John Marley

Highest Rated:
100%     The Godfather (1972)
Lowest Rated:
18%     The Car (1977)
Oct 17
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John Marley's craggy face, cement-mixer voice and shock of white hair were familiar to stagegoers from the 1930s onward. Marley started out as one-half of a comedy team, but soon found that his true metier was drama. In films on an infrequent basis since 1941, Marley stepped up his…

Highest Rated Movies



On the Edge
  • Elmo
-- 1986
Glitter Dome
  • Capt. Woofer
-- 1984
  • Roy Blue
-- 1983
  • Edgar Fine
-- 1983
The Amateur
  • Molton
-- 1982
Mother Lode (Search for the Mother Lode: The Last Great Treasure)
  • Elijah
-- 1982
Word of Honor
  • Gary
-- 1981
  • Lou Daniels
-- 1980
The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover
  • Dave Hindley
-- 1978
63% Hooper
  • Max Berns
-- 1978
44% It Lives Again
  • Mr. Mallory
-- 1978
The Greatest: Muhammad Ali
  • Dr. Pacheco
-- 1977
18% The Car
  • everett
-- 1977
Take a Hard Ride (Kid Vengeance)
  • Jesus
-- 1977
Bad Azz Muthaz: Kid Vengeance
  • Jesus
-- 1977
W.c. Fields And Me
  • Studio Head Bannerman
-- 1976
  • Sal Viccarrone
-- 1975
  • Blade
-- 1973
100% The Godfather
  • Jack Woltz
-- 1972
L'Etrusco uccide ancora (The Dead Are Alive)
  • Nikos
-- 1972
The Etruscan Kills Again (L'Etrusco uccide ancora)
  • Actor
-- 1972
  • Charles Brooks
-- 1972
71% Dead of Night (Deathdream)
  • Director
  • Actor
-- 1972
  • Roy Starr
-- 1972
A Man Called Sledge
  • The Old Man
-- 1971
57% Love Story
  • Phil Cavalleri
-- 1970
In Enemy Country
  • Rausch
-- 1968
89% Faces
  • Richard
-- 1968
100% Cat Ballou
  • Frankie Ballou
-- 1965
The Wheeler Dealers (Separate Beds)
  • Achilles Dimitrios
-- 1963
America, America
  • Garabet
-- 1963
67% America, America (The Anatolian Smile)
  • Actor
-- 1963
91% A Child Is Waiting
  • Holland
-- 1963
Pay Or Die
  • Caputo
-- 1960
100% I Want to Live!
  • Father Devers
-- 1958
Time Table
  • Bobik
-- 1956
The Joe Louis Story
  • Mannie Seamon
-- 1953
My Six Convicts (My 6 Convicts)
  • Knotty Johnson
-- 1952
The Mob (Remember That Face)
  • Tony
-- 1951
Guilty Bystander
  • bartender
-- 1950
86% The Naked City
  • Managing Editor
-- 1948
86% Kiss of Death
  • Al
-- 1947
  • Actor

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Quotes from John Marley's Characters

    • Jack Woltz:
      You don't understand. Johnny Fontane never gets that movie. That part is perfect for him. It'll make him a big star. I'm gonna run him out of the movies. And let me tell you why. Johnny Fontane ruined one of Woltz International's most valuable proteges. For three years we had her under contract, singing lessons, dancing lessons, acting lessons. I spent hundreds of thousands of dollars. I was gonna make her a big star. And let me be even more frank, just to show you that I'm not a hard-hearted man, that it's not all dollars and cents. She was beautiful! She was young, she was innocent. She was the greatest piece of ass I've ever had, and I've had 'em all over the world. And then Johnny Fontaine comes along with his olive oil voice and guinea charm and she runs off. She threw it all away just to make me look ridiculous. And a man in my position can't afford to be made to look ridiculous. Now you get the hell out of here! And if that goomba tries any rough stuff, you tell him I ain't no bandleader. Yeah, I heard that story. [Hagen has been calmly eating his meal throughout Woltz's tirade]
    • Tom Hagen:
      [Hagen has been calmly eating his meal throughout Woltz's tirade] Thank you for the dinner and a very pleasant evening. Have your car take me to the airport. Mr Corleone is a man who insists on hearing bad news at once.
    From The Godfather. Submitted by Adam O (21 months ago)

    • Jack Woltz:
      Now you listen to me, you smooth-talking son-of-a-bitch, let me lay it on the line for you and your boss, whoever he is! Johnny Fontane will never get that movie! I don't care how many dago guinea wop greaseball goombahs come out of the woodwork!
    • Tom Hagen:
      I'm German-Irish.
    • Jack Woltz:
      Well, let me tell you something, my kraut-mick friend, I'm gonna make so much trouble for you, you won t know what hit you!
    From The Godfather. Submitted by Adam O (21 months ago)