Barry Fitzgerald in 'And Then There Were None'

Barry Fitzgerald (1888 - 1961)

Film DeathsEdit

  • The Shame of Mary Boyle (Juno and the Paycock) (1929) [The Orator]: Machine gunned along with several other people by men of a rival faction as he was orating against them on a city street during the Irish Revolution.
  • And Then There Were None (1945) [Judge Francis J. Quincannon]: Commits suicide by drinking poisoned whiskey, after revealing himself as the orchestrator of all the murders on the island and disclosing his plan to June Duprez, intending to frame her (as she is presumably the only one left alive). However, at that moment, Louis Hayward (who faked his death) enters behind June, and Barry realizes that his plan has been foiled as he dies. (His death his also faked earlier in the film working with Walter Huston).

TV DeathsEdit


Noteworthy ConnectionsEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.