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Mel Gibson

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This article is about the character. For the guest star, see Mel Gibson.
Mel Gibson
Beyond Blunderdome - Promotional art.png
Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Hair: Black
Occupation: Actor
Producer
First Appearance: "Beyond Blunderdome"
First Mentioned: "Marge in Chains"
Voiced by: Himself


Mel Gibson is an American actor and producer.

History[edit]

So sure of Marge Simpson's guilt, the blue-haired lawyer asked the jury who they found more attractive, Tom Cruise or Mel Gibson, during the trail between Kwik-E-Mart and Marge Simpson.[1]

Mel Gibson once went to Springfield to watch the preview screening for the remake of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. He tried to hide from the audience, but was soon discovered. In the plane back to Hollywood, he read the comment cards and discovered every one said the movie was great, which makes him think people loved the movie just because he was the starring. But Homer's one said the movie was terrible. He went back to Springfield to ask Homer to help him making a better movie. The producers wanted to destroy their version after watching it, so Homer and Mel got in a car chase all around Hollywood trying to evade them. They finally displayed their movie, but people hated it. Mel's career was over, so he went back to Hollywood and threw Homer out of his limo.[2]

Krusty visited Moe as he wanted a "Forget-Me-Shot" because he was trying to do a Don Rickles about Arabs, but it turned into a Mel Gibson about Mexicans.[3]

Foreign dubs[edit]

Language Voice dubber
Germany.png Deutsch Elmar Wepper

Appearances[edit]


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