Max Goof is the son of the iconic Disney character Goofy. Even though he is quite rebellious at times, and often embarrassed by his father's clumsiness, he loves his dad very much.
Max made his debut in the 1960's under the name Junior. He appeared first, as Max, in the 1992 television series Goof Troop. He also stared in the spin-off movie A Goofy Movie (1995) and its direct-to-video sequel An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000); the direct-to-video Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (1999) and its sequel Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (2004); and the 2001 TV series House of Mouse (as a parking valet).
Max is one of the few Disney characters, aside from his best friend P.J. and Huey Dewey and Louie child or otherwise, who has actually aged in subsequent appearances. He was depicted as an 11-year-old in Goof Troop, then a teenager in high school in A Goofy Movie, then in An Extremely Goofy Movie he turns 18 years old. In House of Mouse, he is old enough to be employed as a valet.
Max's main goal in generally to fit in or be considered cool. He can be quite head strong and rebellious at times. He is often embarrassed by his father's clumsiness, and seems to have a fear that he will inherit that lack of coordination. However he loves his father, Goofy very much and cares deeply for him.
- A Goofy Movie
- An Extremely Goofy Movie
- Mickey's House of Villains
- Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas
- Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas
Main Article: Max's Relationships
Main Article: Max Goof/Quotes
- Max was originally named Goofy Jr.
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