List of Mario Television Episodes

List Of Mario Television Episodes

DIC Entertainment produced three Super Mario cartoon series. The three shows consist of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (1989), The Legend of Zelda (1989), The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990), and Super Mario World (1991). Altogether, there are 91 animated episodes from the three Mario cartoon series and the Legend of Zelda series. The series first aired on September 4, 1989, and finished on December 7, 1991.

The lists on this page are ordered by airdate.

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