Dan Duryea (1907 - 1968)
- Sahara (1943) [Jimmy Doyle]: Crushed to death, along with Richard Nugent by falling rubble when the Nazis shell the fortress where Richard is treating Dan's wounds.
- Ministry of Fear (1944) [Agent Cost a.k.a. Travers the tailor]: Commits suicide by stabbing himself in the stomach with his tailor's shears, rather than be arrested as a spy. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Woman in the Window (1944) [Heidt/Tim the doorman]: "Heidt" is shot to death by police; the whole story turns out to be Edward G. Robinson's dream and Dan turns up in reality as the doorman at Edward's club. (Thanks to Constantine)
- Along Came Jones (1945) [Monte Jarrad]: Shot in the head by Loretta Young, just as Dan is about to kill Gary Cooper. (Thanks to Harry)
- The Great Flamarion (1945) [Al Wallace]: Deliberately shot in the chest by Erich von Stroheim during Erich's trick-shooting stage act, making it look like an accident.
- Main Street after Dark (1945) [Posey Dibson]: Shot to death when his gun goes off during a struggle with Tom Trout.
- Scarlet Street (1945) [Johnny Prince]: Executed (off-screen) in the electric chair, after being falsely convicted of killing Joan Bennett. We only see him being led into the chamber, the actual execution is not depicted.
- Black Bart (1948) [Charles E. Boles a.k.a. Black Bart]: Shot to death, along with Jeffrey Lynn by a posse (This bears no resemblance to the actual historic facts of Bart's death)
- Too Late for Tears (1949) [Danny Fuller]: Poisoned by Lizabeth Scott when she pours poison in his whiskey. (Thanks to Harry)
- One Way Street (1950) [John Wheeler]: Shot to death by William Conrad; he dies shortly afterwards.
- Winchester '73 (Montana Winchester) (1950) [Waco Johnnie Dean]: Shot to death in a gunfight with James Stewart. (Thanks to Gordon)
- Ride Clear of Diablo (The Breckinridge Story) (1954) [Whitey Kincaid]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Paul Birch, Jack Elam and William Pullen, when Dan runs out of the saloon to draw their fire away from Audie Murphy. (Thanks to Brian)
- Silver Lode (1954) [Ned McCarthy]: Shot in the chest with his own bullet when Dan fires at John Payne and his shot ricochets off the church bell. (Thanks to Gordon)
- Night Passage (1957) [Whitey Harbin]: Shot to death by James Stewart, after Dan kills Audie Murphy. (Thanks to Brian)
- Platinum High School (Rich, young and deadly, Trouble at sixteen) (1960) [Major Redfern Kelly]: Killed in an explosion after Mickey Rooney douses the boat in gasoline and ignites it.
- Six Black Houses (1962) [Frank Jesse]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Audie Murphy. (Thanks to Brian)
- Taggart (1964) [Jason]: Crushed to death by the stolen gold after Tony Young shoots Dan's horse out from under him.
- The Bounty Killer (1965) [Willie Duggan]: Shot by a young bounty hunter (Peter Duryea) as Dan is kissing Carole Ridgeway. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Bamboo Saucer (1968) [Hank Peters]: Shot to death in a shoot-out with Chinese soldiers.
- Rawhide: Incident with a Executioner (1959) [Jardin]: Killed in a showdown with Eric Fleming. This death could be ruled as a suicide because Dan played a hired gun that was incredibly fast and it was unlikely Eric could have won unless Dan wanted it.
- The Jack Benny Program: Lunch Counter Murder (1960) [Gangster]: Shot in the chest by Jack Benny after Dan runs out of bullets while holding up Jack's diner; he launches into a lengthily, historic dying speech until Jack shoots him in the chest once again to shut him up. (Played for comic effect)
- Bonanza: Badge Without Honor (1960) [Gerald Eskith]: Shot by Pernell Roberts, when Dan draws a concealed pistol while pretending to reach for a handkerchief.
- Checkmate: Tight as a Drum (1961) [Major Sam Wilson]: Shot by Dabbs Greer while fighting with him for his gun.
- Rawhide: Incident of the Wolvers (1962) [Abner Cannon]: Shot in the back by his daughter (Patty McCormack) as Dan was about to shoot Clint Eastwood.
- Father of Peter Duryea.
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