A Goofy Movie

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  1. In the "Goofy Movie" (Theater version) when Max is singing on stage at school they flip to a scene that shows a carboard cut-out of "Ariel-The Little Mermaid"! It can not be seen in the VHS version because it was formatted to fit the screen.
    REPORTED: Patrick 13 JUN 97
    CONFIRMED: Isaac 04 MAY 00
  2. In the song that Goofy sings in the car that everyone on the road joins in on, he says one line that says "There are no strings on me"... from Pinnochio.
    REPORTED: MVDaemon 20 MAY 99
  3. I am not sure if the stuffed lion and deer found in the photo studio are deliberate references to "The Lion King" and "Bambi."
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
  4. When Goofy says that he is going on a trip with his "best friend," Max asks "Who? Donald Duck?"
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
  5. Donald makes a very quick one-line appearance during the "On the Open Road" sequence. Wgile Mickey sings one line and is seen waving to the cars, Donald is burdened with luggage.
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
    Max makes a statement about Goofy going fishing with his "best friend" Donald Duck. Then we see Mickey and Donald hitch hiking on the side of the road during the song "on the open road" you'd think Goofy would pick up his hitch hiking best friend!
    UPDATE: Jessie 19 MAR 00
  6. The Nuns which help Goofy to sing "Out on the Open Road" also appear three other times in the movie. The second time they appear are at the diner, when everybody's clapping one of them sticks their head in the picture. The third time is at the monster truck show, sitting right behind Goofy and Max. The last time their at the gates of the Powerline Concert.
    REPORTED: Andrew J. Watkins 18 JUN 99
    CONFIRMED: Veronica Jinks 29 MAR 00
    The nuns are also at Goofy's workplace, after he confronts Pete and then runs down the store ("Fishing! I'm going fishing with my boy!") The nuns are on the right side of the screen
    CONFIRMED: Jessica 14 DEC 00
  7. The answer to the 20 Questions game that Goofy starts his "Walt Disney."line and is seen waving to the cars, while Donald is burdened with luggage.
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
  8. On Goofy's keys, there is a Disney signature "D" from his last name.
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
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  9. Pete's line after exiting his camper starts: "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah neighbor. Small world isn't it?"
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
  10. In Goofy and Max's room at the undersea-themed motel, on the wall is a nightlight shaped like Ariel from "The Little Mermaid."
    REPORTED: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
  11. As Max and Goofy are eating breakfast at the diner, Max's breakfast changes from a smiley face to scrambled eggs to a partially eaten face.
    REPORTED: E Warren 15 AUG 97
  12. While driving Down the Road In "A Goofy Movie" A Billboard Reads Showgirls-NC-17.
    REPORTED: Daniel Farley 30 SEP 97
    The billboard says "N-6" NOT N C -17! N-6 is the perfume the background animators wife wears!
    UPDATE: mike 29 DEC 97
  13. In the scene where Goofy and Max are in the car coming to the intersection where Max has to choose to go to Lake Destiny or Los Angeles, one of the green signs has a small "Phillips 66" gas station sign at the top.
    REPORTED: Apothem 23 FEB 98
  14. In the Goofy Movie's final scene, Max is talking with Roxanne when attention is drawn to Goofy, who is working on getting the front bumper back on the car. The car explodes, and sends Goofy flying, but his shoes remain on the ground. He crashes through the roof of Roxanne's porch. When the frame pans back, he mysteriously has his shoes on again.
    REPORTED: Paul Blancher 19 JUN 98
  15. In the forest when Goofy and Bigfoot are sleeping and when Max is looking at the map, when the pencil rolls down, it points to Los Angeles. Coincidence? I think not.
    REPORTED: Kris 23 JUN 98
  16. In the car scene where Max changes the map, he holding the pencil with his right hand, but in the diner scene with the eggs, he's eating with his left hand.
    REPORTED: John Diaz 02 AUG 98
  17. When Max is in the office for being in trouble, the secretary is humming "The Death March"
    REPORTED: Kris 23 JUN 98
  18. GOOFY MOVIE PART II - Did you know that Roxanne is not Max's real girlfriend? She is a nameless girl who wears a blue shirt and pink shorts and makes her appearence 15 times, all in the same scene with Max.
    REPORTED: G.S. 13 MAR 98
  19. Lisa, the blond-headed girl with the black top and the blue jeans, appears in the song "After Today". She sings, "Gonna' move to the mall!." Have you ever noticed her fingers? When she sings, "Gonna' move to the mall!", she has four fingers and a thumb; but during the song "Stand Out", right after Max is pulled up in the air by the╩rope, she says, "Who's that guy!?" Look at her fingers. She only has three! She appears again one more time in the movie. This time she says, "Hey Max, wicked dance!" now she has four fingers again!
    REPORTED: Fred Schutz 28 SEP 01
  20. Towards the end of the movie, when Max and Goofy pull up in front of Roxanne's house, Goofy says to Max,"You're doin' the right thing son." Then Max says, "I know. But she'll probably never talk to me again." Then Goofy says, "Well, if she doesn't, maybe she's just not the one for you." Then Max says glumly, "That's what I'm afraid of." Then, Max is on his way out of the car, but you still see his seatbelt on!╩
    REPORTED: Fred Schutz 28 SEP 01
  21. During the song, "After Today", when they show the scene of the kids in the bus, you see Bobby, a football player, and some other kids. But when you see an inside view of the bus, you see nothing but cheerleaders and two gothic girls in the bus! When╩they show the kids loading off of the bus, there's the veriety of kids again
    REPORTED: Fred Schutz 28 SEP 01
  22. When the film came out Bill Farmer said in an interview that Mrs. Goof had taken off for the mall one day and never come back.

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