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Everybody Loves Goofy
Goofy in How To Fish
Goofy Disneys Favorite Dog
He may not be the most inteligent dog in the world but he doesn't have a nasty bone in his body and he is the most lovable disney charater to ever hit our screens.
Made his big screen debut in 1932 as a member of the Audience in "Mickeys Revue" and became an instant hit with Movie goers world wide, as a member of the Audience Goofy stood out from the crowd, not because of the way he looks but because of his trade mark Goofy Laugh, Voiced by Disney storyman, musician, and former circus clown Pinto Colvig, it wasn't long before Goofy was a regular member of the disney cast alongside Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Clarabelle Cow, and Horace Horsecollar.
Goofy actually started his Career in the Disney comic strips and in the Movies as a character called Dippy Dawg until 1938 When a book was written called Dippy The Goof, his name changed Permanantly in 1939 with the release of the Disney Cartoon Goofy and Wilbur (his pet Grasshopper).
There were 48 Goofy cartoons primarily in the 1940s and 1950s, but he also appeared in many cartoons with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck.
Goofy as George Geef
Goofy's How To Movies
Between the 1940s and 50s Goofy starred in a series of How to Cartoons including How to Fish, How to swim, How to play football, how to play golf and many more Goofy became a household name.
In the 1950s Goofy became a family man thanks to Walt Disney himself, who came up with the idea to give Goofy a little more personality, During this time although the title of his movies proclaimed Starring Goofy, he was never called Goofy in his movies George Geef was the name he answered too, In addition, the 50's Goofy shorts gave Goofy a makeover. He was more intelligent, had smaller eyes with eyebrows, had flesh-colored skin instead of white, and sometimes had a normal voice. He even lacked his droopy ears, his external pair of teeth and white gloves in some cartoons.
In 1965 Goofy starred in an educational film called Goofy's Freeway Troubles and after that dissapeared from the limelight.
Pinto Colvig the voice of Goofy Died on October 3rd 1967 and
he later made Cameo Apearances in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and in 1984 he played the part of Sport Goofy in the half hour special Soccermania which aired on TV in 1987.
Goofy was then voiced with different voice actors until Bill Farmer became the official voice.
In the 1990s Goofy got his own TV series called Goof Troop. In the show Goofy lives with his son Max and his cat Waffles, and they live next door to Pete and his family.
Goof Troop eventually led to Goofy starring in his own movies: A Goofy Movie (in 1995) and An Extremely Goofy Movie (in 2000).
Goofy on Parade
Everybody loves Goofy
Goofy Causes a stir of excitement during the Daily Character Parade in Disney World, the Crowds cheer all of the characters in the parade, Mickey Mouse and Minnie, Cinderella and Snow White and even Donald Duck are all greeted with a cheer and a wave from the crowds of people who turn out to see them but you know that Goofy is on his way to where you are standing long before you see him, everyone loves Goofy and they all cheer and shout his name "GOOFY" and applaud him as he walks past.