Droopy and Spike compete in a series of athletics contests, and no prizes for guessing who starts cheating...

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Droopy and Spike find themselves competing in a series of athletic events. As always, Droopy plays fair and square, while Spike tries to cheat every chance he gets. And as always, every scheme Spike sets out ends up blowing up in his face, while Droopy, blissfully unaware of it all, marches on to victory in every event. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Not among the very best Droopy cartoons, but it IS from Tex Avery!
10 July 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Even a disappointing MGM cartoon from Tex Avery is still a very good one. And, compared to many other Droopy cartoons, this isn't particularly great. But, as I said, it's STILL pretty good and well worth your time.

The cartoon consists of Spike and Droopy participating in a variety of sporting events to determine who will become the King of Sports. Naturally, Spike acts like he usually does in these cartoons--he cheats constantly and ends up hurting himself each and every time. In many ways, it plays a lot like a Wiley Coyote and Roadrunner cartoon. And, begin an Avery cartoon, there are tons of insane sight gags as well as a goof-ball ending that will make you chuckle. Cute and worth your time.


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