Complete Goofy

The Complete Goofy

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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Garsh! Every dog has his day, and Goofy is at long last getting his in this Walt Disney Treasures collections. One of Disney's most endearing animated stars, the Goofster stepped from behind Mickey's and Donald Duck's shadows with the 1939 cartoon "Goofy and Wilbur." Between 1939 and 1961, he evolved from a lovable, good-hearted simpleton into a 1950s Everyman. Fellow toon Roger Rabbit said it best in Who Framed Roger Rabbit: "Nobody takes a wallop like Goofy. What timing. What finesse. What a genius!" And here's proof -- 46 color cartoons that capture Goofy in all his slapstick glory. The best are the "how-to" cartoons, in which Goofy demonstrates a variety of sports, from swimming to hockey. Film critic and historian Leonard Maltin hosts this two-disc archival collection, which includes segments on Goofy's character development, a profile of the man who first gave Goofy his distinctive vocal personality, Pinto Colvig, and an interview with Bill Farmer, Colvig's successor. Also recommended for Disney and animation buffs are the two-disc sets Mickey Mouse in Black and White (which includes Goofy's scene-stealing debut in the 1932 cartoon "Mickey's Revue") and Behind the Scenes at Walt Disney Studio.

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Closed Caption; The essential goof; Pinto Colvig: The Man Behind the Goof; A conversation with goofy's voice: Bill Farmer; Poster gallery (with attached audio files); Memorabilia gallery (with attached audio files); Goofy through the years gallery (with attached audio files)

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Complete Goofy / Collectible Tin 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am so please they came out with this compilation of all these wonderful Goofy cartoons. The only problem I found with the DVD is that you can't play all of the cartoons continuously. Instead of going on to the next cartoon when one is over, the DVD reverts back to the menu after each cartoon. Other than that, I'm glad to have all of the Goofy cartoons on DVD, to watch whenever I like.