Goldie is a pheasant and singer also in Pinky's employment. She initially dislikes Chanticleer for stealing her spotlight but falls in love with him upon becoming more acquainted with him.
Role in Film
Goldie is jealous of Chanticleer's success and is ordered by Pinky to keep him distracted from his loneliness, which the Grand Duke of Owls believes would cause him to want to return to the farm. Goldie joins Chanticleer's act and steals Edmond's letter before he can read it, seducing the rooster in the process. She begins to spend time with Chanticleer, keeping him happy (and oblivious to the other farm animals' attempts to contact him). Edmond, realizing that he'll never get to Chanticleer while he's distracted by her, visits Goldie in her trailer. Goldie thinks Edmond is a "bad kitty" Pinky warned her about and chases him out of her trailer. Edmond and the other animals are captured afterward and Goldie realizes her error, as she has fallen in love with Chanticleer. She reveals to him that his friends have been trying to contact her, souring her relationship with Pinky. After the confrontation with Pinky, Chanticleer and Goldy rescue Edmond and the others, commandeering Pinky's trailer, and later his Helicopter. For the remainder of the film, Goldie spends her time looking after Chanticleer as he was knocked unconscious during the escape. After the Grand Duke's defeat, Goldie leaves show business behind and remains at the farm with Chanticleer, with whom she has had chicks.
- Goldie is the first Don Bluth character to have a bosom, the second and final character is Mrs. Toad from Thumbelina.
- Goldie bears a similarity to Sarabi from The Lion King as they both have the same eye color as their husband. Sarabi and Mufasa both have ruby eyes whilst Goldie and Chanticleer both have blue eyes
- Goldie is the first Don Bluth character to have a high ponytail before Thumbelina