Chapman is a friendly, curious, elephant that end up in a museum because of his sleepwalking that made him climb up of walls. Unlike other elephants, Chapman is not afraid of mice, in fact, he becomes a friend and ally of Jerry, which Jerry helps him to get back to the zoo.
Tom and Jerry in New York
- To Your Health (cameo)
- He is similar to Jumbo from Jerry and Jumbo who also isn't afraid of mice and becomes Jerry's friend and ally.
- His voice is similar to that of Tantor from Disney's Tarzan franchise, who, coincidentally, also happens to be an elephant.
- Chapman's climbing skills are actually typical for his species, despite that their bulky shape suggests the opposite. There is evidence that elephants have no trouble in climbing man-built walls. https://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-globally/elephant-climbing-five-foot-wall-mangoes-zambia-6216525/
The samples depicting Chapman. More can be seen in the episode's gallery Museum Peace/Gallery