Poster

Home Made Home

A Goofy Cartoon

Release Date : March 23, 1951

Running Time : 6:33

Synopsis

Goofy builds his dream home; a job that was probably better left to the professionals.

Characters

Goofy

Credits

Director
Jack Kinney
Animation
Edwin Aardal
John Sibley
Charles Nichols
Backgrounds
Dick Anthony
Effects Animation
Dan MacManus
Layout
Al Zinnen
Story
Jack Hannah
Dick Kinney
Music
Joseph S. Dubin

Video

United States
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : The World According to Goofy
France
Goofy Fait le Fou
Italy
Video Parade 10
Il Mondo Di Pippo
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : Pippo Pasticci e Simpatia

Laserdiscs

United States
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : The World According to Goofy
Japan
It's a Goofy World

DVD

United States
Disney Treasures : Wave 2 : The Complete Goofy
Germany
Disney Treasures : Wave 2 : The Complete Goofy
Sweden
Disney Treasures : Wave 2 : The Complete Goofy
United Kingdom
Disney Treasures : Wave 2 : The Complete Goofy

Television

The Ink and Paint Club: Episode 25: Goofy Goofs Around

Technical Specification

Color Type: Technicolor
Animation Type: Standard animation
Sound Mix: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Negative Format: 35mm
Print Format: 35mm
Cinematographic Process: Spherical
Original Language: English

Comments

From Nikki : Definitely one of the best. In this short Goofy becomes a little wiser in the don't do business yet still proves unsuccessful. When he is cutting a piece of wood at a high level he realized that he is on the wrong side of the piece of wood. So he changes sides and finishes cutting the wood but then still manages to fall. The best gags would have to be the window glass, the plans, and the spray can that has a life of its own. Very well done.
From Ryan : Here we have Goofy building his own home (or at least he's trying to). I find several scenes humorous such as when Goofy is placing the window pane on the window, but it slides over. At the end, however, his neighbors come and literally bring the house down.
From Baruch Weiss : I loved the jazzy type of music that plays during the title presentation. I also loved the ending where several people come over and literary bring down the house!