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Harry Dean Stanton (1926 - 2017)
- The Proud Rebel (1958) [Jeb Burleigh]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Alan Ladd. (Thanks to Harry)
- How the West Was Won (1962) [Tom, Gant Henchman]: Shot to death, along with Rodolfo Acosta and Jack Lambert, in a shoot-out with Lee J. Cobb, George Peppard, and Mickey Shaugnessy when Harry and his cohorts try to force their way onto the railway carriage. (Thanks to Brian)
- Ride in the Whirlwind (1966) [Blind Dick]: Executed by hanging. (Thanks to Harry)
- The Hostage (1967) [Eddie]: Shot three times by Don O'Kelly as Harry tries to rescue Danny Martins. (Thanks to Brian)
- Dillinger (1973) [Homer Van Meter]: Killed by the townspeople as he tries to escape. (Thanks to Michael)
- The Missouri Breaks (1976) [Calvin]: Stabbed in the head with a shuriken by Marlon Brando, after being burned by Marlon. (Thanks to Fred)
- Straight Time (1978) [Jerry Schue]: Shot by a police officer during the getaway; he dies shortly afterwards. (Thanks to Michael)
- Alien (1979) [Brett]: While searching for a cat in the ship's corridors, Harry is stabbed in the head with the alien's spiked tongue whilst being dragged into the air ducts (there is a deleted scenes where Yaphet Kotto is splattered with blood, then again when Sigourney Weaver finds his body having been cocooned).
- Escape from New York (1981) [Harold 'The Brain' Helman]: Killed in an explosion when he steps on a mine while running across the bridge; his body is sent flying through the air and onto the roof of a car.
- Red Dawn (1984) [Tom Eckert]: Shot to death, along with several other prisoners, by a KGB firing squad; shown from a distance as Charlie Sheen looks on from a hill. (Thanks to Tim, Robert, Tommy, and ND)
- Repo Man (1984) [Bud]: Arguably mortally wounded when a government headquarter machine-guns him across the stomach; he is still alive when we last see him, but it doesn't seem likely that he'd survive. (Although it's not confirmed whether he lives or dies, I thought I should mention it just in case.)
- One Magic Christmas (1985) [Gideon]: Drowned while saving a kid (off-screen), he appears throughout the movie as a Christmas angel.
- Fool for Love (1985) [The Old Man] Burns to death when the fire around his trailer house reach his house and gets set ablaze. It is strongly implied because as the fire rages on, he goes into his house playing the harmonica and when the fire gets his house, the harmonica is no longer heard.
- Slam Dance (1987) [Detective Smiley]: Shot in the chest by John Doe during a struggle in Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio's apartment; Harry's back is to the camera when the shot goes off.
- Wild at Heart (1990) [Johnnie Farragut]: Shot in the head by Calvin Lockhart, while Harry is being tortured by Calvin, David Patrick Kelly, and Grace Zabriskie. (Thanks to Sean, Dan, and Tommy)
- The Green Mile (1999) [Toot-Toot]: Dies (off-screen), presumably of old age/natural causes, in the interim between the 1930s flashbacks and the present-day framing sequence.
- Alice (2009) [Caterpillar]: Commits suicide by swallowing an explosive/disintegration capsule, after being surrounded by Kathy Bates' agents. (Thanks to Stephen)
- Seven Psychopaths (2012) [Man in Hat]: Commits suicide by slitting himself his throat with a razor while standing on the corner, as the dying James Hebert looks on from his window. (This scene occurs in Colin Farrell's story, which turns out to be a fictionalized account of Christopher Walken's suicide attempt which Christopher survived.) (Thanks to Tim, Tommy, and ND)
- The Last Stand (2013) [Parsons]: Shot in the head by Peter Stormare's men; his body is shown again later on when Luis Guzman shows it to Arnold Schwarzenegger. In a deleted scene, his body was discover in a Closet after Zach Gilford opens it. (Thanks to Tommy)
- Gunsmoke: The Cabin (1958) [Alvy]: Accidentally shot with a shotgun by Claude Akins as Claude and James Arness were struggling inside Patricia Barry's cabin.
- Have Gun Will Travel: Treasure Trail (1959) [Stoneman]: Stabbed in the chest (offscreen) by Bruce Gordon; his body is shown afterwards when Richard Boone (I) discovers him the next morning.
- Rawhide: The Incident at Buffalo Smokehouse (1959) [Barlow]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Eric Fleming.
- The Rifleman: Tension (1959) [Clemmie Martin]: Shot in the chest by Gregory Walcott, he manages to shoot Gregory in turn before he collapses off his horse and dies. (Thanks to Harry)
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Escape to Sonoita (1960) [Lemon]: Shot in the head (off-screen) by Murray Hamilton (whom he kills in return), while Harry and Murray are fighting over their water. Their bodies are seen in the desert when Burt Reynolds, James Bell, and police discover them.
- Gunsmoke: Love is Thy Negihbor (1961) [Harley Scooper]: Shot in the chest in a self defense shoot-out with James Arness.
- Gunsmoke: The Boys (1962) [Nate]: Shot in the chest by George Kennedy, he manages to shoot George in turn before dying of his wound.
- Have Gun - Will Travel: The Waiting Room (1962) [Slim Wilder]: Shot in the chest by Richard Boone just as Harry tries to kill him.
- Rawhide: Incident of the Lost Woman (1962) [Jess Hobson]: After being dragged when he was thrown from his horse, Harry is trampled (off-screen) by stampeding cattle. It isn't clear as to which killed him but his death is confirmed when Hampton Fancher tells Eric Fleming and Fay Spain.
- Bonanza: The Way of Aaron (1963) [Stiles]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Ludwig Donath.
- Cimarron Strip: Til The End Of Night (1968) [Luther Happ]: Shot to death by Percy Herbert in a shootout in the rocks. (Thanks to Brian)
- Gunsmoke: Johnny Cross (1968) [Hodge]: Shot to death, along with John Crawford, by James Arness as they are about to kill Shug Fisher in his cabin.
- Big Love: Sacrament (2009) [Roman Grant]: Smothered with a pillow by Shawn Doyle in Harry's bedroom. (Thanks to Stephen)