You may never look at Marge Simpson the same way again after learning that her German dubbing voice was provided by luscious lovely Elisabeth Volkmann. Instead of an impossibly tall blue beehive, you’ll only see brilliant, flaming red. Marge’s yellow cartoon hue will be replaced, in your mind, by Elizabeth’s silken, begging-to-be-touched, china-white flesh. And, most importantly, it will be easy to imagine Marge without her trademark strapless dress, thanks to Elizabeth’s willingness to get bare. In the beautiful bloom of her youth, Lis graciously gave up the goods a record number of times in such racy, semi-softcore fare as Nurses Report (1972), Geh, zieh dein Dirndl aus (1973), and Was Schulmädchen verschweigen (1974) before becoming one of Germany’s most beloved comedy stars with her role in the TV series Klimbim, before going on to voice Marge. When you watch Elisabeth in the raw, you’ll always score a Homer.