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|Row 1 info = The Brown Hornet|Row 2 title = Voiced by|Row 2 info = [[Bill Cosby]]}}'''The Brown Hornet '''is the titular character of a show about an African-American superhero (a parody of the Green Hornet), whose cartoons were watched regularly by the gang. ''The Brown Hornet Show'' is about a superhero who travels in a spaceship, fighting evil whenever they threaten the universe. He is accompanied by his sidekick [[Stinger]], and [[Tweeter Beele]], a robot assistant.
 
|Row 1 info = The Brown Hornet|Row 2 title = Voiced by|Row 2 info = [[Bill Cosby]]}}'''The Brown Hornet '''is the titular character of a show about an African-American superhero (a parody of the Green Hornet), whose cartoons were watched regularly by the gang. ''The Brown Hornet Show'' is about a superhero who travels in a spaceship, fighting evil whenever they threaten the universe. He is accompanied by his sidekick [[Stinger]], and [[Tweeter Beele]], a robot assistant.
   
During initial screenings The Brown Hornet was deemed to sexualized for a general audience, and thus given a t-shirt and pants. His iconic gloves remained though.<gallery>
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During initial screenings The Brown Hornet was deemed too sexualized for a general audience, and thus given a t-shirt and pants. His iconic gloves remained though.<gallery>
 
Brownhornet25.jpg|Tweeter Beele, The Brown Hornet, and Stinger
 
Brownhornet25.jpg|Tweeter Beele, The Brown Hornet, and Stinger
 
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Revision as of 18:21, September 3, 2018

The Brown Hornet
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Name

The Brown Hornet

Voiced by

Bill Cosby

The Brown Hornet is the titular character of a show about an African-American superhero (a parody of the Green Hornet), whose cartoons were watched regularly by the gang. The Brown Hornet Show is about a superhero who travels in a spaceship, fighting evil whenever they threaten the universe. He is accompanied by his sidekick Stinger, and Tweeter Beele, a robot assistant. During initial screenings The Brown Hornet was deemed too sexualized for a general audience, and thus given a t-shirt and pants. His iconic gloves remained though.
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