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Release Date:
21 December 2007 (USA) See more »
Goofy tries to set up his new home theater in time for the big game, with disastrous results. | Full synopsis »
2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
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  (in credits order)

Corey Burton ... Narrator (voice)

Bill Farmer ... Goofy (voice)

Directed by
Kevin Deters 
Stevie Wermers  (as Stevie Wermers-Skelton)
Writing credits
Kevin Deters (story) &
Wilbert Plijnaar (story) &
Stevie Wermers (story) (as Stevie Wermers-Skelton) &
Dan Abraham (story)

Josie Trinidad (additional story) &
Burny Mattinson (additional story)

Produced by
Tamara Boutcher .... producer
John Lasseter .... executive producer
Chuck Williams .... executive producer
Original Music by
Michael Giacchino 
Film Editing by
Jeff Draheim 
Casting by
Curtis A. Koller 
Art Direction by
Ian Gooding 
Production Management
Jenni Magee-Cook .... production manager
Michele Mazzano .... production department manager
Maria R. Morgan .... production department manager
Virginia Perry Smith .... production department manager
Art Department
James Aaron Finch .... visual development artist (as James Finch)
Mac George .... visual development artist
Gregory C. Miller .... visual development artist (as Greg Miller)
Marlon West .... artistic coordinator
Pam Darley .... artistic coordinator (uncredited)
Wilbert Plijnaar .... concept artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
David E. Fluhr .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Gabriel Guy .... sound mix technician (uncredited)
Myron Nettinga .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Robert L. Sephton .... sound designer (uncredited)
Robert L. Sephton .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Peter DeMund .... effects animator (as Peter De Mund)
James DeValera Mansfield .... effects animator (as James De V. Mansfield)
Ted Kierscey .... effects animator
Dan Lund .... effects animator (as Daniel Lund)
Van Shirvanian .... effects animator
Marlon West .... effects supervisor
Tony West .... effects animator (uncredited)
Animation Department
Dale Baer .... animator
Kathleen M. Bailey .... clean-up artist
Rachel R. Bibb .... clean-up artist (as Rachel Bibb)
Dan Cooper .... background supervisor
Rudy Cortes .... ink and paint artist
Eric Daniels .... clean-up artist
Andreas Deja .... animator: Goofy
Eric Goldberg .... animator
Barbara Lynn Hamane .... ink and paint artist (as Barbara Hamane)
Randy Haycock .... animator
Mark Henn .... animator
Iva S. Itchevska .... ink and paint artist (as Iva Itchevska-Brain)
Brian Kesinger .... layout artist
Joan Kim .... ink and paint artist (as Joan Kim Anastas)
Jody Kooistra .... clean-up artist
Ginka Kostova .... ink and paint artist
Frances Kumashiro .... ink and paint artist
Alex Kupershmidt .... animator
Sai Ping Lok .... background artist
Heidi Lin Mahoney .... ink and paint artist (as Heidi Mahoney)
Kelly McGraw .... background artist
Lieve Miessen .... clean-up artist
Rick Moore .... layout artist
Yuko Okumura .... ink and paint artist
Jean-Christophe Poulain .... layout artist (as Jean Christophe Poulain)
Dan Read .... background artist
Olun Riley .... ink and paint artist
Trevor Tamboline .... clean-up artist
Dan Tanaka .... clean-up artist
Josie Trinidad .... story artist
Doug Walker .... layout artist
David Womersley .... layout supervisor
Haroldo Guimarães .... clean-up supervisor: HGN - Brazil (uncredited)
Hans Perk .... animation services: A. Film A/S (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Catherine Apple .... assistant editor
Robert Bagley .... post-production coordinator
Brent W. Hall .... post-production coordinator
Darrian M. James .... assistant editor
Brian Millman .... post-production coordinator
Hermann H. Schmidt .... assistant editor (as Hermann Schmidt)
Bruce Tauscher .... digital color timer
Music Department
Paul Apelgren .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Stephen M. Davis .... music editor (uncredited)
Other crew
David M. Adler .... technology supporter (as David Adler)
Janet Blazon .... assistant to producers
Peter Chun .... technology supporter (as Peter Lee Chun)
Peter Denomme .... Producer Yowza Animation
Susan Jones .... production assistant
Richard N. Kanno .... technology supporter
Kimberly W. Keech .... technology supporter
Tim Kwan .... production assistant
Todd LaPlante .... technology supporter
Michael A. McFerren .... production assistant (as Michael McFerren)
Mary Meacham .... title designer (as Mary Hogg)
Tia Mell .... marketing
Bardo S. Ramirez .... production finance lead
Tara Handy Turner .... technology supporter
Greg Brandeau .... special thanks
Ed Catmull .... special thanks
Don Hahn .... special thanks
Darin Hollings .... special thanks
Ann Le Cam .... special thanks
Tom MacDougall .... special thanks
Maggie Malone .... special thanks
Dorothy McKim .... special thanks
Andrew Millstein .... special thanks
Ali Rowghani .... special thanks
Walt Sturrock .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Goofy: How to Hook Up Your Home Theatre" - Canada (English title)
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6 min | 7 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Canada:G (all jurisdictions) | USA:G

Did You Know?

The two football teams in the game are the Dawgs and the Geefs, both references to two of Goofy's pseudonyms over the years, Dippy Dawg (his early incarnation) and George Geef (his "everyman" name from his 1950s cartoons).See more »
Narrator:The heavenly journey begins with just a few key components: The DVD, the CD, the LD, the DVR, the VCR, audio receiver, AV cables, TV cables, satellite dish with satellite, the Blu-Ray, the Green Ray, the Who Ray, the Hi-Fi, Wi-Fi, HDMI, heebie-jeebies and E=MC². Oh, and don't forget the batteries. They're not included.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Pinocchio (1940)See more »


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5 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
One Of The Best, 12 February 2008
Author: dgtrkr from United States

things that has come out of the Disney animations studios in a LONG time, I'm sick of all the 3D stuff give me some good old looking animation (even if it was produced with 50% less paper), this is what Disney was built on, and what they do best. This is modern old school stuff, a great update of a classic. Awesome cartoon!!!!! I was pleasantly surprise when I sat down to see National Treasure 2, and there was a cartoon, I really expected one of the classics, I really thought they just cleaned up something from the vault until it started, then WOW! I think that Disney would be well suited to get back to their roots with this type of animation, and the story was one of the best of the old "How to..." with a great modern twist, I'd go back to see the movies, just to watch the cartoon again!

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