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An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000)

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McCarthy which show us the new relationship between father Goofy Goof and his nearly 18 years old son who goes to college. Also, we'll see the entertaining College X Games Championship and the contest between Max's team and Bradley's Gammas.
Pictures of characters with cast as voices
Max Goof, as a teenager, he tries to get away from his father and to get his own life
Max Goof, as a teenager, he tries to get away from his father and to get his own life
"I'm not a little kid anymore!" [Jason Marsden]
  Sylvia Marpole, the Head College Librarian, Goofy's nostalgic love for the 1970s
Sylvia Marpole, the Head College Librarian, Goofy's nostalgic love for the 1970s
"A picnic? Walk on the beach? I'd love to." [Bebe Neuwirth]
  Goofy Goof, Max's father who suffers from empty nest syndrome, lose his job at a toy factory
Goofy Goof, Max's father who suffers from empty nest syndrome, lose his job at a toy factory
"I'm gonna get me that college degree" [Bill Farmer]
 
PJ, Max's best friend
PJ, Max's best friend
"You are queen of the scene, my little java bean" [Rob Paulsen]
  Chuck the Sportscaster
Chuck the Sportscaster
"Ladies and gentlemen! It's time for the gravity-defying, College X Games!" [Jeff Bennett]
  Bradley Uppercrust III, the leader of Gamma Mu Mu fraternity
Bradley Uppercrust III, the leader of Gamma Mu Mu fraternity
"Loser of the finals will be towel boy to the other" [Jeff Bennett]
 
Beret Girl, college student
Beret Girl, college student
"This is a real L-7 scene. Let's all take a trip down the road of forgiveness and compassion." [Vicki Lewis]
  Robert Bobby Zimmeruski, Max's funny friend
Robert Bobby Zimmeruski, Max's funny friend
"Do you ever wonder why we're always like wearin' gloves?" [Pauly Shore]
  Tank, Bradley's right-hand man
Tank, Bradley's right-hand man
"Should I knock some sense into his big melon?" [Brad Garrett]
 
Peter Pete, P.J.'s father and Goofy's friend
Peter Pete, P.J.'s father and Goofy's friend
"If you know that four quarters adds up to a simoleon, you'll survive" [Jim Cummings]
  Ken Clark, the sports reporter from the street
Ken Clark, the sports reporter from the street
"In the semifinals we'll see rock climbing, luge runs, and much more!"
  Unemployment lady
Unemployment lady
"The only way to build your career is to go back to college" [Jeff Bennett]
Full quotes part 1 BOBBY: Yeah, dude! MAX GOOF: Bobby, do that again, but this time don't fall down. PETER PETE: Aah! GOOFY: Whoo-hoo-wow! Huh? MAX GOOF: Do you realize going off to college means no more well-meaning but totally smothering, overprotective, doting, ah-yucking dads? PJ: Yeah, well, yours at least. My dad's been counting down the days until he can turn my bedroom into a bowling alley. MAX GOOF: Hey, we have a surefire way to shoot straight to the top of the freshman heap. ALL BOYS: The College X Games! PJ: First freshman team to win it all! BOBBY: First team to boot those number one Gammas on their boot-tays! MAX GOOF: Huh! The Gammas may be five-time winners, but I hope they're ready for a losing streak! ALL BOYS: Let's beat the Gammas! Let's do it to it! Woo-woo-woo-woo! GOOFY: Gawrsh, Pete, one day you're changin' their diapers, and the next thing you know they're all grown up and leavin' for collegeall grown up and leavin' for college. PETER PETE: Well, Goof, the way I see it, it's my last night of baby-sitting, and I'm a free man! Oh, yeah! Ha-ha! Free, free, free, I tell you! Yah-hoo! Ha-ha! Come on, son. I can't miss you if you won't leave! Ah-ha-ha-ha-ha! GOOFY: Yeah, free. PETER PETE: Hey, why don't you get the boys? Food's almost readyFood's almost ready. It's time to sere these little babies now. BOBBY: Ha-ha-ooh! Nice rasta, pasta, Maxman. GOOFY: Ooh, Maxie's pretty good at that boardin' stuff. BOBBY: He is totally gonna kill at college. GOOFY: Huh? BOBBY: Yeah! Yes! GOOFY: Listen, son, that there X Games fiddle-faddle may be all well and funmay be all well and fun, but remember, you're going off to college to make something of yourselves. MAX GOOF: Exactly. GOOFY: You'll get a degree, and the world will be your clam. MAX GOOF: Uh, oyster, Dad? GOOFY: No, thanks. I'm saving room for weenies. Now, let me show you exactly what I mean. PJ: Oh, no, not the old horseshoe lecture. GOOFY: You see, tossin' horseshoes is a lot like how life works. Sorry, Pete. Uh, like I was sayin'... ALL BOYS: It's about staying focused on your goalsIt's about staying focused on your goals. GOOFY: Right. You see, ever once in a while life gives you an important tossin' opportunity. Like, uh, well... college, for instance! If you want that dee-ploma, you gotta fix both eyes on it like it was this here horseshoe stake. And with the proper "consecration" and follow-through. PETER PETE: Throw it, will ya! GOOFY: You should hear the clang of a ringer! Yah-hoo-hoo-hoo! A ringer! See, Maxie? Huh? PETER PETE: Hey, Goof, it's gettin' cold already. GOOFY: Save a weenie for me! MAX GOOF: Hey, Peej, isn't ten hot dogs enough? Pass 'em over here. MAX GOOF: Ooh, I can't wait to get out of here. GOOFY: Here, let me help you packlet me help you pack. MAX GOOF: Dad, I can do that. GOOFY: I sure hope so. I'm not gonna be there at college to pick up after you. In fact, it's gonna be a long time before you see your old man again. What, maybe Christmas? MAX GOOF: Ah, Dad, it'll go by fast. Not too fast, I hope. GOOFY: It's time to take charge, live your own life. You're a grown man now, Maxie-Poo. MAX GOOF: I'm not takin' ol' Stuffed Bear to college, Dad! GOOFY: Sure you are. MAX GOOF: No. GOOFY: What are you talkin' about? You love Stuffed BearYou love Stuffed Bear. Come on. You're gonna need him. I'm not kidding! MAX GOOF: No! GOOFY: Well, then, I got somethin' else for you. Son, I want you to have this. MAX GOOF: Oh! It weighs like a ton! I bet it's one of those combo TV-CD-VCR-Laptop-Scanner-Fax things, right? Oh, man, they are so cool! GOOFY: Too stunned to speak, huh? MAX GOOF: No, just stunned. What is it? GOOFY: This was my father's. And now, son, it's yours. MAX GOOF: Thanks, Dad. This means a lot to me. Oh, listen, I'm gonna turn in. You know, big day tomorrow. Good night, Dad. GOOFY: Good night, son. GOOFY: Ah-yuck. Did you brush your teeth? MAX GOOF: Yeah, Dad. GOOFY: Comb your hair? MAX GOOF: Yep. GOOFY: Did you put on clean underwear? MAX GOOF: Dad! PJ: Come on, Max! MAX GOOF: Oop! Gotta go! GOOFY: But, Max... BOBBY: Ooh! GOOFY: Goin' already? MAX GOOF: Gotta get there early for freshman orientation. See ya. GOOFY: What about breakfast? You need your three squares a day, you know. MAX GOOF: Don't worry. We'll pick up donuts on the way. Love ya! Miss ya! See you at Christmas! Bye! GOOFY: Don't forget to have some milk with those donuts. Good-bye, my little college man. Gawrsh. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them
Also you can watch A Goofy Movie (1995).

Production
Produced by Lynne Southerland, screenplay by Scott Gorden, music by Steve Bartek, art direction by James Gallego

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An Extremely Goofy Movie part 1
An Extremely Goofy Movie part 1
  2 life can stop
2 life can stop
  3 have a college degree
3 have a college degree
  4 your library card
4 your library card
 
5 let's see what's happening
5 let's see what's happening
  6 we can do it
6 we can do it
  7 games championship
7 games championship
  8 the team needs you
8 the team needs you