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Jack Cassidy in 'Night Gallery: The Last Laurel'

Jack Cassidy (1927 - 1976)

Film Deaths[]

  • The Eiger Sanction (1975) [Miles Mellough]: Dies (off-screen) of either dehydration or sunstroke, after Clint Eastwood abandons him in the desert. His death is later mentioned in dialogue between Clint and George Kennedy. (Thanks to George)
  • W.C. Fields and Me (1976) [John Barrymore]: Dies of pneumonia and cirrhosis of the liver.

TV Deaths[]

  • Coronet Blue: A Charade for Murder (1967) [Spangler]: Shot (off-screen) by Bernice Massi in his hotel room; Brian Bedford walks in on his body, along with the police investigating the murder.
  • Night Gallery: The Last Laurel (1971) [Marius Davis]: Bludgeoned to death with a candlestick by his own telekinetic astral form, after he sets out to kill Martin E. Brooks and mistakenly winds up in his own bedroom.
  • The Phantom of Hollywood (1974; TV Movie) [Otto Vonner/Karl Vonner]: Playing a dual-role as twin brothers, 'Otto' is crushed to death when 'Karl' cuts down a speaker canopy on him. Karl falls to his death when he accidently leaned on a rail of a bridge of Hollywood sets which broke and fell.

Notable Connections[]

  • Ex-Mr. Evelyn Ward