Maggot Brain - 2015-02-18 And they used to say England was the land with out music.
Jet Bin Fever - 2015-02-18 Who said that? Whoever said that is a big stupid idiot who knows nothing about anything.
Maggot Brain - 2015-02-18 To be honest I thought it had something to do with England being a late adopter of opera in the 1700's but now I'm reading it has more to do with a rejection of Continental music in the late 1800's.
So to answer your question Jet Bin, no, I do not know who said "England is the land without music."
HarrietTubmanPI - 2015-02-19 And this is an example of all Russian music? A theme song written in America and sung by Russians? Garsh.
Maggot Brain - 2015-02-19 To be honest I was hoping for a horrible Russian music week.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-02-18 I just found out that the lady who played Maxx (in the English version) is dead.
Kid Fenris - 2015-02-18 All I remember about this show is that it never mentioned Max's mother, as though Goofy had reproduced via mitosis. And it implied that Pete's wife had left him and taken their daughter with her somewhere between the TV series and A Goofy Movie (which is really not bad at all).
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-02-18 Fun fact: The woman who played Pete's wife was April Winchell, a comedian in the Groundlings who went on to create the website Regretsy.
Somehow it really saddens me that the little kid voice for Max is dead.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-02-18 I just really like the idea of Goofy being a Kommander and picture the Russian version as describing him as a lovable but loyal army man who teaches his son valuable lessons about the dangers of capitalism via their fat neighbor.
Bort - 2015-02-18 "Goof Troop" wasn't even created until after the fall of the Soviet Union, so I wonder if instead the Russian kids turned on their TVs with sky-high expectations of Western animation and got this crap.
Kind of like how (and this is a true fact) the first American TV show broadcast on Chinese television was "The Man from Atlantis".