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==Deaths in Film==
 
==Deaths in Film==
   
*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''Citizen Kane'' (1941)''' ''[Mary Kane, Kane's Mother]'': Dies (off-screen), presumably of natural causes, at some point between the flashback to Kane's childhood and the scenes of his adult life. </span>
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*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''Citizen Kane'' (1941)''' [''Mary Kane, Kane's Mother'']: Dies (off-screen), presumably of natural causes, at some point between the flashback to Kane's childhood and the scenes of his adult life. </span>
*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''Jane Eyre'' (1944)''' ''[Mrs. Reed]'': Dies (off-screen) of an unspecified illness. ''(Thanks to Hamish) ''</span>
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*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''Jane Eyre'' (1944)''' [''Mrs. Reed'']: Dies (off-screen) of an unspecified illness. ''(Thanks to Hamish) ''</span>
*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''Dark Passage ''(1947)''' ''[Madge Rapf]'': Falls through a window while backing away from [[Humphrey Bogart]], after he confronts her about his wife's murder. ''(Thanks to Mac)'' </span>
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*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''Dark Passage ''(1947)''' [''Madge Rapf'']: Falls through a window while backing away from [[Humphrey Bogart]], after he confronts her about his wife's murder. ''(Thanks to Mac)'' </span>
*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''How the West Was Won'' (1962)''' ''[Rebecca Prescott]'': Drowned, along with [[Karl Malden]], when their raft sinks; the scene cuts away as the raft is about to go over the falls, followed by a scene of their children at the funeral. ''(Thanks to Mable)'' </span>
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*<span style="font-family: Arial;">'''''How the West Was Won'' (1962)''' [''Rebecca Prescott'']: Drowned, along with [[Karl Malden]], when their raft sinks; the scene cuts away as the raft is about to go over the falls, followed by a scene of their children at the funeral. ''(Thanks to Mable)'' </span>
*<span style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 12pt; mso-fareast-font-family: "Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA;">'''''Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte''' (Cross of Iron; What Ever Happened to Cousin Charlotte?)'' '''(1964)''' ''[Velma Cruther]'': Falls down a spiral staircase after being hit on the head with a chair by [[Olivia de Havilland]]. ''(Thanks to Mac and Bryan)''
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*<span style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 12pt; mso-fareast-font-family: "Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA;">'''''Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte''' (Cross of Iron; What Ever Happened to Cousin Charlotte?)'' '''(1964)''' [''Velma Cruther'']: Falls down a spiral staircase after being hit on the head with a chair by [[Olivia de Havilland]]. ''(Thanks to Mac and Bryan)'' </span>
   
 
==Deaths in Television==
 
==Deaths in Television==
*[[Wagon Train (1957 series)|'''''Wagon Train: The Mary Halstead Story''''']]''' (1957)''' ''[Mary Halstead]'': Dies of a respiratory illness in [[Ward Bond]]'s arms, as [[Tom Pittman]] looks on helplessly. ''(Thanks to Stephen)''
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*[[Wagon Train (1957 series)|'''''Wagon Train: The Mary Halstead Story''''']]''' (1957)''' [''Mary Halstead'']: Dies of a respiratory illness in [[Ward Bond]]'s arms, as [[Tom Pittman]] looks on helplessly. ''(Thanks to Stephen)''
*[[Night Gallery (1970 series)|'''''Night Gallery: Certain Shadows on the Wall''''']]''' (1970)''' ''[Emma Brigham]'': Gradually poisoned over a prolonged time (beginning before the start of the episode) by her brother ([[Louis Hayward]]). Her body is shown lying in bed after she finally dies, and her shadow remains behind on the wall after her body is removed.
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*[[Night Gallery (1970 series)|'''''Night Gallery: Certain Shadows on the Wall''''']]''' (1970)''' [''Emma Brigham'']: Gradually poisoned over a prolonged time (beginning before the start of the episode) by her brother ([[Louis Hayward]]). Her body is shown lying in bed after she finally dies, and her shadow remains behind on the wall after her body is removed.
* '''''Frankenstein: The True Story'' (1973) '''''[Mrs. Blair]: ''Dies from a possible a heart attack at the shock of seeing [[Michael Sarrazin]]. ([[Leonard Whiting]] confirms her death).
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* '''''Frankenstein: The True Story'' (1973) '''[''Mrs. Blair'']'': ''Dies from a possible a heart attack at the shock of seeing [[Michael Sarrazin]]. ([[Leonard Whiting]] confirms her death).
   
 
==Notable Connections==
 
==Notable Connections==

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Agnes Moorehead in 'Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte'

Agnes Moorehead (1900 - 1974)

Deaths in Film

  • Citizen Kane (1941) [Mary Kane, Kane's Mother]: Dies (off-screen), presumably of natural causes, at some point between the flashback to Kane's childhood and the scenes of his adult life.
  • Jane Eyre (1944) [Mrs. Reed]: Dies (off-screen) of an unspecified illness. (Thanks to Hamish)
  • Dark Passage (1947) [Madge Rapf]: Falls through a window while backing away from Humphrey Bogart, after he confronts her about his wife's murder. (Thanks to Mac)
  • How the West Was Won (1962) [Rebecca Prescott]: Drowned, along with Karl Malden, when their raft sinks; the scene cuts away as the raft is about to go over the falls, followed by a scene of their children at the funeral. (Thanks to Mable)
  • Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (Cross of Iron; What Ever Happened to Cousin Charlotte?) (1964) [Velma Cruther]: Falls down a spiral staircase after being hit on the head with a chair by Olivia de Havilland. (Thanks to Mac and Bryan)

Deaths in Television

Notable Connections

Ex-Mrs. Robert Gist

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