History WesternAnimation / Goofy

21st Jun '17 10:54:29 PM Sdman101
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** In VideoGame/KingodmHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part.

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** In VideoGame/KingodmHearts VideoGame/KingdomHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part.
21st Jun '17 10:52:13 PM Sdman101
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Oh, and for the record, he's an anthropomorphic dog. [[DependingOnTheAutor Most of the time, at least.]]

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Oh, and for the record, he's an anthropomorphic dog. [[DependingOnTheAutor [[DependingOnTheAuthor Most of the time, at least.]]
8th Jun '17 11:39:52 AM TonyG
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%%* TheBigGuy

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%%* TheBigGuy* TheBigGuy: Is the tallest of the main Disney shorts characters.



* RapidFireNailBiting: On the cartoon "Californy Er Bust", a horse startled by a stagecoach starts biting on its horseshoe nails.

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* RapidFireNailBiting: RapidFireNailBiting:
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On the cartoon "Californy Er Bust", a horse startled by a stagecoach starts biting on its horseshoe nails. nails.
** On "How to Play Golf", when Goofy's putt shot circles around the rim of the hole, with nail clippings flying out.
8th Jun '17 10:27:41 AM PrincessGwen
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* MindScrew: The ending of "Tomorrow We Diet!" has this in spades. [[spoiler:Did Goofy eat the food or was it just his imagination? Is the guy who looks like him real or is he just a representation of his inner shame?]]



* OurZombiesAreDifferent: In "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E10GhoulFriend Ghoul Friend]]", he appears a zombie that despite still having decayed flesh on it, behaves more like [[DemBones skeletons]], with the ability to move separated limbs down to reassembling himself. [[spoiler: And at the end of short, his demeanor remained as helpful and friendly as ever towards Mickey.]]

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* OurZombiesAreDifferent: In "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E10GhoulFriend Ghoul Friend]]", he appears a zombie that despite still having decayed flesh on it, behaves more like [[DemBones skeletons]], with the ability to move separated limbs down to reassembling himself. [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And at the end of short, his demeanor remained as helpful and friendly as ever towards Mickey.]]
8th Jun '17 10:06:59 AM AlienPatch
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** [[DependingOnTheAuthor That is, if you think he IS a dog and not something else]].



* 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. 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.

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* 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.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.


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** In "Tomorrow We Diet!" his inner self is horribly insulting and mean-spirited towards his weight problems [[spoiler: and even eats his food in the end after forcing him not to eat!]]


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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Goofy's son and wife are nowhere to be seen in more modern stories, like WesternAnimation/GoofTroop or WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse.
8th Jun '17 9:41:45 AM AlienPatch
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Oh, and for the record, he's an anthropomorphic dog.

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Oh, and for the record, he's an anthropomorphic dog.
dog. [[DependingOnTheAutor Most of the time, at least.]]



* ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere: "Tomorrow We Diet": Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat!

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* ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere: "Tomorrow We Diet": Diet!": Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat!



* DietEpisode: The short "Tomorrow We Diet".

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* DependingOnTheAuthor: He's been identified as a dog by some people but has been mentioned to be something else in other media [[WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse at least once]]. Also, he can either be very dumb and clumsy or an UnluckyEverydude with a normal level of intelligence.
** In VideoGame/KingodmHearts he's depicted as smarter and more bright than the rest for the most part.
* DietEpisode: The short "Tomorrow We Diet".Diet!".



** 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.



* FingerGun: In "How To Play Golf", Goofy mimes shooting himself in the head after missing an easy putt. The "gun" actually goes off, although it only singes him.

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* FingerGun: In "How To Play Golf", Goofy mimes shooting himself in the head after missing an easy putt. The "gun" actually goes off, although it only singes him. He reacts with horror and points the "gun" away from him.
* {{Flanderization}}: In the beginning, Goofy was shown to be [[TheEveryman a normal guy]] with a fairly normal level of intelligence (although he had some moments of [[HotBlooded recklessness and imprudence]]) and his accidents were more [[UnluckyEverydude due to his bad luck than because of his foolishness]]. As the stories progressed, and especially in the present stories, his [[TheKlutz silliness and clumsiness]] have been exaggerated and he's sometimes depicted as a [[TooDumbToLive very dumb person]]. Then again, the two versions have been mixed from time to time DependingOnTheAuthor.



** Famously reference in ''Film/StandByMe'':

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** In an episode of WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse, when Pete asks him what is he supposed to be, Goofy proclaims that he is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a Goofy.]]
** Famously reference referenced in ''Film/StandByMe'':



** Any debate was finally put to rest in 2013 in the ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse2013'' short "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E11DogShow Dog Show]]", where Mickey enters Goofy into a dog show in place of an injured Pluto.

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** Any debate was finally put to rest in 2013 in In the ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse2013'' short "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E11DogShow Dog Show]]", where Mickey enters Goofy into a dog show in place of an injured Pluto.


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* GainaxEnding: In "Tomorrow we diet!", [[spoiler: after enduring lots and lots of temptation, Goofy finally gives in and tries to eat all the food he refused...only to find out [[JerkAss his inner self]] had eaten it all before him! So...did he ate the food or not?]]
7th Jun '17 4:44:47 AM Pfff133
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* BumblingDad / StandardFiftiesFather: Fills both tropes nicely in his 1950s cartoons, in which he plays a family man named George Geef.
** However, the latter trope is averted and the former played even straighter in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' and beyond.
* ButtMonkey: Trips and falls a lot.


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* ButtMonkey: Trips and falls a lot.
7th Jun '17 4:42:36 AM Pfff133
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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Goofy can be pretty tough when the need arises--in ''An Extremely Goofy Movie'', he rushes into a ''burning building'' to rescue Max.


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* BumblingDad / StandardFiftiesFather: Fills both tropes nicely in his 1950s cartoons, in which he plays a family man named George Geef.
** However, the latter trope is averted and the former played even straighter in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' and beyond.


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* SignatureLaugh: "A-hyuck!"
31st May '17 12:44:00 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* CharacterTics: Cartoonist Paul Murry gave Goofy a rather memorable one of putting his hand in front of his mouth when he had one of them free. Murry explained that he felt the detail made Goofy look even more naïve.

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* CharacterTics: Cartoonist Paul Murry gave Goofy a rather memorable one of putting one of his hand hands in front of his mouth when whenever he had one of them free. Murry explained that he felt the detail made Goofy look even more naïve.
31st May '17 12:41:33 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* CharacterTics: Cartoonist Paul Murry gave Goofy a rather memorable one of putting his hand in front of his mouth when he had one of them free. Murry explained that he felt the detail made Goofy look even more naïve.
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