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  • [Comic Story #16: "The Airborne Bathysphere Caper".]
  • To be updated... eventually.
  • Matilda is an orange-haired woman who served as second-in-command to General Logi. When it came to Lotarus' attack on Rosekstan's capital, she used her shadow to get General Logi out of there. When Delphinium and Deathroy infiltrated General Logi's hideout, she used her shadow to teleport Delphinium out of the base and briefly engaged her before teleporting away. When Matilda planned on using the Sleipnir's laser cannon on the wall Rudolph brought up, which would end up destroying a nearby village, Shu ended up fighting her and managed to use the Noi/Blue Dragon's ability to block the attack which overloaded Sleipnir's cannon. Matilda later operated Sleipnir during the final battle with Rudolph.
  • matilda is a green number 0 . she and 0 have a crush on each other.
  • Matilda is a children's novel written by British author Roald Dahl. It was published in 1988 by Jonathan Cape in London, with 232 pages and illustrations by the notable illustrator Quentin Blake. The story is about Matilda Wormwood, an extraordinary child with ordinary and rather unpleasant parents. It was adapted into an audio reading by Joely Richardson, a film in 1996, a two-part adaptation for BBC Radio 4 (later re-broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra) starring Nicola McAuliffe as Matilda and narrated by Lenny Henry. In 2010, it was adapted into a musical.
  • Matilda es la esposa del aldeano Gerard. Gerard perdió su libro mayor al ser asaltado por Menag, mientras Arthas estaba en Strahnbrad. Arthas asesinó a Menag y le devolvió el libro a Gerard. Quizás ella y su esposo Gerard lograron escapar de Lordaeron en la Expedición Humana de Jaina antes de que el Azote destruyera Lordaeron. Categoría:Strahnbrad Categoría:Personajes de Warcraft III Categoría:Humanos
  • Matilda is the woman who Alice Horton mistook for Geraldine's granny. She was only in the show for less than 10 seconds as Hugo Horton quickly ushered her out when he realised they had the wrong woman.
  • Matilda is a boss monster in Dr. Lunatic and Dr. Lunatic Supreme With Cheese. She is the boss of the Spooky Forest world and was the only boss that could be fought in the original Dr. Lunatic demo. Before the release of the Fun Pack, she was widely regarded the most difficult boss in the game; that spot has since been taken by Matilda-X.
  • During the Royal Trouble quest, players must find her hat, which was taken by a group of disguised teenagers led by Armod.
  • Matilda is Valanice's lady-in-waiting and has been since Valanice was a little girl. She was originally from Kolyma.
  • Matilda is Claymore No. 41 of Clare's generation.
  • Matilda is a chambermaid.
  • Matilda is Irene's gigantic pink pet bunny. In Challenge Room: Guess Who's Coming for Dinner?, you have to get 6 or more snack-sized Sack-Things to make her fall into a "food coma" to please Irene, her owner.
  • She's a German-accented woman who used to work as a security guard at Edge City Bank, but quit the job after the Mask showed up at the bank and scared her away while she were handling some bank robbers.
  • Matilda "Tilda" Lea (Moore in the miniseries) is the wife of Chicken George and mother of Tom and Lewis. She is also the grandmother of Cynthia and Elizabeth, and the great-grandmother of Bertha George Palmer and the great-great-grandmother of Alex, George and Julius Hayley.
  • Matilda may refer to: * The * Matilda Honey (Matilda) from Wellspring * Matilda Honey (Agent Honey) from Rainbow * Matilda Honey (Tilly) from Syntropy
  • Matilda was a portly female character who appeared in two episodes of Married...with Children; first, in the Season 9 episode titled "A Shoe Room with a View" and then in "Crimes Against Obesity" in Season 11. The part of Matilda is played in the episodes by Danica Sheridan, who also appears as Belinda, another portly customer, in "I Can't Believe It's Butter" Season 10.
  • The Infantry Tank Mark II "Matilda" was a British infantry tank that saw action in the early part of Second World War. In the anime, it appeared in a flash-forward in Episode 1, and was first seen during Episode 3.
  • Matilda labelled The White Bird Kategoria:Epic Characters
  • Matilda, played by Josie Lawrence, is a character that appears in "Ducking and Diving". She is the mother of Rosa and gets captured by Guy of Gisborne and his men in order to cure Henry. When she helps Robin by temporarily silencing Henry (a messenger who is supposed to tell the seriff where the king will land when he returns to England), she is about to be tried for witchcraft, but Robin, Much, Will and Allan are able to save her. She is brought to the Outlaws' Camp, where her daughter Rosa has just given birth to a baby girl.
  • When Francine goes searching to rescue Steve after he is also caught shopliting after being encouraged by her in "Crotchwalkers", she runs into Matilda while posing as a goverment inspector. After disuading Matilda that she isn't their savior come to rescue all of the prisoners, she still promises to help her escape for her aid in locating Steve. Francine is forced to hide Steve under her skirt but he falls out, and they use one of Stan's grenades to blow their way out of the factory. Six months after their escape, Francine suddenly remembers her promise to help Matilda as she curses her for leaving her behind.
  • Matilda is a Breton traveling merchant. She is found on the road near the Windy Glade Wayshrine.
  • She has orange hair, glasses, a green shirt, a blue skirt, pink socks and black shoes.
  • Matilda is the somewhat more annoying girlfriend of Walter the Softy. Despite bearing an eerie resemblance to him, she is a redhead who speaks with a lisp and wears a schoolgirl's uniform. In one story, she angrily slams the door in Walter's face after Walter, who has lost his glasses, brings her a bunch of ragged nettles and dandelions. This proves her short tempered attitude.
  • Matilda is a 1996 American fantasy film directed by Danny DeVito, based on the novel of the same name by Roald Dahl. The film was released by TriStar Pictures on August 2, 1996 and stars Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Embeth Davidtz, Pam Ferris and Mara Wilson as the title character.
  • La Heckler & Kotch VP70 conocida como Matilda en Resident Evil 4 es un arma de la saga de Resident Evil que posee la capacidad de disparar 3 balas de un tiro, esto lo convierte en un arma muy poderosa.
  • Matilda is a character in Plants vs. Zombies Adventures. She is rescued from the Plantagon Lot after obtaining the Fog-a-majig.
  • Matilda is the female counterpart of Matt in an alternate universe seen in "Mirror Mirror".
  • Matilda is a 2015 American fantasy-comedy film. This film based on Roald Dahl's novel of the same name. The films stars
  • Matilda (マチルダ Machiruda) is a major character from the Faerie story arc of Legend of Mana. Born into a family of priests in Gato, Matilda is a childhood friend of Daena, Escad and Irwin. As a child, she questioned the fate that awaited her as a result of the lineage that she was born into, a fact that proved instrumental in causing her to become immensely attracted to Irwin and his free way of life. A decade prior to the events of Legend of Mana, Matilda's elemental powers were taken by Irwin after their temple escape was stopped by Escad. She has aged drastically since then.
  • Nostalgia Chick: Lisa Simpsons of the world, you finally have a movie of your very own. Well... From, like...sixteen years ago. (Cut to the book cover and clips of Matilda) NCh (vo): Matilda! Based on the children's book by Roald Dahl, writer of weird, unpleasant books and brought to the big screen by Danny DeVito, director of weird, unpleasant movies. In this movie, evil monstrous teachers abuse kids horribly for no reason, a fat kid is forced to gorge himself and it's gross, crappy cars are sold for unreasonable prices and television is very, very bad. It is a foul, nasty dark movie and of course, kids absolutely loved it. I mean, of course they did, it's about a genius little girl who develops psychic powers and embarrasses her stupid jerk parents and gives comeuppance to her cruel, bul
  • Matilda is an extraordinarily intelligent girl, but is ignored by her stepparents Harry and Zinnia and bullied by her stepbrother Michael. When Matilda is left home, she spends the time going to the library reading books. One day, her father punishes her for being a "smart alec" and sends her to her room, prompting her to get revenge by dying her father's hair blonde, and then gluing his hat to his head after he reveals how he sells used cars to customers, which is illegal. Despite not knowing she did it, he takes his anger out on her, horribly tearing up her library book and forcing her to watch the TV. The TV then explodes, the first sign she has telekinesis powers, but her parents blame the TV.
  • Matilda first appears in A Friend in Deed, walking through Ponyville as Pinkie Pie tells her, "Miss Matilda, happy birthday to you... in one hundred and thirty two days!" Matilda responds, "Pinkie Pie! How do you remember everything about everypony?" Pinkie says it's because everyone is her friend.
  • Matilda is the oldest and dearest friend of Count von Count, as seen in episode 3253 of Sesame Street. As young children, the two were the best of friends. Together, the attended Counting School, Counting Camp and were partners in the Counting Scouts. But, she and her parents moved to Melbourne, Australia, separating her and the Count. Over the years, they have reunited, treating each "Hello" as a precious moment in their friendship (and another thing for them to count). They then immediately exchange goodbyes (in a variety of languages), knowing that the sooner they depart, they sooner they can get together again. The episode shows their 103rd time performing this ritual.
  • Matilda (occasionally nicknamed Tildy) was one of the original four House Robots that appeared in the UK TV game show Robot Wars. Present in all series of the UK series and all international versions, Matilda was initially infamous for her unreliability and susceptibility to being attacked by competitor robots, eventually being destroyed by Razer at the end of the Series 4 Southern Annihilator. However, upgrades to her pneumatic tusks and the replacement of her original chainsaw with a vertical flywheel enabled her to become one of the more destructive House Robots in later series.
  • Matilda was a house robot that originally appeared on the TV show Robot Wars . Her original appearance was based on a "mutant alien dinosaur". She was equipped with lifting tusks and originally equipped with a chainsaw during the first four series of the TV show however she was given a flywheel series 5 onwards. Nower days she is much heavier than her TV show counterpart and has more improved weaponry and armour.
  • She is actually the famous thief, Fouquet, and would turn walls and doors into dirt and steal valuables from nobles' homes. She has a childish side implied by leaving messages whenever she completes a robbery. After she obtains the "Staff of Destruction", but it ends up that she can not use it, she is arrested, but is later busted out. Fouquet is a member of the Reconquista, and so she is ordered to stall Saito and Guiche, so that Wardes can get away with Louise, so that they may use her. Wardes is revealed as a traitor and an ally to Fouquet.
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Level
  • Triangle
Province
Alignment
  • Good
specialAttack
  • Unknown
Strengths
  • Powerful weaponry and tough exoskeleton
Known Users
  • St. Gloriana
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Płeć
  • Female
Row 4 info
Dubbing
  • TBA
Luck Skill
  • -
Obtain
  • Evolution
  • Hatcher
headerfontcolor
  • #534425
Row 1 info
  • 2012-10-11
  • Unknown
  • 120.0
Max Luck
  • 72
  • 90
Examine
  • A subject of Etceteria.
Plik
  • Matilda new.png
eliminacja
  • TBA
BOH
  • 30
Row 4 title
  • Next Review
  • Strengths:
Rodzina
  • TBA
Sling
  • Bounce
HistoryText
  • Matilda is the somewhat more annoying girlfriend of Walter the Softy. Despite bearing an eerie resemblance to him, she is a redhead who speaks with a lisp and wears a schoolgirl's uniform. In one story, she angrily slams the door in Walter's face after Walter, who has lost his glasses, brings her a bunch of ragged nettles and dandelions. This proves her short tempered attitude.
Oczy
  • Black
Bump Combo
  • 30
  • Attacks upward with a medium-sized elemental laser.
Wrogowie
  • TBA
Row 2 info
  • 30.0
  • 'The Vicar in white'
  • 993.0
przyjaciele
przezwiska
  • TBA
Row 6 info
związki
  • TBA
Row 1 title
  • Released
  • Portrayed by
  • Weight:
JP Name
  • マチルダⅡ
Row 5 info
Miejsce
  • TBA
Lęki
  • TBA
Row 2 title
  • Running time
  • Appeared on
  • Size:
Row 6 title
  • Commentary
ATK
  • 14142
  • 25033
Włosy
  • Brown
Strike shot
  • Dodge This! - 12 Turns
  • God Save the Queen - 14 Turns
  • Bashes the first contacted enemy and attacks with a jumbo missile.
  • Bashes the first contacted enemy and attacks with a large cannon.
Sprite
robot name
  • Matilda
Row 5 title
  • Link
  • Weakness:
Drużyna
  • TBA
spd
  • 125.830000
  • 138.900000
Quest
Row 3 info
Row 3 title
  • Previous review
  • Weapons:
To Evo
  • 30
CurrentAlias
  • Matilda
maincaption
  • Matilda in A Friend in Deed
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Category
  • Body Part
  • Badguy/Spider/Boss
Affinity
  • Earth Class Magic uses a Golem
Editor
Box Title
  • Matilda
Relatives
Music By
Voice
Job
  • Chambermaid
Element
  • 25
Cast
Faction
  • Alliance
  • Gato
Pattern
Team
  • Killer Catwalks center|150px
Portrayer
  • Josie Lawrence
Eyes
Residence
Date
  • 1988-10-01
Origin
  • Normal human birth
  • Locksley
Dimensions
  • 140
Skills
  • still able to use magic
Power
  • 12
Kind
Age
  • 23
Speed
  • 8.0
  • 14.0
  • *26 km/h *14 km/h
mainwidth
  • 180
Series
  • 1
  • add name of series, if appropriate
  • Married...with Children
Runtime
  • 5880.0
Status
  • Dead
  • Deceased
  • Unknown
Producer
Affiliation
Aged
  • 200
  • Official artwork of Matilda from Legend of Mana.
First Appearance
  • "Mirror Mirror"
Secondary Armament
  • 1
Hair
  • Red
  • Gray
Actor
Country
Name
  • Matilda
  • Longueville/Fouquet -- Matilda of Sachsen-Gotha
  • Matilda's Body
  • Matilda's Brain
  • Matilda's Claw
  • Matilda's Skull
  • Matilda's Tail
Genre
  • Fantasy
Type
  • Power
  • Unknown
Portrait
Caption
  • Matilda in 2016
  • Matilda, played by Danica Sheridan
First
  • [[w:c:beano:Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
Sex
  • Female
Function
  • Weapon Rental for Internet Cafe
FirstApp
  • TNSDMovies: The Secret of Shark Island
Eliminated
  • ?
Region
Hometown
  • Unknown
MainTitle
  • Donkey
encyclopaediatext
  • A decade ago her powers were taken by Irwin after their temple escape was stopped by Escad. She has aged drastically since then.
  • Born into a family of priests in Gato, she began to question the life that awaited her. Matilda became attracted to Irwin and his free way of life.
dutch series
  • 1
us series
  • 1
german series
  • 1
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Gauge
  • -
Language
  • English
Author
Ability
  • Nebulan Slayer L
  • Nebulan Slayer XL
Members
  • Yes
Relationship
  • None
cinematographer
  • Stefan Czapsky
Weight
  • 27
  • 116.0
  • 350.0
Preceded By
  • add name of preceding book in series
Production
  • 1937
backcolor
  • 993399
Voice Actor
Update
  • Throne Of Miscellania
Shop
  • No
Played By
Species
  • Human
Title
  • Matilda
  • Longueville/Fouquet
  • Matilda II Mk.III/IV
  • Priestess of Gato
  • The Seventh Wisdom
Weapons
  • Pneumatic Flipping Tusks and rear-mounted Vertical Flywheel
PlaceOfBirth
  • Britain
Rank
  • 41
Enemies
Image size
  • 200
  • 320
Citizenship
  • British
Armour
  • Turret Front: 75mm Side: 75mm Back: 75mm Hull Front: 78mm Side: 40mm Side Skirt: 25mm Back: 55mm
Class
  • Concordi
Description
  • Obese female customer who, along with several other women, put Al on a "kangaroo court" of sorts for his insults towards their weight when they come into the shoe store to shop
Performer
Weaknesses
  • Prone to flipping
AKA
  • None
Gross
  • 6.1405356E7
Symbol
  • 60
Studio
length/width/height
  • 151.2
Main Armament
  • 1
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temp
  • Young Matilda ID S2E18.png
Hobbies
  • Get back her noble pass
Japanese
  • N/A
Image
  • Matilda Mk.III.png
Universe
  • DC Thomson
User
  • *20px|link= Koala Forest High School *20px|link= St. Gloriana Girls High School *West Kureouji Grona Academy
Character
Last Appearance
  • "The End"
mane
JP
  • 344
  • 345
Distributor
Illustrator
Number of Pages
  • add no. of pages
RuneName
  • Fouquet of the Crumbling Earth
Occupation
  • Traveling Merchant
  • Secretary to Old Osmand / thief
Episodes
  • 2
Services
Debut
  • 1994
Family
HP
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 1000
  • 6873
  • 11774
  • Invincible
Release
  • 2004-11-29
Country of origin
  • 20
Engine
  • Leyland E148/149 V6 Liquid Cooled Engine
Talent
  • TBA
Published
  • 1988-10-01
Friends
  • None
Place
  • ?
Image File
  • Matilda 2.jpg
  • UUUUU.jpg
Gender
  • Female
Race
RealName
  • Matilda Quinn
coat
  • Grayish amber with a pale, light grayish amber muzzle
HeaderColor
  • #B8A05F
NEXT
TEXTCOLOR
  • ffffff
Rating
  • 3
  • -
Budget
  • 3.6E7
Youth
  • 200
  • Official artwork of Matilda as a youth from Legend of Mana.
Director
Followed By
  • add name of next book in series
Armament
  • 2987
Main
  • Matilda ID S2E18.png
English
  • N/A
ISBN
  • add international standard book number
Designer
  • Vulcan Foundry
Location
wikipage disambiguates
tempcaption
  • Young Matilda in a flashback
first anime
  • N/A
tempwidth
  • 160
first manga
temptitle
  • Younger
scan text
  • DANGER: Do not use unless you know what you are doing! This is Matilda's brain.
  • DANGER: Do not use unless you know what you are doing! This is Matilda's left/right claw.
  • DANGER: Do not use unless you know what you are doing! This is Matilda's body.
  • Here's something shocking: Matilda was originally much much tougher than she is now. Much. I toned her down a lot due to feedback and being unable to beat her myself. She's the toughest and most interesting boss because she was the first one I made, and I spent forever planning her out. The name, "Matilda, Queen Of Chaos" is the name of a friend of mine .
  • DANGER: Do not use unless you know what you are doing! This is Matilda's skull.
  • DANGER: Do not use unless you know what you are doing! This is Matilda's tail.
Misc Info
  • Matilda's tail firest small red bullets at the player, the number of which increases greatly once her skull is destroyed.
  • Matilda's left and right claw are seperate "body part" monsters, but behave the same and look like mirrored versions of each other. The claws will attack the player when they get near and protect Matila's head.
  • Matilda's skull is the second stage of her head, which acts as the "boss core". This and Matilda's brain are the only parts of her that work when placed as seperate monsters.
  • Matilda's body is required for her to move around. Although it is invincible, it will explode when her head is destroyed.
  • Matilda's exposed brain is the third and final stage of her head, which acts as the "boss core". This and Matilda's skull are the only parts of her that work when placed as seperate monsters.
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  • [Comic Story #16: "The Airborne Bathysphere Caper".]
  • To be updated... eventually.
  • Matilda is an orange-haired woman who served as second-in-command to General Logi. When it came to Lotarus' attack on Rosekstan's capital, she used her shadow to get General Logi out of there. When Delphinium and Deathroy infiltrated General Logi's hideout, she used her shadow to teleport Delphinium out of the base and briefly engaged her before teleporting away. When Matilda planned on using the Sleipnir's laser cannon on the wall Rudolph brought up, which would end up destroying a nearby village, Shu ended up fighting her and managed to use the Noi/Blue Dragon's ability to block the attack which overloaded Sleipnir's cannon. Matilda later operated Sleipnir during the final battle with Rudolph.
  • matilda is a green number 0 . she and 0 have a crush on each other.
  • Matilda is a children's novel written by British author Roald Dahl. It was published in 1988 by Jonathan Cape in London, with 232 pages and illustrations by the notable illustrator Quentin Blake. The story is about Matilda Wormwood, an extraordinary child with ordinary and rather unpleasant parents. It was adapted into an audio reading by Joely Richardson, a film in 1996, a two-part adaptation for BBC Radio 4 (later re-broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra) starring Nicola McAuliffe as Matilda and narrated by Lenny Henry. In 2010, it was adapted into a musical.
  • Matilda es la esposa del aldeano Gerard. Gerard perdió su libro mayor al ser asaltado por Menag, mientras Arthas estaba en Strahnbrad. Arthas asesinó a Menag y le devolvió el libro a Gerard. Quizás ella y su esposo Gerard lograron escapar de Lordaeron en la Expedición Humana de Jaina antes de que el Azote destruyera Lordaeron. Categoría:Strahnbrad Categoría:Personajes de Warcraft III Categoría:Humanos
  • Matilda is the woman who Alice Horton mistook for Geraldine's granny. She was only in the show for less than 10 seconds as Hugo Horton quickly ushered her out when he realised they had the wrong woman.
  • Nostalgia Chick: Lisa Simpsons of the world, you finally have a movie of your very own. Well... From, like...sixteen years ago. (Cut to the book cover and clips of Matilda) NCh (vo): Matilda! Based on the children's book by Roald Dahl, writer of weird, unpleasant books and brought to the big screen by Danny DeVito, director of weird, unpleasant movies. In this movie, evil monstrous teachers abuse kids horribly for no reason, a fat kid is forced to gorge himself and it's gross, crappy cars are sold for unreasonable prices and television is very, very bad. It is a foul, nasty dark movie and of course, kids absolutely loved it. I mean, of course they did, it's about a genius little girl who develops psychic powers and embarrasses her stupid jerk parents and gives comeuppance to her cruel, bullying principal. What kid wouldn't wanna watch that? NCh: Yes, people seem to react very passionately to this movie. They either love it... (Cut to Nella, lying on her bed, clutching a copy of the book) Nella: (sighs) Perfect... Perfect... (Cut back to Nostalgia Chick) NCh: Or they learn to keep their mouths shut about it in the interests of their personal safety. (Cut to the Nostalgia Critic, yelling out his window at an angry mob) Nostalgia Critic: Alright, fine, fine! I won't do the Matilda review! Just for God's sakes. stop using that voodoo doll on my genitals! (gunshot sound is heard and NC screams while reeling away from the window) NCh: But is the movie any good? Well, get ready to drop your champagne glasses and pop your monocles 'cos here's my big damn controversial opinion on Matilda: It's.......okay. (Cut to more clips from the movie) NCh (vo): But you can see why it has such a cult following. Most kids' movies are very quickly licensed crap thrown together because kids are stupid and they'll watch anything. (Image of the various Disney Sequels) Do I need to bring up the Disney sequels again? NCh: But I would be loathed to lump Matilda in with that sort of children's movie, and there is art in it, and the filmmakers clearly cared about staying true to Roald Dahl and his characters. NCh (vo): You can see it in the cinematography, for instance. Look at the careful use of Dutch angles to imply unpleasantness. (Cut to clips of Battlefield Earth) This was, of course, before Battlefield Earth came along and ruined Dutch angles forever. (Cut back to the Chick) NCh: And more to the point, Danny DeVito clearly wanted to do right by Roald Dahl (grumbles) Roald Dahl... (Cut to clips from the film) NCh (vo): Except for the country in which the film takes place, of course. All American now! (slipping into an English accent) Well, except the bad guy, of course. The Trunchbull: You can't handle the little viper so you're trying to foist her off on one of the other teachers! NCh (vo): (Sinister English cackle) (in normal voice) So the plot is this: It's basically a biopic about a young girl with terrible, horrible parents, who not only teaches herself how to read but also to be a decent person. And, uh, develops telekinesis. When she eventually convinces her awful father to let her go to school, she finds a friend in the wonderful, perfect teacher, Miss Honey, and an enemy in the child-loathing principal, the Trunchbull. (Cut back to the Chick) NCh: I mean it's not bad, it's just not great either, it's kind of muddled. For instance, I kind of question Danny DeVito's decision to play the evil, horrible father and also the kind, understanding, sympathetic narrator. (Cut to clips from the movie) Narrator: Sometimes, Matilda longed for a friend. Someone like the kind, courageous people in her books. NCh (vo): (Impersonating DeVito's narration) And then kind, smart Matilda was yelled at by...me. And then Matilda felt bad. I continued to be a stupid asshole who didn't understand my perfect daughter. (Cut back to the Chick) NCh: But you know what? I do like the Trunchbull. And I don't think Roald Dahl was being fair to her at all. She's kind of a badass. (Cut to clips of the movie) NCh (vo): She's an Olympian, a homeowner and a business owner - I mean, I assume that the school she runs is both private and for profit - And she works day in and day out to stay in peak athletic shape. And she's made the decision to remain unmarried and child-free to keep little horrors in their place and we're supposed to take this like it's a bad thing? (Cut back to the Chick) NCh: The movie never tells us why she hates children. Maybe having never been a child herself when she went to school, she was bullied by the children being the only non-child in a group full of children and therefore developed a very understandable resentment of them. And based on the framing of the movie, I get the impression that we're supposed to side against the child-hating Trunchbull? The Trunchbull: They're all mistakes, children. Filthy, nasty things, glad I never was one. NCh: But according to the ACLU and the mandate from my executive producers, I am not allowed to one-sidedly hate all children or the Southern Poverty Law Centre is going to label me as a hate group...again, so I brought in my new neighbor who apparently...likes children...? (camera pans across to reveal "Neighbor", her hair tied back and wearing thick glasses) "Neighbor": Yes, children are okay by me. NCh: Good! Okay. So here's my thing. (Cut to the book cover and clips from the movie) NCh (vo): There's a big difference between books and movies in terms of audience. Books have to have reading levels, but film is a different language altogether. (Cut to clips from WALL-E and The Little Mermaid) Take movies like WALL-E or most Disney movies for that matter. They have a broad appeal and are comprehensible to pretty much anyone over the age of 5. (Cut to clips from Matilda and briefly Transformers) But books have a different language to film, which is part of why adapting a book to a film is so friggin' hard. So what you see in a lot of movies made only for kids are a lot of reductionism and moral black and white-ness 'cos that's what kids respond to, especially boys. In a way, movies for children are easier to write because they're colored with black and white, no shades of gray. In other words, they have nothing in common with reality. (Cut back to Mara and the Chick) "Neighbor": That sweater was so fucking itchy... NCh: (beat) Well, anyway... (Cut to clip of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) Mrs Teavee: I serve all his TV dinners right here. He's never even been to the table. (Cut to Matilda before going back to Mara and the Chick) NCh: Do movies made exclusively for children have anything to offer for non-children? "Neighbor": I think you might be overthinking it. NCh: Well, shit, that was my only talking point. "Neighbor": Well, we need movies that speak to a child's world view. See, a child's world view is still developing. (Cut to clips of Matilda, briefly Sesame Street and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) "Neighbor": So you need something empowering and encouraging to bridge between Dora the Explorer and Sesame Street which exist to teach basic things like language and math, and the media that they're gonna take in their teens and so on. NCh (vo): Dahl's characters come in two flavours: Flawless cherub cast out of Heaven, or Satan. Or in the case of Willy Wonka: God? Dahl doesn't give a crap if you're prejudiced against cats, or gum-chewers, or whatever. Hell, he encourages it. Reporter: Love to watch TV, Mike? Mike Teavee: You bet! (Cut back to Mara and the Chick) NCh (vo): What I'm trying to intellectualize is: I don't see why adults like it, unless you're, like, a fan of Danny DeVito or Paul Reubens or....what's-her-face..... The drama club C-list Lindsay Lohan. Although you do have to admit, she pulls the dead-eyed hollow look very convincingly. "Neighbor": (chuckles before loudly cackling and abruptly stopping) That was funny. I mean, nobody's forcing you to find something about this movie and like it. NCh: No, actually, they kind of are. 'Cos you know, everyone was like 'you should review this! but if you say anything negative about this movie, I will cut you!' I mean, my former male counterpart was really really really scared of Matilda fans, justifiably so. "Neighbor": As well they should be! (whips the glasses off and shakes her hair loose to reveal...) NCh: (beat) I don't get it. (... "neighbor" tweaks her fringe to reveal MARA WILSON!!) NCh: (gasp) Twist! Mara: Yes, it was I who was your C-list drama club Lindsay Lohan all this time! NCh: That is an incredible coincidence that we're neighbors! Mara: I know. (her eyes begin to glow and her voice takes on a demonic tone) And now I shall take my revenge on you, and your entire website! Right after this. (Commercial break) NCh: OK, so not to like, disrupt your unholy rage or anything but..... You've got boobs now and that's kinda weird to me 'cos you're like a child star and I didn't think you'd actually hit puberty. That's not weird, is it? Mara: No, actually, I get that a lot. Anyway.... (shifts into demon mode) Now I must take my REVENGE! NCh: Wait! Uh, don't you want to, like, give your take on the movie? You know, the film for which you are most remembered as an actor? Mara: Well, actually I'm quite proud of the movie. I think Danny really cared about the source material and he stayed true to the voice and intention of Roald Dahl. NCh: Yep, he was a bitter, unpleasant man. Mara: (sighs disdainfully) NCh: He was, by all accounts! Mara: And by all accounts, so are you! NCh: And? (cut to Dahl's other book covers) NCh (vo): I find that some of his children's lit is a little bit more palatable than others from a moralistic standpoint, and boy howdy, did he love his moralistic standpoints. Take Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG. See, The BFG, though less remembered, I kind of prefer over Charlie as a children's book because it very much gets into the idea of children's fears, the fear of being small and challenges children have to overcome. (Cut to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) Charlie I'm less fond of, because it's very 'if you raise your child in a certain way, your parenting is bad and you should feel bad,' Reporter: Mr Mike Teavee! Hey Mike, do you think we might shut that thing off? Mike Teavee: No! Are you crazy? NCh (vo): Gee, Roald Dahl, it's almost like you hate television or something. (Cut to Matilda) NCh (vo): You see a bit of that with Matilda in the Wormwoods. Harry Wormwood: Why would you wanna read when you got the television set sittin' right in front of ya? Mara (vo): On the other hand, most of his books are kind of progressive in that he never seems to buy into the whole 'respect one's elders' thing. Scenes you push in a lot of other children's books. He judges the hell out of certain types of parents in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and in Matilda, he advocates the idea that some people are just shitty parents. And at the end of the book, Matilda divorces them. (Cut back to Mara and the Chick) NCh: So I guess it was to Mr Dahl's advantage that he sympathized with children more than literally every other living creature. Mara: It is possible that Dahl might have taken a issue with the depiction of the magic powers in the movie. I mean, in the book, it's not necessarily a culmination, it's more like a side effect of being smart and not having an outlet for that intelligence. (Cut to clip of Matilda bringing Lavender down from the ceiling) NCh (vo): And at the end of the movie, she's basically an X-Men. And make of that what you will. (Back to Mara and a bored-looking Nostalgia Chick who's drinking away) Mara: But it could be argued that the book takes a more deterministic point of view of Matilda's abilities while the movie takes a more libertarian view. And not libertarian in the political sense but in the meta-ethical sense. Because at the end of the movie, Matilda has the ability to choose, she has free will, she can choose what to do with her powers, whether she uses them for good or evil. And I don't know if that was necessarily Roald Dahl's intent, but I am a determinist myself in real life, so- NCh: OK, now we're overthinking it. Mara: Well, I've just spent a lot of time thinking about the philosophical implications of this movie, alright? NCh: Well, let's get down to brass tacks.Why do grown up people still really, aggressively, scarily like this movie? Mara: Well, I think as children and still as adults, they can relate to the characters. Especially Matilda and Miss Honey. I mean, there's Matilda and Miss Honey slash fan-fiction out there. Really, guys? Really? NCh: I dunno, I can kind of see it.... (Cut to a scene from the movie with a Kenny G's "Songbird" playing in the background) Miss Honey: What do you like to read? Matilda: Everything. I particularly like to read Dahl's Chickens.... Charles Dickens. I could read him every day. Miss Honey: So could I. (Cut back to Mara and the Chick, now talking over one another) Mara: Oh, no, not you too. NCh: I'm not, you know, into that! I'm just saying it's, you know- It's not- Mara: Oh, leave the 'love that dare not speak its name' nonsense to Oscar Wilde, alright? NCh: It's not fair, I mean with the delicate lighting.... The loving zoom.... Mara: This is Dahl we're talking about, not Nabokov! NCh: I know, but- Mr. DeVito... Mara: Do you? Do you now? Do you even know who that is? You probably can't say it: Nabokov! (Cut to clips from the movie) Mara (vo): I think a lot of people, girls especially, can relate to feeling ostracized and unappreciated. Especially the type who like to read. You don't see a lot of narratives that empathize with young, bookish types, except again, Lisa Simpson and Daria. (Cut back to the couch) NCh: But they don't have magic powers. So Matilda, it's a very flattering, unchallenging movie if you're eight. (Cut back to the movie) NCh (vo): It's like Home Alone with magic powers. And it does have some escapist fantasy moments, such as the many, many times Matilda gets back at adults, or especially the scene where they chase out the Trunchbull. (cut to Trunchbull being tossed out of the school by the students) "We just happened to bring all these water balloons today, yay!" It reminds me too of the marketing for the movie. This came out when Nickelodeon was really big on the whole 'kids rule' thing. In fact, I remember one of the trailers having a crowd of kids shout 'kids rule!' (Cut to a scene from aforementioned trailer) Kids: Kids rule! (Cut back to the couch) NCh: And I do like that this isn't necessarily a magical boy narrative, she's not the chosen one or whatever, she has a lot of potential and eventually she fulfills it. Like this is how right off the bat you can tell that Matilda is a super genius. (Cut to Matilda, aged about four, making pancakes) NCh (vo): Those pancakes are fluffy as fuck. Hot damn, I can't even make pancakes that perfect and I'm pushing thirty. (Cut back to Mara and the Chick) Mara: Although in the movie, Matilda's the only one with the power to challenge Trunchbull's authority, whereas in the book, Hortensia and some other characters do it too. NCh: So the movie makes the uber-special Matilda even more extra-special? Yeah, I guess the magical boy narrative isn't completely unescapable. It is quite lucrative. Right, Harry Potter? (Cut to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone) Hagrid: You're a wizard, Harry. NCh (vo): You're a Jesus, Harry. (Cut back to the couch) Mara: But one subtlety that I like is that in this film, everyone's gender is completely incidental. (Cut to clips from the movie) Mara (vo): It informs the characters, yes, but it doesn't define them. In a lot of ways, that makes Matilda a lot more sophisticated than a lot of Hollywood fare made for adults. It passes the Bechdel Test. The Trunchbull: You couldn't spell 'difficulty' if your life depended on it. NCh (vo): I like that the Trunchbull's a bad guy who just happens to be female. It's never played for laughs that she's unfeminine, she just does what she does and doesn't have any straw feminist battle cry. Kids: Mrs. C, Mrs. U, Mrs. L-T-Y! The Trunchbull: Why are all these woman married?! NCh (vo): Okay, most of the time. God dammit! (Cut back to the couch) NCh: So honestly what I'm finding from this conversation's more or less the same thing we discussed earlier. People liked it when they were eight, they still like it and they will cut you if you disagree with them. Mara: Well, is there anything wrong with that? A lot of kids that age may not be getting the encouragement they need, and this movie offers that sympathetic voice. I've heard from a lot of people that Matilda helped them to be comfortable with the people they would grow up to be. Nella: But you're both missing one thing! (Title card pops up, reading 'two hours of fangirl gushing later...') Nella: And that's why I loved and still love Matilda! And why I don't understand why you're just so..... 'Meh' about it! (runs away with a sob) NCh: Okay, so, Matilda pretty much has a value to its intended age group and that's.....okay? Mara: Good! I'm glad you're finally getting it. Mara: (shifts into demon form) Away, Now I must take MY REVENGE! NCh: Wait, what?! Mara: I YEARN FOR REVENGE! NCh: Where did this come from, I thought we were cool! Mara: Well you know how IMDb said I was dead a few years ago? NCh: No. But IMDb is the very worst so that doesn't surprise me at all. Mara: Well, the truth is, I did have to quit child-acting because of some otherworldly death thing only to come back later to have these special powers and everything in a constant quest for revenge and against....whatever. You know, revenge! NCh: So you did grow up to be Matilda what with the powers and everything! Mara: No, I'm not actually telekinetic, I'm so sick of people asking me that. Like, come on, it's a movie, you know? Besides, Matilda's good. I'm the one that's evil.... NCh: But you do have, like, the supernatural death glow. Mara: Yeah, it's some kind of otherworldly strength. Every time I get an emotion, my eyes kind of glow. But I can't actually move things with my mind, that's just ridiculous. And I'm supposed to use my powers on my constant quest for revenge. NCh: Yeah, that's kind of scary. Mara: Well, these days I mostly take my revenge on some morons on Twitter. (switches to demon form) AND THE NOSTALGIA CRITIC! NCh: Yeah, he's dead...technically. I think... Mara: What?! Aww, I was gonna destroy his ally to get to him! NCh: Ehh, well, 'ally' is kind of a strong word, but hey, I'm sure that there's some, like, epic battle we could come up with, some legitimate reason to hate each other. Mara: No, it's not the same.... It was so organic with Nostalgia Critic. NCh: Yeah, I know what you mean. Mara: We could fight over which of us is hotter. NCh: Nah, the Internet's gonna do that anyway... Nella: Don't you realize? (A kazoo rendition of Battle Hymn of the Republic starts up) Nella: You are one. A former child star and an internet celebrity? You two are the lowest of the low, there are no two more looked down upon entities in this entire world! You are somewhere between sitcom moms who now do Save the Children commercials....and Andy Dick. That's why you need to join your forces and use your powers for good! (the music stops as Nella suddenly stares at Mara) Nella: Holy shit, Matilda... You've got a great rack...! NCh: (trying to hold Nella back from groping Mara) No-! (Credits roll) NC: (Yelling out of his window) Fine! Fine! I won't review Matilda! I'll just do a Let's Play of Bart's Nightmare! How about that? (Crowd cheers) Nostalgia Critic: Yeah, yeah, you people know what's best. (stalks off)
  • Matilda is a boss monster in Dr. Lunatic and Dr. Lunatic Supreme With Cheese. She is the boss of the Spooky Forest world and was the only boss that could be fought in the original Dr. Lunatic demo. Before the release of the Fun Pack, she was widely regarded the most difficult boss in the game; that spot has since been taken by Matilda-X.
  • During the Royal Trouble quest, players must find her hat, which was taken by a group of disguised teenagers led by Armod.
  • Matilda (マチルダ Machiruda) is a major character from the Faerie story arc of Legend of Mana. Born into a family of priests in Gato, Matilda is a childhood friend of Daena, Escad and Irwin. As a child, she questioned the fate that awaited her as a result of the lineage that she was born into, a fact that proved instrumental in causing her to become immensely attracted to Irwin and his free way of life. A decade prior to the events of Legend of Mana, Matilda's elemental powers were taken by Irwin after their temple escape was stopped by Escad. She has aged drastically since then. Matilda later reappears in Sword of Mana as the last wisdom that can be acquired by players. She functions as the wisdom of Light in this game.
  • Matilda is Valanice's lady-in-waiting and has been since Valanice was a little girl. She was originally from Kolyma.
  • Matilda is Claymore No. 41 of Clare's generation.
  • Matilda is a chambermaid.
  • Matilda is Irene's gigantic pink pet bunny. In Challenge Room: Guess Who's Coming for Dinner?, you have to get 6 or more snack-sized Sack-Things to make her fall into a "food coma" to please Irene, her owner.
  • She's a German-accented woman who used to work as a security guard at Edge City Bank, but quit the job after the Mask showed up at the bank and scared her away while she were handling some bank robbers.
  • Matilda "Tilda" Lea (Moore in the miniseries) is the wife of Chicken George and mother of Tom and Lewis. She is also the grandmother of Cynthia and Elizabeth, and the great-grandmother of Bertha George Palmer and the great-great-grandmother of Alex, George and Julius Hayley.
  • Matilda (occasionally nicknamed Tildy) was one of the original four House Robots that appeared in the UK TV game show Robot Wars. Present in all series of the UK series and all international versions, Matilda was initially infamous for her unreliability and susceptibility to being attacked by competitor robots, eventually being destroyed by Razer at the end of the Series 4 Southern Annihilator. However, upgrades to her pneumatic tusks and the replacement of her original chainsaw with a vertical flywheel enabled her to become one of the more destructive House Robots in later series. In addition to her role in the main series, Matilda also regularly appeared in numerous side competitions, notably Robotic Soccer in Series 3 and both the Series 3 and 4 Pinball tournaments. Her design takes inspiration from a mutant alien dinosaur, and is perpetuated in the Robot Wars Technical Manual to be a biomechanical creature unearthed from a lost Atlantean civilisation. Jonathan Pearce often described Matilda the 'Matriarch of Mayhem' across the UK series in recognition of her being the only female House Robot.
  • Matilda may refer to: * The * Matilda Honey (Matilda) from Wellspring * Matilda Honey (Agent Honey) from Rainbow * Matilda Honey (Tilly) from Syntropy
  • Matilda was a portly female character who appeared in two episodes of Married...with Children; first, in the Season 9 episode titled "A Shoe Room with a View" and then in "Crimes Against Obesity" in Season 11. The part of Matilda is played in the episodes by Danica Sheridan, who also appears as Belinda, another portly customer, in "I Can't Believe It's Butter" Season 10.
  • Matilda first appears in A Friend in Deed, walking through Ponyville as Pinkie Pie tells her, "Miss Matilda, happy birthday to you... in one hundred and thirty two days!" Matilda responds, "Pinkie Pie! How do you remember everything about everypony?" Pinkie says it's because everyone is her friend. Pinkie later brings Matilda to Cranky Doodle Donkey's home, having deduced that she was the "special friend" Cranky had spoken of earlier. Pinkie explains that she saw similar memorabilia to that in Cranky's scrapbook before, in Matilda's scrapbook. Cranky starts telling how his night with Matilda at the Grand Galloping Gala was the best night of his life, accompanied by a black-and-white flashback. After the Gala, Cranky comes to Matilda's room, but doesn't find her, though Matilda left him a note which he never saw. He says he spent the rest of his days going from town to town searching for her, and she replies that she was in Ponyville the whole time, and that she always hoped he'd one day find her. She affectionately calls him "Doodle," and Pinkie awkwardly tells her, "Nopony calls him Doodle," though Cranky replies, "Nopony... but Matilda." Matilda kisses him, putting a huge smile on his face. They both enter Cranky's house, and while leaning in for a kiss, Pinkie interrupts them with a song. They both reprimand her, and she apologizes and leaves.
  • The Infantry Tank Mark II "Matilda" was a British infantry tank that saw action in the early part of Second World War. In the anime, it appeared in a flash-forward in Episode 1, and was first seen during Episode 3.
  • Matilda is an extraordinarily intelligent girl, but is ignored by her stepparents Harry and Zinnia and bullied by her stepbrother Michael. When Matilda is left home, she spends the time going to the library reading books. One day, her father punishes her for being a "smart alec" and sends her to her room, prompting her to get revenge by dying her father's hair blonde, and then gluing his hat to his head after he reveals how he sells used cars to customers, which is illegal. Despite not knowing she did it, he takes his anger out on her, horribly tearing up her library book and forcing her to watch the TV. The TV then explodes, the first sign she has telekinesis powers, but her parents blame the TV. Her parents finally enroll her to Crunchem Hall Elementary School. Matilda immediately becomes friends with a girl named Lavender, but is warned by an older girl named Hortensia that the children are menaced by the principal, Miss Agatha Trunchbull. Hortensia tells stories of how the Trunchbull threw a boy out the window for eating candy during class, and also that she has a tortue device she puts children in called "the Chokey." The Trunchbull's behavior is confirmed when she throws a girl named Amanda Thripp over the fence for having pigtails. Matilda's teacher, Miss Jennifer Honey, is kind and is astounded by Matilda's intellect, and asks the Trunchbull to move her up several grades, but the Trunchbull, having been sold a car by Harry and been told horrble stories of Matilda, believes Jenny wants to get rid of her and she is dismissed. Jenny then tries talking to Matilda's parents, but they make it clear they don't care about their daughter at all. The Trunchbull holds an assembly and accuses a boy, Bruce Boggtrotter, of eating her chocolate cake, which he did. The Trunchbull then makes him eat a whole cake. Bruce has difficulty but is urged on by the class. He finally does eat the whole cake, and an enraged Trunchbull forces the assembly to stay five hours after school to copy from the dictionary. When Matilda returns home, she notices two FBI agents watching the Wormwoods, trying to catch them selling used cars, but her family is convinced they are speedboat sailsmen. At school, Matilda is put in the Chokey by the Trunchbull in response to finding out her father sold her a used car, but she is released by Jenny. Lavender puts a newt in the Trunchbull's water jug, but the Trunchbull blames Matilda, and Matilda uses her telekinesis powers to tip the glass over onto the Trunchbull, prompting her to leave, embarrassed. Matilda tells Jenny, but is unable to do it a second time. Jenny invites Matilda to the Trunchbull's house, where she reveals she is the Trunchbull's niece, who's father died unexpectedly. The Trunchbull arrives and Jenny and Matilda escape. Matilda practices her telekinesis powers, and drives off the FBI agents. She leaves the house at night and goes to the Trunchbull's house, where she torments her with her telekinesis powers. As she leaves, she leaves behind her red ribbon, which the Trunchbull finds. Matilda gives Jenny her doll and a chocolate and demonstrates her powers before the Trunchbull arrives and accuses Matilda of entering her house, to which Jenny accidently reveals she is the Trunchbull's niece in front of the class. Matilda then uses her powers to lift a piece of chalk and write on the blackboard, pretending to be Magnus's ghost, causing the Trunchbull to faint. She wakes up and throws a boy out the window, but Matilda sends him flying back into the Trunchbull, knocking her down. She then tries to tackle Lavender, but Matilda lifts her into the air and the Trunchbull crashes into the hallway. The children then pelt her with their food, joined by every kid in the school, and drive her away, ending her menace. Matilda is visiting Jenny when the Wormwoods arrive, being chased by the FBI, and are moving the Guam. Matilda wants to stay with Jenny, so the Wormwoods sign the adoption paper and drive away, leaving Matilda with Jenny. They then spend the time at home having fun, while Jenny becomes principal of Crunchem Hall Elementary School.
  • Matilda labelled The White Bird Kategoria:Epic Characters
  • Matilda was a house robot that originally appeared on the TV show Robot Wars . Her original appearance was based on a "mutant alien dinosaur". She was equipped with lifting tusks and originally equipped with a chainsaw during the first four series of the TV show however she was given a flywheel series 5 onwards. Nower days she is much heavier than her TV show counterpart and has more improved weaponry and armour. She made a appearances in the Dutch, German and American Robot wars. Matilda played only a minor role in Nickelodeon Robot Wars, as she was deemed "too powerful" by production. Out of the twenty-four battles held during the series, she only appeared in four of them.
  • Matilda, played by Josie Lawrence, is a character that appears in "Ducking and Diving". She is the mother of Rosa and gets captured by Guy of Gisborne and his men in order to cure Henry. When she helps Robin by temporarily silencing Henry (a messenger who is supposed to tell the seriff where the king will land when he returns to England), she is about to be tried for witchcraft, but Robin, Much, Will and Allan are able to save her. She is brought to the Outlaws' Camp, where her daughter Rosa has just given birth to a baby girl.
  • When Francine goes searching to rescue Steve after he is also caught shopliting after being encouraged by her in "Crotchwalkers", she runs into Matilda while posing as a goverment inspector. After disuading Matilda that she isn't their savior come to rescue all of the prisoners, she still promises to help her escape for her aid in locating Steve. Francine is forced to hide Steve under her skirt but he falls out, and they use one of Stan's grenades to blow their way out of the factory. Six months after their escape, Francine suddenly remembers her promise to help Matilda as she curses her for leaving her behind.
  • Matilda is the oldest and dearest friend of Count von Count, as seen in episode 3253 of Sesame Street. As young children, the two were the best of friends. Together, the attended Counting School, Counting Camp and were partners in the Counting Scouts. But, she and her parents moved to Melbourne, Australia, separating her and the Count. Over the years, they have reunited, treating each "Hello" as a precious moment in their friendship (and another thing for them to count). They then immediately exchange goodbyes (in a variety of languages), knowing that the sooner they depart, they sooner they can get together again. The episode shows their 103rd time performing this ritual. Her name is a reference to the Australian song "Waltzing Matilda."
  • Matilda is a Breton traveling merchant. She is found on the road near the Windy Glade Wayshrine.
  • She has orange hair, glasses, a green shirt, a blue skirt, pink socks and black shoes.
  • Matilda is the somewhat more annoying girlfriend of Walter the Softy. Despite bearing an eerie resemblance to him, she is a redhead who speaks with a lisp and wears a schoolgirl's uniform. In one story, she angrily slams the door in Walter's face after Walter, who has lost his glasses, brings her a bunch of ragged nettles and dandelions. This proves her short tempered attitude.
  • Matilda is a 1996 American fantasy film directed by Danny DeVito, based on the novel of the same name by Roald Dahl. The film was released by TriStar Pictures on August 2, 1996 and stars Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Embeth Davidtz, Pam Ferris and Mara Wilson as the title character.
  • La Heckler & Kotch VP70 conocida como Matilda en Resident Evil 4 es un arma de la saga de Resident Evil que posee la capacidad de disparar 3 balas de un tiro, esto lo convierte en un arma muy poderosa.
  • She is actually the famous thief, Fouquet, and would turn walls and doors into dirt and steal valuables from nobles' homes. She has a childish side implied by leaving messages whenever she completes a robbery. After she obtains the "Staff of Destruction", but it ends up that she can not use it, she is arrested, but is later busted out. Fouquet is a member of the Reconquista, and so she is ordered to stall Saito and Guiche, so that Wardes can get away with Louise, so that they may use her. Wardes is revealed as a traitor and an ally to Fouquet. During the final battle in episode 13 of season one, when Louise uses void magic, and Wardes dies, Matilda manages to escape. However, in the light novels, we see more of Matilda when she returns to Albion in Volume 11; more specifically, in the town of Westwood, where Tiffania lives. Mathilda is here stated as once being part of the high-class Albion nobility, being a friend of Tiffania as Mathildat's father was a viceroy who served Tiffania's father, the Archduke of Albion. Mathilda would bring money and groceries to Tiffania who lived with orphans in Westwood village. It was also said that Matilda had helped Tiffania escape and live away from the Albion soldiers. Mathilda cared for Tiffania and had a motherly attitude towards her. When Matilda returns to Tiffania's cottage, Saito and the gang (who were supposed to fetch Tiffania for her meeting with Henrietta) they meet Matilda having tea with Tiffania herself. Of course, misunderstandings arise and the two opposing parties readied their weapons. However, Tiffania stands in the middle, begging them to stop fighting (because she does not know about Matilda's "job" as Fouquet; Rather, Matilda tells her that she is a secretary at an academy, which was previously true, but it was merely a cover) because Tiffania looks up to Matilda as a dear sister in the light novels, while in the anime there is no mention of their relationship. After the hostilities, both parties decide to make up for the meanwhile for Tiffa's sake. Later that night, Matilda decides to leave the cottage, but leaves Saito some advice, noting that the next time they meet, they shall become enemies once more. Later in the novels, she continues to travel with Wardes (who did not die in the novels) as he researches the Void. As of Vol19, she is traveling with Wardes into the Sahara to retrieve Saito and Tiffania who were captured by the elves as ordered by Vittorio; if retrieving them alive wasn't possible then she and Wardes were to kill them to allow the power of the Void to pass on to the next Successor. Matilda and Wardes might be making a brief appearance in later novels, during the Romalia vs Gallia Arc.
  • Matilda is a character in Plants vs. Zombies Adventures. She is rescued from the Plantagon Lot after obtaining the Fog-a-majig.
  • Matilda is the female counterpart of Matt in an alternate universe seen in "Mirror Mirror".
  • Matilda is a 2015 American fantasy-comedy film. This film based on Roald Dahl's novel of the same name. The films stars
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