The classic Disney character, Goofy is a single father raising his son, Max in Spoonerville. Pete, a frequent antagonist from the old cartoons, lives next door with his family.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Rob Paulsen ...  P.J. Pete / ... 78 episodes, 1992
April Winchell ...  Peg Pete / ... 77 episodes, 1992
Jim Cummings ...  Pete / ... 76 episodes, 1992
Bill Farmer ...  Goofy / ... 76 episodes, 1992
Dana Hill ...  Max Goof 76 episodes, 1992
Frank Welker ...  Chainsaw / ... 65 episodes, 1992
Nancy Cartwright ...  Pistol Pete / ... 58 episodes, 1992
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The classic Disney character, Goofy is a single father raising his son, Max in Spoonerville. Pete, a frequent antagonist from the old cartoons, lives next door with his family.

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 September 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Disney's Goof Troop See more »

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Runtime:

(79 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono | Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Quackerjack, a villain from Darkwing Duck (1991), makes an appearance in a few episodes such as on Max's watch in one episode. See more »

Quotes

[dough that Pete tries cooking is starting to extremely inflate]
Peg: Oh, cherry-pick, how much cheese did you put in that dough?
Pete: Just a pint. It says right here.
[looks on a box]
Pete: Oh, I guess that only says a "pinch."
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Connections

Referenced in James & Mike Mondays: ClayFighter (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

Goof Troop Theme
by Randy
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One of the lamest shows of all time.
27 November 2011 | by david-jorda-manaut123See all my reviews

It seems that at the very moment Scooby-Doo hit the TV screens, a lot of ugly depressing trends were all set to go. Amongst them, the fact that every successful show and / or character always had to have a "parent-and-kid" sequel. Let's see: there's "Poopy-Poo and Crappy-Poo", "Captain Lameman and Son" (but no Teen Angels...), Popeye and Son (a prime example of cartoon blasphemy), and probably a lot more I haven't heard of...

... and Goof Troop.

What's wrong with this show ? Jesus ! Where do I start ?

The art ? Perhaps one of the ugliest kinds of animation I have ever seen. The characters have no clear poses or facial expressions, and the frame rate is very awkward. The backgrounds have really crappy colors too. And way too much pink, purple, blue and orange. Ew ! The voices ? Aaaaarrrrrrrgggggghhhhh !!! They just make my ears bleed. Sometimes you can't even understand what the characters are saying ! The stories ? What stories ? The dialogue ? If you want to hear all the flaws of cartoon-scriptwriting summed in every single episode (lame puns, inappropriate lines for most of the characters), this show is for you. The musical scores ? They sound even worse than the worst musical scores for "Animaniacs" or any post-"Flintstones" Hanna-Barbera show. The sound effects and sound design ? Again, blame it on Scooby-Doo. And last but not least : the staging ? There's no staging at all in here ! All the scenes seem to drag along, and you can feel that they stretched them a lot so they could make every episode last 20 minutes.

I think I don't need to say anything else about it. It's really god-awful.

PS. If, however, you do really want to take a peek, you can watch the following episodes : "Everything's Coming Up Goofy", "Pete's Day At The Races", "Wrecks, Lies and Videotape", "Incredible Bulk", and "Date With Destiny". These ones are still watchable. Also, you can always listen to the french dub. I have to say, the voices are excellent in this one, for a change.


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