The Chump Champ
The Chump Champ
Directed By: Tex Avery
Produced By: Fred Quimby
Released: November 4, 1950
Series: Droopy
Story: Rich Hogan
Animation: Grant Simmons
Walter Clinton
Michael Lah
Layouts: Ed Benedict (uncredited)
Backgrounds: John Didrik Johnsen (uncredited)
Film Editor: Jim Faris (uncredited)
Voiced By: Don Messick
Billy Bletcher
Daws Butler
Music: Scott Bradley
Starring: Droopy
Preceded By: The Framed Cat
Succeeded By: Cue Ball Cat
The Chump Champ (1950)

The Chump Champ (1950)

The Chump Champ is a 1950 Droopy cartoon directed by Tex Avery.


Droopy and Gorgeous Gorillawitz (Butch) are competing in the olympics to be the King of Sports. Adding to the prize is a kiss from the Queen of Sports. Gorillawitz imagines a pretty girl dog being his queen and decides to win at all costs even though the announcer says that may the best man win fair and square.

Gorillawitz tries every trick to stop Droopy from winning, but it all backfires. Finally during the final event he tricks Droopy into signing a document saying that he cheated in every event. He shows it to the announcer who disqualifies Droopy and makes Gorrilawitz the new King of Sports.

Gorillawitz is crowned and the curtain raises to reveal the Queen of Sports. Unfortunately the Queen isn't who Gorillawitz expected as the girl dog is extremely ugly and wants a kiss from the horrified bulldog.

Gorillawitz runs away dropping his crown as he goes with the Queen in hot pursuit. Droopy who has watched the whole thing breaks the fourth wall by saying: "You know what? Cheaters never win." He picks up the crown and puts it on his head which is too big and falls from his head down to his feet.