Goofy

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Goofy Goof
First appearanceMickey's Revue (1932)
Created byWalt Disney, Frank Webb
Voiced byPinto Colvig (1932–1965)
George Johnson (1939–1943)
Bob Jackman (1951)
Jimmy MacDonald (1960)[1][2]
Jack Bailey
Hal Smith (1983)
Will Ryan (1986–1987)
Tony Pope (1987–1988)
Bill Farmer (1987–)
Developed byArt Babbit, Jack Kinney
Information
Nickname(s)Dippy Dawg
George G. Geef
Goofus D. Dawg
Goofy G. Goof
AliasesSuper Goof
SpeciesAnthropomorphic dog
GenderMale
Spouse(s)Penny (deceased)
Significant other(s)Clarabelle Cow
Zenobia (1980s comics)
Glory-Bee (1960s comics)
Sylvia Marpole (An Extremely Goofy Movie)
ChildrenMax Goof (son)
RelativesGoofy, Sr. (father)
Gramma Goof (mother)
Gilbert Goof (nephew)
Debbie (niece)

Goofy is a Disney character. He is a dog-like character and the friend of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. He is a tall, anthropomorphic dog, and typically wears a turtle neck and vest, with pants, shoes, white gloves, and a tall hat originally designed as a rumpled fedora.

He has been voiced by Bill Farmer since 1987.

References[change | change source]

  1. "DisneylandRecords.com - DQ-1212 Walt Disney's Donald Duck And His Friends". Retrieved 19 May 2016.
  2. "The Voices of Donald Duck and His Friends (1960, Music Album Recording) - Voice Cast Listing at Voice Chasers". Voice Chasers. Retrieved 19 May 2016.