- Awesome Music: The opening and ending are quite catchy.
- Broken Base: The original Spanish voice actors chose to play the characters with a heavy Andalusian accent, with varying degrees of success (all the actors were really from Andalucia, but some of them were noticeably unaccustomed to dub under its regional accent). Whether this is a hilarious touch to the series or a source of Narm is up to the viewer.
- Cult Classic: Is this in the Andalusian community and to people from other regions who managed to watch it at its time.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: Tragabuche is without a doubt the most popular character in the series. He is so beloved he got his own videogame in 2020, 20 years after the series ended.
- Fountain of Memes: The whole series is this to the whole Andalusian community, and let's not mention how many memes are related to Tragabuche.
- Genius Bonus: Tragabuches was a Real Life bandolero, though a less likable one than the one from the series.
- Memetic Mutation: It's typical for fans of the series to goof around in YouTube comments by making anime jokes about the show, the most common being wholly pretending that Bandolero is actually a Japanese anime instead of a Spanish cartoon. Amusingly, this often confuses new fans and people not familiar with the series into believing it is really a Japanese production.
- Memetic Badass: Tragabuche, the bandit who shatters stones with his head.
- Moral Event Horizon: Don Rodrigo crosses this at the very beginning of the series, as he orders to burn Bandolero's house, killing his father in the process. And it gets worse over time.
YMMV / Bandolero (Animation)