A Goofy Movie 1995 Disney Film

What's your review of the 1995 animated Disney film A Goofy Movie? It's directed by Kevin Lima, and stars the voices of Bill Farmer (Goofy), Jason Marsden (Max Goof), and Jim Cummings (Pete). #AGoofyMovie #Goofy #MaxGoof Do you want to watch A Goofy Movie? Did you enjoy the full movie or just parts of it? Scroll down for more information!

About A Goofy Movie

Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Der Film, Der Goofy Film

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A Goofy Movie plot from IMDb: "When Max makes a preposterous promise to a girl he has a crush on, his chances to fulfilling it seem hopeless when he is dragged onto a cross-country trip with his embarrassing father, Goofy."

The trailer can be found online.

Cast and Characters (descriptions from Wikipedia):

Jason Marsden as Maximilian "Max" Goof, Goofy's insecure teenage son.

Aaron Lohr provides Max's singing voice.

Bill Farmer as Goofy, a single father who works as a photographer at a photo studio in a mall department store.

Jim Cummings as Pete, Goofy's co-worker whom he and Max happen upon during their road trip.

Kellie Martin as Roxanne, Max's high school crush and romantic interest.

Rob Paulsen as P.J., Pete's son and Max's best friend.

Pauly Shore (uncredited) as Robert "Bobby" Zimuruski, Max and P.J.'s other best friend at school.

Wallace Shawn as Principal Mazur, the bad-tempered principal of Max's school.

Jenna von Oÿ as Stacey, Roxanne's best friend and student class president.

Frank Welker as Bigfoot, a monster who lives in the forest.

Tevin Campbell as Powerline, a famous pop star celebrity admired by Max and his peers

Directed by Kevin Lima

Screenplay by Jymn Magon, Chris Matheson, Brian Pimental

Story by Jymn Magon

Based on Goof Troop by Robert Taylor, Michael Peraza Jr.

Produced by Dan Rounds

Edited by Gregory Perler

Music by Carter Burwell

Production companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Disney MovieToons, Walt Disney Television Animation

Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Release date: April 7, 1995

Running time: 78 minutes

Budget: $18 million

Box office: $37.6 million

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