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* ''Script/KingdomOfTheSun'' (2000, cancelled) as Yzma (voice)

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* ''Script/KingdomOfTheSun'' (2000, cancelled) as Yzma (voice)



** ''[[VideoGame/TheEmperorsNewGroove The Emperor's New Groove Video Game]]'' (2000) as Yzma/[[spoiler:Kitty Yzma]] (voice)

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** * ''[[VideoGame/TheEmperorsNewGroove The Emperor's New Groove Video Game]]'' (2000) as Yzma/[[spoiler:Kitty Yzma]] (voice)

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* ''Script/KingdomOfTheSun'' (2000, cancelled) as Yzma (voice)


Things came to an abrupt stop in 1968, however, when, during a visit to the White House, she made several statements opposing the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar. The incident led to her being blacklisted in the United States, and she was relegated to touring in Europe for the better part of the 1970s.

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Things came to an abrupt stop in 1968, however, when, during a visit to the White House, she made several statements opposing the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar.UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. The incident led to her being blacklisted in the United States, and she was relegated to touring in Europe for the better part of the 1970s.


** ''VideoGame/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' (2000) as Yzma/[[spoiler:Kitty Yzma]] (voice)

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** ''VideoGame/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' ''[[VideoGame/TheEmperorsNewGroove The Emperor's New Groove Video Game]]'' (2000) as Yzma/[[spoiler:Kitty Yzma]] (voice)


** ''VideoGame/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' (2000) as Yzma/[[spoiler:Kitty Yzma]] (voice)



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' (2005) as Vexus (voice)

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' (2005) (2003-2005) as Vexus (voice)


* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' (2000) as Yzma (voice)

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* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' (2000) as Yzma (voice)


From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs, with perhaps her most famous being the Christmas standard, "Santa Baby." Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underlying sexual tension]] with the white title character, but infused an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.

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From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs, with perhaps her most famous being the Christmas standard, "Santa Baby." Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', ''Series/Batman1966'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underlying sexual tension]] with the white title character, but infused an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.


From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs, with perhaps her most famous being the Christmas standard, "Santa Baby." Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underling sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.

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From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs, with perhaps her most famous being the Christmas standard, "Santa Baby." Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underling underlying sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had infused an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.


From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs. Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underling sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.

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From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs. songs, with perhaps her most famous being the Christmas standard, "Santa Baby." Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underling sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.


From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs. Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the [[DatingCatwoman underling sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.

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From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs. Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the established [[DatingCatwoman underling sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.


From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs.

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From there, Kitt became a regular on Broadway, and recorded many of her notable songs. Kitt's most famous TV role as the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} in the third season of ''Series/{{Batman}}'', where she wasn't allowed to have the [[DatingCatwoman underling sexual tension]] with the white title character, but had an appealing cat-like slinkiness to her role.



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->''"The audience has always been my best director."''


* ''Film/ErnestScaredStupid'' (1991( as Old Lady Hackmore

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* ''[[Film/HeartOfDarkness1958]]'' as the Queen

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* ''[[Film/HeartOfDarkness1958]]'' ''[[Film/HeartOfDarkness1958 Heart of Darkness]]'' (1958) as the Queen

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