Johnny Test (Missing pilot, 2004)


Johnny Test Pilot
A single still from the pilot.
A single still from the pilot.
Status Lost

Johnny Test is an American-Canadian animated television series. The series revolves around the adventures of the title character, Johnny Test, an 11-year-old suburban boy who lives with his super-genius 13-year-old twin sisters, Susan and Mary, both of whom are scientists.

A pilot was produced in 2004, a full year before Kids' WB picked it up as a full series. Very little is known about the pilot, other than the fact that Johnny, Dukey (who was referred to as Poochie at the time), Mary, Susan and their parents, Hugh and Lila, all appeared in the pilot. According to TV.com user Derek Lam, the pilot was animated in Flash unlike Season 1, it contained an American cast (unlike the rest of the series, which is mainly Canadian), and that the pilot was redone as the first episode of the series.[1]

Only a screenshot from the pilot exists online As well as a promo for the pilot. No other footage is available. James Arnold Taylor was the only cast member to return from the Pilot to the show itself.

The aforementioned promo.

External links

References

  1. http://www.tv.com/shows/johnny-test/forums/the-pilot-and-original-cast-15487-1310932/

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Anonymous user #1

9 months ago
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Can we have a BlockBuster movie page? Blockbuster that movie rental place that closed down. I got a movie that have a Blockbuster stickers on the case. inside the case is the Blockbuster movie case. If we found a movie with the Blockbuster stickers. That means we found these movies that blockbuster produced.
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FreshBalls22

9 months ago
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I have NO idea what you just said there. Did Blockbuster actually produced films, or are you just making it up?
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Anonymous user #2

9 months ago
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Blockbuster is a movie rental store that has Nickelodeon films, Games, and other stuff. I am wondering about the movie cases that is really hard to find. I even got one Nickelodeon movie from Blockbuster. The movie is called "Hotel For Dogs" By Nickelodeon, and Dreamworks.
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Anonymous user #2

9 months ago
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There's a Skittles Gum Commercial that aired in 4Kids Network. I don't know what is the commercial is. The reason why i don't know about this commercial is. The video is in a camera recorder and the tape is really blurry.
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Anonymous user #2

9 months ago
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This Skittles Gum Commercial is taking place in the woods. This commercial appears in 0:45 - 1:14. This video is called "4Kids July 2005 commercial breaks #2" by a youtuber called "buger sirmon"
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Anonymous user #2

9 months ago
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We should create a "Lost Commercial" Page.
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Reynard

9 months ago
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There is. It's called "Lost advertising and interstitial material"
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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Here's the history about the "Skittles Forest Commercial" That commercial is made in 2005. But two users recorded the commercial and never released it on YouTube until now. There's a link on top of this comment.
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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There's another version of the commercial. This version is the "New" version. In the end of the commercial this voice said "New Skittles Bubble Gum" The version of the video is called Skittles Forest.
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Kaiju

8 months ago
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I think I have some info on this pilot. From an advertisement I've seen, Tom Kenny voiced Dukey at some time. According to Wikipedia he was never voiced by him in the actual show, so I'm guessing it was in the pilot.
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Flashbcaks

8 months ago
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Wait, so does anyone know if the pilot ever aired on tv?
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Anonymous user #3

7 months ago
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I'm that Anonymous user with that blockbuster comment. I'm really sorry. I ment sold not produced.
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Aranea

7 months ago
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No problem. But Blockbuster (I used to work for one) weren't really a wealth of rare DVDs, you know. Hotel For Dogs was a massively marketed Nickelodeon movie, it's hardly sought after or difficult to find. If you're referring to a specific cover/edition of the DVD that was Blockbuster-exclusive, then I don't think that even exists.

It's very unlikely for a TV show's pilot episode to be put out into the market on DVD, especially for an untested (at the time) property like Johnny Test.
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MikeTuzick

7 months ago
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Hey there, I found a promo for the pilot. (Not Mine) https://www....=osAkUlbs-cM
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SI-LLY

6 months ago
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Anonymous user #4

6 months ago
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It is the same as the one MikeTuzick posted, sorry
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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Yeah. That's the same thing but the part of the promo commercial has been cut off.
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