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    An interview about the new Goofy short.

    http://animated-views.com/2007/deja-...n-of-the-goof/

    Animated-Views has an exclusive interview with animators Andreas Deja and Mark Henn about the new Goofy short, " How To Hook Up Your Home Theather". It look like a great new short.

    Upgrade: This short is being made for theathers not TV. Supposely it will appear in front of a live-action disney movie in the fall.
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    Re: An interview about the new Goofy short.

    As long as it is like the classic Disney shorts during Walt's time, I'll be happy . But if it's like the shorts they made as of late, I won't be all that impressed.

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    Re: An interview about the new Goofy short.

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    As long as it is like the classic Disney shorts during Walt's time, I'll be happy . But if it's like the shorts they made as of late, I won't be all that impressed.
    You didn't like "Runaway Brain" or "Trail Mix-Up"?

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    Re: An interview about the new Goofy short.

    My bad, I misinterpreted the article because when I think of shorts, I just remember watching them on TV . I forgot that they were originally aired in theatre's. Scratch what I said because I was refering to the Television animated shorts that appeared directly on "House of Mouse" and what not.
    I only saw Runaway Brain. I do admit I liked how fluid the animation was in that and how theatrical it was.

    Is "Trail Mix-UP" the Roger Rabbit/Baby Herman short?

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    Re: An interview about the new Goofy short.

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    My bad, I misinterpreted the article because when I think of shorts, I just remember watching them on TV . I forgot that they were originally aired in theatre's. Scratch what I said because I was refering to the Television animated shorts that appeared directly on "House of Mouse" and what not.
    I only saw Runaway Brain. I do admit I liked how fluid the animation was in that and how theatrical it was.

    Is "Trail Mix-UP" the Roger Rabbit/Baby Herman short?
    Yup.

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    Re: An interview about the new Goofy short.

    If it's as good as the other Goofy "How to" shorts, this should be a riot!

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    Re: An interview about the new Goofy short.

    Quote Originally Posted by aimster View Post
    If it's as good as the other Goofy "How to" shorts, this should be a riot!
    With John behind this project, you bet on it. Here hoping that he resurrects "Hare in My Soup" for a new short.

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