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Pistol Pete (simply known as Pistol) is the talkative, hyperactive, precocious, and mischievous daughter of Pete and Peg, the younger sister of P.J. and one of the two tritagonists in the 1992-1993 Disney television series Goof Troop. She, along with her parents, brother and their dog Chainsaw live in Spoonerville next door to her parents's high school friend Goofy Goof and his son Max. At the start of the series, she is 4 and after "Three Ring Bind", she turns 6.

For unknown reasons, Pistol along with Peg and Chainsaw are absent from the series's 1995 follow-up film, A Goofy Movie, and its 2000 sequel, An Extremely Goofy Movie. However, one theory says that sometime after Goof Troop and before A Goofy Movie, Peg divorced Pete and left taking Pistol (and possibly Chainsaw) with her.

She was voiced by Nancy Cartwright who also voices Chuckie Finster, Rufus & Bart Simpson.



Pistol has peach-colored fur with red waist-length hair tied up into two pigtails with yellow ribbons. She wears a white long-sleeved blouse with pink cuffs, collar and sash, a yellow knee-length skirt, frilly red or white underwear, pink ankle-high socks and white Velcro shoes with pink soles and trim.


She inherits her mischievious nature from her own father. From time to time, she would pick on her big brother (much to his exasperation and aggravation; as his parents blame him for being hard on Pistol, not knowing that Junior is actually her victim) and Max, such as in a snowball fight, where she had the advantage. She is also very manipulative with her whining and crying to get what she wants. She also lied to Max about keeping a secret.


She was born to Pete and Peg and became P.J.'s little sister. She went to kindergarden while P.J. was a preteen. She would always try to get him to play with her.

4 and 1/2 years old

5 years old

6 years old





  • Pistol got her name because one of Pete's nicknames/alias was Pistol Pete.


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