A Christmas themed, three-part anthology-style video. The first part, "Donald Duck: Stuck on Christmas", is essentially a retelling of Groundhog Day (1993), with Huey, Dewey, and Louie ... See full summary »
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
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Bill Farmer (voice of Goofy) says he recorded for the movie, off and on, for close to two years. See more »
When the student body is chanting Max's name, Bobby is shown hanging onto a statue. Just a moment later, when Max high-fives the students on the school bus, Bobby is now shown on the bus. See more »
[talking to Principal Mazur on the phone]
Yes, Mr. Goof. This is Principal Mazur. I'm calling in regard to your son, Maximillian.
Max? Oh my gosh! Is he hurt?
No, Mr. Goof. He's in trouble!
Trouble? What kind of trouble?
Dressed like a gang member...
...your son caused the entire student body to break into a riotous frenzy!
Riot? It couldn't be my...
If I were you, Mr. Goof, I'd seriously re-evaluate the way you're raising your child before he ends up IN THE ELECTRIC CHAIR!
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At the end of the credits, you can hear the familliar voice of Goofy screaming. See more »
This is one of the best Disney films I have seen. If you are young, you will fully identify with the characters, and if you're not so young, this film will make you remember many things you left behind. The expression of the characters is sensational, the music is very good, the screenplay is fantastic, and there are lots of intelligent cinematography effects used. I find it a little short, but I'm sure that children will appreciate that (as far as I can remember, I never was able to watch a long movie when I was a child). My final rating is 8-9 out of 10.
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