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    • "P" is for Psycho
      • Hello everybody, I'm Troy McClure, star of such films as "P" is for Psycho and The President's Neck is Missing. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Abbott and Costello Meet Polio
      • Movie playing in Gotham City, from Bart's tale of revenge. (Season 18 episode Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times - segment Bartman Begins)
    • The Adventures of Lisa Simpson, Girl Cowboy
      • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring youĒ Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Ape Chimp
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Apes-A-Poppin' (the Airline Version)
      • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six and the airline version of Apes-A-Poppin'. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Baby Cops 3: Tired and Cranky
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • The Bad Football
      • Sports movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Beach Blanket Beethoven
      • Movie starring Frankie Avalon, poster on Patty & Selma's bedroom wall in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Best of Sideshow Bob
      • New record added 6/27/2022
      • DVD Krusty sells at Sideshow Bobís funeral - all your best loved sketches on the Krusty Show. Itís full of extra features and deleted scenes. (Season 19 episode Funeral for a Fiend)
    • Blood on The Blackboard: The Bart Simpson Story
      • Movie made about Bart's adventure working for Fat Tony, starring Richard chamberlain as Principal Skinner, Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, Jane Seymour as the woman he loved and Neil Patrick Harris as Bart Simpson. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • The Boatjacking of Supership 79
      • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as The Boatjacking of Supership 79 and Hydro: The Man with the Hydraulic Arms. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Boner Academy
      • College comedy movie. The Spellympics are hosted by George Plimpton, founder of the Paris Review, who also played the evil dead in Boner Academy. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Boobs
      • Next on Fox, Carmen Electra stars in Boobs, about a class of remedial reading students and their teacher who wants to be taken seriously. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Border Siesta
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Brittle Boneheads
      • Three Stooges movie featuring very old stooges that Homer and Bart watch on TV. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • A Burns for All Seasons
      • Film that Mr. Burns enters in the Springfield Film Festival. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • The Bus that Couldn't Slow Down
      • Homer: I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around the city, keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, the bus would explode! I think it was called The Bus that Couldn't Slow Down. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
    • Buttercups of Autumn
      • Lifetime film advertised at the video store. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • Calling All Coeds
      • Movie filmed at the lush and Verdant campus of the Springfield Preparatory School. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Calling All Quakers
      • Movie starring Troy McClure: As I said to Dolores Montenegro in Calling All Quakers, "Have it your way, baby." (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Cards
      • Movie trailer that Homer and Marge watch at Googolplex Theatres. Coming this summer from Dreamworks. 52 jokers playing the game of their lives. This summer, the house is full, and the deuces are wild! (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Cemetery Academy
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Chocolate 2: The Vanilla-ing
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Chorus
      • Dance movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Clank, Clank, You're Dead!
      • Bart and Lisa find the robot from the science fiction movie Clank, Clank, You're Dead! at Cockamamie's, a collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. "A mechanical man with the heart of a monster!" (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Colonel Dracula Joins the Army
      • Late night movie on TV that Homer and Bart fall asleep watching. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel
      • Newly divorced Troy McClure's pet project that he writes and directs. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Craving Molly, Alaska
      • Film playing the Limited Appeal Theater. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Cry Yuma
      • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from Cry Yuma and Here Comes the Coast Guard! I'd like to talk about a candy that cleans and straightens your teeth! (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Curling for Loonies
      • Sports movie being filmed at Paramountie Studios in Toronto where Rainier Wolfcastle is filming his new movie, Undercover Hero. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Da Da Da
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • David Vs. Super Goliath
      • Bible epic starring Troy McClure that Lisa mentions. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Diet Coke: The Movie
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Dude, Where's My Prostate
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • The Electric Gigolo
      • Movie Selma mentions to Troy: "Troy, darling come to bed. I want to see the Troy McClure I remember from such films as Make-Out King of Montana and the Electric Gigolo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Explosion 2
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Facepuncher IV
      • Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Father of the Presi-bot
      • After Homer and the volunteer fire department save Rainier Wolfcastle from a car accident, he gives them crew jackets from some of his less successful films. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • Final Chapter: A New Beginning
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Fireball and Mudflap
      • When Bart and Lisa accidentally set Mount Springfield on fire, all of the firemen in Springfield are busy filming a new movie in which Burt Reynolds plays Jerry "Fireball" Mudflap, a feisty supreme court justice who's searching for his birthmother while completing in a cross-country fire truck race. It's garbage. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Fly Boy III
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Frankenberry the Movie 2: The Frankenberry Wears Prada
      • After Homer and the volunteer fire department save Rainier Wolfcastle from a car accident, he gives them crew jackets from some of his less successful films. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • From Here to Infirmity
      • In a commercial shown at Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, after a tough day on the set making their classic film From Here to Infirmity, Itchy and Scratchy relax with Laramie Extra Tar cigarettes. "And now there's more nico-glycerol" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Ghost Frat
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Give My Remains to Broadway
      • Movie that Selma mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "You're Troy McClure. I remember you from such films as Meet Joe Blow and Give My Remains to Broadway." Parody of Give My Regards to Broadway. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Gladys, The Groovy Mule
      • I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, the Groovy Mule. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Goodtime Slim, Uncle Doobie, and the Great Frisco Freak Out
      • 1971 film starring Troy McClure played on the Thousand Dollar Movie program. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Gorilla Island Six
      • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six and the airline version of Apes-A-Poppin'. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Gorilla Squadron
      • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six and the airline version of Apes-A-Poppin'. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Gorilla the Conqueror
      • Movie featured as part of Big Gorilla Week on Million Dollar Movie. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
    • Gunfight at the Museum of Natural History
      • Bart meets famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy, and his stuffed moose movie prop from the movie Gunfight at the Museum of Natural History. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Hail to the Chimp
      • Movie Homer watches at the Springfield Drive-In, instead of stealing Moe's car, which he is supposed to be leaving on the railroad tracks to be destroyed so Moe can get the insurance money. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • Hands Off My Jerky, Turkey
      • The name of the screenplay that Apu works on in a class at Springfield Community College. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Happy Little Allison Tinkly-Winkle Town
      • Movie that Lisa looks for but can't find at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Happy Little Elves Meet Fuzzy Snuggleduck
      • Movie available to watch through Relaxo-Vision, the movie service at Rancho Relaxo, Springfield's only 2 star health spa. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • The Happy Little Elves! Meet the Curious Bear Cub!
      • Tape from the Simpsons' video library that Marge tells the babysitter Bart and Lisa can watch until bedtime. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • Hell Hath No Little Vicki
      • Movie poster on the wall at Lil' Vicki's School of Dance, starring Little Vicki Valentine. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Help, My Son is a Nerd!
      • Upcoming film starring Rainier Wolfcastle. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Hercules Versus the Martians
      • Movie featured on late night TV program Academy Award Playhouse that Krusty watches. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Homemaker to Homeless
      • Marge watches TV: "Wifetime TV presents From Homemaker to Homeless, based on a true story." (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Honk if You're Horny
      • Movie Homer goes to see by himself, featuring Pauly Shore and Faye Dunaway. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Hot Grits a Flyin'
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • I Shoot Your Face
      • After Homer and the volunteer fire department save Rainier Wolfcastle from a car accident, he gives them crew jackets from some of his less successful films. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • I Shoot Your Face Again
      • After Homer and the volunteer fire department save Rainier Wolfcastle from a car accident, he gives them crew jackets from some of his less successful films. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • I Thumb Through Your Magazines
      • Fake film currently being shown at the Springfield Drive-In, along with real film "I Spit on Your Grave". (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • The Incredible Shrinking McBain
      • Bart's are friend is McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle's daughter. He goes over to her house for a playdate, where there are props from one of his movies, giant everyday items like a comb, a watch, a telephone, a book of matches and the Q-Tip he used to kill Ross Perot. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • I'll Fry Your Face III
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Jaws of Life
      • After Homer and the volunteer fire department save Rainier Wolfcastle from a car accident, he tells them they're the real jaws of life, not like his movie Jaws of Life. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • Jerk-cules
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Kanga-Roommate!
      • In-flight movie starring Jim Belishi on the Simpsons' Air Japan flight to Japan. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Kill Bill Maher
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • A Kiss Before Frying
      • New record added 6/21/2022
      • Marge watches an old black and white movie called A Kiss Before Frying on Couch Potato Theater. (Season 19 episode I Donít Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings)
    • Kosovo Autumn
      • Lisa wins 4 free tickets to see Kosovo Autumn, the latest film by acclaimed director Mladzieul Klernt, playing at the Limited Appeal Theater. Winner of the Romanian Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bucket award. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Laff and a Haff
      • Short film starring The Little Rascals. Moe reveals that he was one of the original Little Rascals, starring in a short film called Laff and a Haff. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Lead Paint: Delicious But Deadly
      • Hello, I'm actor Troy McClure. You kids might remember me from such education films as Lead Paint: Delicious but Deadly, and Here Comes the Metric System. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Leper in the Back Field
      • Movie that news anchorman mentions when reporting on Troy's comeback: "We may remember Troy from such films as The Verdict was Mail Fraud and Leper in the Back Field". (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding of Larry Driscoll
      • Movie Lisa mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "I remember you from such filmstrips as Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding of Larry Driscoll." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Love is Nice
      • After having a crayon removed from his brain, Homer watches the romantic comedy Love is Nice starring Julia Roberts, Bill Pullman and Richard Gere at the Aztec theater, but doesn't think it's funny. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Makeout King of Montana
      • Movie Selma mentions to Troy: "Troy, darling come to bed. I want to see the Troy McClure I remember from such films as Make-Out King of Montana and the Electric Gigolo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • McBain
      • Action movie, tribute to the movies of Arnold Schwarzenegger. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • McBain IV: Fatal Discharge
      • New McBain movie that newly divorced Troy McClure turns down to write and direct his own pet project, The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • McBain VI
      • Poster in the lobby of Aztec Theater. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • McBain: Let's Get Silly
      • Film that Jay Sherman reviews on Coming Attractions, from The Critic. A mix of action and comedy. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • McBane VI
      • Movie poster on the wall at the Aztec behind Mel Gibson when the crowd rushes him. Normally spelled McBain. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ
      • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Michael Eisner Vs. Michael Ovitz
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • The Momentum of Things
      • When the latest chapter of the epic space saga Cosmic Wars comes out, Otto learns that he camped out for three weeks at the wrong ticket window, for a movie starring Ellen Burstyn and Jim Broadbent. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Movie for a Dreary Afternoon
      • Afternoon movie on local television. (Season 2 episode Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish)
    • Mr. McGrew's Christmas Carol
      • Animated holiday special that Homer watches. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (remake)
      • A Gibson/Simpson Joint.
    • Mrs. Mom
      • Screenplay Marge shows to Rainier Wolfcastle, which he makes into a movie of his own without giving her credit. (Season 18 episode Homerazzi)
    • My Baby is an Ugly Man
      • Rainier Wolfcastle carries Homer home from his estate sale in a giant Snugli that he used to carry Rob Schneider in his movie My Baby is an Ugly Man. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • My Best Friend's Gay Baby
      • Movie starring Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Nudist Camp Commandant
      • Movie featuring a nude Rainier Wolfcastle. (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Panic in Alaska
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Passion of Cain and Abel
      • Ned Flanders' religious film, starring his sons Rod and Todd. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Pinnitchy-O
      • Roger Meyer's next full length feature after Scratchtasia, mentioned in The Roger Meyers Story, the biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. Parody of Pinocchio. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Pontiff No Return
      • Moe's idea for an action movie where he plays the pope that kills the president. (Season 18 episode Springfield Up)
    • Preacher with a Shovel
      • Movie Bart and Lisa watch on TV, starring Troy McClure and Delores Montenegro. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • President Black Guy
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • The President's Neck is Missing
      • Hello everybody, I'm Troy McClure, star of such films as "P" is for Psycho and The President's Neck is Missing. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Princess Rock Star
      • Movie Homer takes Lisa to see to apologize for ruining her homemade Father's Day gift. "With Eugene Levy as The KingĒ (Season 17 episode See Homer Run)
    • Private Surfboard
      • Movie starring Frankie Avalon, poster on Patty & Selma's bedroom wall in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Race Movie IV
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Return to Ape Valley
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Revenge of Abe Lincoln
      • Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Revenge of Abe Lincoln and The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Rip Roarin' Reverend
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • The Road to Egypt
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Roger Corman's Titanic
      • Film featured on the anthology series Thousand Dollar Movie. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Scratchtasia
      • The full length musical by Roger Meyers, mentioned in The Roger Meyers Story, the biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. Parody of Fantasia. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Shenani-Goats
      • Homer gets impatient with all of the previews while The Simpsons wait to watch Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Shoal! the Musical
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Sing, Monkey, Sing
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Siskel & Ebert: The Movie
      • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater. "Two Thumbs Up" - Siskel & Ebert. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Six Brides for Seven Brothers
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Six-Gun Lullaby
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Ski Skul
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Sleeping with Pinocchio
      • Movie starring Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane that Marge mentions when Ned and Sara come over for dinner. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • The Smell in Room 19
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Soccer Mummy
      • Movie starring Ed O'Neill as a soccer-playing mummy - movie trailer that plays before the movie Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • The Stockholm Affair
      • Taut political thriller that Homer, Marge and Maggie see at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Suddenly, Last Supper
      • Bible epic starring Troy McClure that Lisa mentions. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Super Jock III
      • Sports movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Tales of the Old Testament
      • Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament plays at the Aztec Theater. Running time 800 minutes. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Tame the Mighty Hudson
      • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater in Springfield flashback. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Tango de la Muerte
      • Marge and Lisa watch the new movie Tango de la Muerte at Springfield Cinema at Springfield Mall, about a man looking for a beautiful dance partner, choosing a woman named Lisabella. They dance together and win the dance competition. Marge mentions that she's been dying to see it, and Lisa mentions that it got rave reviews from both the Entertainment Radio Network and the Radio Entertainment Network. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Teenage Sex Wager
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Teenage Sex Wager Vs. Boner Academy
      • Movie poster outside the Aztec theater at the premier of Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Termizor: An Erotic Thriller
      • Homer's screenplay, about a killer robot driving instructor who travels back in time for some reason. Ron Howard's attached to direct. Well, he expressed an interest. (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • The Texas Rangers Ride Again
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • That Night Over England
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • They Came to Burgle Carnegie Hall
      • Movie Troy McClure mentions when introducing himself: "I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Greatest Story Ever Hula'd and They Came to Burgle Carnegie Hall." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die
      • I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, the Groovy Mule. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Too Many Grandmas!
      • Movie starring Olympia Dukakis and Bo Derek, playing at the Aztec Theater, where Homer and Mr. Burns' son Larry hide out from the police. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Too Many Premises!
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Total Explosion
      • After Homer and the volunteer fire department save Rainier Wolfcastle from a car accident, he gives them crew jackets from some of his less successful films. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • Truckasaurus: The Movie
      • Movie trailer that Homer watches on TV, starring Marlon Brando as the voice of John Truckasaurus. Celebrity voice impersonated. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Tumbleweeds
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • TV Show: The Movie
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Two for Tunisia
      • Movie Bart watches on TV. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Undercover Hero
      • Movie that Rainier Wolfcastle is filming in Toronto. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Unnatural Discretion
      • Movie directed by same director as the Radioactive Man movie. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • The Verdict Was Mail Fraud
      • Movie that news anchorman mentions when reporting on Troy's comeback: "We may remember Troy from such films as The Verdict was Mail Fraud and Leper in the Back Field". (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West
      • Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Revenge of Abe Lincoln and The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Wedgie: The Movie
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • When Harry Became Sally
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • The Wild Dingleberries Movie
      • The movie version of a cartoon family you can see for free on TV, but they stretched out the plot and added a wildebeest from the hood. Rugrats parody. Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Wild Lunch
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • The Woman Who Died in Her Home
      • Dr. Hibbert diagnoses Marge with agoraphobia and gives her a copy of the Lifetime Channel movie The Woman Who Died in her Home. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Wyatt Earp Meets the Mummy
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • You Have the Right to Remain Dead
      • Movie featuring the character McBain. (Season 2 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • The Zookeeper's Wife
      • Movie star and Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane's new movie that she's filming in Springfield. Ned interrupts filming when Sara and her co-star get hot and heavy: "Whoa - This movie's turning into SpongeBob No-Pants!" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Zorro Joins the Navy
      • Movie playing in Gotham City, from Bart's tale of revenge. (Season 18 episode Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times - segment Bartman Begins)
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