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Mario Kirby Masterpiece Video

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Mario Kirby Masterpiece Video
StarringMayumi Tanaka
Narrated byMayumi Tanaka
Production
company
Nintendo
HAL Laboratory
Distributed byShogakukan
Release date
1995
Running time
18 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese

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Mario Kirby Masterpiece Video (マリオ・カービィ 名作ビデオ Mario Kirby Meisaku Video) is an 18-minute educational video released by HAL Laboratory in 1995 on VHS exclusively in Japan.[1] The purpose of the video is to teach kanji to children by featuring two adventures starring Mario and Kirby separately, with still pictures narrated over by Mayumi Tanaka and kanji transcriptions.

Plot[edit]

Mario's Story[edit]

The video's Mario segment shows that the treasure of a certain school has been pilfered by the "mysterious thief W". Princess Peach informs Mario of this, and he responds by searching out this mysterious thief, soon identified as Wario. After a run-in with various enemies and crashing his Kart into a lake, Mario locates the perpetrator. He grabs a Carrot and becomes Bunny Mario (from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins), who beats Wario in his plane, recovering the lost treasure (which is revealed to be a box full of manga) and saving the day.

Kirby's Story[edit]

The Kirby segment shows Kirby finding a lost puppy whose mother has disappeared. Kirby soon concludes that the mother is in the castle of his rival, King Dedede, and sets off to find the dog's parent. However, as it turns out, King Dedede was simply helping by putting a bandage on the mother's hurt paw. Kirby sighs and they all have a big feast together in celebration of the mother's return.

References[edit]

  1. "Mario Kirby Masterpiece". Kirby Wiki. Retrieved 2018-02-04.

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