (So-so), std. dev.: 2.1771, rank: #5706 (of 6167)
Weighted mean: 4.671 (So-so−), rank: #5846 (of 6167) (seen all: 4.67)
Bayesian estimate: 5.446 (So-so+), rank: #4455 (of 4644)
Running time: One hour 
Vintage: 1986-07-20
Premiere date:
1986-07-20 (Japan) 
Opening Theme:
"Doki Doki Do it! ~Bishi tto Bashi tto Rock'n Roll Gakkō-hen" (ドキ・ドキ Do it!~ビシッとバシッと Rock'n Roll 学校編~;Heart-Beating Do It! ~Snip Snap Rock'n Roll School Part~) by Mirai Dōji 
Ending Theme:
"Adieu, My Love" (アデュ・マイラブ;Farewell, My Love) by Chikako Ishikawa 
Insert song:
"Doki Doki Do it! ~Bishi tto Bashi tto Rock'n Roll Ren'ai-hen" (ドキ・ドキ Do it!~ビシッとバシッと Rock'n Roll 恋愛編~;Heart-Beating Do It! ~Snip Snap Rock'n Roll Romance Part~) by Mirai Dōji 
"Suishō-dama" (水晶球;Crystal Ball) by Mami Yamase 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Akiko Wada as Koopa King 
Tohru Furuya as Mario 
Yuu Mizushima as Luigi 

Mami Yamase as Princess Peach  (Princess Toadstool) 
Shigeru Chiba as Kibidango  (Dumpling Dog) 

Chiemi Matsumoto as Patapata Child(Paratroopa) 
Hiroko Emori as Kinopio (Toad) B 
Hiroko Maruyama as Kuribo A(Goomba) 
Hiromi Ohnishi as Patapata Child(Paratroopa) 
Jouji Yanami as Priest 
Junko Hori as
Jugem(Lakitu) 
Miss Endless 
Kazue Komiya as Kuribo (Goomba) B 
Keaton Yamada as Hammer Brothers 
Kôhei Miyauchi as Mushroom Hermit 
Maki Ito as Patapata Child(Paratroopa) 
Masaharu Satou as Nokonoko B(Koopa Troopa) 
Masami Kikuchi as Prince Haru 
Reiko Nakano as Patapata (Paratroopa) Parent 
Tetsuo Mizutori as Nokonoko A(Koopa Troopa) 
Yuriko Yamamoto as Kinopio (Toad) A 
Japanese companies
Backgrounds:
Artland 
Atelier Lascaux 
Development: Imagica 
Distributor:
Shochiku Fuji LTD 
VAP (VHS) 
Finish Animation:
Kyoto Animation 
SSC 
Studio Elle 
T Nishimura 
Original story: Nintendo 
Photography:
MADHOUSE 
Q Production 
Production Cooperation: Dentsu Inc. (Kyoto Branch) 
Recording Studio:
APU Studio 
Studio Aoi 
Sound Production: Audio Planning U 
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