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Johnny Bravo (Picture 1)

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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Johnny Bravo (Picture 1)
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Johnny Bravo becomes the target of Don Knotts, "Weird Al" Yankovic, and the Blue Falcon for their reality show, Cartoon Makeover. The trio attempts to completely revamp him to make him a huge hit for the new youth generation. Unfortunately, their tactics only make things worse for poor Johnny. According to creator Van Partible, the main character was named Johnny Bravo because of an episode of "The Brady Bunch" where Greg is cited as "the next Johnny Bravo". The name was also derived from Partible's middle name, Giovanni Bravo, which Giovanni is an Italian name for Johnny. In the episode "Biosphere Johnny", Johnny, unused to being trapped in the biosphere, goes into a low-grade form of shock. When asked by a co-captive what he's doing as he stares at the microwave, Johnny answers with something along the lines of "I'm watching my favorite show: Bowl of Macaroni and Cheese going around and around and around... and Eddy!" This is a reference to the cartoon "Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy" (1999), which is also a Cartoon Network production. Johnny's pompadour was based on Brad Pitt's outrageous hairstyle in the movie "Johhny Suede". Johnny Bravo is an American animated television series created by Van Partible for the Cartoon Network. The series stars a muscular beefcake young 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 (also known as the What a Cartoon! Show.) 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 finally ended its official run on August 27, 2004. The series was the second series to be spun from World Premiere Toons, and is the second series under Cartoon Cartoons (a collective name for early Cartoon Network original series). 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 (writer Seth MacFarlane for Family Guy and writer/director Butch Hartman for The Fairly OddParents). Johnny Bravo is today regarded as a classic Cartoon Network series, the title character is labeled as "iconic", and his catchphrases ("Oohh, Mama!") are relatively common in popular culture. Reruns of the show are played on Boomerang. The series takes its roots from a senior thesis project creator Van Partible did for Loyola Marymount University, about an Elvis Presley impersonator. Mess O' Blues (1993) was shown by Partible's animation professor at the college to a friend working for Hanna-Barbera Cartoons at the time. The studio loved the film and asked him to develop it into a pitch for a seven-minute short. Partible sold the project to Hanna-Barbera shortly afterward.
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