An Extremely Goofy Movie
|An Extremely Goofy Movie|
|Directed by||Ian Harrowell|
|Written by||Scott Gorden|
|Produced by||Lynne Southerland|
|Music by||Steve Bartek|
|Distributed by||Walt Disney Home Video|
|February 29, 2000|
An Extremely Goofy Movie (also known as Another Goofy Movie) is a 2000 American direct-to-video animated comedy movie. It was produced by Lynne Southerland and was directed by Ian Harrowell and Douglas McCarthy. It is a sequel to the 1995 movie A Goofy Movie. An Extremely Goofy Movie was released on February 29, 2000 in North America, the latest release was September 1, 2001 in Russia.
The movie holds a 57% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie won the "Best Animated Home Video Production" category at the 28th Annie Awards in 2000. Bill Farmer was also nominated for "Best Voice Acting by a Male Performer".
It was originally set to release in fall 1999, but like it's predecessor, it was pushed back to 2000.
Cast[change | change source]
- Bill Farmer as Goofy Goof. (Andrew Collins was supervising animator)
- Jason Marsden as Max Goof (Bob Baxter and Steven Trenbirth were supervising animators)
- Jeff Bennett as Bradley Uppercrust III, unemployment lady and Chuck the Sportscaster (Kevin Peaty was supervising animator for Bradley)
- Jim Cummings as Pete and Toy Factory Boss
- Brad Garrett as Tank
- Vicki Lewis as the Beret Girl (Kevin Peaty was supervising animator)
- Bebe Neuwirth as Sylvia Marpole (Andrew Collins was supervising animator)
- Rob Paulsen as P.J.. (Bob Baxter and Steven Trenbirth were supervising animators)
- Pauly Shore as Robert "Bobby" Zimuruski
References[change | change source]
- ↑ "An Extremely Goofy Movie". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 2014-03-28.
- ↑ "28th Annual Annie: Award Nominees and Winners (2000)". Annie Awards. Retrieved 2014-03-28.
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