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Goof Troop

Goof Troop is an animated television series created by the Walt Disney Company, a suburban-family sitcom in which the central families happen to be those of Goofy and Black Pete.

In the series, Goofy is a widower with a teenaged son called Max. Pete, his next door neighbour, has a wife, Peg, and two children, PJ (Pete Junior) and Pistol. Max and PJ are best friends.

The series aired on network television from 1992 to 1994, and has been repeated on Toon Disney.

The primary voices provided on Goof Troop were by: Bill Farmer (Goofy), Dana Hill (Max), Rob Paulsen (P.J.), Jim Cummings (Pete), April Winchell (Peg). Nancy Cartwright (Pistol) and Frank Welker (Waffles The Cat & Chainsaw The Dog).

Goof Troop inspired the feature films A Goofy Movie (1995) and An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000).

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