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Harvey Keitel in Cop Land

Harvey Keitel (1939 - )

Film Deaths:[]

  • Taxi Driver (1976) [Sport]: Shot in the stomach by Robert De Niro while standing in the doorway of his apartment building; his body is shown again in the montage of the aftermath of Robert's rampage.
  • Eagles Wing (1979) [Henry]: Dies during the attack by the Indian war party. 
  • Saturn 3 (1980) [Benson/Hector (voice)]: Playing a dual role; Benson is killed by his robot Hector who then decapitates his body. Hector is destroyed when Kirk Douglas detonates explosives strapped to his waist after knocking both of them into a pool
  • The Border (1982) [Cat]: Crushed to death by a bulldozer blade after Jack Nicholson shoots the bulldozer's tire. (Thanks to Nilescu)
  • Copkiller (Order of Death) (1983) [Lt Fred O'Connor]: Commits suicide by slitting his throat with a serrated knife after being goaded into it by John Lydon.
  • Camorra: A Story of Streets, Women, and Crime (Un complicato intrigo di donne, vicoli e delitti) (1985) [Frankie] Trips and falls through a skylight.
  • Two Evil Eyes (Due occhi diabolici) (1990) [Roderick Usher]: Accidentally hanged when the rope gets tangled around his neck while he tries to escape through the window.
  • The Two Jakes (1990) [Julius 'Jake' Berman]: Commits suicide by lighting a cigarette in a house filled with gas; he is killed in the explosion. (Thanks to Nick)
  • Bad Lieutenant (1992) [Lieutenant]: Shot to death by gangsters while sitting in his car.
  • Reservoir Dogs (1992) [Lawrence 'Mr. White' Dimmick]: Shot to death by police after he fatally shoots Tim Roth in the warehouse.
  • Point of No Return (1993) [Victor the Cleaner]: Killed in a car crash when his car goes down a hill after he tries to kill Bridget Fonda. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
  • Imaginary Crimes (1994) [Ray Weiler]: Dies when he goes into the mountains of unkown reasons.  We are first informed of his death via a voice over by Fairuza Balk , followed by a scene of him walking in the snow and collapsing.  
  • From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) [Jacob Fuller]: Shot in the head by his son (Ernest Liu) after he turns into a vampire, using a bullet that he had previously blessed. (His face was also half-melted away by a balloon full of holy water.) (Thanks to Joe)
  • Head Above Water (1996) [George]: Falls off the high rise veranda and is killed when the top of it falls down and pierces his body straight through. (Thanks to George)
  • Cop Land (1997) [Ray Donlon]: Shot by Sylvester Stallone, then dies shortly afterwards. (Thanks to Germboygel)
  • Lulu on the Bridge (1998) [Izzy Maurer]: Shot in the chest by the deranged man in the jazz club he dies shortly afterwards in an ambulance.
  • The Grey Zone (2001) [SS-Oberscharfuhrer Eric Muhsfeldt]: The text at the end of the film informs us that he was tried and executed for his crimes.
  • Crime Spree (2003) [Frankie Zammeti]: Run over by a car driven, after surviving a shoot-out in a bar.
  • The Bridge of San Luis Rey (2004) [Uncle Pio]: Falls to his death, along with the other travelers, when the bridge collapses. (Thanks to Arben)
  • Wrong Turn at Tahoe (2009) [Nino]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Miguel Ferrer in Harvey's home; he dies shortly afterwards while taking cover in the bathroom.
  • By the Gun (2014) [Salvatore Vitaglia]:
  • Youth (2015) [Mick Boyle]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by jumping off the terrace of his hotel room, while Michael Caine sits inside watching; we only see him step onto the ledge before the camera pans over to Michael. (Thanks to Barnaba)
  • The Ridiculous 6 (2015) [Smiley Harris]: Accidentally decapitated by Rob Schneider when Rob tries to knock him out. (Played for comic effect)
  • Lies We Tell (2017) [Demi]: Died (off-screen) of unspecified circumstances after talking to Gabriel Byrne; his body is shown during his funeral.
  • The Irishman (2019) [Angelo Bruno]: Killed (off-screen) by a shotgun blast in the back of the head as he sat in his car in 1980. His death is mentioned in text during his introduction.

Noteworthy Connections[]

  • Husband of Daphna Kastner