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Simpsons Tribute: Mrs. Krabappel To Finish Season

“The Simpsons” paid a very special tribute to a very special lady earlier this week after Marcia Wallace, who did voice work for Edna Krabappel, died at the age of 70. However, producers say that doesn’t mean we won’t be hearing any more from her. Wallace–who passed away from complications of pneumonia on October 25–had already finished most of her …

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Marcia Wallace: The Simpsons Intro Pays Tribute

Marcia Wallace, one of the star voices on The Simpsons for several years, passed away last weekend. It was announced shortly after her death that there would be a tribute to her during the show’s next episode. Wallace played the beloved Mrs. Krabappel on the show, Bart Simpson’s teacher for several seasons. For those fans of the show that have …

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Edna Krabappel: What Will Become of Character?

The voice of “The Simpsons” sometimes overly-randy school teacher Edna Krabappel has died. Marcia Wallace died Friday at the age of 70 from complications stemming from a struggle with breast cancer, ending a long and hilarious run in the television business. “The Simpsons” is still primed to go for, well, possibly forever. So, the question that demands an answer is …

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Marcia Wallace: Comedic Actress Dies At Age 70

Marcia Wallace died on Friday in Los Angeles, at the age of 70. Wallace lost a battle with a cancer, after surviving for 28 years with the disease. She was a comedic actress, perhaps most well-known for her work as the voice of Edna Krabappel on The Simpsons. Before that, she played Carol Kester, the wisecracking secretary on The Bob …

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