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  • Johnny Bravo is the main character from the series Johnny Bravo. He is constantly shoved from the realm of his desire, women, despite his many attempts. He also lives with his mother, aptly named Mama. Johnny is constantly pestered by little Suzy, a young, red-headed girl, who often avoids the troubles Johnny becomes involved in. Johnny is also friends with Carl, though often Johnny seems to loathe him.
  • Johnny Bravo is a bigged musceled cartoon character who's favorite things are Hair Gel, Girls, and the size of his muscels. he is now a summon in U2.
  • Johnny Bravo is the main protagonist of the Cartoon Network animated series of the same name.
  • Jonathan Bradley Hayes (January 5, 1980 - May 16, 2008) better known by his professional wrestling moniker Johnny Bravo was a professional wrestler and Amateur Ballroom Competitor.
  • Johnny Bravo – bajka o sposobach na poderwanie dziewczyny swoich marzeń. Opowiada ona o niejakim Johnnym, który próbuje na wszelkie sposoby poderwać jakąkolwiek kobietę, która wpadnie mu w oko, lecz bezskutecznie. Emitowanie tego „przeboju” niegdyś spoczywało w rękach sieci kreskówek.
  • El origen del nombre del personaje fue basado en el nombre completo de Van Partible, Giovanni Bravissimo Partible. El nombre Giovanni equivale a John en inglés y Bravissimo podría traducirse al inglés como Bravo, es decir, parte del nombre de Van Partible es Johnny Bravo. No tiene relación alguna con el productor puertorriqueño de salsa y música sacra, Johnny López, mejor conocido como Johhny "El Bravo" desde la década de 1961. En el 2012, se estrenó una película llamada "Johnny va a Bollywood", parte de una celebración de sus 15 años. En el 2011 sacaban cortos de la Película.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Johnny Bravo is the title character of the Cartoon Network original series of the same name. He is a muscular blonde man who lives with his mother, Bunny, and is always trying to win the affections of every woman he meets, often to no avail.
  • Johnny Bravo needed Mystery Inc.'s help finding his missing aunt.
  • The series was the second series to be spun from What a Cartoon!, and is the second series under Cartoon Cartoons. A spin-off of the series, JBVO, was unsuccessful and ran for one season. Many of the writers and directors on the series went on to become famous for their own projects. Johnny Bravo is today considered a classic Cartoon Network series, the title character is labeled as iconic, and his catchphrases: "Wooaahh, Mama!" are relatively common in popular culture. Reruns of the show are played on Boomerang.
  • The series was originally part of a series of shorts on Cartoon Network's animation showcase series World Premiere Toons. The popularity of the shorts led to the network commissioning a full series for the show, which premiered on July 7, 1997. The series was renewed for multiple following seasons and ended its official run on August 27, 2004. A spin-off of the series, JBVO, was unsuccessful and ran for one season. A television movie titled Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood was made and aired in India in 2009, and in August 2010 in the United Kingdom. A 70-minute movie with the same title aired in Australia on November 20, 2011.
  • The episode "The Hunk at the End of this Cartoon" is a parody of the The Monster at the End of This Book. In it, Johnny believes that the cartoon’s title, stubbornly flashing in neon-lights: "The Hunk at the End of this Cartoon" must naturally refer to him. However, according to Little Suzy and various female characters, there will be another hunk at the toon's closing. Not to be outdone, he frantically tries to get rid of every other hunky guy he can find, sending them away in boats and planes. Among other attempts in this increasingly surreal animation, he even tries hiding some hunks behind a page and blocking others by building brick walls.
  • Johnny Bravo is an American animated series created by Van Partible. It premiered on July 7, 1997 on Cartoon Network and ran for 67 episodes and 4 seasons. The series originally lasted for 12 1997 episodes and a half hour's worth of original pilots, was renewed in 1999 and officially ended in 2004. Johnny Bravo originally appeared in two animated shorts created for Cartoon Network's World Premiere Toons and was one of several characters to be given an ongoing series. Many celebrities starred on the show as well.
  • One of Cartoon Network's first original characters, Johnny Bravo was based partly on Elvis Presley and partly on Henry Winkler's character from Happy Days. Johnny takes a little too much pride in his appearance, and has little, if any, success at romance or anything else he tries. Not that this fazes him much. He also tends to run into celebrities, including Farrah Fawcett, Donny Osmond, Adam West and the cast of Scooby Doo. In 2011, as a co-production with Cartoon Network Asia, Johnny Bravo received a comeback special in the form of Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood.
  • Johnny Bravo is the second Cartoon Cartoon, created by animator Van Partible for Cartoon Network. The series stars a muscular man named Johnny Bravo who dons a pompadour hairstyle and an Elvis Presley-like voice and has a forward, woman-chasing personality. Plots typically revolve around him trying to get a woman that he has targeted throughout the episode to fall in love with him. He is often beaten up or stunned by his target or companions, or is ditched by them in the end.
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  • Dimwitted Rebel and anti-hero and minor antagonist
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  • Jeff Bennett
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  • 1320.0
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Box Title
  • Johnny Bravo
Executive Producer
  • Sherry Gunther
  • Van Partible
Voice
  • Jeff Bennett
Goals
  • To get a beautiful girl's attention.
Date
  • 20000621160344
  • 20010308185845
Origin
  • Johnny Bravo
Skills
  • *Extreme Strength *Extreme Mobility *Extreme Speed *Instantaneous Healing *Fashion Sense *Slightly Cunning *Hand-to-Hand Combatant
Last
  • 2004-08-27
Series
  • Johnny Bravo
Audio format
  • Dolby Digital
  • Dolby Surround
Runtime
  • 1320.0
  • 1380.0
Status
  • Ended
Producer
  • Gary Hartle
  • Cosmo Anzilotti
  • Jed Spingarn
Logo
  • Johnny Bravo logo.png
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  • "Johnny Bravo"
Hair
  • Blond
Actor
Country
  • United States
Name
  • Johnny Bravo
Genre
Type
  • Adaptium
First
  • 1997-06-01
list episodes
  • List of Johnny Bravo episodes
N
  • Momma's Calling
  • Too Pretty to Die
  • Ain't I pretty?
FirstApp
  • JB: Bravo Dooby-Doo
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Language
  • English
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  • 248
Alias
  • Johnny, Jerk, Dumb Blonde, Idiot
Hobby
  • Harassing women.
Species
  • Human
Title
  • Official JBVO website
  • Johnny Bravo at Cartoon Network's Department of Cartoons
Company
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  • "Johnny Bravo"
Num episodes
  • 67
  • 178
Performer
Related
  • What a Cartoon!
Format
First Aired
  • 1997-07-07
Imagen
  • 250
num seasons
  • 4
HairColor
  • Blonde
Occupation
  • None
Episodes
  • 67
P
  • Stun - Area
  • Run - Self
  • Revive - Self
Family
url
Last Aired
  • 2004-08-27
Fullname
  • Efrem Giovanni Bravo Partible
Theme music composer
  • Louis Fagenson
Website
Image File
  • Johnny_Bravo_312.gif
Gender
  • Male
Seasons
  • 4
D
  • Johnny is way too pretty to go out like that!
  • Momma's Calling. Better run!
  • Stunning good looks!
Composer
  • Christopher Neal Nelson
  • Louis Fagenson
Picture format
  • NTSC
Wiki
  • johnnybravo
Voices
Director
Network
Creator
Size
  • 300
levelacademy
  • 16
locationpast
  • Orchid Bay
estreno usa
  • 14
Episodios
  • 67
Pais Origen
  • Estados Unidos
statuspast
  • Alive
statusfuture
  • Alive
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  • Johnny Bravo is the main character from the series Johnny Bravo. He is constantly shoved from the realm of his desire, women, despite his many attempts. He also lives with his mother, aptly named Mama. Johnny is constantly pestered by little Suzy, a young, red-headed girl, who often avoids the troubles Johnny becomes involved in. Johnny is also friends with Carl, though often Johnny seems to loathe him.
  • Johnny Bravo is a bigged musceled cartoon character who's favorite things are Hair Gel, Girls, and the size of his muscels. he is now a summon in U2.
  • Johnny Bravo is the main protagonist of the Cartoon Network animated series of the same name.
  • Jonathan Bradley Hayes (January 5, 1980 - May 16, 2008) better known by his professional wrestling moniker Johnny Bravo was a professional wrestler and Amateur Ballroom Competitor.
  • Johnny Bravo – bajka o sposobach na poderwanie dziewczyny swoich marzeń. Opowiada ona o niejakim Johnnym, który próbuje na wszelkie sposoby poderwać jakąkolwiek kobietę, która wpadnie mu w oko, lecz bezskutecznie. Emitowanie tego „przeboju” niegdyś spoczywało w rękach sieci kreskówek.
  • One of Cartoon Network's first original characters, Johnny Bravo was based partly on Elvis Presley and partly on Henry Winkler's character from Happy Days. Johnny takes a little too much pride in his appearance, and has little, if any, success at romance or anything else he tries. Not that this fazes him much. He also tends to run into celebrities, including Farrah Fawcett, Donny Osmond, Adam West and the cast of Scooby Doo. In seasons 2 and 3, Cartoon Network retooled the series without creator Van Partible's input. They also lost the writing contributions of both Butch Hartman and Seth MacFarlane. The series reverted to its old style for the last few episodes of the 65-episode run. The show is notable for the major changes the style in its humor experienced during the 65 overall episodes. In the pilots and first season, the humor was more mature and Johnny was portayed as a loser and more socially lacking than stupid. The retooled series, however, was more aimed more at the show's younger audience. The amount of slapstick increased and Johnny's stupidity was greatly emphasized. The other main characters are Johnny's mother, Bunny Bravo, and the neighbor girl, Suzy. Other characters include Carl, a Hollywood Nerd who insists he's Johnny's best friend, and Pops, mentor to Johnny and owner of a local diner and quite possibly a few other, sketchier business ventures. In the last few years of the shows run Johnny also had a spin-off program called JBVO. In it, Johnny was the host who accepted requests via mail, phone or online for any Cartoon Network shorts that weren't too long to be played. It didn't last too long. In 2011, as a co-production with Cartoon Network Asia, Johnny Bravo received a comeback special in the form of Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood. * Adam Westing: In addition to the Trope Namer himself there's Donny Osmond, Don Knotts, Weird Al Yankovic, and Shaq. * Affectionate Parody: Of Mary Poppins, The Twilight Zone (specifically, "It's a Good Life" and "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"), Green Eggs and Ham, and plenty of other things. * Two that actually aired together were one of Schoolhouse Rock (with Jack Sheldon) and one of Scooby Doo (with the cast of characters, too). * Aliens Steal Cable: In one episode, Johnny becomes king of a planet of Green-Skinned Space Babes, and tells them to install cable. The women comply, only to see Mel Gibson on the screen and lose interest in him. * All There in the Manual: Cartoon Network's website said that Carl was Johnny's best friend back when he [Johnny] was a scrawny loser. After he grew up and became a macho man looking for ladies, he no longer wanted anything to do with Carl. This isn't really shown anywhere in the show. * Amazon Brigade: The Tall Amazon Women in "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women". * Animated Series * Art Shift: The art style, like Dexter's Laboratory and The Powerpuff Girls, became cleaner and flash-based as the series drew to a close. * Berserk Button: "I'm only gonna tell you once. Don't - touch - the glasses." * Big No: Johnny every other episode. * Boot Camp Episode: Johnny accidentally joins the Army instead of the Dodgeball Camp. * Brawn Hilda: Johnny orders a mail order girl friend and gets a burly European woman who happens to have the same (lowbrow) interests as he does. * British Royal Guards: Johnny once confused a mall security cop for one of these guys, who as it turns out was just bored. * Camp Straight: Richard Simmons appeared in one episode. Also, Carl seems to enjoy dressing up like a woman in a few episodes. * Carl ain't camp straight...he thinks beautiful women in your dreams counts as Nightmare Fuel. For further examples, see Ho Yay below. * Captain Ersatz: At a wrestling match, Johnny faces off against dead ringers for The Genius and Irwin R. Schyster. * Casanova Wannabe: Johnny. * Crossover/Continuity Cameo: With Scooby-Doo, leading to severe lampshading of Scooby-Doo commonly questioned tropes (e.g., What does Freddie do when he goes off on his own with Daphne?) and much hitting on Daphne to no avail. * Later seasons saw Johnny crossing paths with The Flintstones, Huckleberry Hound and Blue Falcon. * One episode had Johnny going on a blind date with Black Widow, a member of Space Ghost's Rogues Gallery. * Catch Phrase: "Right. What did I say?" Johnny almost always says this when he mistakes one or more characters as someone/something they're not... in a typical Johnny fashion. * When bad things happen: * * Also, "Whoa, mama!" and "Wiggy!" * Celebrity Star: Several, including Adam West, Donny Osmond and Schoolhouse Rock singer Jack Sheldon. * One of the most interesting things about the episode in which Adam West guest starred is that the two writers who wrote that episode, Seth MacFarlane and Butch Hartman, have a huge interest in Adam West. In fact, when they split up to create their own shows, they still show that huge interest in him: Adam West plays himself as the Mayor in Family Guy and he makes guest appearances in some of the episodes of The Fairly OddParents. * How about Mr. T and Richard Simmons... in the same episode! * Would Luke Perry also count? * The final episode of the series featured major appearances by Don Knotts, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Shaquille O'Neal and Seth Green. * Charlie and the Chocolate Parody: Combined with a plot inspired by Soylent Green. * Chew Toy: Carl became this during the show's last season. * Cleveland Rocks: From the Wonderful Life parody, where Lil' Suzy is exactly the same except that she has somehow become on par with a James Bond villain. * Conspiracy Theorist: Adam West. * Creator Cameo: At the end of the Scooby-Doo crossover, the ghost gets several mask pulled off her, before her true identity is revealed. The masks include one-shot characters and monsters from the original Scooby-Doo cartoons, Don Knotts, and finally Joe Barbera. * Cute Bruiser/Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Jungle Boy. * Dark-Skinned Redhead: The girl in "Buffoon Lagoon". * A Day in the Limelight: Lil' Suzy gets one in "The Great Bunny Book Ban". * Deadpan Snarker: As dumb as Johnny is, he still fills this role. * Demoted to Extra: In the last season, Pops was lucky to get a brief cameo. Carl fared slightly better with actual dialogue, but he appeared less often. * Diabolus Ex Machina: Ties into... * Did Not Get the Girl * Disproportionate Retribution: Inverted; Johnny's punishment for stealing his mother's car to use in a race was... chores for a week. (Carl, who added illegal technology to it, had to help him.) * Dropped Glasses: In the Scooby-Doo crossover, he accidentally collides with Velma: * Dumbass Has a Point: Every now and then Johnny would get it. * Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Although, Johnny's not so much "bad" as "obnoxious". * Even Narcissists Have Standards: Johnny may be obnoxious, self-absorbed and shallow, but he'd think twice before ever lying to a woman with false sincerity. * Exactly What It Says on the Tin: * In "Talk to Me, Baby", supermodel/talk show host Vendela Kirsebom changes into a superhero costume and fights her sumo wrestler cameraman during a commercial. She then turns to the audience and remarks, "They don't call us 'supermodels' for nothing!" * In "The Hansel and Gretel Project", Carl finds the fabled witch's cookbook. "Here's a recipe for German Chocolate Cake: Chocolate, cake... Germans?!" * Like the character from the source material, the boy in the parody of It's a Good Life threatens to send Johnny to "The Cornfield" if Johnny displeases him. Turns out he sends Johnny to a literal cornfield just outside his house. * Express Lane Limit: In "Johnny's Inferno", one of the evil deeds that a demon makes Johnny do is going (slightly) over the checkout lane limit. The cashier doesn't have a problem with this, though, much to his disappointment. * Failure Is the Only Option: Johnny never gets the girl. * He did in the Valentine's Day episode, but she was a secret agent and she decided it might not work out due to her job... so she erased all his memory of her. * In one episode, Johnny meets a short, balding, chubby guy—the aforementioned Jack Sheldon—who has no trouble getting girls. Johnny asks him how he does it, and the guy sings songs about being sensitive and getting in touch with your feminine side...but at the end, he finally tells Johnny that you can just fake it and get girls just as easily, which is what Sheldon is doing. "I'd tell a woman I could turn lead into gold if it would get her to date me!" Of course, some of the girls overhear this and they are not amused. * Technically, he did get the girl in that one episode with the werewolf chick. Unfortunately, before anything could happen, it was revealed that it just happened to be the same day that she changes into a bald, nerdy fat guy who loves collecting stamps and showing them off. So... yeah. * In the Titanic parody episode, he successfully got a woman to like him, but in the end he screws it up by accidentally flushing her expensive necklace down the toilet. * Not quite. Instead of a necklace, it was a really awesome looking decoder ring that he was letting her borrow, not keep. She seemed to lose interest in him randomly, implying that it was just a fling brought about by his rustic, lower class "charms." Interestingly, she brought him into the captain's quarters to be alone, which he assumed meant letting him play with the helm. It appears that even if Johnny got the girl, he wouldn't know what to do with her. * This is, however, after the Flanderization set in, and at that point interest in women was an badly-fitting artifact of the original design. * In one episode, Johnny was thrown into a volcano as a virgin sacrifice. Seeing as the volcano spitted him out with so much disgust that it exploded the island, we can assume he's... the opposite of a virgin. So therefore, he never gets the girl onscreen. * That settles it, he did have sex with Panty ... * He very nearly came close in the Prison Episode, with all the women throwing themselves at him, but sadly, the guards realized their mistake and he's carted away in the end. * Fascinating Eyebrow: Johnny raises his all the time. * Flanderization: A major example. In the earlier episodes and the pilot, Johnny was just incredibly cocky, socially inept, reckless and actually somewhat competent in martial arts. Seasons after, however, made him stupid, immature, misogynistic and buff without any benefit. * And how. To elaborate, in the later seasons, Johnny, for all his bulk, is repeatedly humiliated by 6-year-old boys and girls, whereas in the pilot, he effortlessly mauled a CROCODILE. * Oddly, in the last season, this was reversed completely, but upped Suzie's annoying tendencies. * Gender Bender: Johnny, in the season 4 episode "Witch-ay Woman". * Genre Savvy: Johnny, on occasion. For example, in the Scooby-Doo crossover, he points out how ludicrous Let's Split Up, Gang! is after Fred suggests it. * During the "Prince and the Pauper" episode, Johnny realises what's going on as soon as he sees his double. * Getting Crap Past the Radar: Has its own page. * Groupie Brigade: For Luke Perry. * Gypsy Curse: Johnny angered a gypsy and she cursed him to shrink in size. * Hairstyle Inertia: A flashback showed Johnny's trademark hair even as a baby. * Hanna-Barbera * Heel Face Turn: Pooky from the Blanky episode. * Hey, It's That Voice!: In the first pilot, Soleil Moon Frye was the voice of the zookeeper Johnny tries to help. * Hiccup Hijinks: "As I Lay Hiccuping". * Hollywood Tone Deaf: Johnny, which considering that his voice is supposed to be patterned after Elvis Presley, is a bit odd, to say the least. * Hot Amazon: Episode 1 Part 2: "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women". * Also, the whole "Vendela is a superheroine" thing certainly didn't make her less attractive to Johnny. * Hunk * I Ate What?: When Johnny had the hiccups, he mistakenly eats slug kibble. * Idiot Ball * Interspecies Romance: Date with an Antelope, anyone? * The antelope's previous boyfriend was a crab. One that somehow got served on Johnny's plate in a restaurant where they were dating. What are the odds of that happening? * It Got Worse: After Johnny's favorite shampoo goes out production, he has Pops whip him up a homemade batch. As soon as Johnny steps outside, his hair is immediately surrounded by flies... which soon attract birds... which soon attract cats... which soon attract dogs... which somehow attracts a giant ant emerging from the Earth's crust. * IIRC, it's his hair gel, and Pops didn't whip him up a batch of it--rather, it's just that hair gel is the secret ingredient to his chili. And Pops lets Johnny dip his hair in the pot on the stove. * Jerk with a Heart of Gold/Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Johnny may be crass to Suzie, Carl and a host of women, but the boy is devoted to his mama. * He will also fight tooth and nail to keep Pops in business. * Most of the time his brainless antics are well intended, such as "saving" the "Queen of Atlantis" from sharks or "rescuing" an oppressed pinata. * Ladykiller in Love: Very rarely, but Johnny did, in a Scooby-Doo crossover (or at least a Cartoon Network bumper), fall hard for Velma. Very sweet, actually. Here it is! * Has a Continuity Nod of sorts in another bumper where Dexter tries to ask Velma out, but she leaves him for Johnny. And the actual Scooby-Doo crossover episode had Velma hitting on Johnny. * Line-of-Sight Name: Mitch Checkout Time Is at Two (It's Polish). * Massive Multiplayer Crossover: Johnny would often interact with Hannah-Barbara characters and even real-life celebrities during the shows first season, and the last season when Van Partible returned to work on it. * Meaningful Name: Johnny Bravo is named after his creator, Ephraim Giovanni Bravo "Van" Partible. * Muscles Are Meaningless: Johnny, despite having such a broad chest and big muscles, is repeatedly beaten in fights, even with those much smaller than him. * Possibly justified in most cases, as he doesn't seem the type to raise a hand against a woman. * It should be noted that Johnny's weakness was played up more as the series went. Compare Johnny effortlessly manhandling a crocodile in the pilot with how he's beaten by children in the era of Carl and Pops. * Never Say "Die": Averted; the shark mentioned below even eats two characters on screen..! * Niche Network: Johnny once caught a glimpse of the "Fish" Network. The channel's content consisted entirely of video recordings of fish swimming. "All fish, 24/7" * Johnny also once had a bear named "Chronos, The Master of All Time," watch the "Tree Channel" in hope of curing his insomnia. * Nixon Mask: Worn by a shark in the first season, in an overcomplicated plot to eat a contest's worth of surfers. * Nobody Touches the Hair: Johnny has this attitude. * No Celebrities Were Harmed * No Mouth: Johnny's mouth appears only whenever he talks or makes certain facial expressions. * No One Could Survive That: Often Played for Laughs. * Overly Long Scream: Happens when Johnny and Carl go over a waterfall, and at one point, stop screaming to take a breath. * Paper-Thin Disguise: In "Wolf in Chick's Clothing": "Yeah. Sure. No one will ever know." The disguise in question was covering an anthropomorphic wolf's teeth with a small piece of cloth, and it worked perfectly. * Paper Tiger: Johnny Bravo is a pretty muscular-looking guy, but he's always getting beaten up by the women with whom he flirts. * Parental Bonus: And how! * Precocious Crush: Suzy to Johnny. * Quicksand Sucks: Johnny Bravo ends up in quicksand in one particular episode...shirtless. To which he hilariously calls for help by hollering "Help! Puddin! Puddin Emergency!" and starts sampling the quicksand, still mistaking it for pudding and commenting "needs more butterscotch" as he's sinking. * Reality Warper: The Bill Mumy Expy. * The Renaissance Age of Animation * Scooby-Dooby Doors: Parodied. * Screams Like a Little Girl: Johnny. * Secret Ingredient: When Johnny wins a trip to the factory where they make Jake's Jerky, he sees his friend disappear into the vat labeled "Secret Ingredient", not realizing that his friend was only investigating it for himself. Johnny then bursts into a press conference shouting, "Jake's Jerky is people!" * Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Johnny is obviously the manly one, and Carl is the sensitive (but mainly wimpy and dorky) man. * Although later seasons did have the "wimpy Johnny screaming like a girl" gags. * She's All Grown Up: A future-set episode that parodies Titanic shows that "Little Suzy" grew into quite the attractive woman. * Shout-Out: There's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it shout out to Back to the Future in the very intro--when the title shows up in three different styles, one of them is clearly drawn to resemble the title cards for the movies. * Among many, many other things. * In the Bullfighting episode, Johnny, the Girl of the Week and the bull drive off into the sunset and become famous Hollywood starts, featuring in such titles like Raging Bull. * Single Woman Seeks Good Man: In "The Sensitive Male!", Jack Sheldon takes advantage of this trope by pretending to be women's perfect guy to get dates with them. When the women find out, they are not happy. * Small Name, Big Ego: Johnny * Spin-Off: The short-lived series JBVO, which was basically Johnny Bravo playing old cartoon shorts that kids called in to request. * Statuesque Stunner: An entire island of 'em in "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women". * Stopped Clock: Subverted. A jet cutting a power line stops Johnny's clock at 12:00, and after seeing similar events, he's convinced that time has stopped for everyone but him. * Strange Minds Think Alike: In "Mini-B.", Johnny wanted to go to the beach to pick girls up, but was thwarted by Mama Bravo's bringing a child home from the day care she worked at. So, he improvised by laying a beach towel and umbrella on the grass of the park they were at, lied down, and started applying sunscreen on the basis that girls would be attracted to him if they saw a sunbather like him. In five seconds flat, a Cloudcuckoolander with a particularly stoned tone of voice walks by, and sees Johnny sunbathing. Automatically assuming that there was a beach on the park, the beach bum pulls a surfboard out of Hammerspace and proceeds to surf joyously, as though he were actually at the beach. * Sunglasses At Night: The only time in the entire series run when we actually see Johnny's eyes is in Bravo Dooby Doo when he puts on Velma's glasses by mistake. * Tempting Fate: From the episode "Karma Krisis". Johnny believes that he has broken a curse by swinging a bag of salamis in a cornfield while yodelling. He exclaims, "With these deli meats as my witness, I will never be unlucky again!" Cue tornado. * They Called Me Mad * Time Stands Still: Spoofed in "The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Too Much". * Too Dumb to Live: Johnny slips into this at times. * Took a Level In Dumbass: Johnny obviously wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer when he first appeared, but you can tell later episodes played up his idiocy and immaturity more and more. * Averted in the last season. * Top-Heavy Guy: Justified Trope. We only see him training upper body. * Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist * Virgin Sacrifice: Johnny is offered as one. * Wax On, Wax Off: Subverted back and forth in an episode where Johnny is pitted off against the best student of a rival dojo. Master Hama has him doing actual chores, and it's clear he's not interested in teaching him. Nevertheless everything he does comes in handy later, during the fight. Too bad Master Hama gave up and decided to bet against him. * Weaksauce Weakness: Moonlighting as a superhero, Johnny Bravo accidentally blasts a (dangerous) candy-themed supervillain with a hose. This causes the villain to melt away into a soapy puddle. * Made stranger by the fact that this villain was quite clearly a man in a candy-themed suit. * A much later season Johny eats some spicy food as a last meal before the Ice Giant swallows him. Smoke comes out of the giant's mouth. The next moment, Johnny is drowning in a pool of hot water, screaming that he's about to be digested. Some Ice Giant. Can't even handle a guy with higher-than average temperature. * Whole-Plot Reference: Several; one that stuck out was Some Like It Hot, complete with Marilyn Monroe stand-in. * Another was of The Most Dangerous Game. * There was a futuristic episode that has among his references, of all things, Big Brother. * The episode based on The Prince and the Pauper actually ends with Mark Twain coming in and begging cartoon makers to "let this tired old story die!" * And "It's a Good Life", a classic episode from The Twilight Zone. Complete with Bill Mumy lookalike. * Not just "It's a Good Life": they also did Nightmare at 20,000 Feet complete with a Shatner Parody, and Living Doll, in a episode aptly titled "The Zone", with several references to other episodes. * One episode was a reference to Bio-Dome, which unsurprisingly was written better than the actual movie. * Another Pauly Shore film, Jury Duty was referenced in One Angry Bravo * Wholesome Crossdresser: The many times Carl dresses as a chick, and the couple of times Johnny does it. * Wingding Eyes: Lampshaded in the King Kong episode. "I have huge dollar signs in my eyes!"
  • El origen del nombre del personaje fue basado en el nombre completo de Van Partible, Giovanni Bravissimo Partible. El nombre Giovanni equivale a John en inglés y Bravissimo podría traducirse al inglés como Bravo, es decir, parte del nombre de Van Partible es Johnny Bravo. No tiene relación alguna con el productor puertorriqueño de salsa y música sacra, Johnny López, mejor conocido como Johhny "El Bravo" desde la década de 1961. En el 2012, se estrenó una película llamada "Johnny va a Bollywood", parte de una celebración de sus 15 años. En el 2011 sacaban cortos de la Película.
  • Johnny Bravo is the second Cartoon Cartoon, created by animator Van Partible for Cartoon Network. The series stars a muscular man named Johnny Bravo who dons a pompadour hairstyle and an Elvis Presley-like voice and has a forward, woman-chasing personality. Plots typically revolve around him trying to get a woman that he has targeted throughout the episode to fall in love with him. He is often beaten up or stunned by his target or companions, or is ditched by them in the end. The series was originally part of a series of shorts on Cartoon Network's animation showcase series World Premiere Toons. The popularity of the shorts led to the network commissioning a full series for the show, which premiered on July 7, 1997. The series was renewed for multiple following seasons and ended its official run on August 27, 2004. A spin-off of the series, JBVO, was created and ran for one season. A television movie titled Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood was made and aired in India in 2009 and in August 2010 in the United Kingdom. A 70-minute movie with the same title aired in Australia on November 20, 2011. Many of the writers and directors on the series went on to become famous for their own projects, including Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show) and Butch Hartman (The Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom and T.U.F.F. Puppy). Before the series was picked up, two pilot episodes were broadcast as part of What a Cartoon!. The first, titled "Johnny Bravo," aired in 1995 and the second, titled Jungle Boy in "Mr. Monkeyman," aired in 1996.
  • The episode "The Hunk at the End of this Cartoon" is a parody of the The Monster at the End of This Book. In it, Johnny believes that the cartoon’s title, stubbornly flashing in neon-lights: "The Hunk at the End of this Cartoon" must naturally refer to him. However, according to Little Suzy and various female characters, there will be another hunk at the toon's closing. Not to be outdone, he frantically tries to get rid of every other hunky guy he can find, sending them away in boats and planes. Among other attempts in this increasingly surreal animation, he even tries hiding some hunks behind a page and blocking others by building brick walls. Ultimately, it is revealed that the hunk was a hunk of cheese. Johnny Bravo: Now, if you'll excuse me, there's a BEVY of BEAUTIES BEGGIN for some BRAVO. Johnny Bravo: (to camera) That sentence was brought to you by the letter B. Little Suzy: Oh, BROTHER.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Johnny Bravo is the title character of the Cartoon Network original series of the same name. He is a muscular blonde man who lives with his mother, Bunny, and is always trying to win the affections of every woman he meets, often to no avail.
  • Johnny Bravo needed Mystery Inc.'s help finding his missing aunt.
  • The series was the second series to be spun from What a Cartoon!, and is the second series under Cartoon Cartoons. A spin-off of the series, JBVO, was unsuccessful and ran for one season. Many of the writers and directors on the series went on to become famous for their own projects. Johnny Bravo is today considered a classic Cartoon Network series, the title character is labeled as iconic, and his catchphrases: "Wooaahh, Mama!" are relatively common in popular culture. Reruns of the show are played on Boomerang.
  • Johnny Bravo is an American animated series created by Van Partible. It premiered on July 7, 1997 on Cartoon Network and ran for 67 episodes and 4 seasons. The series originally lasted for 12 1997 episodes and a half hour's worth of original pilots, was renewed in 1999 and officially ended in 2004. Johnny Bravo originally appeared in two animated shorts created for Cartoon Network's World Premiere Toons and was one of several characters to be given an ongoing series. Many celebrities starred on the show as well. Initially, the show aired using the same creative format as the original animated shorts. However, the show was completely retooled in the latter seasons, changing the animation style and the personalities of several characters. The show's final season returned to the original format. Johnny Bravo was used in the show JBVO that involved taking the show requests from viewers. JBVO ran for roughly one year. Some of the other directors include: Robert Alvarez, Kent Butterworth, Russell Calarese, John McIntyre (director), Rumen Petkov, and Kirk Tingblad.
  • The series was originally part of a series of shorts on Cartoon Network's animation showcase series World Premiere Toons. The popularity of the shorts led to the network commissioning a full series for the show, which premiered on July 7, 1997. The series was renewed for multiple following seasons and ended its official run on August 27, 2004. A spin-off of the series, JBVO, was unsuccessful and ran for one season. A television movie titled Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood was made and aired in India in 2009, and in August 2010 in the United Kingdom. A 70-minute movie with the same title aired in Australia on November 20, 2011. Johnny Bravo has received generally positive reviews from critics and is now regarded as a classic Cartoon Network series. The title character is considered "iconic", and his catchphrases are relatively common in popular culture. Many of the writers and directors on the series went on to become famous for their own projects, including Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show) and Butch Hartman (The Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom and T.U.F.F. Puppy).
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