A Goofy Movie Original and Limited Edition Art (1995)

Max Goof (Jason Marsden), the son of Goofy, plans to shed his "Goof" label and impress his main love interest, Roxanne (Kellie Martin), on the last day of his school year. Max and his best friends PJ (Rob Paulsen) and Bobby Zimmeruski (Pauly Shore) hijack the auditorium stage in the middle of Principal Mazur's (Wallace Shawn) speech, creating a small concert where Max performs while costumed as the pop singer Powerline (Tevin Campbell) (a parody of Michael Jackson and Prince). The performance succeeds in making Max a school celebrity, but he is caught and Mazur sends the three to his office. Roxanne speaks with Max and agrees to go with him to a party where Powerline's concert will be aired live, but Mazur calls Goofy at work and forewarns him that Max may face capital punishment.


In desperation, Goofy decides to take Max on a fishing trip to Lake Destiny, Idaho, following a map route he and his father took years ago. Max tries to tell his father about the party he and Roxanne are planning to go to, but Goofy refuses to cooperate and shoves him into his yellow AMC Pacer. Max stops by Roxanne's house to call off their date, but when she says she will just have to go with someone else he fabricates a story about his father knowing Powerline, and that he will be on stage at the concert with Powerline. Against Max's wishes, Goofy plans his own trip. After unintentionally humiliating his son at a opossum-based theme park, Max hurts Goofy's feelings. They camp soon after, encountering Goofy's friend Pete (Jim Cummings) and PJ, Pete advising Goofy to keep Max under his control instead of backing off. Goofy takes Max fishing and performs the Perfect Cast fishing technique, which lures Bigfoot (Frank Welker) to their camp. Seeing the approaching Bigfoot, Pete and PJ flee, leaving the two to spend the night with Bigfoot. At night, while Goofy is still sleeping Max discovers the map route and alters it to Los Angeles, where the concert is to take place.


Goofy decides to make Max the navigator of the trip the next morning. The two go to several locations that satisfy both of them. They stop by a motel where they meet Pete and PJ once again. Pete overhears Max telling PJ about altering the map, and tells Goofy, who at first disbelieves him but then finds the map himself. The next day, Goofy and Max come to a junction, one leading to Idaho, the other to California. In a panic, Max chooses the route to California, causing Goofy to stop the car and stomp off in anger. Max then tries to explain somthing to Goofy, but becomes angered himself when he refuses to listen to him, and ends up leaning against the car. This causes the car to roll off on its own due to Goofy forgetting to set the brake, and the two Goofs start pursuing it and arguing until they crash into a river, where they eventually rekindle their relationship. Max then tells Goofy about Roxanne and the promise he made to her. Goofy then decides to take Max to the concert to fulfill his promise, but the two nearly plummet down a waterfall with a bottomless drop, before Max saving Goofy using the Perfect Cast technique.


The two get to Los Angeles and they end up on stage and dance with Powerline, watched by Pete, PJ, and Roxanne on separate televisions. Max and Goofy return to Roxanne's house in their now wrecked car, Max revealing the truth to Roxanne but she accepts it and admits she always had feelings for him ever since he first said "Ahyuck". Goofy is blown upward by his exploding car, but safely falls, crashing through the porch roof of Roxanne's house, and is introduced to her by Max. 

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