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Burt Reynolds in Hustle

Burt Reynolds (1936 - 2018)

Film Deaths[]

  • Armored Command (1961) [Skee]: Shot in the chest by Tina Louise from her window above, while Burt is operating the machine-gun. (Thanks to Bill and Brian)
  • Hustle (1975) [Lieutenant Phil Gaines]: Shot in the chest by Robert Englund during a convenience-store robbery.
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989; animated) [Charlie B. Barkin]: Providing the voice of a dog, he is run over and knocked into the river by "Carface" (voiced by Vic Tayback). He returns to life when he rewinds the life-clock after arriving in Heaven, and dies once again after saving "Anne-Marie" (voiced by Judith Barsi) from an oil fire on the lake (when his life-clock is filled with water and stops) He later appears as a ghost to Ann-Marie before returning to heaven (having escaped Hell).(Thanks to ND, Tommy and Drew)
  • The Maddening (1995) [Roy Scudder]: Shot with a shotgun by Mia Sara, blasting him back through the window; his body lands on a wheelchair below (he dies as the ghost of his father mockingly looks on). (Thanks to ND)
  • Mad Dog Time (1996) [Jackie Jackson]: Shot to death by Larry Bishop.
  • Frankenstein and Me (1997) [Les Williams]: Dies (off-screen) of a heart attack. We learn of his death when his son (Jamieson Boulanger) gets informed by the doctor.
  • Tempted (2001) [Charlie LeBlanc]: Shot three times in the chest by Eric Mabius. He dies in the hospital with Saffron Burrows by his bedside.
  • In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007) [King Konreid]: Shot with an arrow by Matthew Lillard (on top of having been previously poisoned by Ray Liotta); he dies shortly afterwards, with his long-lost son (Jason Statham) by his bedside.
  • Delgo (2008) [Delgo's Father (voice)]: Killed by Empress Sedessa (voice of Anne Bancroft), General Raius (voice of Malcolm McDowell) or one of their cohorts, his body is later seen as General Bogardus (voice of Val Kilmer) discovers him (seen in Delgo/Freddie Prinze Jr.'s flashbacks/nightmares)
  • Defining Moments (2021): [Chester] Dies of a heart attack.

Television Deaths[]

  • The F.B.I.: All the Streets Are Silent (1965) [Mike Murtaugh]: Shot to death by Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
  • The Cherokee Kid (1996 TV) [Bob "Otter Bob", The Mountain Man]: Shot in the back by Mark Pellegrino; he dies shortly afterwards as Sinbad kneel on top.
  • Universal Soldier III: Unfinished Business (1998 TV) [Mentor]: Commits suicide by jumping off a high story building after being cornered by the press, he is later brought back to life by UNIsol process.
  • Johnson County War (2002 TV) [Hunt Lawton]: Shot to death by Luke Perry with a gun hidden under his long coat, after Burt shoots off his horse at the end of chase. (Thanks to Brian)
  • My Name Is Earl: Two Balls, One Strike (2007) [Richard Chubby]: Accidentally shoots himself (off-screen), when he mistakes a real gun for a squirt gun filled with whiskey; he does not actually appear in this episode, but it takes place at his funeral and his death is told in Jason Lee's narration. (Thanks to Tommy and Neil)

Video Game Deaths[]

  • Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (2005) [Avery Carrington]: Burt Reynolds did not portray his character in this game like he did in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City but his character was seen. His death is by the hands of the player using whatever means the player sees fit, at the Francis International Airport. He was ordered to be killed by his old protege. His body is later on kidnapped from an Ambulance under orders. The body is later on eaten by one of the game's characters. 
  • Saints Row: The Third (2011) [Himself]: Although he canonically survives the game, he can be killed in an explosion alongside Sasha Grey and Danielle Nicolet after being tied up and placed next to a bomb by Anastacia McPherson if the player participates in Hulk Hogan’s revenge mission.
  • Saints Row IV (2013) [Himself]: Although Burt does not appear in the game, it is heavily implied that he perished when Earth was atomized by JB Blanc.


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