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Arlette Thomas est une comédienne française née le 5 novembre 1927 à Paris et morte le 13 mai 2015 à Antony.
Personnalité majeure du doublage, elle est notamment la voix française de Titi et de Calimero mais aussi de Shirley MacLaine dans la plupart de ses films.
Elle est la mère de Pierre et Marc Jolivet et de Françoise Dasque.
Arlette Thomas apprend son métier aux côtés de Raymond Devos, chez Henri Rolland. Elle fait ses débuts au cinéma à la Libération dans Le Pays sans étoile de Georges Lacombe. Elle joue par la suite de nombreuses pièces et participe également à des dramatiques et émissions radiophoniques à succès comme Les Maîtres du mystère ou La Tribune de l'Histoire sur France Inter.
Au cinéma, elle joue notamment dans Les Grandes Manœuvres (1955) et Tanguy (2000), mais c'est à la télévision qu'elle doit ses rôles les plus marquants : Les Cinq Dernières Minutes (1958), Le Chevalier de Maison Rouge (1962), dans Pot-Bouille (1972) ou encore dans Nans le berger (1974).
Elle commence à travailler dans le doublage grâce à Jean Grémillon à la fin des années 1960. Elle devient ainsi, entre autres, la voix française de Titi le canari (Tweety Bird) ou encore de Calimero. Elle double alors Shirley MacLaine dans la plupart de ses films mais aussi Kim Hunter dans les trois premiers films de la saga La Planète des singes, Marion Ross dans Happy Days ou encore Renee Taylor dans Une nounou d'enfer. Elle a également supervisé de nombreuses séries en tant que directrice artistique. En 2010, un accident vasculaire cérébral la contraint à cesser ses activités.
Elle a dirigé le théâtre Présent (désormais théâtre Paris-Villette), situé dans les anciennes halles de la Villette à la porte de Pantin durant 15 ans. Elle a été conseillère municipale à Florimont-Gaumier en Dordogne.Comédienne
- 1948 : La Voix de la tourterelle de John van Druten, mise en scène Ibarra, théâtre de l'Œuvre
- 1949 : La Demoiselle de petite vertu de Marcel Achard, mise en scène Claude Sainval, Comédie des Champs-Élysées
- 1953 : Si Camille me voyait de Roland Dubillard, mise en scène Jean-Marie Serreau, théâtre de Babylone
- 1953 : Ion de Bernard Zimmer d'après Euripide, mise en scène Henri Soubeyran, Théâtre Antique de Vaison-la-Romaine
- 1953 : Tous contre tous d'Arthur Adamov, mise en scène Jean-Marie Serreau, théâtre de Babylone
- 1956 : Comme avant, mieux qu'avant de Luigi Pirandello, mise en scène Jean Négroni, théâtre de Paris
- 1963 : Noces de sang de Federico García Lorca, mise en scène Bernard Jenny, théâtre du Vieux-Colombier
- 1965 : Dom Garcie de Navarre ou le Prince jaloux de Molière, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, Théâtre Daniel Sorano
- 1966 : La Maison de Bernarda Alba de Federico García Lorca, mise en scène Jacques Mauclair, théâtre Récamier
- 1969 : Pique-nique en campagne de Fernando Arrabal, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
- 1969 : Mon Isménie d'Eugène Labiche, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
- 1970 : Le Nouveau Locataire d'Eugène Ionesco, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
- 1970 : Je rêve (mais peut-être que non) de Luigi Pirandello, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
- 1970 : Le Tombeau d’Achille d'André Roussin, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
- 1974 : Les Voraces ou Tragédie à l'Elysée de Frédéric Bon, Michel-Antoine Burnier et Bernard Kouchner, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1975 : Le Chasseur français de Boris Vian, mise en scène Pierre Perroux, théâtre Présent
- 1976 : Le Discours du père de Guy Foissy, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1976 : La Chamaille de Jean-Jacques Varoujean, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1976 : Dracula Travel de Guy Foissy, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1976 : Les Pavés de l'ours de Georges Feydeau, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1978 : La Tour de Nesle d'Alexandre Dumas, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1978 : Ève des Amériques de Jacques Gabriel, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1979 : La Fille bien gardée d'Eugène Labiche, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre Présent
- 1980 : Le Motif de Guy Foissy, mise en scène Alexandre Connort, Festival Créations théâtrales
- 1983 : L'Opéra de quat'sous de Bertolt Brecht, mise en scène Mario Franceschi, théâtre Présent
- 1984 : La Villette en chansons de Bernard Da Costa, mise en scène Jacques Connort, théâtre Présent
- 2000 : Le Nouveau Locataire d'Eugène Ionesco, mise en scène Pierre Peyrou, théâtre de l'Alliance française
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- 1958 : Les Cinq Dernières Minutes, épisode Les Cheveux en quatre de Claude Loursais : Lucie Mézeray
- 1962 : Les Cinq Dernières Minutes, épisode Le Tzigane et la Dactylo de Pierre Nivollet : Marthe
- 1962 : L'inspecteur Leclerc enquête, épisode Des huîtres pour l'inspecteur de Marcel Bluwal : Ginette
- 1963 : Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge de Claude Barma (feuilleton) : la citoyenne Richard
- 1966 : Antony de Jean Kerchbron (téléfilm)
- 1998 : Une femme d'honneur, épisode Une ombre au tableau de Philippe Monnier : Marcia Pirelli
- 2001 : Nestor Burma, épisode Atout cœur de David Delrieux : Mama Rosa
- 2006 : Concours de danse à Piriac de Marc Jolivet (téléfilm)
- 2007 : Chat bleu, chat noir de Jean-Louis Lorenzi (téléfilm) : Mme Menard
Les dates en italique correspondent aux sorties initiales des films dont Arlette Thomas a assuré le redoublage.
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Lilandra Neramani (/lɪˈlændrə/) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, most commonly in association with the X-Men. She is the Empress, or Majestrix, of the Shi'ar Empire and shares a lifelong bond with the leader of the X-Men, Charles Xavier. She and Xavier were married, but their marriage was annulled after the Cassandra Nova incident.
As the Empress, Lilandra is protected by the Imperial Guard, led by Gladiator.
Lilandra has often been a pivotal secondary character in the X-Men's history, from her participation in the Phoenix Saga, to her role in Grant Morrison's experimental and controversial run on New X-Men. Her role as one of Professor X's most cherished loves has played a significant part in the development of both characters, as well as many of the plots throughout the X-Men books.
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Lilandra Neramani first appeared in X-Men vol. 1 #97 (1976) and was created by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum.
Fictional character biography
Lilandra is the sibling of D'Ken, Deathbird, and an unnamed older sister. Lilandra was born on the Aerie (now known as Chandilar, native world of the Shi'ar). Deathbird, the oldest of the surviving three, was denied the throne for "unspeakable" crimes (the murder of her mother and older sister) and was exiled. Instead the throne went to D'Ken, who turned out to be a power mad dictator. Lilandra became a Grand Admiral of the Imperial Guard, in the Shi'ar fleet, but turned against D'Ken, when she found out about his plans involving the M'Kraan Crystal. Branded a traitor, Lilandra fled to Earth, hoping to find allies among its large population of superheroes and found them in Charles Xavier and his X-Men. She began sending visions of herself to Xavier as she traveled to Earth.
Dealing with D'Ken
Finally meeting Xavier in person, she was captured by Davan Shakari. She was held captive by D'Ken, and revealed D'Ken's plot to gain ultimate power. She was saved by the space pirates known as the Starjammers and the X-Men, and reunited on Earth with Xavier. She ultimately invited Xavier to accompany her to the Shi'ar throne-world. During the Phoenix Saga, the X-Men, in particular Phoenix, managed to stop D'Ken's plan, who ultimately was banished after being driven mad.[volume & issue needed]
Lilandra took the throne as Majestrix-Shi'ar (empress of the Shi'ar Imperium) with Xavier as her official consort. She staged a trial by combat to determine the fate of Phoenix. She overcame Deathbird's first attempted coup. However, a short while later her position was usurped by Deathbird, who had made a pact with the Brood and Badoon. She managed to escape along with the X-Men, and Lilandra became Majestrix-in-Exile on Earth. She became a freedom fighter and allied herself with the Starjammers and decided to take back her throne.[volume & issue needed]
Trial of Reed Richards
As monarch, Lilandra has taken a leading role in interstellar affairs, such as dealing with the menace of Dark Phoenix and indicting Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four for daring to save the life of the planet consumer, Galactus.
Return to the throne
When Charles Xavier suffered a near-fatal heart attack, the Starjammers saved him and cured him, but due to enemy spacecraft, they could not return to Earth. It was later recounted how Lilandra escaped D'Ken and first had mental contact with Xavier. She then nearly killed Deathbird in combat. With the help of Xavier and the Starjammers, Lilandra eventually managed to retake the throne and her exile was revoked. She was freed from control by the Warskrulls and parted with Xavier.
Before much longer, interstellar war erupted between the Shi'ar and the Kree. Lilandra ordered the Starjammers to transport the nega-bomb into Kree space. She survived an assassination attempt by the Kree Starforce, and decided to recall the nega-bomb. She discovered that a Skrull impersonating Araki helped cause the Kree-Shi'ar War. At the end of the war, she took control of the devastated Kree Empire, and appointed Deathbird as her viceroy there. Fearing the Kree would seek retribution against the Avengers for their part in ending the war, Lilandra dispatched the Shi'ar warrior, Deathcry (who has recently been revealed to be Lilandra's niece and Deathbird's daughter) to Earth as their protector as atonement for killing one of her platoon members in a drunken rage over a mutual lover.
While Lilandra is a peaceful and beloved empress, her reign has proven to be tumultuous. During her reign, the Skrull tried to infiltrate and control the Shi'ar government, an intergalactic war with the Kree erupted and there were attacks by the Phalanx and the Uncreated. The most damage done to the Shi'ar Empire was done by Cassandra Nova, who, in the body of Charles Xavier, mind-controlled Lilandra and made her order the Shi'ar fleets to attack the Empire's territory, and then used them in an attempt to destroy mutant-kind. Lilandra was lost for a while on earth and attempted to kill Xavier, not understanding he was his own self again. Several Shi'ar noblemen took her away. This and Jean Grey turning into the Phoenix again, were the reasons for the Shi'ar Council to annul the marriage between Lilandra and Xavier. It appears the Shi'ar Council was responsible for ordering the recent mass extermination of the Grey family by the Shi'ar Death Commandos as Lilandra has been recovering from her ordeal with Cassandra Nova on the planet Trellerri and is apparently unaware of their machinations. As she was making preparations to return to her duties as Empress, she was ambushed by Chancellor Araki, who was revealed to be in league with the Shi'ar Vice Chancellor K'Tor and the Empire's Secret Order as part of a coup to remove Lilandra from the throne, and return D'Ken as Emperor. With the aid of a guard still loyal to her, Lilandra was rescued from captivity by the X-Men and the Starjammers and told them of D'Ken's return.[volume & issue needed]
This was all part of a plan by Vulcan, a powerful mutant, to gain control of the empire. During the incident, many members of the Imperial Guard die at his hands. D'Ken is soon killed after Vulcan officially marries Deathbird. Thus, Vulcan is now the ruler of the Shi'ar Imperium. Lilandra is currently in the company of the Starjammers, opposing Vulcan's tyranny. Most of the Starjammers are eventually captured by Vulcan. However, Korvus, Marvel Girl and Lilandra remain free.[volume & issue needed]
X-Men: Kingbreaker & War of the Kings
Lilandra appeared as a central character in the Emperor Vulcan sequel, X-Men: Kingbreaker and in the War of Kings miniseries, which began in early 2009.
In issue #4 of the War of Kings crossover, Lilandra is assassinated by Darkhawk, who is being controlled by Razor, who is in turn impersonating a Shi'ar citizen. She dies in the arms of Gladiator.
Powers and abilities
As a member of the alien Shi'ar race, Lilandra's physical abilities are somewhat greater than those of a human woman. Lilandra also has limited telepathic abilities whose extent have yet to be clearly defined.
Lilandra is an excellent hand-to-hand combatant, trained in Shi'ar methods of armed and unarmed combat. She is also a good starship pilot.
Lilandra sometimes wears battle armor of unknown composition. She uses a variety of Shi'ar weaponry as needed.
Age of Apocalypse
Although Lilandra does not make an appearance, it is known that in this reality Lilandra was the Admiral of the Shi'ar Grand Fleet and leader of the Imperial Guard. She was killed by her brother D'ken before she could try to stop him from taking control of the M'kraan Crystal.
An alternate, older version of the original Lilandra has been revealed in MC2's miniseries, Last Planet Standing. There, the Shi'ar Empire is eaten by the planet devourer Galactus and Lilandra's Imperial Guard help her and her servants escape right before Galactus consumes the entire empire. What has become of her since is at this point still unknown.
An alternate version of Lilandra has turned up in the Ultimate Marvel universe's Ultimate X-Men title (starting in issue #66). Lilandra Neramani is not an alien, but the "Majestrix" of the Church of Shi'ar Enlightenment, and claims to represent an ancient religion that worships the Phoenix. They wish to finance the X-Men in return for the study of Jean Grey. She is later seen attending Charles Xavier's funeral.
Prior to this, in Ultimate X4 #1, a mental projection of seemingly alien origin, showing an attractive female humanoid calling herself General Lal-Qil-Atrox, asks Charles Xavier to assist her in capturing dangerous mutants whose powers are classed at "sun-eater" level. However, this was revealed to be a ruse staged by Rhona Burchill, the Mad Thinker, to send the X-Men on a wild goose chase so she could steal components of their Cerebro computer system.
X-Men: The End
Lilandra is featured in this alternate future storyline, still heavily affected by the attacks of Cassandra Nova.[volume & issue needed] During the time that Nova possessed Xavier's body, Lilandra became pregnant with their son.[volume & issue needed] Both he and Lilandra would later be murdered by Nova.[volume & issue needed]
In other media
- Lilandra first appears in the third season of X-Men, voiced by Camilla Scott. This incarnation of the character possessed limited telepathic capabilities. There, she sought out help of Professor Xavier and his X-Men to help her defeat her evil brother D'Ken. During the short time they shared alone, Xavier and Lilandra quickly fell in love and eventually managed to defeat D'Ken. When Lilandra became the new heir to the Shi'ar throne, she kissed and thanked Xavier for his help and even offered him to join her, but he declined to do this for as long as there is no peace between mankind and mutants. Lilandra left, but eventually returned to Earth when Xavier became deadly ill in the final episode of the show. She took Xavier to the Shi'ar Empire with her so they could heal him.
- Lilandra appears in the Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. episode "It's a Wonderful Smash", voiced by Nika Futterman. She and the Supreme Intelligence are discussing a peace treaty between the Kree and the Shi'ar that involves the Guardians of the Galaxy bringing them the Orb of Truth. After the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. and the Guardians of the Galaxy escape from the Collector and bring them the artifact, the peace treaty between the Kree and the Shi'ar is a success.
- Lilandra appears in X-Men. In the game's second level, the X-Men travel to the Shi'ar Empire and must rescue her from Deathbird.
- Lilandra appears in an extra mission in the PlayStation Portable versions of X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse.
- Lilandra appears in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, voiced by Marabina Jaimes. In the game, the throne is taken from her by her sister Deathbird. An optional quest involves whether the player saves her from her confinement. The player has to prevent the Shi'ar starship from self-destructing by smashing power nodes within a time limit. In one of the rooms that hold power nodes, Lilandra is seen hooked up to what is described as a "torture chamber." To save her, a computer near her has to be smashed. It is very durable and hard to destroy, putting further stress on the objective to smash the power nodes before time runs out and the ship self-destructs. Also, if the power nodes are destroyed beforehand, the computer can no longer be harmed. If the player decides to rescue her, the Shi'ar will give Earth advanced technology to wipe out all diseases and hunger on Earth and the Shi'ar's technology will eventually enable humanity to colonize other planets. If the player doesn't, the Shi'ar will refuse to help the heroes when they fail to stop an asteroid that comes to obliterate the Western coast of the United States. Even when Lilandra is freed, she tells the heroes that she is forever in their debt. Outside of that, she has special dialogue with Storm when she's trapped.
- ^ X-Men Vol. 1 #97-98, 102-104
- ^ X-Men Vol. 1 #105
- ^ X-Men Vol. 1 #107-108
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #117
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #122
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #137
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #154, 156-157
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #161-162, 164-168
- ^ Fantastic Four #261-262
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #200-201
- ^ Classic X-Men #14
- ^ X-Men Spotlight On: Starjammers #1-2
- ^ Uncanny X-Men #275-277
- ^ Wonder Man #8
- ^ Thor #446
- ^ Avengers West Coast #82
- ^ Avengers #347
- ^ Chaos War: Dead Avengers #2
- ^ http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080823-XMenKingbreaker.html
- ^ http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080727-WarofKings.html
- ^ War of Kings #4
- ^ Gambit and the X-Ternals #2
- ^ Ultimate X-Men#66
- ^ Ultimate X-Men#79
- ^ Ultimate X4 #1-4
- ^ "It's a Wonderful Smash". Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Season 1. Episode 25. July 6, 2014. Disney XD.
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