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[[File:Fernandorey-companeros.jpg|frame|Fernando Rey in ''Companeros'']][http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0721073/ Fernando Rey] (1917 - 1994)
 
[[File:Fernandorey-companeros.jpg|frame|Fernando Rey in ''Companeros'']][http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0721073/ Fernando Rey] (1917 - 1994)
   
== Film Deaths: ==
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==Film deaths==
   
*'''''The Last Days of Pompeii''''' (''Gli Ultimi giorni di Pompei'') '''(1959)''' [''Arbaces, High Priest'']: Crushed to death when a statue of Isis falls on him. (''Thanks to Andrea'')
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*'''''The Last Days of Pompeii'' (Gli Ultimi giorni di Pompei)'' '''(1959)''' [''Arbaces, High Priest'']: Crushed to death when a statue of Isis falls on him. (''Thanks to Andrea'')
   
*'''''Companeros''''' (''Vamos a matar, companeros!'') '''(1970)''' [''Professor Xantos'']: Shot in the chest by [[Jack Palance]], after Fernando rushes out into the street with an unloaded gun as a distraction when Jack is about to shoot [[Tomas Milian]].
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*'''''Companeros''' (Vamos a matar, companeros!)'' '''(1970)''' [''Professor Xantos'']: Shot in the chest by [[Jack Palance]], after Fernando rushes out into the street with an unloaded gun as a distraction when Jack is about to shoot [[Tomas Milian]].
   
*[[The Light at the Edge of the World (1971)|'''''The Light at the Edge of the World''''']] '''(1971)''' [''Captain Moriz'']: Stabbed to death by [[Yul Brynner]]'s pirates, while [[Kirk Douglas]] looks on helplessly from the lighthouse. (''Thanks to Johan'')
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*'''''[[The Light at the Edge of the World (1971)]]''''' [''Captain Moriz'']: Stabbed to death by [[Yul Brynner]]'s pirates, while [[Kirk Douglas]] looks on helplessly from the lighthouse. (''Thanks to Johan'')
   
*'''''French Connection II''''' '''(1975)''' [''Alain Charnier'']: Shot to death by [[Gene Hackman]] while Fernando is attempting to escape on his boat. (''Thanks to Robert and Ford'')
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*'''''French Connection II'' (1975)''' [''Alain Charnier'']: Shot to death by [[Gene Hackman]] while Fernando is attempting to escape on his boat. (''Thanks to Robert and Ford'')
   
*'''''Seven Beauties''''' (''Pasqualino Settebellezze'') '''(1975)''' [''Pedro, the Anarchist'']: Machine-gunned by Nazi guards after he makes a break for it and dives into the latrine in the concentration camp; we only see the guards firing into the latrine after Fernando disappears beneath the filthy water.
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*'''''Seven Beauties''' (Pasqualino Settebellezze)'' '''(1975)''' [''Pedro, the Anarchist'']: Machine-gunned by Nazi guards after he makes a break for it and dives into the latrine in the concentration camp; we only see the guards firing into the latrine after Fernando disappears beneath the filthy water.
   
== TV Deaths: ==
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==TV deaths==
 
None known
 
None known
   
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Fernandorey-companeros

Fernando Rey in Companeros

Fernando Rey (1917 - 1994)

Film deaths

  • The Last Days of Pompeii (Gli Ultimi giorni di Pompei) (1959)' [Arbaces, High Priest]: Crushed to death when a statue of Isis falls on him. (Thanks to Andrea)
  • Companeros (Vamos a matar, companeros!) (1970) [Professor Xantos]: Shot in the chest by Jack Palance, after Fernando rushes out into the street with an unloaded gun as a distraction when Jack is about to shoot Tomas Milian.
  • French Connection II (1975) [Alain Charnier]: Shot to death by Gene Hackman while Fernando is attempting to escape on his boat. (Thanks to Robert and Ford)
  • Seven Beauties (Pasqualino Settebellezze) (1975) [Pedro, the Anarchist]: Machine-gunned by Nazi guards after he makes a break for it and dives into the latrine in the concentration camp; we only see the guards firing into the latrine after Fernando disappears beneath the filthy water.

TV deaths

None known

Noteworthy Connections:

Husband of Mabel Karr

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