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Super Mario Bros. (28-May-1993)

Directors: Annabel Jankel; Rocky Morton

Writers: Parker Bennett; Terry Runte; Ed Solomon

Keywords: Fantasy, Video Game, New York, Brooklyn

Brothers Mario and Luigi, both plumbers from Brooklyn, meet Daisy, a pretty archaeology student. She is kidnapped by Iggy and Spike; they follow her to the extra-dimensional Mushroom Kingdom, where they must fight the evil King Koopa who has usurped the throne from Daisy, who is actually Princess Toadstool.

Bob Hoskins, quoted by Simon Hattenstone in "The Method? Living It Out? Cobblers!", The Guardian, 2 August 2007: "The worst thing I ever did? Super Mario Brothers. It was a fuckin' nightmare. The whole experience was a nightmare. It had a husband-and-wife team directing, whose arrogance had been mistaken for talent. After so many weeks their own agent told them to get off the set! Fuckin' nightmare. Fuckin' idiots."

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Castellaneta
29-Oct-1957   Voice of Homer Simpson
Richard Edson
1-Jan-1954   Original drummer for Sonic Youth
Lance Henriksen
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Dennis Hopper
17-May-1936 29-May-2010 Apocalypse Now
Bob Hoskins
26-Oct-1942   Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
John Leguizamo
22-Jul-1964   House of Buggin'
Samantha Mathis
12-May-1970   Jack and Sarah
Mojo Nixon
2-Aug-1957   Don Henley Must Die
Gianni Russo
12-Dec-1943   The Godfather
Fiona Shaw
10-Jul-1958   British theatre actress
Fisher Stevens
27-Nov-1963   Chuck Fishman on Early Edition
Frank Welker
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers


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