Johnny Bravo (Seasons 1-3)

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Johnny Bravo (Seasons 1-3)

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"Do the monkey with me!"
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 23 minutes
Country: United States
Release Date: July 14, 1997 – August 27, 2004
Network(s): Cartoon Network
Created by: Van Partible
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Starring: Jeff Bennett
Brenda Vaccaro
Tom Kenny
Mae Whitman
Maurice LaMarche
Van Partible
Butch Hartman
Steve Marmel
Michael Ryan
Seth MacFarlane
Van Partible
Robert Ramirez
Seasons: 4
Episodes: 65 (178 segments)


Johnny Bravo is a comedy cartoon series created by Van Partible for Cartoon Network, and the second of the network's "Cartoon Cartoons".

Why It Rocks

  1. Wacky gags and jokes that sneak in a lot of adult humor.
  2. Johnny Bravo is a muscular, flirty, funny, manly, handsome, marginally intelligent, and likable protagonist. He serves as a stereotype of the big bulky womanizing moron without being obnoxious or unlikeable, while at the same time having a heart of gold.
  3. Memorable characters.
  4. Interesting plot for entertainment.
  5. Fluently smooth animation and art style.
  6. It had a TV movie called Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood in 2011.
  7. It had a crossover with Scooby-Doo, Where are You?.

Bad Qualities

  1. Johnny started becoming dumber in Season 3.
  2. The pop culture references such as mention of New Kids On the Block and celebrity guess appearances such as Donny Osmond can really date the show.
  3. Season 4 was terribleTTSW. Despite Van Partible returning to work on season 4, it was so bad that it flopped and ended the series.
  4. The art shift in season 2 was mediocre.

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Trivia

  • Johnny Bravo design may striking resemblance of 3D Realms's Duke Nukem. Both characters wearing sunglasses and both of them have a memorable quotes.
  • Johnny Bravo is based on and similar to Elvis Presley.
  • Johnny Bravo was not only popular in the United States of America, it was also popular in Asia and in Europe (especially in Italy), too.

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