A modern day fairytale about five Auckland teenagers growing up in the big bad city, bro'Town chronicles the schoolboy misadventures of Vale, Valea, Sione, Mack and Jeff da Maori in a proudly suburban, non PC satire.
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David Fane ...
Mario Gaoa ...
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 Vale Pepelo / ... 28 episodes, 2004-2009
Shimpal Lelisi ...
 Valea Pepelo / ... 28 episodes, 2004-2009
Bronwyn Bradley ...
 Additional Voices / ... 25 episodes, 2004-2009
Teuila Blakely ...
 Sina Tapili / ... 22 episodes, 2004-2009
Nathan Rarere ...
 Additional Voices / ... 14 episodes, 2005-2009
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A modern day fairytale about five Auckland teenagers growing up in the big bad city, bro'Town chronicles the schoolboy misadventures of Vale, Valea, Sione, Mack and Jeff da Maori in a proudly suburban, non PC satire.

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New Zealand's first prime-time animated show. See more »

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Jeff da Maori: [Repeated line] Not even ow.
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Sweet as,bro!
15 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

I caught the first episode of Bro'Town on a flight from Heathrow to NZ.Didn't expect a huge amount but I was bored (It's a loooong flight.....).Was I ever wrong?I laughed.Long and hard,loud enough to annoy other passengers.Okay,there were a few things I didn't get (the whole Brother Ken thing for example,but after Googling.....)but on the whole I found it hilarious,as did my wife who watched it as well.So much so that we bought all three seasons on DVD when we arrived in NZ.I will admit that it has its ups and downs,but show me something that hasn't.As for being offensive to minority stereotypes,get real,they have a go at EVERYONE,including we Scots! I doubt it'll ever be shown on British TV but who cares?We've got the DVDs! To quote (South African stereotype) Joost Van Der Van Van-"Masterful Rex,masterful!"


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