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Elvis Presley

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Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley.png
Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: Black
Occupation: Singer
First mentioned: "The Telltale Head"
First appearance: "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk"
Voiced by: Dan Castellaneta

Elvis Presley was an American singer and actor.


Mr. Burns has a framed photograph of him with Elvis which gives to Smithers after he sold the power plant, as he knew he liked the picture. Smithers admires how Elvis was always so good to his mother, Mr. Burns never understood what Elvis said.[1] The photo was later seen in Smither's office while he was interviewing Marge.[2] Whilst taking Nappien, Homer melted a wax figure of him at Rock 'N' Roll Wax Museum.[3]

There is a bullet-shattered TV exhibited at Graceland which is referenced in the Itchy & Scratchy cartoon "Little Barbershop of Horrors".[4]

L.T. Smash cites Elvis Presley among his examples on how they always used pop stars to recruit people.[5]

Homer showed Lisa postage stamps with Elvis on. He then made the Elvis stamps kiss stamps with bats on.[6]

He appeared in the film A Zombie Christmas with Bing Crosby, Elvis and the 1932 All American Football Team.[7]

Bart went past the album Doin' It for the Money by Elvis Presley.[8]

During the song "Sasha is a Massive Success", a picture of Elvis Presley was seen on the wall.[9]

Mayor Quimby dressed as Elvis Presley at the masquerade ball.[10]


Donut Homer.png The contents of this article or section are considered to be non-canon and therefore may not have actually happened or existed.

Elvis's gravestone was seen in the Springfield Cemetery a couple of times[11] including one with the epitaph "ACCEPT IT."[12]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The gravestone caption is a reference to persistent rumors of Elvis actually being alive. The rumors began circulating immediately after his 1977 death.



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