Simpsons, The - Simpsons Film Festival
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|Genre||Kids / Family, Animation|
|Running Time||87 mins|
|Languages||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Label||20th Century Fox|
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Beyond Blunderdome: Homer attends a preview of a film by Mel Gibson and gives it a poor rating. Alarmed, Mel brings Homer in ti co-produce the film, a remake of Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. Homer turns the film into a bloody action picture, with disasterous consequences for Mel.
Itchy And Scatchy - Thre Movie: At a school open house Homer and Marge are told they must discipline Bart if he is to succeed in life. After this Bart is told to watch Maggie, who escapes the and crashes the car. Homer punishes Bart by forbidding him to watch the new Itchy and Scratchy movie. After an intense clash of wills, Bart gives in to Homer - and we see in the future Bart will become Chief Justive of the Supreme Court.
22 Short Films About Springfield: An episode focussing on the Simpsons supporting characters, showcased in varying vignettes of varying length. Among other segments, we see Principle Skinner invite Superintendent Chalmers over for dinner, Reverend Lovejoy's dag soil Flanders' lawn and Millhouse's dad in a Pulp Fiction sequence.
A Star Is Burns: Springfield host a film festival with guest critiv Jay Sherman (Jon Lovitz). The contest comes down to an artful film by Barney Gumbel and a vanity production by Mr. Burns - with Homer casting the deciding vote.
Special guest appearances by: Mel Gibson, Phil Hartman and Jon Lovitz