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Goofy goes duck hunting hoping to catch one for a duck dinner. However, he mixes up a real duck with his duck decoy, gets his pants filled with water, gets water in his gun, and has various... See full summary »

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Goofy goes duck hunting hoping to catch one for a duck dinner. However, he mixes up a real duck with his duck decoy, gets his pants filled with water, gets water in his gun, and has various other mishaps before finally catching a duck for dinner...the decoy. Written by Anonymous

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31 October 1947 (USA)  »

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Dingo va à la chasse  »

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Goofy goes hunting
1 June 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

While the story is somewhat standard, Foul Hunting is still a lot of fun to watch. It is unusual to not having narration observing and counterpointing Goofy's action as well as entertaining and teaching, considering this was a period where the How to...series was in full swing. However it was also a welcome change, here we see Goofy emerging as his own personality rather than taking on multiple ones(which he also excels in, but you do want to see more of his versatility), a side that we'd not seen since Goofy and Wilbur, and that was very nice. Goofy also is a hilarious and appealing character, and the ducks are cute and amusing supporting characters. He is complimented by some simple but fun gags, like the consequences of Goofy's pants filling up with water and Goofy accidentally cooking his decoy mechanical duck thinking it was a real one. The animation is lusciously coloured and beautifully drawn, excellent quality overall, while the music fits wonderfully with each sequence with character and loving orchestration. In conclusion, standard but great fun and a nice change from the deservedly popular How to...series. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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