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Goofy (1932) Goofy

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Walt Disney Studios Pinto Colvig, Hal Smith Wilfred Jackson
  • 1932
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Vocal Talent: Pinto Colvig (1932-1967), Hal Smith (1967-1980's), Tony Pope, Will Ryan (1980's), Bill Farmer (current).
  • Vocal Talent: Pinto Colvig (1932-1967), Hal Smith (1967-1980's), Tony Pope, Will Ryan (1980's), Bill Farmer (current).
  • First Directed By Wilfred Jackson.

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A Brief History Of This Cartoon Character:


The character we know today as Goofy first appeared more than six decades ago in Mickey's Revue (1932). Then a bit player (as an obnoxious "laughter" in a barnyard...  (more)

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Goofy is easily the best creation of the Disney studio. His physical comedy is nothing short of incredible. One of the masters.

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The poster child for the mentally challenged. I suppose Disney has a character for everyone to identify with. It's a small world after all.

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How can anybody give a review. I can't get a picture only text. The text is interesting but I have been unable to any cartoons to come up and that is what I subscribed to this page...  (read more)

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