Super Mario Bros.
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- While on the narrow ledge just before entering the alternate
dimension, the Mario brothers switch places.
- The Mario brothers appear momentarily without their tool
belts after they first enter the alternate dimension.
- In "Devo 4" Luigi's button unbuttons and rebuttons
- When King Koopa puts his two bumbling cousins into the devo
machine to make them smarter so they don't screw up as much.
Except they still bumble around and mess up the only thing
that seems different is that they have a better vocabulary for
- At the end of the movie when Koopa dies, everyone is turned
back to normal...except Toad.
- After being evolved to get smarter, Iggy asks Spike what the
square root of 26481 is. Iggy corrects him in saying is
191...when the real square root of 26481 is 162.729ect...
- When Luigi jumps over the cliff into the wall where Daisy
was taken too you can see his shadow over the cliff.
- The set for "Dinohattan" was built in an abandoned
cement factory in the woods outside of Wilmington, North
Carolina. Set designs were adapted to the existing structure
of the building.
- The movie was filmed at Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
- If you wait after the credits of the movie, you will see a
short skit of some Japanese business men asking Iggy and Spike
about appearing in a video game based on the incidents in the
- Although it looks as if a Part 2 was made, it never happened
Performed by Roxette
"LOVE IS THE DRUG"
Performed by diVinyls
"WHERE ARE YOU GOING?"
Performed by Extreme
Performed by Megadeth
"WALK THE DINOSAUR"
Performed by The Goombas Featuring George Clinton
"I WOULD STOP THE WORLD"
Performed by Charles & Eddie
"SPEED OF LIGHT"
Performed by Joe Satriani
"TIE YOUR MOTHER DOWN"
Performed by Queen
"I WANT YOU"
Performed by Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch
"SOMEWHERE MY LOVE"
Performed by Frankie Yankovic
Performed by US3
*** A Soundtrack is available on CD, your best bet is to find
it on Ebay
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