Jack Warner (1895 - 1981)
Not to be confused with head of Warner Bros. Studios, Jack L. Warner
- Hue And Cry (1947) [Nightingale]: A criminal whose activities have been rumbled by teenager Harry Fowler and his pals, he chases Fowler up onto the ruined floors of a bombed out building where Fowler manages to push him and he falls through a hole onto the floor below. Fowler then jumps with both feet onto his chest. The police arrive and as they gather round Warner's head lolls to one side indicating he is dead. (Thanks to Brian)
- Against The Wind (1948) [Cronk]: One of a group of SOE agents, he is shaving in a room where Simone Signoret is taking a message from HQ, which informs her he is a traitor. She picks up her gun and deliberately calls him so he turns and faces her and she then shoots him. (Thanks to Brian)
- My Brother's Keeper (1948) [George Martin]: An escaped killer, when he and fellow escapee George Cole are finally cornered on a country road, he decides he's not going back to prison and deliberately ignoring the warning signs runs into an adjoining, not yet cleared, minefield and gets blown up. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Blue Lamp (1950) [PC George Dixon]: Dirk Bogarde has eluded the police by hiding in a cinema, after some time he decides to leave but as he comes out of the front door, street bobby Warner happens to come along and the panicking Bogarde draws his gun and shoots him. Warner's character was resurrected and featured in the TV series Dixon Of Dock Green (1955 - 1976) (Thanks to Brian)
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