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  • Ruby Deagle
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  • - Ruby Deagle Ruby Deagle (played by Polly Holliday) is the secondary antagonist of Gremlins. She was a ruthless, cold-hearted woman, similar to Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol and Miss Almira Gulch from Wizard of oz,who had controlled the bank of Kingston Falls, and she was the only person in Kingston Falls who was very wealthy because she controlled everyone else's money. She is also a widow and her husband, Donald Deagle was a rich man too. He died from an unknown cause but left her with a large amount of money. Mrs. Deagle has a nephew named Douglas, as well.
  • Ruby Deagle (also known as Mrs. Deagle) is the tertiary antagonist of the 1984 hit film, Gremlins. She was portrayed by Polly Holliday.
  • Ruby Deagle was a ruthless, cold-hearted woman similar to Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol, who had controlled the bank of Kingston Falls, and she was the only person in Kingston Falls who was very wealthy because she controlled everyone else's money. She is also a widow. Her husband was a rich man known to the world as Donald Deagle. He died from an unknown cause but left her with a large amount of money. Mrs. Deagle has a nephew named Douglas, as well. Ruby Deagle is the main human antagonist of the film. BiographyEdit File:Placeholder
  • However after Billy broke the most important rule of taking care of the Mogwai (never feed them after midnight.) The mogwai turned into little green monsters called Gremlins who proceded to terrorize the town. Soon Stripe (the leader of the gremlins) along with a couple other of his companions happen to come across Mrs. Deagle's Mansion, and Stripe decides it is the perfect place to stir up some trouble. Meanwhile inside Mrs. Deagle is comforting her cats, but while she is doing this she hears Christmas carolers outside. Mrs. Deagle is an avid hater of Christmas and especially hates it when Christmas carolers come and sing at her door. So she grabs a bucket of icy water and goes outside to douse her visitors, only to find out the carolers are Gremlins! Suddenly frightened, she retreats int
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type of villain
  • Wealthy Villainess
Goals
  • Kill Billy Peltzer's dog Barney .
Origin
  • Gremlins
Skills
  • Money, power
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Alias
  • Mrs. Deagle
Hobby
  • Threatening to kill Barney.
Occupation
  • Owner of Kingston Falls bank
Fullname
  • Ruby Deagle
Size
  • 300
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  • - Ruby Deagle Ruby Deagle (played by Polly Holliday) is the secondary antagonist of Gremlins. She was a ruthless, cold-hearted woman, similar to Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol and Miss Almira Gulch from Wizard of oz,who had controlled the bank of Kingston Falls, and she was the only person in Kingston Falls who was very wealthy because she controlled everyone else's money. She is also a widow and her husband, Donald Deagle was a rich man too. He died from an unknown cause but left her with a large amount of money. Mrs. Deagle has a nephew named Douglas, as well.
  • Ruby Deagle was a ruthless, cold-hearted woman similar to Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol, who had controlled the bank of Kingston Falls, and she was the only person in Kingston Falls who was very wealthy because she controlled everyone else's money. She is also a widow. Her husband was a rich man known to the world as Donald Deagle. He died from an unknown cause but left her with a large amount of money. Mrs. Deagle has a nephew named Douglas, as well. Ruby Deagle is the main human antagonist of the film. BiographyEdit Mrs. Deagle first appeared in Gremlins holding a broken plastic snowman's head. She was in her usual grumpy mood. A local mother named Mrs. Harris and her two starving children requested to Mrs. Deagle to give them more time for her husband, Joe Harris to get more money, but Mrs. Deagle refused to wait on them, calling them "deadbeats". Mrs. Harris asked for mercy, saying, "But Mrs. Deagle, it's Christmas!", and Ms. Deagle responded, "Well, now you know what to ask Santa for, don't you?" She then approached Billy Peltzer, the bank account manager at her bank. Upon entering the bank, she asked Billy Peltzer for his dog, Barney, because she believed that Barney broke her imported Bavarian snowman. When she began to threaten him for the dog, Barney jumped out from underneath Billy's cubicle and "attacked her". She quickly got nasty and threatened both Billy and Barney, by growling, "I'll get you...When you least expect it! Oh my heart, oh my heart!" Later on, Billy secretly blamed her for Barney being tied up in Christmas lights (which was actually Stripe and his partners when they were Mogwai). Afterwards, when the gremlins were unleashed and attacked Kingston Falls, they killed her in their destructive manner. She was feeding her cats, Kopek and Cacao when she began hearing Christmas carolers, much to her annoyance, while one of the gremlins snuck into her mansion and made her chair-elevation railway go extremely fast while the others distracted her by singing Christmas carols (actually singing the movie's theme song in the words, "Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah"). She was about to throw water on them, but she quickly realized that they weren't human, but monsters that she never seen Gremlin wearing Deagle's clothing Added by CoolGizbefore. She ran back to her house and lock the door. When looking out at her window, she screamed in fear believing they were demons who had come for her because of her wicked ways. She suffered from a heart attack while she was heading to her chair-elevation railway to go upstairs to hide. She said she's not ready to die until she pressed her chair-elevation railway, and crashed out of a window on the top floor in her chair to the ground, and the evil woman died in horror. Police Department Sheriff Frank spotted this. Later on, the gremlin responsible for killing Mrs. Deagle was seen wearing her red wig and clothing in Dorry's Pub. This gremlin has been given the name Deagle Gremlin by fans of the film. The Gremlins had totally destroyed the bank of Kingston Falls after Ms. Deagle died. Kingston Falls possibly went bankrupt or another bank manager took over. Mrs. Deagle had also worn a red wig, possibly to hide her age, although many knew that she was an elderly old witch as it was and refused to listen to her. Deagle did not get along with a single person in Kingston Falls (with the exception of all those who worked at the bank, excluding Billy and Kate Peltzer). File:Placeholder
  • Ruby Deagle (also known as Mrs. Deagle) is the tertiary antagonist of the 1984 hit film, Gremlins. She was portrayed by Polly Holliday.
  • However after Billy broke the most important rule of taking care of the Mogwai (never feed them after midnight.) The mogwai turned into little green monsters called Gremlins who proceded to terrorize the town. Soon Stripe (the leader of the gremlins) along with a couple other of his companions happen to come across Mrs. Deagle's Mansion, and Stripe decides it is the perfect place to stir up some trouble. Meanwhile inside Mrs. Deagle is comforting her cats, but while she is doing this she hears Christmas carolers outside. Mrs. Deagle is an avid hater of Christmas and especially hates it when Christmas carolers come and sing at her door. So she grabs a bucket of icy water and goes outside to douse her visitors, only to find out the carolers are Gremlins! Suddenly frightened, she retreats into her mansion, thinking the little demons have come for her. She then hurries on to her electric chair that rides along a banister and goes all away across her staircase, so she can go upstairs and hide. Unfortunately however little did she know that a gremlin had snuck in through her front door and tampered with her electric chair. As soon as she sat in the chair and pushed the button that would make the chair go upstairs, electric sparks flew out of the chair and the chair moved upstairs at a speed of 80 mph. Mrs. Deagle gave out one final scream of fright while the chair moved upstairs at this speed with no sign of slowing down. Cut to outside, The Gremlins watch in amusement as Mrs. Deagle blasted out of a window on the second floor, still in the chair, and falling to her death by landing head-first in the middle of the street, in front of a police car, where two police officers noticed this crime. The last time Mrs. Deagle is ever mentioned in the film is while the two police officers are looking at her corpse lying in the middle of the street, and one of them says: "My god Frank, that was Mrs. Deagle".