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A Goofy Movie (1995)

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between Goofy and his fourteen-year-old son Max Part 1 Quotes and dialogues ROXANNE: Max. Max. Max. MAX GOOF: Roxanne? What's wrong? MAX GOOF: Hello? Hello? P.J. PETE: Max! Where the heck are ya, man? MAX GOOF: P.J.? P.J. PETE: You should've been here an hour ago. MAX GOOF: What? Whaddya... Hold on. Oh, no! P.J. PETE: Look, maybe we should just call the whole thing off. MAX GOOF: No way, man. It's now or never. P.J. PETE: Well, you better get a move on. I'll meet you at my locker. GOOFY: Mornin', son. MAX GOOF: Dad! GOOFY: Oops. I forgot. Mornin', son. Came to see if you had any dirty clothesCame to see if you had any dirty clothes. MAX GOOF: Yeah, well, there they are. Help yourself. GOOFY: Max, I thought we talked about this. MAX GOOF: Yeah, look, I'm sorry, Dad. I'll... I'll take care of it later. GOOFY: What's the big rush? MAX GOOF: I'm running late. GOOFY: Ooh. I could drive you in on my way to work. MAX GOOF: Uh, no. No, thanks. I, uh, I need the exercise. GOOFY: Aw, come on, Max. MAX GOOF: Dad! Oh, Dad, you ruined it. GOOFY: Sorry about that? Who was he anyway? MAX GOOF: It's only Powerline, Dad, the biggest rock star on the planet. GOOFY: Ohh, not bigger than Xavier Cugat, the mambo king. Everybody mambo. MAX GOOF: Dad! Come on. There's no time for this. What if the neighbours see us, huh? GOOFY: Maxie, wait up! You forgot your lunch. Have a good day. Watch After today videosongAfter today ROXANNE: Are you all right? MAX GOOF: Yeah, yeah, I'm okay. I just, uh... Down the, the stair. I was... I came. MAX GOOF: I can't believe I did that. She finally says hi to me, and what do I do? I choke! Ha-yuk! I looked like a big spaz. P.J.: Where have you been, buddy? MAX GOOF: Hi, Peej. Did you get the camera? P.J.: Look, Max, if my dad catches me with this, he'll kill me. Are you sure we gotta do this? MAX GOOF: It's my only chance, Peej. To Roxanne, I'm, I'm just a nobody. But after today... Bobby. Wow. Look. All this is for us? BOBBY: Mmm. Slurpage. MAX GOOF: Oh, this is gonna be so great, man. BOBBY: Dude, need fundage, bro. MAX GOOF: Oh, your fee. Yeah, yeah. Right here. BOBBY: Cheddar! Cheddar whizzy! Mm. It's pretty scrumptious. Let's do it, ladies. STACY: As student body president, I just wanna say, like... "yea," to all of us for a really neat year. CHAD: Yo, Stacey! Talk to me. Talk to me. Talk to me, baby. STACY: And, also, that I hope you can all attend my totally amazing end-of-school party next Saturday to watch the Powerline concert live on pay-per-view. Thank you. Thank you very much. And now without further ado, Principal Mazur. PRINCIPAL ARTHUR MAZUR: Thank you, Stacey, and good morning, boys and girls. You know, every year on the last day of school I have several youngsters approach me and say "Principal Mazur, what can we do to not waste our summer vacation? We don't wanna waste our free time sleeping or visiting friends." BOY: Say, uh, Roxanne, about Stacey's party... MAX GOOF: How you, uh, how you doin' down there, Bobby? BOBBY: Don't gimme that attitude, you guys. I'm doin' it all for you.P.J.: This is nuts. I don't why I let you guys talk me into this. If my dad finds out, he's gonna nuke my entire existence. PRINCIPAL ARTHUR MAZUR: Of the element. Or... MAX GOOF: I hope this works. PRINCIPAL ARTHUR MAZUR: How about science slumber parties? Wha... Hey! I'm not gonna get... Stand Out PRINCIPAL ARTHUR MAZUR: Hey, it's the goof boy. BOBBY: We're busted.

Production
Directed by Kevin Lima; screenplay by Jymn Magon, Chris Matheson, Brian Pimental; story by Jymn Magon; additional written material by Curtis Armstrong, John Doolittle; produced by Dan Rounds; assistant producer by Leslie Hough, Patrick Reagan, Michael Serrian, Will Waggoner; music by Carter Burwell; film editing by Gregory Perler; casting by Jamie Thomason; design by Fred Warter; art direction by Larry Leker, Wendell Luebbe.
The main characters of this film, specifically Goofy, Max Goof, Pete, and PJ, are based on their incarnations in the Goof Troop television show. Max and PJ are high-school aged rather than middle-schoolers. A Goofy Movie was jointly produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation, Walt Disney Animation France S.A. and Walt Disney Animation Australia (later DisneyToon Studios). Pre-production was done at the main WDFA studio in Burbank, California, starting as early as mid-1993.

Trivia
During the song "On The Open Road" Goofy's keychain has the famous Walt Disney's logo "D" on it. There are several references to Disney characters, including Max saying Goofy's 'best buddy' is Donald Duck, and a cardboard prop with Ariel from The Little Mermaid (1989) after Max gets "busted". This film was originally made around late 1993, and was supposed to be released in theaters during the holiday season of 1994. However, some production problems in France caused the film's release to be pushed back to 1995, while The Lion King (1994) was reissued to fill in for the film's absence.

Pictures of characters

Goofy Goof
Goofy Goof
  Max Goof, fourteen-year-old Goof's son
Max Goof, fourteen-year-old Goof's son
  Pete, P.J.'s father
Pete, P.J.'s father
 
Robert Bobby Zimmeruski
Robert Bobby Zimmeruski
  Roxanne, Max's girlfriend
Roxanne, Max's girlfriend
  P.J., Max's best friend
P.J., Max's best friend
 
Principal Arthur Mazur
Principal Arthur Mazur
  Stacy, student body president
Stacy, student body president
  Lester
Lester
 
Powerline
Powerline
  Miss Maples
Miss Maples
  Bigfoot
Bigfoot
Box office
A Goofy Movie was a fairly successful film, as it opened in 2,159 theaters at #2 on its opening weekend with $6,129,557, just before Bad Boys. It ended grossing $35,348,597 at the United States box office, and was the 51st highest-grossing domestic film in 1995.

Cast as voices
Jason Marsden as Max Goof (singing voice by Aaron Lohr); Bill Farmer as Goofy Goof; Rob Paulsen as P.J. Pete; Jim Cummings as Peter Pete; Kellie Martin as Roxanne; Pauly Shore as Robert "Bobby" Zimmeruski; Wallace Shawn as Principal Arthur Mazur; Frank Welker as Bigfoot; Jenna von Oy as Stacy; Julie Brown as Lisa; Kevin Lima as Lester; Tevin Campbell as Powerline; Florence Stanley as Waitress; Jo Anne Worley as Miss Maples; Joey Lawrence as Chad; Wayne Allwine as Mickey Mouse; Brittney Alyse Smith as Photo Studio Girl; Pat Buttram as Possum Park Emcee; Herschel Sparber as Security guard; Pat Carroll as Restaurant waiter; Corey Burton as Wendell.

Sequel
A sequel to this film was released in 2000, titled An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000). The sequel takes place about four years after this film, involving Max's freshman year in college. Characters that returned for the sequel were Goofy, Max, PJ, Pete, and Bobby, but most notable is that Roxanne, Max's love interest, is absent from the sequel and not referenced at all. (Wikipedia)

Watch songs from original soundtrack and other parts of movie
Watch On the Open Road
On the Open Road
  Watch Lester's Possum Park
Lester's Possum Park
  Watch Nobody Else But You
Nobody Else But You
  Watch Eye to Eye (I 2 I)
Eye to Eye (I 2 I)
  Watch After Today
After Today
A Goofy Movie (1995)
A Goofy Movie (1995)
  part 2 - father and son
part 2 - father and son
  part 3 - have to go
part 3 - have to go
  part 4 - gonna be fun
part 4 - gonna be fun
part 5 - bigfoot
part 5 - bigfoot
  part 6 - check out
part 6 - check out
  part 7 - to be part of it
part 7 - to be part of it
  part 8 - something like that
part 8 - something like that