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*'''''Last Of The Comanches'' '''(''The Sabre And The Arrow'')''' (1953) '''[''Denver Kinnaird'']: Shot to death by [[Lloyd Bridges]], as Hugh leaves camp to go to the Apaches.'' (Thanks to Brian)''
 
*'''''Last Of The Comanches'' '''(''The Sabre And The Arrow'')''' (1953) '''[''Denver Kinnaird'']: Shot to death by [[Lloyd Bridges]], as Hugh leaves camp to go to the Apaches.'' (Thanks to Brian)''
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*'''''Thunder Over The Plains (1953)''''' [''Balfour'']: The gang leader, he is shot dead with 3 of his gang in a stalking shootout in the town street by [[Randolph Scott]]. ''(Thanks to Brian)
   
==TV Deaths==
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''==TV Deaths==
   
 
*'''''Perry Mason: The Case of the Fan Dancer's Horse'' (1957) '''[''John Callender'']: Stabbed in the chest (off-screen) by [[John Brinkley]]. His body is shown afterwards when [[Raymond Burr]] and [[William Hopper]] discover him.
 
*'''''Perry Mason: The Case of the Fan Dancer's Horse'' (1957) '''[''John Callender'']: Stabbed in the chest (off-screen) by [[John Brinkley]]. His body is shown afterwards when [[Raymond Burr]] and [[William Hopper]] discover him.

Revision as of 21:19, February 27, 2015

Hughsanders

Hugh Sanders in 'The Twilight Zone: Judgment Night'

Hugh Sanders (1911 - 1966)

Film Deaths

  • Last Of The Comanches (The Sabre And The Arrow) (1953) [Denver Kinnaird]: Shot to death by Lloyd Bridges, as Hugh leaves camp to go to the Apaches. (Thanks to Brian)
  • Thunder Over The Plains (1953) [Balfour]: The gang leader, he is shot dead with 3 of his gang in a stalking shootout in the town street by Randolph Scott. (Thanks to Brian)

==TV Deaths==

  • Perry Mason: The Case of the Fan Dancer's Horse (1957) [John Callender]: Stabbed in the chest (off-screen) by John Brinkley. His body is shown afterwards when Raymond Burr and William Hopper discover him.
  • The Twilight Zone: Judgement Night (1959) [Potter]: Crushed to death by falling debris while the ship is being attacked by a Nazi submarine.
  • Perry Mason: The Case of the Bashful Burro (1960) [Ken Bascombe]: Shot in the back (off-screen) by Ben Wright. His body is shown afterwards when Ray Stricklyn discovers him.
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