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Posted: Oct. 02, 2003 7:55 am/pm Quote

Anybody here rediscover an old Disney cartoon you forgot all about until now and have your memory refreshed to it all over again? If you have go ahead and post it here :coolgrin:

Here's one I just rediscovered myself. It's from an old Goofy cartoon called "Father's Day Off", not to be confused with "Father's Week End". I saw it for the first time in twenty years when I went out and rented "The Complete Goofy".

In it Goofy is left in charge of the house while the mrs. goes out for a while. Along with the usual incompetence from Goofy you can expect, they have this one particular gag I've forgotten all about until now that becomes a running gag. Within the first few seconds of Goofy's being left left alone the doorbell rings and you hear the milkman's voice say "Milkman!" or something like that. So Goofy strolls over to the door to get the milk. Now the milkman thinks that its the housewife who's going to answer the door so doesn't open his eyes to notice what's going on, so the moment Goofy opens the door, while putting the milk bottles in Goofy's hands the milkman automatically leans in and kisses Goofy full on the mouth before closing the door and leaving!

We then see a close up of Goofy just standing there looking totally floored in shock. Then after a moment he looks cheerfully at the camera and remarks "gawrsh, friendly cuss."

We'll then see Goofy getting the same thing and being automatically kissed by all the other guys delivering stuff to the house as well throughout the cartoon. I just laughed and thought wow, the script suggests there were a ton of totally paranoid husbands working at Disney that day LOL
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