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Charles Gray in the File of the Golden Goose

Charles Gray (1928 - 2000)

Film DeathsEdit

  • The Man Outside (1967) [Charles Griddon]: Shot to death by Pinkas Braun just as Charles is about to kill Van Heflin.
  • The Devil Rides Out (The Devil's Bride) (1968) [Mocata]: Killed when Satan claims him, after the cult's intended sacrifice (Rosalyn Landor) is rescued.
  • The File of the Golden Goose (1969) [Nick "The Owl" Harrison]: Stabbed in the back when Graham Crowden throws a knife at him as Charles tries to run away.
  • Diamonds Are Forever (1971) [Ernst Stavro Blofeld/ Doubles]: In the role of Blofeld and his makeup'd doubles one is pushed into a pool of boiling volcanic mud by Sean Connery. Another is shot in the forehead by Sean using a piton gun. (It is never known to Bond fans what happened to the "real" Blofeld as filmmakers often left it open for him to return. He was last seen briefly in a mini-sub that Sean started using as a "wrecking ball").
  • Tales that Witness Madness (1973) [Dr. Nicholas (voice)]: Providing the voice of Jack Hawkins' character, he is Mauled to death (off-camera) by an imaginary tiger in the asylum, the film ends with Jack screaming as the tiger comes.
  • The Legacy (1978) [Karl Liehnecht]: Burned to death when a supernatural force causes the fireplace to flare up into his room.

TV DeathsEdit

  • The Invisible Man: The Vanishing Evidence (1959) [Thal]: Shot in the chest by Sarah Lawson who manages to get her gun out of her coat pocket as Charles is attempting to strangle her. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Julius Caesar (1979 TV) [Julius Caesar]: Stabbed repeatedly by conspirators in the senate forum (I've only seen the clip, not the film itself).
  • C.A.T.S. Eyes: Fit (1986) [Sir Jack Fenn]: Shoots himself.

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