Sale Johnny Bravo DVD Set - Seasons 1-4
$79.95 $71.96
Ex Tax: $71.96
In Stock
Product Code: JB01
Johnny Bravo was a American animated television created by Van Partible. It was premiered on July 7, 1997 by the Cartoon network and was running for 65 episodes and 4 seasons ending runs on Feb 14, 2003. And now, in 2011, it's been released on DVD Box Set by!

The main characters of the series were Johnny Bravo (voice of Jeff Bennett), Bunny Bravo (voiced of Brenda Vaccaro) the mother of Johnny, Little Suzy (voice of Mae Whitman), their neighborhood, Carl Chryniszzswics (voice of Tom Kenny) a local genius and geek, Pops (voice of Larry Drake) a greedy owner of a local restaurant and Donny Osmond (voice by himself), one of the useless character in the series.

Johnny Bravo set in the fictional Aron city, that tells about the of a man searching for a woman willing to date him. Something goes wrong when Johnny date a woman or ends up a victim. Johnny has a looks of James Dean and sounds like Elvis Presley. He is a average super muscular, thick headed, conceded Moma's boy who thinks he is all the bag of chips. He is notable for his distinctive sound effect and quick movements when he is trying to impress a woman.Johnny finds out that woman don't go to a muscular guys.Johnny is usually interrupted some how during his quest for a babe, whether it be by his annoying neighbor Suzy, his nerdy friend Carl, or his mom.

ohnny Bravo DVD is a collection of DVDs in a box set as shown above, all 100% in chronological order from the pilot to the finale.
  • This DVD collection also includes custom artwork and well-designed menus so you can find your favorite episode at anytime.
  • The Johnny Bravo DVD is formatted region free so they will play on any DVD player, DVD-ROM X-Box or PS2 Worldwide.
  • Presented in full screen format - exactly as it was shown on television
  • Presented in English
  • This item has not been rated

These are brand new and sealed.

So order today and become one of the few who can re-live this classic cartoon, and all of Johnny's countless failed attempts at seduction!

Write a review

Please login or register to review