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Antonio Banderas in Femme Fatale

Bain's death

Antonio Banderas in Assassins

Antonio Banderas (1960 - )

Film Deaths:

  • Puzzle (1986) [Andrés]: Shot to death by Patxi Andión following an argument.
  • Law of Desire (La Ley del deseo) (1987) [Antonio Benitez]: Commits suicide (off-camera) by shooting himself; we hear the shot from the other room, and his body is shown afterwards when Eusebio Poncela rushes in and discovers him.
  • The Mambo Kings (1992) [Nestor Castillo]: Killed in a car accident while driving with Armand Assante (who survives the crash).
  • Never Talk To Strangers (1995) [Tony Ramirez]: Shot in the chest by Rebecca De Mornay (after she's been taken over by her male-hating other personality) who then makes it look like 'he' shot her father (Len Cariou). His body is later seen again when Rebecca (having no memory of the double homicides) 'discovers' him.
  • Femme Fatale (2002) [Nicolas Bardo]: Shot in the chest by Rebecca Romijn on a bridge. (This turns out to be Rebecca's premonition of the future, which she prevents from coming true.)
  • The Skin I Live In (2011) [Dr. Robert Legard]: Shot repeatedly in the chest and stomach with one of his own guns by Elena Anya (after he rapes her). His body is later seen slumped over his bed when his mother (Marisa Paredes) enters the room gun drawn after hearing the shots
  • Haywire (2011) [Rodrigo]: Presumably killed (off-screen) in a fight with Gina Carano; the film ends with Gina confronting Antonio, but given the fates of others who went up against her, his death is likely.

TV Deaths:

  • And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (2003 TV) [Pancho Villa]: Shot to death by Federales.

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