Super Mario Bros. (also known as Super Mario Bros.: The Movie) is a 1993 adventure comedy film loosely based on the Mario video game series by Nintendo. It is the first feature-length live-action film to be based on a video game. The film was directed by the husband-and-wife team of Rocky Morton and Annabel Jankel, written by Parker Bennett, Terry Runté and Ed Solomon and distributed by Buena Vista Pictures through Hollywood Pictures. Its story follows the Mario brothers (Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo) in their quest to rescue Princess Daisy (Samantha Mathis) from a dystopic parallel universe ruled by the ruthless President Koopa (Dennis Hopper).
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Because of this attack, some copies of the movie cut a scene. Villain President Koopa's plan works, and his world and Mario's begin to merge. Koopa, his henchmen and Mario emerge in Mario's world. The cut scene comes before Luigui reverses the process, Mario notices that the two towers are looking similar to the towers he saw in President Koopa's world.