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A Goof Troop Christmas: Have Yourself a Goofy Little Christmas is a special Christmas episode of Goof Troop. It was originally broadcast as part of a one-hour special in syndication, which also included the classic Donald Duck shorts Up a Tree and Toy Tinkers, and also included a behind-the-scenes look at Aladdin.

Synopsis

The special's opening sequence finds Goofy and Max setting up their outdoor Christmas decorations, and Goofy is naturally having a hard time doing so. He ends up getting his head stuck in a giant plastic Santa, trips over some of the reindeer decorations, and winds up catapulting the thing across the sky. Pistol comes outside and, seeing Goofy flying through the air, thinks that Santa Claus has come early. Later, Pete is decorating an ugly-looking artificial tree, explaining to Pistol that the reason they don't have a real Christmas tree is because he does not want to be anything like Goofy, who does have a real Christmas tree. Goofy and Max then show up on Pete's front door, with Goofy offering to donate one of his many light-up snowmen to Pete. Goofy plugs the light-up snowman in, but after he leaves, Pete tries to yank the cord out, which results in both Pete getting electrocuted and his house's power being shorted out.

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Fed up with Goofy's decorations shorting out his electricity and wrecking his house every year, Pete announces to his family that they're spending Christmas in Asprin, Colorado. The next morning, right before Pete's family leave on their vacation, P.J. suggests bringing Max on their vacation with them, since Max is not thrilled about having to help Goofy put up their decorations, but Pete cruelly refuses. Max goes up to his dad and asks if, instead of their usual Christmas traditions, they could do something different this year, like taking a vacation in Asprin. Goofy is not sure he wants to break from their standard traditions, but he decides that if it means that much to Max, then they'll go to Asprin.

That night, Goofy and Max arrive at their cabin in Asprin, unaware that there is a hungry bear in the area. The bear hides in the cabin, disguising himself as a bearskin rug, only to have Goofy sit on him. The bear gets up and starts chasing Goofy around the cabin. In an attempt to grab a rifle, Goofy ends up grabbing a mop instead, but when the bear chews on that, it somehow blows up inside his head, and the bear runs out of the cabin, coughing up smoke. After that, Goofy goes and gets his Christmas decorations out of his car, and then starts setting them up while singing loudly. This awakens Pete, who is resting in another cabin up on the hill nearby, who goes to his window and yells for the singer to shut up. But he ends up slipping out of the window and rolls down the hill until he crash-lands in front of Goofy's cabin. Goofy is surprised to see that he and Pete are neighbors up here like back home, while Max is annoyed that Goofy dragged all his Christmas decorations on their vacation.

The next morning, Pete has caught the chills from his accident last night. Peg goes to answer the door, and Goofy and Max come in. Goofy wants to take Pete's family out for sledding, but Pete declines, so Peg, P.J., and Pistol go without him (but not before Goofy accidentally knocks Pete out with his toboggan). Goofy, Max, Peg, P.J., and Pistol all go sledding down a nearby hill, during which they end up encountering the bear again. The bear chases after them in an attempt to eat them, only to end up involuntarily on the ski slopes. Goofy and the others, on his toboggan, end up going right through the roof of Pete's cabin right when Pete was finishing a jigsaw puzzle.

That night, Goofy brings Pete's family to the front of his cabin, where he has decorated a 100-foot fir tree with 693 strings of Christmas lights. Goofy allows Pete to turn the lights on, but the lights quickly short out, and the tree then catches fire and then falls on Goofy's cabin. The fire spreads to Goofy's car, and Goofy is just able to save Max's Christmas present before the car is reduced to ashes. Pete laughs at Goofy and Max's expense, but Peg invites them to spend Christmas in their cabin, to Pete's dismay.

At Pete's cabin, Goofy gets to work making dinner for everyone. But when he goes outside to get some ingredients out of Pete's car, the bear follows him back inside. When Pete comes in and sees the bear, he and Goofy immediately rush out of the kitchen, taking only the pressure cooker with them, while the angry bear is left to eat the remaining food in the kitchen. While putting the pressure cooker in the fireplace, Goofy decides they should sing Christmas carols, but nobody else wants to. Despite that, Goofy then starts performing "The Reindeer Dance", making a reluctant Max join in. During the song, the pressure cooker eventually explodes and blows up the cabin. Pete furiously screams at Goofy that he has ruined Christmas for everyone, even Max. Goofy sadly goes out "to get some fresh air", after which Pete and his family start opening their presents. Max then opens his present that Goofy saved from their burning car earlier and sees that it is a framed photo of him and Goofy together. This convinces Max to go out into the blizzard outside and find his father, and Pete's family eventually joins him.

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The families and the bear performing "the Reindeer Dance".

Out in the blizzard, the group finds Goofy after falling off a cliff. They dig him out, drag themselves to a nearby cave, and warm up by a makeshift fire. Goofy admits that it's always getting harder to make Christmas special for his son, but Max admits that he still loves his father. Just then, the bear shows up again, as it turns out they are in his cave. Fortunately, Max starts singing and dancing the Reindeer Dance, and everyone, even the bear join in on the song. After the dance, the families and the bear sit around the fire singing "Silent Night", during which Goofy and Max wish each other Merry Christmas and Pete says that next year he and his family should just go to the Bahamas instead.

Songs

  • "Deck the Halls"
  • "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
  • "Reindeer Rumba"
  • "Silent Night"

Trivia

  • Pistol's line "Don't have a cowbell, man," is a parody of Bart Simpson's old catch phrase "Don't have a cow, man." Notably, both characters were voiced by Nancy Cartwright.
  • This special aired as the final episode on the series.
  • The "Reindeer Dance" song can be heard in the background in the episode Winter Blunderland when Goofy is dancing with Bigfoot.

Home video releases

VHS

  • Happy Holidays with Darkwing Duck and Goofy

DVD

  • Have Yourself a Goofy Little Christmas

Cast

Voice actor Character
Bill Farmer Goofy
Dana Hill Max Goof
Jim Cummings Pete
Rob Paulsen P.J.
April Winchell Peg
Nancy Cartwright Pistol
Frank Welker The bear

Gallery

External links


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Media
Goof Troop | House of Mouse | A Goofy Movie | An Extremely Goofy Movie | Video Game | The Making of A Goofy Movie
Disney Parks

Stitch and Friends Summer Surprise

Characters

Main Characters: Goofy (Super Goof) | Max | Pete | Peg | P.J. | Pistol | Chainsaw | Waffles
Secondary Characters: Slick | Debbie | Jean | Doris | Duke | Duke's girlfriend | Dutch Spackle | Uncle Bob | Leech | Ringmaster | Giblet the Clown | Great Garbonzo | Biff Fuddled | Spud and Wally | Ms. Pennypacker | Rose Deckenbloom | Myron the Bulk | Frank Nutty | Mr. Sludge | Igor | Mr. Hammerhead | Mrs. Geef
Film/Sequel Characters: Bobby Zimmeruski | Roxanne | Roxanne's Father | Principal Mazur | Stacey | Lisa and Chad | Possum Park Emcee | Bigfoot | Powerline | Security Guard | Sylvia Marpole | Beret Girl | Bradley Uppercrust III | Tank | Gammas
Animals: Gopher | Humphrey the Bear | Bubbles

Episodes

Season One: "Forever Goof" | "Axed by Addition" | "Unreal Estate" | "You Camp Take It With You" | "Midnight Movie Madness" | "Counterfeit Goof" | "O, R-V, I N-V U" | "Meanwhile, Back at the Ramp" | "Close Encounters of the Weird Mime" | "Slightly Dinghy" | "Cabana Fever" | "When There's Smoke, There's Goof" | "Date with Destiny" | "Hot Air" | "Take Me Out of the Ball Game" | "Wrecks, Lies & Videotape" | "Max-imum Protection" | "Goofin' Hood and his Melancholy Men" | "Leader of the Pack" | "Inspector Goofy" | "Shake, Rattle & Goof" | "Terminal Pete" | "Fool's Gold" | "Cat's Entertainment" | "Waste Makes Haste" | "The Ungoofables" | "All the Goof That's Fit to Print" | "To Heir is Human" | "Hallow-Weenies" | "Tub Be or Not to Be" | "Major Goof" | "A Goof of the People" | "Goof Under My Roof" | "Lehtal Goofin'" | "Frankengoof" | "E=MC Goof" | "Pete's Day at the Races" | "In Goof We Trust" | "And Baby Makes Three" | "The Incredible Bulk" | "Mrs. Spoonerville" | "For Pete's Sake" | "Big City Blues" | "Rally Round the Goof" | "Window Pains" | "Nightmare on Goof Street" | "Where There's a Will, There's a Goof" | "Winter Blunderland" | "Gymnauseum" | "Come Fly with Me" | "As Goof Would Have It" | "Calling All Goofs" | "Buddy Building" | "Dr. Horatio's Magic Orchestra" | "Goofs of a Feather" | "Goof Fellas" | "The Good, the Bad and the Goofy" | "Educating Goofy" | "Peg o' the Jungle" | "Partners in Grime" | "A Pizza the Action" | "To Catch a Goof" | "Gunfight at the Okie-Doke Corral"
Season Two: "Queasy Rider" | "Maximum Insecurity" | "Puppy Love" | "Great Egg-Spectations" | "Three Ring Bind" | "Pistolgeist" | "Bringin' on the Rain" | "Talent to the Max" | "Tee for Two" | "Goofin' Up the Social Ladder" | "Sherlock Goof" | "From Air to Eternity" | "Clan of the Cave Goof"

Songs

Goof Troop: Goof Troop Theme Song | Reindeer Rumba | Gotta Be Gettin' Goofy
A Goofy Movie: After Today | Stand Out | On the Open Road | Lester's Possum Park | Nobody Else But You | Eye to Eye
Deleted: Made in the Shade | Born to be Bad

Locations

Spoonerville | Lester's Possum Park

See Also

The Disney Afternoon | ESPN | ESPN 2

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