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Director  Wolfgang Reitherman
Initial release  December 20, 1961 (USA)
Music director  Buddy Baker
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Language  English
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Family, Comedy, Animation
Film series  Goofy Film Series
Country  United States
Aquamania movie poster
Cast  Pinto Colvig (Goofy), Kevin Corcoran (Goofy, Jr.), John Dehner (Narrator)
Writer  Vance Gerry (story), Ralph Wright (story)
Similar movies  Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers, Hawaiian Holiday, On Ice, Boat Builders, Mickey's Amateurs, Mickey's Polo Team

For the mode in the computer game, see PacMania III

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Aquamania is a 1961 American animated Goofy cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by Buena Vista Distribution on February 20, 1961.

Aquamania movie scenes

This cartoon was the last from Disney's "Golden Era" which featured Goofy as a solo star, and the first time the xerography animation-technique was used in a Goofy cartoon. Aquamania basically combined Goofy's three familiar areas in his career: sports, fatherhood, and documentary-subject.

Aquamania movie scenes

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Plot

The story begins with a narrator explaining a case study of "aquamania" (obsession with boats and boating), with Goofy (called "Mr. X" in this short) as the subject. Then the story switches to Goofy and his son on a boating trip, inadvertently entering a water skiing race. In the process, Goofy meets up with an unfortunate octopus that joins him in the race, and they accidentally take an unwanted spin on a roller coaster at a waterside amusement park. Goofy wins the race.

Voice cast

  • Pinto Colvig as Goofy (Mr. X)
  • Kevin Corcoran as Goofy Jr.
  • John Dehner as Narrator
  • References

    Aquamania Wikipedia
    Aquamania IMDb Aquamania themoviedb.org


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