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Background information
Feature films A Goofy Movie
Short films
Television programs House of Mouse
Video games
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Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Kellie Martin
Grey DeLisle
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality Kind, friendly, understanding, forgiving, cute, shy, innocent, likable, sweet, beautiful, caring
Appearance Slender tan dog, teenaged, ginger hair, brown nose, mole under her left eye, teal T-shirt, blue jeaned shorts, white ballet shoes. Looks more human than the other characters
Occupation College student
Alignment Good
Goal To be close to Max
Home Spoonerville
Relatives Her father
Allies Max, Stacey, Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Daisy, P.J., Bobby Zimmeruski, her father
Enemies Principal Mazur, her father (at times), Pete
Likes Max, Max's dance, Powerline concerts, dancing
Dislikes Her daddy's attitude towards Max, dropped dates
Powers and abilities
Weapons Pitchfork (temporarily)
Fate Gets introduced to Goofy by Max, and begins a relationship with Max
Quote "I already liked you, Max. From the very first time I heard you laugh."

Roxanne is a dog character and the tritagonist of the Disney 1995 film A Goofy Movie, where she served as the love interest to Max Goof. She was voiced by Kellie Martin and Grey DeLisle.


Roxanne is a student from Max's high school. She is apparently very beautiful, very popular, and is best friends with Stacey, the student body president. The film shows that Max has had a crush on her for some time, though he believes she does not and never notices him due to him being incredibly unpopular. She lives with her father, who is somewhat overprotective of her. She appears to be extremely kind and friendly, as well as extremely forgiving, which is shown at the end when she forgives Max for his lie to her very quickly.


A Goofy Movie

Roxanne Making a Date with Max

Roxanne makes a date with Max.

Roxanne first appears in Max's dream at the beginning of the film. She calls to Max, and he finds her sitting atop a column. The two spend time together, but Roxanne is frightened off when Max unexpectedly transforms into goofy, in a manner similar to Werewolf movies.

She is later seen in the audience at a school assembly. Like the other students, she grows bored while listening to Principal Mazur's speech. Another boy named Chad takes the opportunity to ask her to Stacey's 'end of school' party, but she presumably refuses him. Suddenly, Mazur disappears, and "Powerline", a famous rock star, appears on stage. However, he is soon revealed to be Max in costume. Unknown to her, Max had staged the concert in an attempt to impress her.

Roxanne later sees Max sitting outside the principal's office. She talks to Max, and she agrees to go to the party with him. Later that afternoon, Max comes to Roxanne's house, to cancel their date. Apparently his earlier antics caused Goofy to fear the worst, and so take Max on an impromptu father-son trip. When Roxanne mentions that she can find another date, Max impulsively lies to her. He tells Roxanne that he and Goofy are going to see Powerline in concert, and that Goofy and Powerline knew each other. He also tells her that they will be on stage with Powerline during the final number. Roxanne is suitably impressed, and excitedly tells Max that she will see him on TV.

Near the end of the film, Roxanne is seen at Stacey's party, but is unhappy as, so far, Max has not appeared. Stacey reassures her, and indeed Max and Goofy soon appear on stage. Later, she is seen copying Max's dance, and getting sprayed with Cheddar Whiz by Bobby.

Roxanne's first kiss

Max kisses Roxanne at the end of the movie.

Later, Max goes back to Roxanne's house to tell her the truth. Roxanne is somewhat confused at first. When Max explains that his actions were meant to get Roxanne to like him, Roxanne reveals that she already had, since she heard his unique laugh. She forgives him, and offers to go out on a date that night. Max cannot, as he has plans with Goofy. Instead, he offers to go tomorrow, and Roxanne accepts. She offers to shake hands to make it a deal, but Max instead kisses her, causing them both to laugh. They then notice Goofy, who is working on his car. The car explodes, causing Goofy to fall right through Roxanne's roof. Max then takes the opportunity to introduce Roxanne to Goofy.

Roxanne does not appear in the sequel An Extremely Goofy Movie. It is not known what happened to her but it is assumed that either she and Max have split up (though still could still be good friends) or are attending different colleges and are in a long-distance relationship. However, it is most likely the former, as in the film, Max gives a girl at a clothes shop a flirtatious look, and later attempts to give a girl student a seat next to him, but Goofy ends up taking the seat and the girl sits next to Bradley instead when he offers a seat for her.

Disney Adventures comics

Roxanne in comics

Roxanne in Disney Adventures.

After the release of A Goofy Movie, Roxanne appeared in two Goof Troop comic stories published in Disney Adventures. In the first story, "My Hero" (printed in the October 1995 issue), Max wants to be Roxanne's hero and, assisted by P.J. and Bobby, tries to set up perilous situations to save her from, but Max instead ends up saving Stacey and Bobby in his attempts to do so. Then, when Max tries to save Roxanne from a fake python, he gets frightened by a real python, but Roxanne saves him from it.

Roxanne's other appearance in the Disney Adventures comics was in what was notably the magazine's final Goof Troop comic, "Gorilla in Our Mist" (in the April 1997 issue). In the story, a gorilla named Mr. Kong moves next door to Goofy and Max. Max and P.J. think that Mr. Kong is a monster, and his constant snoring prevents Max from getting any rest. When Max shows up late for his movie date with Roxanne and explains his problem to her, Roxanne goes over to Mr. Kong's house and tells him that he needs to stop making the loud snoring noises. Upon hearing Roxanne telling him this, Mr. Kong politely apologizes for the inconvenience, thus revealing to Max that he's actually a nice guy.

House of Mouse

Max's date

Roxanne appears in the episode "Max's Embarrassing Date", taking place around a year after An Extremely Goofy Movie. On Max's night off from work, he takes Roxanne on a date to the House of Mouse. The actions of Mickey and his friends serve to embarrass them both, until Goofy intervenes to let the couple have some privacy. At the end of their date, Roxanne says that despite all of the commotion and embarrassments, she had the time of her life, and could not wait to come back again.


  • In A Goofy Movie, Roxanne has four fingers like normal, but in House of Mouse, she has five.
  • When Roxanne gets excited or nervous, she plays with her hair, even when Max impersonates Powerline, and when Max comes to her house for the first time.
  • Although Roxanne's father looks like a bulldog, she does not resemble him in anyway, therefore she might resemble her mother.
  • Some fans wonder if she will make another appearance in any future shows.
  • If Roxanne and Max did break up before An Extremely Goofy Movie, then they would be the second Disney animated couple to split, with the first being Pocahontas and John Smith. However, they are seen to be dating in House Of Mouse, which apparently takes place after An Extremely Goofy Movie.
  • Roxanne is very similar in appearance to Ariel, as both have similarly styled red hair and are extremely beautiful, as well as the fact both (at least Roxanne if people do not count Ursula turning Ariel into a human) are not humans.
  • Both of Roxanne's voice actresses (Kellie Martin and Grey DeLisle) share another role together: Blake Daphne Blake in the Scooby-Doo franchise. Martin voiced Daphne (as a pre-teen) in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo , while DeLisle has served as the primary voice for the character since 2000. Coinicdentally, both Daphne and Roxanne have red hair.


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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 | Mr. Sludge | Igor | Mr. Hammerhead | Mrs. Geef

Film/Sequel Characters: Robert Zimmeruski | Roxanne | Roxanne's father | Principal Mazur | Stacey | Lisa | Chad | Possum Park Emcee | Bigfoot | Sylvia Marpole | Beret Girl | Bradley Uppercrust III | Tank

Animals: Gopher | Humphrey the Bear | Bubbles


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 Tub Be" | "Major Goof" | "A Goof of the People" | "Goof Under My Roof" | "Lethal 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"

Goof Troop Theme Song | After Today | Stand Out | On the Open Road | Lester's Possum Park | Nobody Else But You | Eye to Eye | Reindeer Rumba | Gotta Be Gettin' Goofy
Spoonerville | Lester's
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