Droopy Dog
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Droopy Dog

Comparison of the voice actors who have been the voice of Droopy Dog with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Tom & Jerry

Droopy is an animated character from the Golden Age of American Animation: an anthropomorphic dog with a droopy face, hence the name Droopy. He was created in 1943 by Tex Avery for theatrical cartoon shorts produced by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio. A lethargic, perpetually non-threatening dog going against the most wildest and energetic antagonists in his cartoon and single-handedly beating whoever underestimates him, it is quite possible that he is the most overpowered cartoon character in history.

Created by Bry on Aug 10 2019


Hello, all you happy people.

I think most of them are great, but Don Messick is the one who has the most polished performance to me.

Joe and Jeff Bergman are nigh identical to Don and Bill's take, with Jeff being a bit higher to me since Joe's singing as Droopy kinda lands him below Jeff. Sorry, dude. Bill Thompson is the original and set the soil for others to expand on, sounding apathetic enough for comedy back in the day. 

Tex Avery and Maurice are spot-on, as well.

Corey Burton is alright, but the lack of material hurts him. Jeff Bennett also.

Richard Williams is fine, but the voice sounds more on the creepy side.

Don Brown sounds more of an alien than Droopy, Michael Donovan is more of a stronger Droopy.

Billy West is just doing his Ren, and Daren Tillinger isn't anything special.

Lou Scheimer is probably the weakest, with material that makes him sound like an energetic joker, and sounding waaaay too old for his design.



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Who do you think has been the best from these Droopy Dog voice actors?
Bill Thompson
Tex Avery
Lou Scheimer
Richard Williams
Corey Burton
Don Messick
Daren Tillinger
Maurice LaMarche
Jeff Bennett
Don Brown
Michael Donovan
Jeff Bergman
Joe Alaskey
Billy West
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