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How well do you know the work of Troy McClure?

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 23rd 2008 1:24PM

Troy McClureAre you familiar with the works of actor Troy McClure? You might know him from Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding of Larry Driscoll. But as the IMDb notes, he has had quite a long career.

Mental Floss has a new quiz up at their site, Troy McClure Film or Actual Terrible Movie? It contains 15 questions about the work of McClure (voiced on The Simpsons, of course, by Phil Hartman - the character was retired when Hartman passed away). They give you a film title and you have to guess whether it's a fake Troy McClure film from an episode of The Simpsons or an actual film that somehow got made (note: just pick a film and the site automatically goes to the next question). I got 10 out of 15, but I think that was more because of my knowledge of bad films than specific episodes of The Simpsons.

Some of the titles of these movies and TV shows are priceless (don't worry, these aren't on the quiz): David vs. Super Goliath, Calling All Quakers, Lead Paint: Delicious But Deadly, Smoke Yourself Thin, Pepsi Presents: Fractions. I also like the telethon Let's Save Tony Orlando's House (today he would be hosting a special for Ed McMahon).

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Karen

11 out of 15. I'm so ashamed.

June 23 2008 at 9:03 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
nickmagoo

14/15! sad to say, i've actually seen a couple of the real movies. ugh. i miss troy. and phil. and george carlin (RI to the P!)

June 23 2008 at 7:58 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Nick

I think his resume is incomplete. Didn't he say that he hosted the "After Mash" reunion when he was introducing the spin-off ideas?

June 23 2008 at 4:37 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Scott

That resume shows the genius of the early "Simpsons" writers. Most of those movie and TV titles are funny all on their own, even without the visuals or the specifics of the situation they were used in on the show. Can anyone read that resume without giggling?

June 23 2008 at 3:08 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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