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For the mode in the computer game, see PacMania III
|Directed by||Wolfgang Reitherman|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Narrated by||John Dehner|
|Voices by||Pinto Colvig
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Distribution|
|Running time||8 minutes|
This cartoon was the last from Disney's "Golden Era" which featured Goofy as a solo star, and the first time the xerography animation-technique was used in a Goofy cartoon. Aquamania basically combined Goofy's three familiar areas in his career: sports, fatherhood, and documentary-subject.
The story begins with a narrator explaining a case study of "aquamania" (obsession with boats and boating), with Goofy (called "Mr. X" in this short) as the subject. Then the story switches to Goofy and his son on a boating trip, inadvertently entering a water skiing race. In the process, Goofy meets up with an unfortunate octopus that joins him in the race, and they accidentally take an unwanted spin on a roller coaster at a waterside amusement park. Goofy wins the race.
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