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Super Mario World (also sometimes unofficially referred to as The Super Mario World Show) is a Saturday morning cartoon loosely based on the Super Nintendo game of the same name and is the third and thus far last cartoon based on the Mario video games. The theme song was written by Mark Mothersbaugh.
The series centered on Mario, Luigi, and Princess Toadstool, now living in Dinosaur Land (sometimes also called Dinosaur World) with Yoshi, who was depicted on the show as a curious childlike dinosaur with a large appetite and several phobias. King Koopa and the Koopalings were also around, having followed the Mario Bros. and the Princess to Dinosaur Land.
Unlike in the game, Dinosaur Land was depicted as being populated with cavepeople, including a preadolescent caveboy named Oogtar, who replaced the role of Toad. Some episodes revolved around Mario trying to introduce a modern invention to the cavepeople in an attempt to make their lives easier, only for the Koopas to twist it into an evil scheme. It is unclear whether the characters had traveled back in time (in the episode "Rock TV", King Koopa mentions "there's no TV here in the Stone Age [because] it hansn't been invented yet"), or if Dinosaur Land was simply a "lost valley"-esque island that the characters had come to (in the flashback episode "Mama Luigi", Luigi simply mentions that he and the others came to Dinosaur Land without any mention of time travel).
The show was originally aired on Saturday mornings on NBC in the 1991-92 season. It was featured in a half-hour time slot with a shortened version of Captain N: The Game Master, titled Captain N & The New Super Mario World (also erroneously titled Captain N & Super Mario Bros. World in the commercial bumpers). Episodes of Super Mario World were later shown as part of the syndication package Captain N and the Video Game Masters. Afterwards, the series was split up from Captain N altogether and shown in time-compressed reruns on Mario All-Stars. In the United Kingdom, however, the show was still broadcast as Captain N & The New Super Mario World.