Marina is the deuteragonist of The Pebble and the Penguin. She is Hubie's love interest, later wife in the end.
The back of Marina's head, back, and her flippers are black. She has a pale white underbelly and checks. She has rosy pink blush on her cheeks. She has a purple forehead and purple stripes on her flippers. She has a pale purple necklace, with a pink pebble on it. She has a pink flower, with two green leaves, and a pink berry coming off of it on her head. She has bright purple eyelids, an orange beak, with a dark orange tip, and green eyes.
Role in Film
She appears first at the beginning of the movie when Hubie tries to impress her and become her mate. But he has to deal with Drake, a penguin who also loves Marina and hates Hubie. Marina and Hubie soon sing Sometimes I Wonder under the moonlight. Drake soon wants her to be her mate, but only to make Hubie jealous. Hubie soon returns without Rocko and his pebble, there he has to fight Drake to find her. Drake soon dies when his large tower collapses down him, killing him. Hubie then gives Marina the pebble but she says, "But don't you know? It's not the pebble. It's the penguin. I love you even more," then they kiss. In the epilogue of the movie, Marina and Hubie have eight children, who Rocko teaches how to fly.
Marina is similar to Belle in Disney's "Beauty and the Beast", just by not only being the leading lady of the film, but also by being the most beautiful, the romantic object of the villain, the exceptional lady (as all others admire him), and she has feelings for the hero instead.
Marina's character design is incredibly similar to Mrs. Brisby's from The Secret of NIMH (1982).
In the German dub of the film Alexandra Wilcke voices her, she also voiced Snow White, Nala, and Pocahontas in the German versions of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Lion King series and Pocahontas series, respectively.
She's a lot similar to Ariel from Disney version of The Little Mermaid when she sings and swims.