Helmut Berger (1944 - )
a.k.a. Helmut Steinberger
Film Deaths Edit
- Dorian Gray (The Evils of Dorian Gray; The Secret of Dorian Gray) (1970) [Dorian Gray]: Rapidly ages to death after he attempts to destroy the painting that had aged in his place. (Thanks to PortsGuy)
- The Bloodstained Butterfly (Una Farfalla con le ali insanguinate) (1971) [Giorgio]: Possibly dies after being stabbed by Giancarlo Sbragia who he kills. The film ends before Helmut's fate is confirmed as he lays down holding his stomach in an abandoned warehouse.
- Ludwig (1973) [King Ludwig II]: Persumably drowned. (I haven’t seen any of this, but we know the history).
- Order to Kill (El Clan de los inmorales; Mission to Kill; Order to Assassinate) (1975) [Clyde Hart]: Shot in the chest in a shoot-out with Howard Ross on the beach.
- Salon Kitty (Madam Kitty) (1976) [Helmut Wallenberg]: Shot repeatedly by Nazi soldiers in a sauna. (Nudity alert: Full Frontal & Rear) (Thanks to Johan)
- The Biggest Battle (Il Grande attaco; The Greatest Battle) (1977) [Lt. Kurt Zimmer]: Killed in combat. (Thanks to Johan)
- The Godfather Part III (1990) [Frederic Keinszeg]: Smothered with a pillow by one of Al Pacino's thugs, his body is then hanged from a bridge. (Thanks to Robert)
Television Deaths Edit
- Victory at Entebbe (1976; TV) [Wilfried Bose]: Gunned, along with his fellow terrorists by the Israeli commandos.
- Return of the Saint: The Murder Cartel (1979) [Vidal]: Shot in the back while trying to escape after attempting to assassinate Marne Maitland; he dies after getting into his car and starting to drive off. (Thanks to Johan)
- Dynasty: Fallon (1984) [Peter De Vilbis]: Killed (off-screen) in a plane crash; Helmut last appeared several months previously in the episode The Vigil, but his death was revealed in this episode. (Thanks to Johan)
- L'affaire Dreyfus (1995 TV Movie) [Schwartzkoppen]: Killed (off-screen) on the Russian front, we are informed by the text at the end of the TV.
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