WHAT DOES IT CONTAIN YOU ASK?
evil_borg | MI | 11/08/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When you first put the DVD into your DVD player, it will say "WARNING" like all DVD's do. Next, it will show a video of the many glorious cartoon videos/dvd's that DIC sells.It will then say the title of the DVD, "Mario's Greatest Movie Moments". Right after, it will play the first episode. If you do not want to watch the first episode, you will have to press "MENU" on your remote control. You may press MENU at any time after the "WARNING" message.In the menu, it will say that you can PLAY the DVD, and will play every episode non-stop in order:Robo-Koopa
Raiders of the Lost Mushroom
Koopzilla!And Zelda episodes:The missing link
Kiss and TellMy list of the episodes is not in the order that the DVD displays!IN THE MAIN MENU, you do not have to click "PLAY", you may click "EPISODE GUIDE" and see all 8 episodes on the DVD, and pick which you want to watch.Next, on the main menu, you can view the trailer for DIC DVD's.LASTLY: You may click "GAME". It is a eight question trivia game, where if you get them right, a NINTH  EPISODE UNLOCKS! If you get a question wrong, you may try again.The 9th episode is "Sherlock Mario". After the episode, a real-life acting scene by Lou Albano and Danny Wells is played. [only the portion AFTER "sherlock mario" from when it aired back in 1989]. You cannot see the first half of this acting scene. After a few minutes of the acting scene, a commercial for The Legend of Zelda plays. Lastly, the rest of the acting scene [a little over a minute worth] is played, and at the end, Mario and Luigi say goodbye and to "DO THE MARIO!". The outro song is then played.
When the outro song is done, the DVD will direct you back to question number 8 and say that you got the answer wrong. After 3 seconds, it will load question 8 again. You may answer question 8 or click EXIT to main menu.THERE YOU HAVE IT, ENJOY!"
Captain Lou.....CAPTAIN LOU!!!!!
K. A Smith | 03/05/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"NEVER have I been so depressed over a DVD. All of the live action sequences DESTROYED! All of Captain Lou Albano's liquor induced hysteria GONE! ...for a DVD of nothing but terrible cartoons. Beautifully wretched and disgusting cartoons, but not worth their own DVD. No Captain Lou? No guy who played Luigi? No Winny Cooper as abandoned orphan girl? NO PIZZA PHONE?! And worst of all......no Do The Mario. NOOOOOOO!!!!!
I'm not swinging my arms from side to side...and it stings! OH IT STINGS!... Trust this review, this DVD is not what it claims to be. 8 Colmplete episodes? Only if by complete you mean "not complete." So now I cry. Not in sorrow, not in pain, but for all of those who will never experience the glorious divinity that is Lou Albano stumbling durring a scripted sequence. Good night, you princes of television. You kings of entertainment. ....rosebud"
What is everybody's problem?!
evil_borg | 03/14/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I would just like to clear a few things. Number 1, the DVD is not low quality. I watch it on my computer, and it is great! Another thing about one person complaining about no, "Do The Mario". There is! About 3 times! I do admit that they took out all the scenes with Lou Albano and Danny Wells, but there is atleast one! In the hidden episode. Just watch it and you'll see it. It's very funny. I am another victem of the commentary. I just can't find it. Maybe there is none, but I will still look.Over all, this is a good DVD. You should buy it if you remember the cartoons from when you were about 4-6 years old. Most people seem to of bought for the scenes with Lou Albano, and not the cartoons. It is worth the price, trust me!"
Do the MArio
K. A Smith | Nikiski, AK United States | 06/21/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is an excelent dvd i like how it sticks to the games very well i like all the video game sounds. I like the game and hidden episode. The MArio dance is so...funny."