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Great (?) Job Internet: A shot-by-shot live-action version of the opening to A Goofy Movie

You may not remember A Goofy Movie, a 1995 Disney release from one of the studio's less-prestigious wings. But you know who does? Ted Sowards. Who's Ted Sowards? He's an enterprising Arizona filmmaker who decided, for reasons we can't fathom, to recreate A Goofy Movie's opening musical number in the real world using, as the clip's opening reveals, "$100, a borrowed camera, 90+ friends and family [and] Final Cut Studio." The results are impressive. The mystery behind its reason for existing and why so many labored so long for so little will linger... forever. (Hat tip to the fine folks at Topless Robot.)