Goofy [Disney Character]

English

Genre: anthropomorphic-funny animals

Created in: 1932

Notes:
Classic Disney starring and supporting character in animation, comics, and other media. Originally called "Dippy Dawg" (or "Dippy Dog"), and drawn with an early animation "rubbery-look", the character evolved into the Goofy we know today aided and abetted by such artists as Floyd Gottfredson, Paul Murry, Bill Wright, Dick Moores, Tony Strobl, Jack Bradbury, Manuel Gonzalez; Romano Scarpa, Giorgio Cavazzano; Andrea ("Casty") Castellan, César Ferioli, and many more who shaped the look of the character for comics over the period of 1933-present.

First comics appearance: Mickey Mouse Syndicated Sunday Newspaper Comics Strip January 08, 1933, by Floyd Gottfredson (as "Dippy Dog").

Keywords
animation 1932; comic strip 1933; Disney character


Feature Logos

Logo Name Year Began Year Ended
Goofy [Paul Murry Logo 1]
Goofy [Western Logo 1]

Feature Relations

feature in other language: Fedtmule (Danish)
feature in other language: Goofy (Dutch)
feature in other language: Goofy (German)
feature in other language: Guffi (Icelandic)
feature in other language: Hessu (Finnish)
feature in other language: Kupi (Estonian)
feature in other language: Langbein [Goofy] (Norwegian)
feature in other language: Pateta (Portuguese)
feature in other language: Pippo (Italian)
feature in other language: Tribilín (Spanish)