Isabelle Jewell (left) with Lawrence Tierney (right) in Born to Kill.


Isabel Jewell (left) with Rita Corday (right) in The Falcon and the Co-Eds

Isabel Jewell (1907 - 1972)

Film DeathsEdit

  • A Tale of Two Cities (1935) [Seamstress]: Executed (off-screen) by the guillotine, shortly after the final scene; the movie ends with Isabel and Ronald Colman walking to the Guillotine.
  • Valiant Is the Word for Carrie (1936) [Lillie Eipper]: Shot to death by guards when Isabel and Gladys George try to break Isabel’s boyfriend out of prison.
  • The Falcon and the Co-Eds (1943) [Mary Phoebus]: Falls off of a cliff and into the sea when Tom Conway calls out and startles her, while Isabel is trying to talk Rita Corday into committing suicide.
  • Born to Kill (1947) [Laurie Palmer]: Beaten to death by Lawrence Tierney after discovering Tony Barrett 's body in her kitchen.
  • Belle Starr’s Daughter (1948) [Belle Starr]: Shot to death, along with Kenneth MacDonald, by Rod Cameron.
  • Drum Beat (1954) [Lily White]: Shot in the chest with an arrow by a Madoc warrior while she’s sitting on the stagecoach. (Thanks to Archer)

TV DeathsEdit

  • Mr. & Mrs. North: The Nobles (1952) [Anne Noble]:

Notable ConnectionsEdit

  • Ex-Mrs. Owen Crump (producer/screenwriter)
  • Ex-Mrs. Paul Marion
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