History WesternAnimation / Goofy

14th Apr '18 11:01:26 PM EdnaWalker
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* ForWhomTheBullsToil (1953)

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* ForWhomTheBullsToil For Whom The Bulls Toil (1953)
14th Apr '18 11:00:32 PM EdnaWalker
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* WesternAnimation/ForWhomTheBullsToil (1953)

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* WesternAnimation/ForWhomTheBullsToil ForWhomTheBullsToil (1953)
14th Apr '18 10:59:38 PM EdnaWalker
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* For Whom the Bulls Toil (1953)

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* For Whom the Bulls Toil WesternAnimation/ForWhomTheBullsToil (1953)
10th Apr '18 7:03:26 PM BatmanKalEl
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** [{{Averted|Trope}} in some animated versions. While the other main characters of the Franchise/MickeyMouse franchise have their own nieces and nephews, Goofy has a son, Max.

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** [{{Averted|Trope}} {{Averted|Trope}} in some animated versions. While the other main characters of the Franchise/MickeyMouse franchise have their own nieces and nephews, Goofy has a son, Max.
11th Feb '18 3:37:03 PM fruitstripegum
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* AccidentalHero: In "Two-Gun Goofy".



* AccidentalHero: In "Two-Gun Goofy".
14th Jan '18 2:33:45 PM InsanePryomanic
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** In VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part, though a lot of this is him being compared to [[IdiotHero Sora]] and [[HairTriggerTemper Donald]].

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** In VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part, though a lot of this is him being compared always playing the straight man to [[IdiotHero Sora]] and [[HairTriggerTemper Donald]].
14th Jan '18 2:32:33 PM InsanePryomanic
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** In VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part, though a lot of this is his having to play straight man to [[IdiotHero Sora]] and [[Donald HairTriggerTemper]].

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** In VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part, though a lot of this is his having to play straight man him being compared to [[IdiotHero Sora]] and [[Donald HairTriggerTemper]].[[HairTriggerTemper Donald]].
14th Jan '18 2:31:40 PM InsanePryomanic
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** In VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part.

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** In VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part.part, though a lot of this is his having to play straight man to [[IdiotHero Sora]] and [[Donald HairTriggerTemper]].
25th Dec '17 8:25:44 PM Theriocephalus
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* ArbitrarySkepticism: A trait he got in the Italian Disney comics. Goofy strongly refuses to believe in the existence of magic, no matter how many times Witch Hazel shows him her most powerful magic tricks.
** To be more accurate, he refuses to believe that ''Hazel'' and any actual magic user or object (save for the peanuts that give him superpowers) may actually be magic. He actually believes in magic... He just can't recognize it.

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* ArbitrarySkepticism: A trait he got in the Italian Disney comics. Goofy strongly refuses to believe in the existence of magic, no matter how many times Witch Hazel shows him her most powerful magic tricks.
** To be more accurate,
tricks. The thing is that, while he refuses to believe that ''Hazel'' and any actual magic user or object (save for the peanuts that give him superpowers) may actually be magic. He magic, he actually believes ''does'' believe in magic... He he just can't recognize never recognizes it when he sees it.



* BumblingDad: Much to the dismay of his son, Max.
** This trope is also played to perfection in the 1950s cartoons where Goofy is depicted as a suburban father named George Geef. A perfect example is "Father's Day Off", in which Goofy, as Geef, is [[ADayInHerApron woefully unprepared to take on the responsibilities of running the house in his wife's absence]].

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* BumblingDad: Much to the dismay of his son, Max.
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Max. This trope is also played to perfection in the 1950s cartoons where Goofy is depicted as a suburban father named George Geef. A perfect example is "Father's Day Off", in which Goofy, as Geef, is [[ADayInHerApron woefully unprepared to take on the responsibilities of running the house in his wife's absence]].



* TheEveryman: The short "How To Play Baseball" introduced the idea of Goofy playing the part of many characters at once, with the potential to appeal to everybody and demolish an entire baseball field.
** In general, this is how Goofy was portrayed originally, with him being just a normal dude going through daily grinds, suffering from everyday problems and enjoying the stuff most people tend to enjoy.

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* TheEveryman: The short "How To Play Baseball" introduced the idea of Goofy playing the part of many characters at once, with the potential to appeal to everybody and demolish an entire baseball field.
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field. In general, this is also how Goofy was portrayed originally, with him being just a normal dude going through daily grinds, suffering from everyday problems and enjoying the stuff most people tend to enjoy.



* FlatEarthAtheist: Despite (or probably more likely ''because'' of) him living in a little world of his own at times, several comics have depicted him as this, most notably the series in which he hangs out with Witch Hazel and refuses to believe that she's a witch no matter how many impressive feats of magic she pulls off in order to convince him. He always has his own explanation for events, [[InsaneTrollLogic most of which are even more fantastic and unbelievable than "it's magic."]] Several other comics has depicted him as immune to the effects of hostile magic, purely because he doesn't believe in it and nothing can make him change his mind on the subject. [[DependingOnTheWriter However, according to other stories, he actually believes in magic, he just can't actually recognize it.]]
* AFoolAndHisNewMoneyAreSoonParted: The basis for "Get Rich Quick".

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* FlatEarthAtheist: Despite (or probably more likely ''because'' of) him living in a little world of his own at times, several comics have depicted him as this, most notably the series in which he hangs out with Witch Hazel and refuses to believe that she's a witch no matter how many impressive feats of magic she pulls off in order to convince him. He always has his own explanation for events, [[InsaneTrollLogic most of which are even more fantastic fantastic, far-fetched and unbelievable than "it's magic."]] magic"]]. Several other comics has depicted depict him as immune to the effects of hostile magic, purely because he doesn't believe in it and nothing can make him change his mind on the subject. [[DependingOnTheWriter However, according to other stories, he actually believes in magic, he just can't actually recognize it.]]
* %%* AFoolAndHisNewMoneyAreSoonParted: The basis for "Get Rich Quick".%%ZCE



** In ''Mickey Mouse Clubhouse'', Willy The Giant refers to him as a dog.

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** In ''Mickey Mouse Clubhouse'', Willy The the Giant refers to him as a dog.



* InsanelyInternationalAncestry: Something especially notable in his comics incarnations is that Goofy has a ridiculously old and spread-out family tree. In almost any given situation where history is brought up, he'll offhandedly mention having a great-great-great-great-grandfather or -uncle from the period and region in question and pop up to his enormous and cluttered attic to fish out yet another centuries-old souvenir that his family stashed there. This eventually got to be something of a classic RunningGag with him. It was eventually deliberately exaggerated in the Italian comic series ''Goofy's Great-grand-ancestors'' (''I Bis-bis di Pippo''), which focused on following en extensive series of Goofy lookalikes through 1800's Paris, Columbus' ships on the way to the Americas, the European Middle Ages, Ancient Rome, China, Greece and Egypt, Babylon, the Stone Age, [[ExaggeratedTrope and eventually culminating in a Precambrian single-celled lifeform that already had Goofy's distinctive ears]].



* TheKlutz: He's the image of the trope's page.
* LargeHam: Goofy has his hammy moments.
* LemonyNarrator: The narrator in the ''How to...'' shorts.

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* TheKlutz: He's the image of the trope's page.
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LargeHam: Goofy has his hammy moments.
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moments.%%ZCE
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LemonyNarrator: The narrator in the ''How to...'' shorts.%%ZCE



** [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in some animated versions. While the other main characters of the Franchise/MickeyMouse franchise have their own nieces and nephews, Goofy has a son, Max.

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** [[AvertedTrope Averted]] [{{Averted|Trope}} in some animated versions. While the other main characters of the Franchise/MickeyMouse franchise have their own nieces and nephews, Goofy has a son, Max.



* NiceGuy: His current characterization.

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* %%* NiceGuy: His current characterization.%%ZCE



* StockScream: The famous Goofy Holler.
-->"YAAAAAH-Hoo-Hoo-Hoo-HOOEY!"

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* StockScream: StockScream:
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The famous Goofy Holler.
-->"YAAAAAH-Hoo-Hoo-Hoo-HOOEY!"--->"YAAAAAH-Hoo-Hoo-Hoo-HOOEY!"



* TookALevelInJerkass: In "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E1NoService No Service]]", one of the brand-new ''Mickey Mouse'' series of animated shorts, Goofy runs a seaside grill and so strictly follows the "no shirt, no shoes, no service" policy that he unceremoniously turns ''Mickey and Donald'' away because the former does not wear a shirt and the latter does not wear shoes, even if they're his friends and he has known them and their attires for a long time. When Donald tries to gain access wearing Mickey's shoes and red pants, Goofy asks to see an I.D. So Donald digs into the pants and pulls out ''Mickey's'' driver's license.
-->'''Goofy:''' ''(infuriated)'' What're ya, clownin' me!? [[PunctuatedForEmphasis That. Ain't. You.]] ''(kicks Donald out)'' [[GetOut And stay out!]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: TookALevelInJerkass:
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In "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E1NoService No Service]]", one of the brand-new ''Mickey Mouse'' series of animated shorts, Goofy runs a seaside grill and so strictly follows the "no shirt, no shoes, no service" policy that he unceremoniously turns ''Mickey and Donald'' away because the former does not wear a shirt and the latter does not wear shoes, even if they're his friends and he has known them and their attires for a long time. When Donald tries to gain access wearing Mickey's shoes and red pants, Goofy asks to see an I.D. So Donald digs into the pants and pulls out ''Mickey's'' driver's license.
-->'''Goofy:''' --->'''Goofy:''' ''(infuriated)'' What're ya, clownin' me!? me? [[PunctuatedForEmphasis That. Ain't. You.]] ''(kicks Donald out)'' [[GetOut And stay out!]]
25th Dec '17 12:01:32 PM Zoriax91
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* KitschCollection: His attic in the comics is a chock-full, chaotic mess of souvenirs from his or his relatives' travels. Notably, he's capable of finding any single item in a few minutes at most, but only if his collection is messed up; if it's sorted out, he's completely lost.
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