Clumsy, unintelligent, infantile, and truly stupid are just a few of the words that goofy can describe. But despite all this, he is extremely kind and caring. Mickey and Donald sometimes find him annoying, but they still care about him and consider him a close friend.
Most often, his outfit depends on the cartoon. But his classic clothes: an orange sweater, blue pants, a black tank top, large brown boots and a green hat. The main thing in his appearance is two protruding teeth. On hands – “branded” white gloves.
Goofy had a characteristic low voice, originally provided by voice actor Pinto Colwig. Colwig first voiced the character Continue reading
The Gavs Brothers (in some cases, the Beagles Brothers; the English The Beagle Boys) are one of the main villains of the Scrooge McDuck cartoons.
The Havs brothers were invented by illustrator Karl Barks, who is best known as the “father” of Scrooge McDuck. They first appeared in issue No. 134 of Walt Disney Comics and History in November 1951. Then they were bred as secondary characters and did not have pronounced characters and differences from each other. In March 1952, in the comic strip Only a Poor Old Man, the brothers were first bred as one of the main characters in the story. In the future, they periodically appeared in comics in the role of enemies of Scrooge McDuck, dreaming of taking all his wealth into their own hands. The Gavs brothers from the villains of the Ducks stories most often appeared (not counting the mother, who herself appears Continue reading
Mickey Mouse (Mickey Mouse) is a cartoon anthropomorphic mouse created by Walt Disney and Ab Iverks in 1928. Perhaps this is now the most popular hero. Mickey is the mascot of The Walt Disney Company.
“Mickey is a little in your face. Mickey is: “Hey! I’m smart, I can do everything, I’m in trouble, but I can get out of them … You know, I’m a rebel. I live by my own rules. – He’s a teenager’s dream, that’s who he is. Riot and make it work, it’s Mickey ”
― Writer Ron Saskind during American Experience: Walt Disney Special Edition on PBS
Mickey’s most famous traits are his sanity and charisma. In contrast, Mickey is also quite mischievous; a patchwork, freedom-loving rebel with a head full of curiosity, optimism and slight arrogance, Mickey has a habit of finding himself in a wide range of troubles caused to himself — sometimes a funny set of Mickey’s plane, “sometimes a very consistent Epic Mickey,” however, he also quickly thinks and cunning and thus able to save himself from various dangers, ending at the top in the end. Due to its small size and limited resources, Mickey often relies on his wit to overcome adversity. His cunning is also well used when he is looking for ways to make Continue reading