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Daniel Benzali in A View to a Kill

Daniel Benzali (1950 - )

Film Deaths[]

  • A View to a Kill (1985) [W.G. Howe]: Shot in the chest by Christopher Walken, at San Francisco City Hall, so as to frame Roger Moore and Tanya Roberts. His body is later seen in a bag being carried out by the firefighters. CLASSIC QUOTE (Zorin's elegy): "That's rather neat, don't you think...? Intuitive improvisation is the benchmark of genius."
  • Murder at 1600 (1997) [Nick Spikings]: Shot to death in his home by a sniper, while he's talking with Wesley Snipes and Diane Lane (his body is later seen when Wesley retrieves a survelliance tape from Daniel). (Thanks to Michael)
  • All the Little Animals (1998) [Bernard 'The Fat' De Winter]: Killed when his car falls down a hole as a makeshift bridge he's driving across collapses whilst he's trying to run down Christian Bale, after Christian slices the back of Daniel's neck with a pocket knife.
  • The Grey Zone (2001) [Schlermer]: Dies when he blows up the concentration camp rather than be captured by the Nazi's.
  • Dead Heat (I Fought the Law) (2002) [Frank Finnegan]: Trampled to death along with his cohorts after Kiefer Sutherland causes the horses to bolt in the stables during a struggle/shootout (after Daniel mortally wounds Lothaire Bluteau).

TV Deaths[]