Feel free to take some time off! I’ll just be borrowing a few posts of yours for this week (though with credit of course)!
On the open road in A Goofy Movie, Goofy & Max pass by a familiar pair of hitchhikers, Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck.
While playing 20 Questions in the car in A Goofy Movie, Goofy guesses that Max is thinking of Walt Disney.
As Max rushes home to call Roxanne in A Goofy Movie, he passes by a toddler in a Mickey Mouse highchair.
As Max flies around during his “Stand Out” performance in A Goofy Movie, Mickey Mouse makes a cameo in the auditorium (lower left).
As P.J. preps his camera backstage for Max’s performance in A Goofy Movie, he passes by a high school theater version of Tick Tock Croc.
There are a lot of fun quotes from this movie! We’ll see lots of them come Thursday! ^_^
The costume worn by Powerline in A Goofy Movie is a parody of the yellow HazMat costumes worn by Devo, circa 1977/78.
The original VHS release of A Goofy Movie had Parachute Express’s music video “Dr. Looney’s Remedy”.
Throughout A Goofy Movie, Goofy is only referred to by his real name once—- by Pete, when they meet at the latter’s trailer. Otherwise, he’s referred to as “Dad” (by Max), “Mr. Goof” (by Max’s Principal), or just “Goof” (by Pete).
Goofy is the only character from the Mickey, Donald and Goofy trio to have a son (as seen in A Goofy Movie). In addition, Goofy is the only member of the trio to have a confirmed wife. Mickey and Minnie are considered sweethearts.
To date, A Goofy Movie is the only animated Disney film produced in widescreen that has a pan and scan-only DVD in the United States. However, the PAL counterparts have non-anamorphic widescreen DVDs (the Region 2 DVD is in 1.78:1, while the Region 4 DVD is in the theatrical ratio of 1.85:1), and the film was available in a letterbox presentation on Laserdisc. When the film aired on Toon Disney HD, Disney Channel HD, and Disney XD HD, it was in the standard-definition format instead of the high-definition format.
A Goofy Movie was first released on VHS home video on September 6, 1995. It was reissued on VHS and DVD as part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection on June 20, 2000. This release containing the Goof Troop episode “Calling All Goofs” as a bonus feature on both formats, with the DVD also including the Disneyland television episode “The Goofy Success Story”.
Although based upon a Disney TV series, production on A Goofy Movie was handled by Walt Disney Feature Animation instead of Walt Disney Television Animation. Pre-production was done at the main WDFA studio in California. The animation work was done at WDFA’s then-new satellite shop (formerly the Brizzi studio) in Paris, France supervised by Paul and Gaëtan Brizzi, as well as at the Walt Disney Animation studio in Sydney, Australia (later DisneyToon Studios). Additional clean-up animation was done by Phoenix Animation Studios in Canada, and digital ink and paint by the Pixibox studio in France.