Goofy appears in 6222 issues.
A 2004 film, featuring five Christmas-themed tales.
An 2004 animated feature, casting the Disney characters in the classic tale of "The Three Musketeers" (1844) by Alexandre Dumas, père.
An 2004 sequel to the Lion King which actually takes a "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" approach to the events of the original film. It has Pumbaa and Timon as bystanders to every important scene and their own perspective of them.
The villians have taken over the House of Mouse and it's up to Micky Mouse and the gang to reclaim their club.
An 2000 sequel to the Goofy Movie. Max has graduated high school and starts college. Goofy suffers from the empty nest syndrome and soon looses his job. Being a college dropout himself, Goofy has trouble finding a decent job. So he decides to complete his college education.
An 1999 video film, featuring three Christmas-related featurettes.
An 1995 film, following the "Goof Troop" animated series. On the last day of the school year, Max hijacks the auditorium stage in the middle of his principal's speech. Turning a boring event to a musical concert. All to impress Roxanne.
A detective takes a job from a toon.
A package fim featuring two separate tales, that of Bongo the circus bear and "Mickey and the Beanstalk", an adaptation of Jack and the Beanstalk.
A package film featuring four animated tales, all set in South America. Two featured Donald Duck, one Goofy and one Pedro the anthropomorphic airplane. A hit of its time, currently mostly remembered for introducing Jose Carioca.
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