Post by seymour747millplane on Nov 11, 2018 11:51:23 GMT
These images in the 1953 George Geef Goofy cartoon, How To Dance shows both humans (male and female), and dogfaces (usually male and usually of the “Goof” or “Geef” type).
The (ancient) Egyptians, the Plains Native Americans, the male dancers, and George Geef himself are Goofs or dogfaces, whereas the Hawaiians, cavemen, female dancers, Firehouse Five Plus Two (Disney intrastudio expy of the Firehouse Five) and the dancer George takes out are humans.
Post by seymour747millplane on Dec 24, 2018 14:35:20 GMT
Do do you think that the trumpeters are humans?
If so, then The Prince and The Pauper can be considered one for the Disney works in which there are both humans and dogfaces in it, although there are more pigfaces/pignoses and various different other animals, including the anthropomorphic domestic dog (not dogface, dog).
That dogface in blue in the midground in the same scene that Goofy walks in in the background looks like his son Max.