Feature Films
  • "Cry Yuma"
  • "Here Comes the Coast Guard"
  • "Preacher With a Shovel" (with Dolores Montenegro)
  • "The Revenge of Abe Lincoln"
  • "The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West"
  • "Calling All Quakers" (with Dolores Montenegro)
  • "Gladys The Groovy Mule"
  • "Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die"
  • "Dial M for Murderousness"
  • "The Erotic Adventures of Hercules"
  • "'P' is for Psycho"
  • "The President's Neck is Missing!"
  • "The Boatjacking of Supership 79"
  • "Hydro, the Man With the Hydraulic Arms"
  • "Good-Time Slim, Uncle Doobie, and the Great 'Frisco Freak-Out"
  • "Muppets Go Medieval"
  • "The Greatest Story Ever Hulaed"
  • "They Came to Burgle Carnegie Hall"
  • "Meet Joe Blow"
  • "Give My Remains to Broadway"
  • "The Verdict Was Mail Fraud"
  • "Leper in the Backfield"
  • "Make-Out King of Montana"
  • "The Electric Gigolo"
  • "The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel"
TV Series
  • "Troy and Company's Summertime Smile Factory"
  • "Buck Henderson, Union Buster"
  • "Handel With Kare"
TV Specials
  • Miss American Girl Pageant
  • "Carnival of the Stars"
  • "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular"
  • "Alien Nose Jobs"
  • "Five Fabulous Weeks of the Chevy Chase Show"
  • "The Simpsons Spinoff Showcase"
  • "Stop the Planet of the Apes: I Want To Get Off!"
  • "Christmas Ape"
  • "Christmas Ape Goes To Summer Camp"
Educational Films Do It Yourself Videos
  • "Dig Your Own Grave and Save"
  • "Mothballing Your Battleship"
  • "The Half-Assed Guide to Foundation Repair"
Telethons "I Can't Believe They Invented It!"
  • The Candy Bar That Cleans Teeth
  • Eyeball Whitener
  • Spiffy, the 21st Century Stain Remover
  • The Juice Loosener
Informercials and Miscellaneous
  • Introductory video to the "Ah! Fudge" chocolate factory
  • "We're Sending our Love Down the Well" (singing)
  • Introductory video to "Rancho Relaxo"
  • Voice-over for the Duff Gardens commercial
  • The Springfield Squares
  • Impulse Buying Network (IBN)
Celebrity Funerals Self-Help Videos
  • "Adjusting Your Self-O-Stat" (with Brad Goodman)
  • "Get Confident, Stupid!"
  • "Smoke Yourself Thin"
Welcome Kiosks Medical Films
  • "D.N.A."
  • "Alice Doesn't Live Any More"
  • "Mommy, What's Wrong With That Man's Face?"
Nature Films
  • "Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues"
  • "Earwigs, Ew!"
  • "Man Verses Nature: The Road To Victory"

Culled from snpp.com

Troy McClure was a character on the The Simpsons. A composite character representing B-movie actors you tend to see everywhere from commercials, to infomercials, to small-time plays and tv-movies, documentaries, and then some; Troy was literally "that guy" you always see in everything. He was voiced by the late Phil Hartman.

Compared to Hartman's other character, Lionel Hutz, the Troy McClure character had a somewhat indirect role in the show appearing for the most part on a screen as opposed to being in actual scenes. He did however have one major direct role in the show in the episode A Fish Called Selma where he and one half of Marge Simpson's twin sisters, Selma Bouvier supposedly fall in love and marry. However, although it's love for Selma, Troy himself sees it as a publicity stunt of sorts to boost his sagging career. Selma finds this out and decides to end the relationship. This episode is rather fondly remembered, Entertainment Weekly considered the episode one of the top 25 all-time best Simpsons episodes.

Sadly, with the unexpected death of Hartman, Troy McClure was retired as a character around season 10. He has since then only appeared in the Simpsons comic book. It was rumored that the character was slated to make a cameo appearance in The Simpsons Movie, however apparently this didn't come to pass.

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