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  • Jacob Marley
  • Jacob Marley
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  • Jacob Marley était un personnage de fiction issu du roman "A Christmas Carol" de Charles Dickens, qui fut le partenaire d'affaires d'Ebenezer Scrooge. En 2367, Data incarnant le rôle de Scrooge dans un programme holographique recréant cette histoire, fut confronté dans une scène au fantôme de Marley pour étudier la peur et comment elle motiva Scrooge. (TNG: "Devil's Due")
  • Jacob Marley was one of the ghosts in The Real Ghostbusters in episode "Xmas Marks the Spot". He made a very brief appearance in the episode, so the least is known about him.
  • Jacob Marley is the long-deceased business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. He is a character from Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol and its many adaptations.
  • Jacob Marley is the long deceased business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. He is a character from Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol as well as the 2009 film. He is voiced by Gary Oldman, who also voices Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim.
  • Jacob Marley was a character in the Charles Dickens story A Christmas Carol. He was the partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. When Data was studying method acting in order to understand emotions, he used a holonovel of this story. He recreated Marley's ghost to study fear and how it motivated Scrooge. (TNG: "Devil's Due" ) Jacob Marley was portrayed by William Glover who received no credit for this part.
  • Jacob Marley is a CAW owned by Burb and wrestles in SDA and New-WWE.
  • In life, Marley was the business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. As teenagers, both men had been apprenticed in business and met as clerks (presumably in accounting) in another business. The firm of Scrooge and Marley was a nineteenth century financial institution, probably a counting house, as Marley refers to their offices as 'our money-changing hole'. They have become successful bankers, with seats on the London Stock Exchange; they are also stockholders and directors of at least one major association, but a vast amount of their wealth has been accumulated through usurious moneylending. Scrooge is described as Marley's "sole executor, his sole administrator, his sole assign, his sole residuary legatee, his sole friend, and sole mourner". He has been dead seven years by the time the story b
  • In life, Jacob Marley was the business partner of Ebeneezer Scrooge. As teenagers, both men had been apprenticed in business and met as clerks in another business. The firm of Scrooge and Marley was a nineteenth-century financial institution, probably a counting house, as Marley refers to their offices as 'our money-changing hole'. They became successful bankers, with seats on the London Stock Exchange. He was named after Marley Tunnel in Devon, just outside Totnes because of Dickens' fond holiday memories of the town.
  • Jacob Marley is an important character in A Christmas Carol and acts as a harbinger to Ebenezer Scrooge and a striking warning of the inevitable price that a life of evil can have on a man's very soul. However come one fateful Christmas Eve the ghost of Jacob Marley returns to haunt Scrooge and warn him of the horrors that await him in the afterlife due to his wicked ways. Jacob Marley's own punishment is depicted vividly as having to carry the chains of his own sin for all eternity while being tormented forevermore in an afterlife heavily implied to be either Purgatory or Hell.
  • In life, Marley was the business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. As teenagers, both men had been apprenticed in business and met as clerks in another business. The firm of Scrooge and Marley was a nineteenth-century financial institution, probably a counting house, as Marley refers to their offices as 'our money-changing hole.' They have become successful bankers, with seats on the London Stock Exchange. He was named after Marley Tunnel in Devon, just outside Totnes because of fond holiday memories of the town.
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Alliance
Appeared
Alignment
  • Neutral ; later Good
Goal
  • To prevent Scrooge from suffering the same fate as he did
  • To prevent Scrooge from suffering the same fate as he did.
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Row 1 info
  • Jacob Marley
Datestatus
  • 2367
ImageCap
  • The ghost of Jacob Marley
Dislikes
  • Scrooge's disobediance
  • Scrooge's disobedience , the poor people
Row 2 info
  • A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas.
type of villain
  • Noncorporeal, Harbinger
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
Row 3 info
  • Charles Dickens
Row 3 title
  • Created by
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Inspiration
  • Jacob Marley
Box Title
  • The Ghost of Jacob Marley
Voice
Goals
  • Become richer Save Scrooge of ending up like him
Birth Date
  • 1989-05-21
Origin
  • A Christmas Carol
Skills
  • Quite intelligent, very rich
Likes
  • Money
Status
  • Active
Appearance
  • Human Male
  • Slender, elderly, has misty flowing hair, wears a formal vest or waistcoat, bow tie, bandage that holds the jaw in place, spectral chains attached to strongboxes, greenish glow
  • A green misty ghost wearing chains with keys and chests.
Actor
Name
  • Jacob Marley
Personality
  • Cruel & selfish Worried
  • In life Greedy, selfish, amoral
  • in the afterlife Worried, nervous, helpful
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holoprogram
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Fate
  • Already dead, doomed to spend his afterlife wandering in remorse, bound in heavy chains with keys, chains, and chests.
  • Already dead, spent his afterlife bound in heavy chains with keys and chests.
  • Helps his friend Ebenezer Scrooge from having the same afterlife as he does.
Weight
  • 220.0
Alias
  • Mr. Marley
Model
  • Gary Oldman
Hobby
  • Hoarding money and destroying Christmas cheer , wander the world to pay for his sins
Birth Place
  • Arlington,Texas
Height
  • 6
Species
Weapons
  • Chains
Names
  • Jacob Marley
Image size
  • 225
Powers
  • Moving through walls and closed doors
Character
  • Jacob Marley
Occupation
  • Moneylender
  • Money launderer, Scrooge's partner and only friend
  • Moneylender Ghost
  • Partner of Ebenezer Scrooge
  • Scrooge's former partner
Debut
  • 2001
Fullname
  • Jacob Marley
Films
  • A Christmas Carol
Friends
Quote
  • "In life, I was your partner Jacob Marley."
  • "You will be haunted by three spirits."''
  • ''"I am here to warn you, that you have yet a chance and a hope of escaping my fate."
  • "I am here to warn you, that you have yet a chance and a hope of escaping my fate".
Trainer
Creator
Size
  • 300
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  • Jacob Marley était un personnage de fiction issu du roman "A Christmas Carol" de Charles Dickens, qui fut le partenaire d'affaires d'Ebenezer Scrooge. En 2367, Data incarnant le rôle de Scrooge dans un programme holographique recréant cette histoire, fut confronté dans une scène au fantôme de Marley pour étudier la peur et comment elle motiva Scrooge. (TNG: "Devil's Due")
  • Jacob Marley was one of the ghosts in The Real Ghostbusters in episode "Xmas Marks the Spot". He made a very brief appearance in the episode, so the least is known about him.
  • Jacob Marley is the long-deceased business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. He is a character from Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol and its many adaptations.
  • In life, Marley was the business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. As teenagers, both men had been apprenticed in business and met as clerks in another business. The firm of Scrooge and Marley was a nineteenth-century financial institution, probably a counting house, as Marley refers to their offices as 'our money-changing hole.' They have become successful bankers, with seats on the London Stock Exchange. He was named after Marley Tunnel in Devon, just outside Totnes because of fond holiday memories of the town. In A Christmas Carol, Marley is said to have died seven years earlier on Christmas Eve (as the setting is Christmas Eve 1843, this would have made the date of his passing December 24, 1836). It would be his ghost who would be Scrooge's first visitor (before the three other spirits to come). Marley preys upon Scrooge's mind in many different ways. The ghost maintains the same voice, hairstyle and sense of dress that he had in life, but is translucent. He wears a handkerchief tied about his jaws, and "captive, bound and double-ironed" with chains which are described as "long, and wound about him like a tail; it was made... of cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel." He often, in moments of great despair or impatience at Scrooge's scepticism, flings these upon the ground before him and almost induces his former partner "into a swoon." He explains that it is the chain he unknowingly forged himself in life, as a result of his extortionate behaviour. The ghost is also described as having "an infernal atmosphere of its own... its hair and skirts, and tassels, were still agitated as by the hot vapour from an oven." He despairs at his inability ever to find happiness in the mortal world or the next. As he spent his life on this Earth obsessing over money and mistreating the poor and wretched to fill his pocket, Marley is condemned as part of his "penance" to walk the earth for eternity never to find rest or peace, experiencing an "incessant torture of remorse." When the spectre asks, "Why do you doubt your senses?" Scrooge scoffs that "...a little thing affects them. A slight disorder of the stomach makes them cheat. You may be an undigested bit of beef, a blot of mustard, a crumb of cheese, a fragment of an underdone potato. There's more of gravy than of grave about you, whatever you are!" Later, more pointedly he says, "Humbug, I tell you! Humbug!" Marley's only reply is a spine-chilling howl that brings Scrooge to his knees, begging for mercy.
  • Jacob Marley is the long deceased business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. He is a character from Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol as well as the 2009 film. He is voiced by Gary Oldman, who also voices Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim.
  • Jacob Marley was a character in the Charles Dickens story A Christmas Carol. He was the partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. When Data was studying method acting in order to understand emotions, he used a holonovel of this story. He recreated Marley's ghost to study fear and how it motivated Scrooge. (TNG: "Devil's Due" ) Jacob Marley was portrayed by William Glover who received no credit for this part.
  • In life, Jacob Marley was the business partner of Ebeneezer Scrooge. As teenagers, both men had been apprenticed in business and met as clerks in another business. The firm of Scrooge and Marley was a nineteenth-century financial institution, probably a counting house, as Marley refers to their offices as 'our money-changing hole'. They became successful bankers, with seats on the London Stock Exchange. He was named after Marley Tunnel in Devon, just outside Totnes because of Dickens' fond holiday memories of the town. In A Christmas Carol, Jacob Marley is said to have died seven years earlier on Christmas Eve (as the setting is Christmas Eve 1843, this would have made the date of his passing December 24, 1836). It would be his ghost who would be Scrooge's first visitor (before the three other spirits to come). Jacob Marley preys upon Scrooge's mind in many different ways, notably his face manifesting on the knocker on Ebenezer Scrooge's front door and causing the bells in his house to ring. The ghost maintains the same voice, hairstyle and sense of dress that he had in life, but is translucent. He wears a handkerchief tied about his jaws, and "captive, bound and double-ironed" with chains which are described as "long, and wound about him like a tail; it was made... of cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel." He often, in moments of great despair or impatience at Scrooge's scepticism, flings these upon the ground before him and almost induces his former partner "into a swoon". He explains that it is the chain he unknowingly forged himself in life, as a result of his greed and selfishness. As he spent his life on this earth obsessing over money and mistreating the poor and wretched to fill his pocket, Marley is condemned as part of his "penance" to walk the earth for eternity never to find rest or peace, experiencing an "incessant torture of remorse." When the specter asks, "Why do you doubt your senses?" Scrooge scoffs that "...a little thing affects them. A slight disorder of the stomach makes them cheat. You may be an undigested bit of beef, a blot of mustard, a crumb of cheese, a fragment of an underdone potato. There's more of gravy than of grave about you, whatever you are!" Marley's only reply is a spine-chilling howl that brings Scrooge to his knees, begging for mercy. Marley tells Scrooge that he will be visited by three spirits, and admonishes his former partner to listen to what they have to say, or Scrooge will suffer Marley's fate; he says that Scrooge's chain was as heavy as his seven years earlier, and remarks that "you have laboured on it since — it is a ponderous chain!" Marley then departs into the night sky, surrounded by a countless horde of other spirits, some of whom were known to Scrooge when they were alive, all of them chained in a similar manner to Marley. Like Marley, they suffer endlessly as they struggle in vain to make up for their wasted lives by attempting to help a homeless mother and child.
  • Jacob Marley is a CAW owned by Burb and wrestles in SDA and New-WWE.
  • In life, Marley was the business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. As teenagers, both men had been apprenticed in business and met as clerks (presumably in accounting) in another business. The firm of Scrooge and Marley was a nineteenth century financial institution, probably a counting house, as Marley refers to their offices as 'our money-changing hole'. They have become successful bankers, with seats on the London Stock Exchange; they are also stockholders and directors of at least one major association, but a vast amount of their wealth has been accumulated through usurious moneylending. Scrooge is described as Marley's "sole executor, his sole administrator, his sole assign, his sole residuary legatee, his sole friend, and sole mourner". He has been dead seven years by the time the story begins.
  • Jacob Marley is an important character in A Christmas Carol and acts as a harbinger to Ebenezer Scrooge and a striking warning of the inevitable price that a life of evil can have on a man's very soul. In life, Jacob was the business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge and both men became successful bankers, stockholders and directors of at least one major association: however much of their wealth came from unfair taxing of the poor and vulnerable. Jacob Marley had died seven years prior to the beginning of the story and was so disliked by his fellow men that his sole mourner was said to be Scrooge himself. However come one fateful Christmas Eve the ghost of Jacob Marley returns to haunt Scrooge and warn him of the horrors that await him in the afterlife due to his wicked ways. Jacob Marley's own punishment is depicted vividly as having to carry the chains of his own sin for all eternity while being tormented forevermore in an afterlife heavily implied to be either Purgatory or Hell. At first Scrooge refuses to believe Marley is real but this simply causes Jacob to emit a terrible howl that puts Scrooge on his knees, begging forgiveness - however Jacob simply tells him that he will be visited by three ghosts before the night is done. Then the tormented spirit of Jacob Marley flies out of the window, accompanied by several other spirits, all chained in eternal torment as they vanish back into the abyss.
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