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In "Father's Weekend" Goofy tries to enjoy a relaxing weekend at home.
However, this doesn't happen as he as promised to take Junior to the beach.
Some Goofy cartoons during his Everyman years depicted Goofy as being a father to a red-nosed Goofy Junior.
Many fans believe that this character served as the inspiration for Max.
As a child, he is shown to be very close to his father.
He spent most of his time tagging along with Goofy during his father's shenanigans.
Goofy Jr.: Bobby Driscoll (1951-1952)June Foray (1953)Kevin Corcoran (Aquamania)Max Goof: Dana Hill (Goof Troop)Shaun Fleming (Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas)Jeannie Elias (The Spirit of Mickey)Jason Marsden (1995-present)Aaron Lohr (singing)Cool, worrisome, energetic, charming, awkward, hyperactive and mischievous, self-conscious, determined, imaginative, smart, level-headed, good-hearted, alert, creative, eager, endearing, tenacious, friendly, extroverted, a know-it-all, selfish (formerly), selfless Slender black dog, varies in age, 2 front teeth showing, red shirt, yellow-striped purple pants, white opera gloves, green sneakers (in Goof Troop), red short-sleeved hoodie, blue pants, black sneakers (in A Goofy Movie)Goofy (father)Mrs. J., Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Pluto, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, Ludwig Von Drake, Gus Goose, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Scrooge Mc Duck, the Beret Girl, Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse, Millie and Melody Mouse, Bobby, Roxanne (girlfriend), Mona (other girlfriend), Stacey, Tank, Sylvia Marpole, Debbie, Peg, Pistol Max Goof is the son of Goofy and Mrs. He originated from the 1950s Goofy shorts as Goofy Junior, first appearing in the 1951 short Fathers Are People, and remained a regular in subsequent Goofy shorts of that era.
After buying a boat, Goofy takes Junior onto the ocean to teach him about seamanship, and skiing.At the time of his introduction, he was around 11 years old but is usually presented as a teenager/young adult in his more recent appearances.One of Max Goof's most notable traits in the Disney franchise is that not only is he the only child in a single-parent family, but that parent is a single father.However, as he grows, he becomes embarrassed by his father's antics. was more like Goofy at times, while Max seemed more like Pete. He is often told that he's very much like his father, and his response is always along the lines of "Please don't say that, Dad." In spite of the denial, Max's mannerisms echo Goofy's at times including Goofy's laugh and clumsiness.In the Goof Troop show, there were times he would get suckered in by Pete and his get-rich-quick schemes, only to come around towards the end. As a teenager and young adult, Max is portrayed as calm, cool, and struggles to keep his father's goofiness as far away from him as possible.