Must-See Video: The Mario Brothers in 1988
by findingDulcinea Staff
Directing lovable Italian brothers over smiling mushrooms and layers of brick may now seem like a completely archaic form of entertainment, but it wasn’t always this way.
There was a time when Super Mario Brothers was the epitome of cutting-edge technology. Take a stroll back in time to when Mario was, according to one oblivious man, a “guy at the library” and Nintendo simply represented “something in Japanese.” Watch this clip from a 1988 episode of “Inside Edition” as a much younger (and calmer) Bill O’Reilly explains how this novel idea is “almost the most fun a kid can have.”