Adam West (1928 - 2017)
- Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964) [Col. Dan McReady]: Killed when he and Paul Mantee eject from the Mars orbiting survey craft. He appears later in the film as a hallucination Paul was having.
- Hell River (1974) [Capt. Kurt Kohler]: Shot by Rod Taylor.
- Zombie Nightmare (1986) [Captain Tom Churchman]: Killed when the zombie John Fasano reaches up from his grave and pulls Adam into the ground.
- Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016; animated) [Batman/Bruce Wayne]: Voicing his regular character and several duplicates, all the duplicates disintegrate when the effect of the 'duplicate ray-gun' wear off.
- Bonanza: The Bride (1961) [Frank Milton]: Shot in the chest during a struggle over his gun with Pernell Roberts.
- Murder, She Wrote: Death Takes a Dive (1987) [Wade Talmadge]: Shot to death (off-screen) by Michael McGrady. We learn of his death when Ray Girardin informs Angela Lansbury.
- Monster Island (2004 TV) [Dr. Harryhausen]: Killed (off-screen) when he sacrifices himself by blowing up the giant ants' lair in the volcano with him still inside it, in order to allow Carmen Electra and the others to escape.
- Family Guy: Blue Harvest (2007; animated) [Mayor Adam West as Grand Moff Tarkin]: In a virtually shot-by-shot parody of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Adam is killed in an explosion (along with the rest of the Death Star crew) when Chris Griffin, as Luke Skywalker, (voiced by Seth Green) blows up the Death Star. (See also Peter Cushing in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977).)
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold; Chill of Night (2010; animated) [Thomas Wayne]: Shot to death, along with his wife Martha (Voiced by Julie Newmar) by Joe Chill (voiced by Peter Onotari) in an alleyway while their son Bruce (voiced by Zachary Gordon) looks in in horror. His death is shown in flashback as the older version of Bruce (voiced by Diedrich Bader) remembers their deaths.
- Family Guy: Adam West High (2019; animated) [Mayor Adam West]: Dies (off-screen) of unspecified causes. We learn of his death when Brian (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) proposes renaming the high school after him. (This episode was made following Adam's real-life death in 2017).
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