It's the last day of school, and Max wants to catch the eye of Roxanne, one of the more attractive girls in school. But how can you be cool when your dad's Goofy? Stage an impromptu concert at the final assembly, that's how! Or at least it sounded good until Principal Mazer found out. Goofy finds out about his son's antics (sort of), and decides a fishing trip, like his dad took him on, is the solution. Of course, he doesn't know that Max finally lands a date with Roxanne for a party thrown by the class valedictorian. Through the movie, Goofy tries to bring Max out of his shell, while Max resents being taken away, and lying to Roxanne about the trip (he tells her he & his dad will be appearing on TV at the PowerLine concert in LA). Will Max sink or swim? Will Goofy goof up his son's first shot at romance? Will Bigfoot step back? And what about those nuns? Written by
Joe Sewell <email@example.com>
It's the story of a father who couldn't be closer...to driving his son crazy.
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Did You Know?
When Max is singing in the school auditorium, Roxanne's position changes from close to the stage to the back of the room. The reason the filmmakers did this was to give the allusion that all Max really cares about is Roxanne and really no one else. See more
In the scene where the students are yelling "MAX! MAX! MAX!" the camera pans and the jocks mouth is not in sync with "MAX" See more
This is a vacation with me and my best buddy.
No, silly, with you!
At the end of the credits, you can hear the familliar voice of Goofy screaming. See more
Referenced in I Know That Voice
Written by Sammy Cahn
& Jimmy Van Heusen
(as James Van Heusen)
Performed by Rick Logan
Chorus: Donna Davidson
, Luana Jackman
, Susie Stevens-Logan
(as Susan Stevens Logan), and Bobbi Page See more