Goofy Movie, A (film) Goofy takes his son Max on a fishing trip in an effort to bridge the generation gap and spend some quality time bonding with his son, even though Max would rather be spending time with his girlfriend, Roxanne. Rather than explaining to Roxanne the real reason for his trip, Max uses a little deception, which results in all sorts of complications. Goofy and Max head for Lake Destiny, and along the way have an encounter with Bigfoot and visit the delapidated Lester’s Possum Park. Released on April 7, 1995. Directed by Kevin Lima. 77 min. Voices include Bill Farmer (Goofy), Jason Marsden (Max), Aaron Lohr (Max singing), Kellie Martin (Roxanne), Jenna Von Oy (Stacey), Jim Cummings (Pete), Rob Paulsen (P.J.), Wallace Shawn (Principal Mazur), Joey Lawrence (Chad), Julie Brown (Lisa), Frank Welker (Bigfoot). The film was animated primarily at a new Disney studio in France, after character design, art direction, and storyboarding had been completed in Burbank. Released on video in 1995.