Before his death in 1998, the great Phil Hartman provided voices for some of the funniest characters on The Simpsons. You might remember him from such roles as Lionel Hutz, Lyle Lanley, and Gladys, the Groovy Mule.
Actually, that last one is a fictional movie that starred Troy McClure, perhaps Hartman’s funniest and most memorable Simpsons part. Hearing Hartman say that ridiculous title again is just one of the highlights on the great supercut below, by Christopher Coleman.
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