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After a brief review of the problems described in Freewayphobia #1 (1965), we see a new range of problems. These include: abrupt breakdowns due to poor maintenance; unsecured loads; running out of gas. We learn how to handle breakdowns properly. We also learn about situations that can affect the driver, like fatigue, alcohol, turnpike trance, and the weather. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Freewayphobia 2: Goofy's Freeway Troubles
22 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A great sequel to a great short, very true in style to it but ideas wise it doesn't try to be derivative of it. The animation is very bouncy and colourful with detailed backgrounds, this and its predecessor Freewayphobia is far superior animation-wise to Aquamania(like an experiment with a relatively new animation technique that didn't quite work), the first Goofy short of the 60s and the one that came before them. The music is beautifully orchestrated and has great character and energy, succeeding as ever with synchronising well with the gags. The narration is very well-written and a great blend of the comic and the serious, managing- like the rest of the Goofy documentarian-style shorts- to entertain as well as teach. Seeing Goofy do the opposite as to what the narrator is saying is always fun to watch. The gags manage to be fresh and hilarious, helped by their crisp timing and lively pacing. The story is simple and structurally similar to its predecessor, but never dull and well-told. Goofy counter-balances against the narrator to truly effective effect, unlike Freewayphobia he only takes on one persona instead of three but his facial expressions, gestures and how he talks make for a persona that is memorable and plays to Goofy's strengths. Paul Frees does a sterling job with the narration, and Pinto Colvig is fine as Goofy. Overall, a great sequel to a great short, Goofy's last short is a good note to end on. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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