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*'''''Split Second (1953)''' [Kay Garven]:'' [[Stephen MacNally]] drives them off to their deaths in the finale as they are caught in the designated blast area for the detonation of an atomic bomb. ''(Thanks to Brian)''
 
*'''''The Sleeping Tiger'' (1954)''' [''Glenda Esmond'']: Killed when she crashes her car into a billboard, after swerving to avoid hitting a truck, while driving with [[Dirk Bogarde]] (who survives).
 
*'''''The Sleeping Tiger'' (1954)''' [''Glenda Esmond'']: Killed when she crashes her car into a billboard, after swerving to avoid hitting a truck, while driving with [[Dirk Bogarde]] (who survives).
 
*'''''Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough''''' '''(1975)''' [''Deidre Milford Granger'']: Killed in a plane crash (off-screen), along with [[Kirk Douglas]]; we learn of their deaths in a TV news report that [[Deborah Raffin]] sees. (''Thanks to Kenneth and Fred'')
 
*'''''Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough''''' '''(1975)''' [''Deidre Milford Granger'']: Killed in a plane crash (off-screen), along with [[Kirk Douglas]]; we learn of their deaths in a TV news report that [[Deborah Raffin]] sees. (''Thanks to Kenneth and Fred'')

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Alexissmith

Alexis Smith in 'The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane'

Alexis Smith (1921 - 1993)

Film Deaths:

  • Split Second (1953) [Kay Garven]: Stephen MacNally drives them off to their deaths in the finale as they are caught in the designated blast area for the detonation of an atomic bomb. (Thanks to Brian)
  • The Sleeping Tiger (1954) [Glenda Esmond]: Killed when she crashes her car into a billboard, after swerving to avoid hitting a truck, while driving with Dirk Bogarde (who survives).
  • Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough (1975) [Deidre Milford Granger]: Killed in a plane crash (off-screen), along with Kirk Douglas; we learn of their deaths in a TV news report that Deborah Raffin sees. (Thanks to Kenneth and Fred)
  • The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) [Mrs. Hallet]: Hit on the head by a trap door, after she tries to run out of the cellar in a panic (presumably after discovering Jodie Foster's mother's body), while Jodie looks on.

TV Deaths:

None.

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