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Images of Spoonerville from Goof Troop.
The view at sunset, where Pete is riding a boat with rafters from the end of Calling All Goofs
The view from the roof of Goofy's House from the episode, Major Goof
At the aerial view where Pete pushes Goofy to get in to see the inspector.
Exterior at night with an architectural Art Deco red and blue marquee with lights (named Alex) and ticket stand, attached to a barber shop and drug store from Midnight Movie Madness
The interior lobby with a circular bar, cash register, signs, and food machines plus the first cameo of Butch.
The other view of the interior lobby with a Mutilator statue and the entrance to the movie, The Mutilator on Main Street: Part 7
, where Max
gets to see it.
Behemuth Burger Restaurant
Spoonerville County Militia, Army and Surplus Depot
The abandoned main building of the depot.
The entry gate near the forest.
Another entry gate with a water tower and a tank covered with white canvas.
The Aerial View at Sunset
The roundabout along with Honest Pete's Used Cars in an aerial view from the Main Street in the episode, Major Goof
The view from the mountains in the episode, Hot Air
The roundabout at night where Pete is laughing crazy and then starts screaming at the end of In Goof We Trust
The welcome sign with four houses where Goofy drives his car faster from the first part of Forever Goof
The city map with 27 red pins looking like an arrow pointing is direction in an alley where Doug Twinkmeyer has made from the episode, Lethal Goofin'
The aerial view from the sky where Pete gets electrified by the pole's wiring from the episode, Wrecks, Lies & Videotape