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Gussy the Goose (Character)
from Charlotte's Web (2006)

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Alternate Names:
Gussy The Female Goose

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  1. Charlotte's Web (2006) Played by Oprah Winfrey (as Gussy The Female Goose)

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From Charlotte's Web (2006)
Wilbur: [Wilber bangs his head into the fence and runs]
Golly the Goose: [Flies to the fence, lands on it and stops] Run pig! Be free! I would if I could.
Gussy the Goose: [Golly goes back inside the barn] Golly, did I hear you say you would be free if you could?
Golly the Goose: I meant if I were a pig.
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