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Super Mario is a Japanese anime series based on Nintendo's Super Mario video game franchise.  It will air in Japan on TV Tokyo on July 11, 2015 and on Kids Station on July 25, 2015 and an English dub recorded by Studiopolis, Inc. in the United States licensed by Viz Media on October 24, 2015 on Cartoon Network and November 7, 2015 on Boomerang.

  • Country: Japan, United States
  • First aired: Japan

Characters

For a complete list of characters, see List of Super Mario (Anime Series) characters.

Episodes

For a list of episodes, see List of Super Mario (Anime Series) episodes.

Broadcasting

  • Japan: TV Tokyo, Kids Station
  • United States:  Cartoon Network, Boomerang
  • Europe: Nintendo Anime Channel

Cast

English

  • Mario - Charles Martinet
  • Luigi - Charles Martinet
  • Bowser - Richard Epcar
  • Peach - Hynden Walch
  • Toad - Laura Bailey
  • Yoshi - Kazumi Totaka
  • Daisy - Wendee Lee
  • Wario - Charles Martinet
  • Waluigi - Charles Martinet
  • Toadette - Laura Bailey
  • Birdo - Kazumi Totaka
  • Bowser Jr. - Mona Marshall
  • Donkey Kong - Takashi Nagasako
  • Diddy Kong - Katsumi Suzuki
  • Toadsworth - Charles Martinet
  • Neil - Spike Spencer
  • Ella - Kari Wahlgren
  • Buzz - Bryce Papenbrook
  • Helen - Michelle Ruff
  • Nabbit - Vic Mignogna
  • King Boo - Kirk Thornton
  • Larry Koopa - Laura Bailey
  • Morton Koopa Jr. - Kyle Hebert
  • Wendy O. Koopa - Wendee Lee
  • Iggy Koopa - Johnny Yong Bosch
  • Roy Koopa - Travis Willingham
  • Lemmy Koopa - Laura Bailey
  • Ludwig von Koopa - Spike Spencer
  • Kamek - Kirk Thornton
  • Petey Piranha - Kyle Hebert
  • King Bob-Omb - Paul St. Peter
  • Goomboss - Wally Wingert
  • Whomp King - Kyle Hebert
  • Chief Chilly - Richard Epcar
  • Professor E. Gadd - Kazumi Totaka
  • Starlow - Stephanie Sheh
  • Dry Bowser - Richard Epcar
  • Rosalina - Ali Hillis
  • Luma - Laura Bailey
  • Polari - Quinton Flynn
  • Lubba - Kyle Hebert
  • Dixie Kong - Kahoru Sasajima
  • Cranky Kong - Takashi Nagasako
  • Funky Kong - Toshihide Tsuchiya
  • King K. Rool - Toshihide Tsuchiya
  • Mona - Kate Higgins
  • Jimmy T. - Keith Silverstein
  • Dribble - Kyle Hebert
  • Spitz - Vic Mignogna
  • Kat - Stephanie Sheh
  • Anna - Stephanie Sheh
  • 9-Volt - Barbara Goodson
  • 18-Volt - Steve Blum
  • Dr. Crygor - Paul St. Peter
  • Penny - Kari Wahlgren
  • Mike - Wally Wingert
  • Ashley - Kari Wahlgren
  • Red - Mona Marshall
  • Young Cricket - Yuri Lowenthal
  • Orbulon - Vic Mignogna
  • Pauline - Cindy Robinson
  • Captain Syrup - Rachel Robinson
  • Rudy the Clown - Patrick Seitz
  • Princess Shokora - Karen Strassman
  • Golden Diva - Cindy Robinson
  • Dr. Arewo Stein - Wally Wingert
  • Wart - Patrick Seitz
  • Mouser - Vic Mignogna
  • Tryclyde - Liam O'Brien
  • Clawgrip - Kyle Hebert
  • Fryguy - Steve Blum
  • Tatanga - Wally Wingert
  • Shadow Mario - Charles Martinet
  • Baby Mario - Charles Martinet
  • Baby Luigi - Charles Martinet
  • Baby Peach- Hynden Walch
  • Baby Bowser - Mona Marshall
  • Baby Daisy - Wendee Lee
  • Baby Donkey Kong - Takashi Nagasako
  • Baby Wario - Charles Martinet

Japanese

Home Video

Trivia

  • Most of the characters in the English dub will not have their video game voice actors, except Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, Toadswoth, Yoshi, the Kongs, Birdo, Professor E. Gadd, and King K. Rool, who retain their voice actors.

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