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Andrewprine

Andrew Prine in Grizzly

Andrew Prine (1936 - 2022)

Film Deaths[]

  • Bandolero! (1968) [Roscoe Bookbinder] Shot to death by Mexican bandits while Andrew is carrying a pouch of water. (Thanks to Brian)
  • The Devil's Brigade (1968) [Private Theodore Ransom]: Mortally wounded in combat. He dies while talking to the medical corpsman.
  • Chisum (1970) [Alex McSween]: Shot to death by Christopher George when the unarmed Andrew tries to cross the battlefield during the range war. His body is shown again when Geoffrey Deuel and John Wayne look over the scene. (Historically inaccurate, the real Alex McSween was killed fighting the US Calvary during that battle). (Thanks to John)
  • Simon, King of the Witches (1971) [Simon Sinestrari]: Stabbed to death by Lee J. Lambert when a supernatural force compels Lee to do so.
  • The Centerfold Girls (Girl Hunter) (1974) [Clement Dunne]: Stabbed in the back, then in the stomach, by Tiffany Bolling, after she gets hold of Andrew's knife at the end of a chase in the woods.
  • Grizzly (Claws; Killer Grizzly) (1976) [Don Stober]: Crushed to death by the bear as Christopher George looks on in horror.
  • Law of the Land (The Deputies) (1976) [Travis Carrington]: Shot in the back by Moses Gunn just as Andrew is about to attack the deputies with a saber.
  • The Winds of Autumn (1976) [Wire Hankins]: Shot in the chest, along with Jack Elam and Jimmy Clem in a shoot-out with Earl E. Smith.
  • They're Playing With Fire (1984)  [Michael Stevens]: Stabbed in the back and abdomen by a masked Paul Clemens while Andrew is watching his wife, Sybil Danning flirt with Eric Brown.
  • Gettysburg (1993) [Brig. Gen. Richard B. Garnett]: Killed (off-screen) by cannon fire during Pickett's Charge; we only see his rider-less horse running on after the cannon goes off. (Thanks to Geoff)
  • Critical Mass (2000) [Senator Cook]: Killed in an explosion when he stepped on a mine put on the ground by Udo Kier's men.

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