Q. Where did you get your [...] plush? A. I recommend searching eBay - you'll find pretty much *any* of them there! For quality, look for Sanei plushes.
Q. Where do you get the sounds/music? A. They are taken from a variety of Mario games. Sounds can be found at sites such as http://www.mfgg.net/index.php?act=res..., and music through Google searches.
Q. What video editing software do you use?/How do you put the sounds into the video? A. I use CyberLink PowerDirector (Version 11). It's not free, but if you want something that is free, I suggest trying VideoPad.
Q. What is this video!?! Why are you playing with toys!?!?! A. My sister and I wanted to tell a story, and thought the most convenient way of doing this would be through plushes. It's not "playing with toys"; it's just producing entertainment like many other people do on YouTube, but with a different medium.
At 2:50, Luigi is meant to be writing in his diary, but it's not very obvious the way we showed it. It's a Paper Mario reference!
List of Music: 0:27 Paper Mario TTYD - Bowser's Theme (based on SMB3 Fortress Theme) 0:38 Super Mario Galaxy - Blue Sky Athletics (originally SMB3 athletic theme) 0:51 Paper Mario TTYD - Zess T. Cooking 1:57 Paper Mario - Goomba Village 2:50 Paper Mario - Pleasant Path 3:34 Paper Mario - Boos' Mansion 4:11 Mario Kart Wii - Bowser's Castle (intro is version of SMB castle music) 4:36, 6:34 Paper Mario TTYD - Super Bowser Bros. World 1-1 (version of SMB main theme) 5:35, 6:20 New SMB Wii - Peach's Castle (originally SM64 Peach's Castle) 6:41 SSB Brawl - Yoshi's Island (originally athletic theme from SM World) 8:17 Mario And Luigi: Partners in Time - Danger Theme 9:36 Paper Mario TTYD - Super Bowser Defeated (originally SMB death) Most Super Mario music composed by Koji Kondo; SMG music by Mahito Yokota. All owned by Nintendo. Paper Mario rules.