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A Goofy Movie [1995] (1 disc)

Director:Kevin Lima
Writer:Brian Pimental
Chris Matheson
Jymn Magon
Composer:Carter Burwell
Songs:Tom Snow
Length:78 minutes
(1 hour 18 minutes)
MPAA Rating:G
Sorting Category:Kids
Sorting Tub:Bravo
IMDB Rating:6.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:53%
Amazon Rating:4.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: When Max makes an preposterous promise to a girl he has a crush on, his chances to fulfilling it seem hopeless when he is dragged onto a cross-country trip with his embarrassing father, Goofy.

Reaction: Not the deepest story out there, but there's lots of fun here and it's got a few very singable songs.

Personal Rating: 7/10

Kevin Lima => Director / Lester (voice)
Brian Pimental => Writer
Chris Matheson => Writer
Jymn Magon => Writer
Carter Burwell => Composer
Tom Snow => Songs
Curtis Armstrong => Additional Written Material
John Doolittle => Additional Written Material
Aaron Lohr => Max Goof (singing voice)
Bill Farmer => Goofy (voice)
Corey Burton => Additional Voices (voice)
Florence Stanley => Waitress (voice)
Frank Welker => Bigfoot (voice)
Jason Marsden => Max Goof (voice)
Jenna von O => Stacey (as Jenna von Oy) (voice)
Jim Cummings => Pete (voice)
Jo Anne Worley => Miss Maples (voice)
Joey Lawrence => Chad (voice)
Julie Brown => Lisa (voice)
Kellie Martin => Roxanne (voice)
Klee Bragger => Tourist Kid (as Kle Bragger) (voice)
Pat Buttram => Possum Park Emcee (as Pat Butrum) (voice)
Pat Carroll => Additional Voices (voice)
Pauly Shore => Bobby Zimmeruski (voice) (uncredited)
Rob Paulsen => P.J. Pete (voice)
Tevin Campbell => Powerline (singing voice)
Wallace Shawn => Principal Mazur (voice)
Wayne Allwine => Mickey Mouse (voice)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Although Jason Marsden is a talented singer, he did not perform the musical numbers in the film. It was out of Disney's concern that a Broadway-style musical actor should provide Max's singing voice instead. That actor was Aaron Lohr.
  • At one point in early production Steve Martin was considered for the voice of Goofy.
  • Throughout the film, Goofy is only referred to by his real name once - by Pete, when they meet at the latter's trailer. Otherwise, he's referred to as "Dad" (by Max), "Mr. Goof" (by Max's Principal), or just "Goof" (by Pete).
  • The traveling pair who sing about the "week of rest and relaxation" during the song "On the Open Road" She is the Powerline singer Goofy bursts in on during "I2I" at the end of the movie, and if you pay attention, you will see the driver of her car's picture on her mirror. The driver is also seen unloading Max and Goofy in the instrument cases at the Powerline concert.
  • When Max is singing in the school auditorium, Roxanne's position changes from close to the stage to the back of the room. The reason the filmmakers did this was to give the illusion that all Max cares about is Roxanne and no one else.
  • This film marks the only time that Star Trek has ever been directly referenced in a Disney film.
  • HIDDEN MICKEY: During the Powerline Concert, Mickey Mouse can be spotted in the crowd in the lower left portion of the crowd shot immediately after the Stage manager is thrown into the DiamondVision screen. Also, Mickey Mouse can be spotted during the show in the auditorium, when Max flies towards Roxanne, in the left bottom corner, right after the camera focuses the whole room.
  • The costume worn by Powerline is a parody of the yellow HazMat costumes worn by [?] Devo, circa 1977/78.
  • The character of Powerline is a mixture of [?] Prince and Michael Jackson.
  • During the song "On the Open Road' a limousine drives by and a character wearing a sequined white glove (supposedly Michael Jackson) is seen waving from the sunroof.