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Der liebenswürdige, treudoofe Goofy erlebt gemeinsam mit seinem elfjährigen Sohn Max Abenteuer in den 90er Jahren. Humor, Naivität und Chaos begleiten die beiden durch jede Situation mit Nachbarn und Freunden. Goofy und Max (Originaltitel: Goof Troop) ist eine Zeichentrickserie der Walt Disney Company (er Jahre) mit dem anthropomorphen Hund Goofy, der vor. Max begegnet in einem Kornfeld der wunderschönen Roxanne, die ihm sofort in die Arme fällt. Als sie sich verliebt in die Augen blicken, verwandelt sich Max in. Goofy und Max: Goofy, der liebenswürdige Trottel mit dem großen Herz und unerschütterlich guter Laune, läuft gemeinsam mit seinem elfjährigen Sohn Max . Goofy, der liebenswürdige Trottel mit dem großen Herz und unerschütterlich guter Laune, läuft gemeinsam mit seinem elfjährigen Sohn Max durch das Leben.
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He is referred to as Goofy Junior or simply Junior. He later appeared in a few other shorts such as Father's Lion , Father's Day Off in which Goofy refers to his son as "George" at one point , Father's Weekend , and Aquamania In these earlier films, Goofy was also portrayed with a wife, though nameless and with her face always hidden from view.
Disney Guest Services FAQ later stated there is no definitive answer regarding details of his mother, as one has not been revealed "on the screen".
Max is one of the few Disney characters, aside from his best friend PJ and Huey, Dewey, and Louie , child or otherwise, who has actually aged in subsequent appearances.
In House of Mouse , he is still a teenager but one who is old enough to be employed as a parking valet. In Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas , he is a young adult who is returning home for the holidays.
Max, much to his own dismay, takes after his father at times, whether it be mannerisms including Goofy's trademark laugh or occasionally being clumsy although that is a trait he does not display obviously in An Extremely Goofy Movie during the College X-Games competition.
He feels that he is much cooler than Goofy however, and is not as earnest and humble as his old man, as he can be somewhat of a show-off at times when he excels at anything.
While Goofy is still clumsy, he works hard to be a good father towards Max, at one time reprimanding him to take personal responsibility by telling him about his Max's great-uncle, Eliot Goof, an FBI agent with a never-give-up attitude and a parody of Eliot Ness.
Despite everything, Max loves his father, even if he does wish that Goofy would be a little more normal. The Goof Troop series shows some of his relatives — an older cousin named Debbie was featured in the episode "Leader of the Pack".
Goofy, while a "Gooferamus G. Angelo Goof Goofy's artist uncle and a parody of Michelangelo. In "the Old Country" his father's "great-grand uncle"  was the late mad scientist Dr.
Over the course of his life, Max's has been romantically involved with at least two young ladies. In A Goofy Movie , Max tries to impress a popular girl at his school named Roxanne, and ends up with her by the film's end, but by the second movie, Max is apparently single again as he flirts with a number of other girls at the college.
However, in an episode of House of Mouse , he and Roxanne are a couple once more, on a date at the titular House of Mouse. Later, in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas , Max is seen with yet another a girl named Mona, whom he brings home for Christmas to meet his father and attempts to impress her while trying not to be embarrassed by his father's goofiness.
He and P. He wears baggy jeans, white gloves, multicolored sneakers, and a red shirt. A Goofy Movie features Max as a teenage high school student, finishing the school year before going on summer vacation.
In this movie, Max has grown to find his father's goofy antics embarrassing, and is likewise viewed by his peers as a geek and a goof himself; a view he seeks to change at the school assembly when he dresses up like the musician rock star Powerline and interrupts the principal's speech to dance and perform to Powerline's hit song "Stand Out" before the entire student body.
Additionally, Max seeks to gain the attention of his crush, a popular girl named Roxanne, whom Max is convinced only ever '[looks] right through [him]' and believes the laugh he inherited from his father "ah-hyuck" is to her disliking.
Though Max ends up in detention for hijacking the assembly, he succeeds in not only impressing the other students but also winning the affections of Roxanne, who shyly yet delightedly agrees to go with him to a party that is to be held the next Saturday.
However, the principal informs Max's father, Goofy, about Max's bad behavior. Fearful that his son is becoming a delinquent, Goofy decides to take Max on a cross-country fishing trip for some 'father-son bonding', much to Max's chagrin.
Before Goofy and Max hit the road, Max pays a quick visit to Roxanne's house to explain to her why he can no longer go with her to the party, but ends up lying to her that it's because he's instead going to see Powerline live in concert in Los Angeles, and that he and his father will join Powerline on stage for the last song since, as Max claims, Goofy and Powerline are old acquaintance.
The guilt from this lie eats at Max throughout the film, while Goofy tries to bond with his son in ways that end up pushing Max away even further.
When Goofy appoints Max the official navigator of their road trip, things go much more smoothly for the two as Max gets to pick all the stops along the way.
But, unbeknownst to Goofy, Max had secretly changed the driving route on the map to lead them to Los Angeles, and when Goofy finds out, he and Max come to a head as the two finally let out all their held-back emotions at each other before they finally reach an understanding in which Max confesses to his dad how he's felt about Roxanne and the lie he told her before.
By this point, Max and Goofy admit that they are stuck together and wouldn't want to be with anyone else in this situation. The two actually make it to the Powerline concert, even appearing accidentally onstage.
By the end of the film, when the two arrive back home, Max reveals to Roxanne that he lied, admitting that he just wanted her to like him.
Roxanne in turn confesses that she already did like Max, revealing that the goofy laugh Max had been so embarrassed by was the very thing that led to her liking him.
After Goofy's car suddenly explodes, he is sent crashing through the roof of Roxanne's porch, at which point Max introduces Roxanne to his dad.
He hopes to start a new life for himself and partake in the College X-Games competition. Upon his arrival to the campus, he and his friends are met by the five-time X-Games champions, the Gamma Mu Mu fraternity.
However, because the Gammas invited only Max and not P. Meanwhile, Goofy gets fired from his job for an accident caused by his empty nest syndrome and must go back to college to get a degree, as it's the only way for him to get a new job.
He attends the same college as his son, much to Max's dismay as he'd hoped to finally get away from his father's overbearing doting.
Eventually, Max manages to distract his father by introducing him to Ms. Sylvia Marpole, the college's librarian, who takes a romantic interest in Goofy and vice versa while Max sneaks off to practice his skateboarding.
When Goofy gets a date with Sylvia, he rushes off to tell Max only to interfere with Max's practice, resulting in the onlooking Bradley to misinterpret Goofy's clumsy antics on Max's skateboard for skill and offers Goofy membership to the Gammas.
Max encourages his father to join, viewing it as another distraction to keep Goofy further away from his X-Games practices.
When Goofy inadvertently beats Max at the qualifying rounds for the College X-Games thanks in part to some sneaky cheating by Bradley , Max ends up blowing up at his father, revealing his desires to get away from his father and estranges him completely by telling him to "leave him alone and get his own life", sending Goofy into depression.
When Goofy later overhears the Gammas' plan to cheat in the games, Goofy tries to warn his son, who doesn't believe him, as he still wants him out of his life.
But once it becomes clear to Max during the X-Games' final round that the Gammas really have been cheating all along, Max realizes that Goofy was telling the truth and, feeling remorseful for disowning him, manages to ask his dad to fill in for the incapacitated P.
During the final stretch of the triathlon, Bradley activates a rocket hidden in Max's skateboard, causing an explosion that ends up trapping fellow Gamma member Tank underneath some fallen fiery debris.
Max forgoes heading straight to the finish line to first rescue Tank with help from Goofy and ultimately manages to just barely beat Bradley to the finish line.
In the end, both father and son make amends at Goofy's graduation and Max gives his father the X-Games championship trophy as an apology gift for his unkind and selfish disownment while Goofy finally sees that Max no longer needs a guardian as the two part ways, with Goofy now cured of his empty nest syndrome heading to another date with Sylvia, and finally leaving Max to at last live his own life at college.
In the House of Mouse TV series, Max is still a teenager although considerably older than in a Goofy Movie and works as the parking valet for the club, and appears to be most level-headed and calm of all the club's employees.
However, this may be because his duties are not nearly as important as some of the others, and his inclusions are just to help out the rest of the cast.
However, in episodes that revolve around him or Goofy, his insecurities and personal flaws are much more noticeable and intentional.
While all the main Disney cast Mickey , Minnie , Donald and Daisy attempted to keep Goofy away from the two so as to not embarrass Max in front of Roxanne, they ended up embarrassing him themselves until Goofy finally cuts in to give Max and Roxanne some privacy for the night.
Max makes a cameo appearance in Mickey's House of Villains when the villains are entering the House of Mouse.
In the direct-to-video traditionally animated film Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas , in the segment "A Very Goofy Christmas", Max goes bicycling into the mall with his father, Goofy, to catch up to the mail truck in order to mail his letter to Santa.
However, when their neighbor Pete tells Max that there is no such thing as Santa, Goofy goes out of his way to try to prove to Max that Santa does exist.
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