Herbert Lom in The Man with Bogart's Face

Herbert Lom (1917 - 2012)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Hotel Reserve (1944) [Andre Roux]: Falls to his death from a rooftop while backing away from James Mason. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Star Of India (1954) [Narbonne]: Killed in a swordfight on board the pirate ship by Cornel Wilde. (Thanks to Brian)
  • The Ladykillers (1955) [Louis a.k.a. Mr. Harvey]: Falls into a moving train after Alec Guinness pushes the ladder away from the overpass.
  • Hell Drivers (1957) [Gino Rossi]: Fatally injured/burned (off-screen) in a crash when Patrick McGoohan forces Herbert's truck off the road; he dies in the hospital afterwards (Thanks to Garrett and Brian)
  • Northwest Frontier (Flame over India) (1959) [Van Layden]: Shot in the stomach by Lauren Bacall just as Herbert is about to kill Kenneth More on top of a train. Herbert then falls from the train. (Thanks to Garrett and Brian)
  • El Cid (1961) [Ben Yussuf]: Trampled to death when his own troops panic and overrun him. (Thanks to Garrett and Brian)
  • Mysterious Island (Jules Verne's Mysterious Island) (1961) [Captain Nemo]: Crushed and or drowned when a volcanic eruption causes a large rock to hit his submarine. (Thanks to Garrett)
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin (Onkel Tom's Hut; Cry Sweet Revenge) (1965) [Simon Legree]: Killed by a group of slaves, when they revolt after Herbert Kills John Kitzmiller. (Thanks to Robert)
  • Journey to the Far Side of the Sun (Doppelganger) (1969) [Dr. Hassler]: Shot to death after being discovered as a spy. (Thanks to Garrett)
  • Asylum (1972) [Dr. Byron]: Killed when Robert Powell destroys the tiny 'voodoo' robot Herbert is controlling with his powers. We see tiny organs in it when it breaks.
  • The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976) [Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus]: Accidentally disintegrated by his own laser weapon. (Played for comic effect) (The character was brought back without explanation in the following sequel Revenge of the Pink Panther) (Thanks to Anton and Derek)
  • The Man with Bogart's Face (Sam Marlow, Private eye) (1980) [Dr. Zebra]: Shot in the head by Robert Sacchi when Herbert goes for his gun on board the yacht.


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