Herbert Marshall (1890 - 1966)
Film Deaths Edit
- Foreign Correspondent (1940) [Stephen Fisher]: Drowned after he lets go of the wing of the crashed airplane and goes into the water, sacrificing himself so that the other survivors can safely use the wing as a life raft.
- The Little Foxes (1941) [Horace Giddens]: Suffers a heart attack while Bette Davis deliberately withholds his medicine; he dies shortly afterwards.
TV Deaths Edit
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A Bottle of Wine (1957) [Judge Connors]: Shot to death by Robert Horton, after Herbert falsely claims that he'd poisoned Robert (as a trick to make Robert panic and prove himself a coward).
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