Ian Bannen in The Offence

Ian Bannen (1928 - 1999)

Film DeathsEdit

  • Too Late The Hero (1970) [Thornton]: Having been injured and therefore slowing down the patrol's retreat, he has his throat cut by fellow soldier (Ronald Fraser). (Thanks to Brian)
  • I'm Alone and I'm Scared (Night Legs)(Fright) (1971) [Brian]: Shot in the head by Susan George after he rapes her. (Thanks to Michael)
  • The Offence (Something Like the Truth) (1973) [Kenneth Baxter]: Beaten to death by Sean Connery in the interrogation room.
  • Gorky Park (1983) [Iamskoy]: Shot in the stomach when his own gun goes off during a struggle with William Hurt in a health club; he staggers back and falls over the balcony into the pool.
  • To Walk with Lions (1999) [Terrence Adamson]: Dies of unspecified circumstances; we don’t discover he’s dead until his brother (Richard Harris) goes to check on him.

Television DeathsEdit

  • The Ray Bradbury Theater: On the Orient North (1988) [The Passenger]: Appears as a ghost aboard a train throughout the episode.
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