The Troop follows Jake, a typical teenager struggling through adolescence who dreams of creating his own comic book. His school counselor recruits him into "The Troop", a secret society that protects the world from the monsters that walk among us. Teaming with the smart, athletic and popular Hayley and annoying paranormal expert Felix, Jake discovers a whole new existence.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Troop - An Extremely Goofy Movie - Netflix
An Extremely Goofy Movie is a 2000 American direct-to-video animated coming-of-age comedy film made by Walt Disney Home Video, produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, and directed by Douglas McCarthy. It is the sequel to the 1995 film A Goofy Movie, which was based on the animated television series Goof Troop. The story follows Max's freshman year at college, which is compounded by his father's presence when Goofy arrives at the same college to get a degree because of his failure to complete college.
The Troop - Cast - Netflix
Jason Marsden as Max, the college-bound main protagonist. His attempts to distance himself from Goofy and winds up making things worse for him. By finally accepting Goofy as a major part of his life, he was able to find the independence he long sought. Bob Baxter and Steven Trenbirth served as the supervising animators for Max. Bill Farmer as Goofy. Goofy inconveniences the lives of those around him by comical accident, but always has the best intentions at heart. He spends most of the movie coming to terms with not being needed as a guardian for Max anymore. Andrew Collins served as the supervising animator for Goofy. Jeff Bennett as Bradley Uppercrust III, the head of the Gamma Mu Mu gang. He is extremely arrogant and proud of his position as head of the fraternity and will do everything he can to keep it that way. Kevin Peaty served as the supervising animator for Bradley. Bennett also voices the Unemployment Lady, Chuck the Sportscaster, the Referee and one of the Gammas (but was never credited for the latter role).
Vicki Lewis as the Beret Girl, a charismatic and suave stage performer in the college café called the “Bean Scene”. She becomes P.J.'s love interest when the latter shows innate talent in poetry, and supports Max's group in general as they take on the Gammas. Kevin Peaty served as the supervising animator for the Beret Girl. Bebe Neuwirth as Sylvia Marpole, the college librarian who immediately becomes Goofy's love interest. She shows an intense passion for the American 70s culture. Andrew Collins served as the supervising animator for Sylvia. Rob Paulsen as P.J.. Max's best friend since childhood. Unlike Max, P.J. is somewhat woeful about how he never earned his dad's genuine respect, but finds confidence after meeting with Beret Girl. Bob Baxter and Steven Trenbirth served as the supervising animators for P.J.. Pauly Shore as Robert “Bobby” Zimuruski. Max's other best friend. Bobby mostly serves as comedic relief in this movie. Bob Baxter and Steven Trenbirth served as the supervising animators for Bobby. Brad Garrett as Tank, the second-in-command (later replacing leader) of Uppercrust's Gamma frat gang. Tank is big in stature, towering over the other characters, and acts as a typical muscle man for the Gammas. Additional voices include Paddi Edwards as a receptionist and Kath Soucie, Jenna von Oÿ and Cree Summer as college students.
Jim Cummings as Pete, P.J.'s father. Unlike Goofy, Pete is looking forward to rid himself of P.J. According to P.J., Pete intends to turn the latter's room into a bowling alley once he leaves for college. Cummings also voices the Toy Factory Boss, the College Professor, a Professor touring the college, and one of the Gammas (but was never credited for that role).